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Celebrating the 45th Anniversary of US-China Diplomatic Relations and Asian American Heritage Month Special Forum

On May 5th, the Chinese American Federation (CAF) and the Chinese American Foundation (CAF) jointly hosted a grand celebration at the San Gabriel Country Club to commemorate the 45th anniversary of US-China diplomatic relations and the Asian American Heritage Month Special Forum. Distinguished guests included Consul General Shaochun Guo and his wife Wei Wang, Consul Chunlin Li, Deputy Consul General of China in Los Angeles, Congresswoman Judy Chu, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma, Professor Min Zhou, a member of the US National Academy of Sciences, and Judge Edwin Chau from Los Angeles County and his wife , among others. Qi Wang, Director of Overseas Chinese Affairs at the Chinese Consulate General in Los Angeles, Consul Junxie Lu, and more than 200 representatives from Southern California's political, business, overseas Chinese, academic circles, and other sectors attended the event. They discussed various topics related to US-China relations and the immigration of Chinese Americans.

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The Chinese American Foundation is collaborating with California State University, Northridge to promote Chinese language

To promote modern Chinese language education and enrich cultural diversity, California State University, Northridge (CSUN) has partnered with the Chinese American Foundation to launch an educational project. This project aims to assist the CSUN College of Humanities in continuing to offer Chinese language courses, providing an opportunity for interested students on campus to learn Chinese and understand Chinese culture. On October 24th, the Chinese American Foundation and the CSUN College of Humanities jointly held a “Collaboration Celebration Ceremony” on campus.

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Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2022 with the Inaugural Issue of "Our Story" Series

After two and a half years, we are still combatting the lingering presence of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it seems sudden that the annual Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Heritage Month is upon us once again. This year's AAPI Heritage Month may be a bit different from the ones past, in that it could be especially significant to the Asian American community. In recent years, incidents of discrimination against Asian Americans, especially Chinese Americans, have risen sharply. 

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