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  • Hu, King (Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche, 2013-04)
    Translated from Chinese to English for the book "King Hu in His Own Words." Excerpted from King Hu's lecture originally delivered at Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong on March 6, 1970. King Hu explained ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The UCS serves Hawaii’s Chinese community as a whole, to meet needs unfulfilled by Chinese organizations with specific objectives or interests such as maintaining kinship, village, or professional ties. It is an ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The UH Center for Chinese Studies is an administrative structure established by the Board of Regents to serve faculty and students in disciplines and programs related to China, with the explicit objective of further ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: The USCPFA is an educational organization dedicated to developing and maintaining ties of friendship and mutual understanding between the people of China and the United States. The organization aims to attract and ...
  • Wang, George Chun Han (Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche, 2011-04)
    Review of "Who Is the Real Tycoon?" and short bio of director Kevin Chu (Chu Yen-ping/Zhu Yanping). A hilarious and straightforward slapstick comedy packed with numerous physical routines and outrageous cat-and-mouse ...
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To provide support for the preservation and growth of Chinese music (Cantonese opera) in Hawaii
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To foster closer relationships among those with the surname Wong (Huang), and to inculcate them with their Chinese heritage
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: To provide humanitarian aid to members in need.
  • Ning, Cynthia (University of Hawaii, 2008)
    Mission: Originally, since all of the ancestors of the Society were immigrants to Hawaii, the purposes for forming the organization were as follows: to help members adjust to their new environment; provide assistance as ...
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