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  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To preserve and propagate the Sil Lum style of Chinese Martial Arts in particular and Chinese physical culture in general.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To assist senior citizens, particularly those within the Chinese community.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To foster support and provide mutual benefit for people with the surnames Goo, Koo or Kou (Gu).
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: Assisting those in need, promoting Confucian values and philosophy, and reawakening interest in the language and cultural heritage of the members.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To celebrate Chinese choral music and China’s musical heritage
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To honor, preserve and perpetuate the legacies of Hawaii's Chinese and the Chinese pioneers who blended their bloodlines with the native Hawaiians, resulting in a uniquely rich heritage and culture.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote exchange by staging cultural events for the community.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote Chinese culture and provide service to the Chinese community.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote awareness of and appreciation for Chinese dance, music and culture in Hawaii.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To promote the compilation and publication of literary works in Chinese by writers living in Hawaii, to promote Chinese culture regardless of political, religious, or ethnic background, and to promote exchange ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To perpetuate the Chinese cultural heritage through various forms of fine and performing arts, and through educational programs.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The aims of the Society are to 1) establish and maintain harmony and understanding among its members; 2) render assistance, aid and comfort to members as others in the community whenever feasible or whenever it ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To serve as a permanent link to promote business, trade, transfer of professional knowledge and technologies between Hong Kong, China, its neighboring regions, and Hawaii. Specific objectives are: Focus on getting ...
  • 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.”
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