Post Tagged with: "Chinese-American Planning Council"

Herbert and Virginia Kee at a function of the political club they helped co-found, the United Democratic Organization, in 2015. (Photo via The Villager)

Chinatown Leader Herbert Kee Dies

East Asian, Manhattan, Social Services April 12, 2018 at 3:33 pm

The Villager describes the numerous contributions of Dr. Herbert Kee who, along with his wife Virginia, founded the Chinese-American Planning Council, the largest Asian-American social services organization.

(Photo by Mu Lan via World Journal)

Special Education in the Chinese Community

East Asian, Education, Health, Youth July 12, 2017 at 6:27 pm

At a developmental needs conference for Chinese parents in Flushing, a social worker said it is common for parents to turn down special education programs for their children because of the cultural concept of “face,” reports World Journal.

Council member Carlos Menchaca (center) announced a partnership between his office and the Chinese-American Planning Council (Photo courtesy of Carlos Menchaca’s office

Menchaca Offers More Services for Chinese in Sunset Park

Brooklyn, East Asian, Government, Social Services April 12, 2017 at 12:32 pm

Council member Carlos Menchaca’s office will be working with the Chinese-American Planning Council to offer expanded assistance to the growing number of Chinese residents in Sunset Park, reports Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate the Chinese-American Planning Council Community Center in Flushing. (Photo by Ryan Brady via Queens Chronicle)

A New Home for the Chinese-American Planning Council

East Asian, Immigration, Social Services March 31, 2017 at 5:23 pm

The Chinese-American Planning Council opened its 10-story community center in Flushing, which will offer senior, work, child and immigration services, report Queens Chronicle and Queens Examiner.

Don Kao sharing his experiences. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

‘The Lees’ Tries To Crack Bias against AIDS

East Asian, Health, Manhattan, Social Services May 27, 2016 at 1:00 pm

The Chinese-American Planning Society screened “The Lees,” a short film aimed at breaking the taboo of AIDS and HIV in the Chinese community, reports Sing Tao Daily.

David Chen with Board Chair Jenny Low in a recent picture. (Photos courtesy of CPC via Sing Tao Daily)

Head of Largest Chinese Services Organization Fired

David Chen, who held the post of executive director of the Chinese-American Planning Council for more than two decades, has been fired by the board. In a lengthy interview with Sing Tao Daily, he explained how his concerns for the welfare of the community have diverged from those of the board.

Voting on How to Spend Money

Voting on How to Spend Money

Asian, Brooklyn, In the News, Politics April 7, 2014 at 5:19 pm

Participatory budgeting is getting a boost as more City Council members encourage residents of their district to vote on how to spend discretionary municipal funds, Open City reports.

In order to cope with the loneliness, Chinese seniors are strongly encouraged to visit senior centers. (Photo from World Journal)

Chinese Senior Suicides Prompt Outreach by Community Groups

East Asian, Health March 26, 2012 at 3:42 pm

A recent spate of suicides among Chinese seniors has some community organizations concerned about the mental well-being of the elderly, World Journal reports.

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