Showing posts from September, 2022

Free Flu Shot 915 Vine Street, Every Wednesday evening 5 pm a 7 pm

 Free Flu Shot Clinic 免费流感疫苗接种诊所 Free Flu Shot Klinik Clínica Gratis de Vacuna Contra la Gripe Chinatown Clinic at Holy Redeemer Church will provide free flu vaccination for uninsured patients, aged above 19. Date: Every Wednesday between September 21st to November 30th, except the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, November 23rd Time: 5pm to 7 pm Location: Holy Redeemer Church at 915 Vine Street 中国城教会诊所将在费城华人天主教堂暨培德学校向19岁以上没有医疗保险的人群提供免费的流感疫苗接种。 日期:9 月 21 日至 11 月 30 日之间的每个星期三,11 月 23 日除外 时间: 下午5点至7点 地点:费城华人天主教堂暨培德学校, 915 Vine Street Chinatown cilinic akan mengadakan vaksinasi flu gratis untuk pasien yang tidak mempunyai asuransi kesehatan dan berumur 19+ tahun. Tanggal: Setiap hari Rabu, antara 21 September 2022 sampai 30 Nopember 2022, kecuali hari Rabu sebelum hari Thanksgiving (23 Nopember 2022) Waktu: 5 sampai 7 sore Tempat: Holy Redeemer Church di 915 Vine Street. La Clínica de Chinatown localizada en la Iglesia de Holy Redeemer proveerá vacunas contra la gripe gratis para pacientes d

2022 SEPTA Key 2 Chinese Survey

2022 SEPTA Key 2  Chinese Survey 2022 SEPTA Key 2.0 调查 点击这里参与调查 : OR OR scan QR quote to open the survey.   

Saturday 9/24/2022 9AM- 12PM; 9th District Shredding and Recycling event 第9市议区切碎和回收活动通知

 第9市议区切碎和回收活动通知 9月24日(星期六)上午9:00至中午12:00 东北费城地点: MaSTCommunity Charter School 6201 Rising Sun Avenue, 19111 (在Devereaux Ave. 和Mckinley St. 之间) 帮您切碎处理您的隐私文件和回收小型电子用品,例如电脑,电池,电话机,手机,摄像机,放映机,打印机电视等。 请开车过来放下物品,限每人一袋。 但是不接受大型家庭电器如冰箱,炉头,洗衣机等。 东北费城公益协会公益转播 NEP Chinese Association community post 9/21/2022

Free Citizenship class with Chinese Interpreter

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Ping Pong game helps bring joy to Summer Camp Asian students

NEPCA Sponsor Youth Summer Camp Ping Pong Class Asian youths face Asian hate social environments and family generation gaps that cause many Asian teenagers to develop mental health issues, which cannot be overlooked. The affected children do not usually open up to seek help and their families do not have enough awareness of the issues. The American Scholar Agency has published the study  "Investigation of the Depression Status of Asian American Adolescents" escalating the concern of mental health issues of Asian adolescents in Northeast Philadelphia (the link is provided below.) American Scholar's president, Mrs. Jessica Li, has discovered the ping pong sport has effectively provided mental relief to 20 of her summer camp students. The student's behavior changed from withdrawing to becoming engaged and interacting with each other. Their physical and mental well-being showed improvement.  Jessica Li's testimony: "Ping pong is all the rage among (American Sch