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  • 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.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote the Luk Tung Kuen exercises as a means of attaining better health, to train anyone in Hawaii in these exercises, and to help organizations the senior centers and health care homes.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To provide mutual benefit and assure the welfare of its members
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To help one another in times of need, foster better understanding and relationships within the community, and preserve the common cultural heritage; furthermore, to reach out to the wider community through charitable ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To give villagers from Kong Tow living in Hawaii and their descendants a tie to their ancestral homeland; to foster fellowship among members; and to render respect to deceased members.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To perpetuate Chinese culture and its martial arts for the youth of the community
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote and perpetuate the Chinese heritage; to celebrate Chinese festivals together as an extended family; and to enjoy and promote liondancing
  • Snyder, Howie (2009-02-11)
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To propagate the truth and teachings of Jesus Christ as recorded in the Holy Bible
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote religion, education, charity and benevolence within its membership, develop a spirit of cooperation and unity for community welfare, and cooperate with other charitable societies.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote and maintain harmony among members of Oo Syak Village now living in Hawaii, and their descendents. To render assistance and comfort to members and others in times of need, and to engage in activities ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To advance and advocate for Chinese- and Asian Pacific-American women by enhancing their educational, economic, social, and political environments and by recognizing their achievements, potential, and contributions ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To assist and care for the aged and deserving, and to maintain a home for them, to aid in the alleviation of human suffering and distress and to carry on works of charity, mercy, and benevolence. Healthcare goals: ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To establish a network among alumni and friends of Peking University (Beida) in Hawaii.
  • Center for Chinese Studies (2008-09-19)
    PDF file of flyer announcing the Confucius Institute at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Lectures on Chinese Philosophy and Culture, given by UHM Emeritus Professor Lo Chin-t'ang
  • Lo, Chin-t'ang (2008-09-19)
    Public lecture in Mandarin Chinese with interpretation into English (by Stephen L. Tschudi) on Laozi and Daoism by UH Manoa Emeritus Professor Lo Chin-t'ang on Sep 19, 2008.
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