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  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world; to promote the principles of good government and good citizenship; to take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social, and moral ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To develop leaders and provide members more knowledge, skill and the compassion to better serve the community and all humanity.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promulgate Chinese culture by teaching children the Chinese language as well as the concepts of filial piety, respect for teachers, and social ethics and morality.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The Institute dedicates itself to educational, clinical, and professional excellence, fostering the development of competent and skillful Oriental Medical practitioners, and promoting acupuncture and Oriental ...
  • John DeFrancis; Eric Gustafson (2008-10-23)
    John speaks about his life and career.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To foster understanding of the Chinese heritage by bringing together Chinese and other ethnic groups in the community, and offering programs focused on developing knowledge of Chinese culture and customs.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: Quote from the American Legion manual— “They fought for us; for us they fell. Now with one accord, in deepest reverence, we do them honor.”
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The Association was originally formed to assist all Chinese who emigrated from Sun Wui (Xinhui). Today, members perpetuate their Chinese identity through fellowship and cultural activities in the community.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To perpetuate Chinese culture and traditions; to educate the younger generation as to their heritage; to render benevolent and charitable services to the needy and distressed; to provide monetary aid to members ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To cultivate among members an interest in China’s national affairs, and to support interaction among members and government and social groups in China and Taiwan.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The Society’s original mission was to promote Chinese music and theatrical arts. However, after WWII, the focus shifted to management, preservation and operation of the Wah Kong Temple.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: Objectives include learning respect for one's parents and gaining an understanding of Chinese history as well as language (reading and writing) in order to communicate with family.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote and preserve the cultural identity of and friendship among those whose forbears immigrated to Hawai‘i from the province of Kwangtung (Guangdong) in China.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To maintain, preserve and care for the temple complex, including the grounds and cemetery.
  • Lo, Chin-t'ang (2008-09-19)
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: (1) To complete the Lau Family Geneology, (2) to raise funds for the use of the Association for charitable purposes, (3) to give aid and assistance to needy and infirm members of the Association, and to aid the ...
  • Oster, Shai (2009-02-11)
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The objectives of the Society are to promote unity, friendship, and a spirit of mutual helpfulness among its members; to raise money for the relief of the sick, destitute, aged and needy; for the prevention, cure ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To strive for a good quality of life for members, and to extend contributions to other charitable organizations.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To facilitate the honoring of ancestors by providing traditional Chinese burial and memorial services, and to promote time-tested mortuary culture among descendant generations.
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