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            Dear community partners, friends, Happy Lunar New Year and hope everyone is doing well!  We would like to share with you the following event that has good information for Asian and new immigrant community organizers. Chinese Community Online Town Meeting Special guest speaker: Dr. Louis Brown, President of Rising Sun Business Association ( Conduct mainly in Chinese Mandarin with English interpretation) Date: Saturday February 20, 2021, 10:30am - 11:15am ZOOM.US , Meeting ID: 7398157993 Join online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/ 7398157993 (No registration is required) Dr. Brown, will be sharing his three decades of experience and efforts in bringing services and improvements to the Rising Sun Avenue Commercial Corridor in Northeast Philadelphia, in how he gains public resources and support from elected officials, and unites the community stakeholders to improve the streetscape, public safety, sanitation, parking issues, etc.  Hosted by the Philadelphia Chinese Chamber of

Lunar New year greeting from NEP Chinese Association (NEPCA)

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Hello everyone, The new year opens up new hopes, We wish you and your family with Good fortune, peace, and health! Let us wish that the bull strength will turn the world around and the covid-19 virus be exterminated; Let the bullish spirit revitalizes the economy and brings prosperity... Happy Lunar New Year!   Mingchu Pearl Huynh Project director, Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) of CultureTrust President, Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association  (NEPCA) Phone: 215-839-6108 / 267-423-3323 Email: Pearl.huynh@gmail.com http://www.nepca.us/

NEPCA Activities Summary report from 2019 through September 2020

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NEPCA Community news, 8/26/2020 Free hepatitis B test For the health of you and your family, the Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Foundation of Culture Trust Greater Philadelphia (NEPCA) has partnered with the Hepatitis B Foundation to provide free hepatitis B examinations to Philadelphia residents. Hepatitis B is quite common among Asians. Most people with hepatitis B don't know they are infected. Hepatitis B can also be transmitted from mother to child. Some people infected with hepatitis B virus may develop the risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer. Therefore, it is very important for you to get a hepatitis B test early. Registration method: (1) Open this link and fill in your information directly:  https://forms.gle/2LJijHr7WaDEStZP9 Or (2) Call in registration 267-603-1161 Or (3) Connect to NEPCA WeChat account ‘2158396108’ and provide the following information: English name telephone number address WeChat (if available) Email/Email (if available) Volunteer will contact you to fol

FREE ONLINE SAT PREP PROGRAM

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Online location to download application PDF file (good for print out) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OUV2R6LvfR-xfUy44MtUjParOVAZsQuc/view?usp=sharing Word file (good to fill out a soft copy) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IGfRXTyX9Ra0YZsBNrTk8sotH95LOd4q/view?usp=sharing Please email application to NEPCA.EDU1@GMAIL.COM

Seminar: Introduction to guns ownership, usage safety and responsibilities 6/20/2020

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Zoom Online Seminar in Chinese Mandarin:  Program Name: NEPCA Community Online Guest Room  Program content: 1) Community affair  Warning of Money scams,  Philadelphia pipes insurance, Promote Neighborhood watch, town watch. provide info to sign up 2) Main topic Introduction to guns ownership, usage safety and responsibilities keynote speaker:   David Li & Xiaoyan Zhang NRA Certified Instructors Hosted by Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association

Current Works of Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) of Culture Trust (Update 6/9/2020)

Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) is a grassroots community-based non-profit organization under fiscal sponsorship of Culture Trust of Greater Philadelphia, a 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to support Asian American community living in the Northeast Philadelphia neighborhoods achieving cultural, education, and economic advancements and to become contributors of the region.   NEPCA Current activities include (update 6/9/2020) -   Assist people find free food sources during COVID-19 pandemic. Organize food distribution sites. help seniors apply for food delivery.  Assist people in hardship via case work operation, bring food and connect them with services. -  Solicit mast and sanitizer donation for Public Health Center 10, 2230 Cottman Ave. 19149; -  Host neighborhood safety and gun ownership education seminars Ongoing activities and recent accomplishments: 1.        Build communication network in Wechat social media to provide information to
June 9, 2020 NEPCA Community News Last Wednesday, the Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) has helped started two new food giveaway points in Mayfair and Oxford Circle community. Thank to Steven Preston Director of Emergency Response of the share food program and Anna Perng from Commissioner on the Mayor's Commission have answered NEPCA’s please for more food giveaway sites for the Lower Northeast immigrant community. NEPCA is based in Northeast Philadelphia; we focus in helping the non-English speaking Chinese immigrants adjust to and work alongside with other Americans to build a strong community. During this pandemic, the term "Chinese-virus" has caused discrimination and hate crime to many innocent Asian all over the world. Pearl Huynh, NEPCA’s president, advocates the local Chinese community to turned fear into efforts in bringing healing. What better way than to show it by supporting the “Food of love” national campaign! Therefore, NEPC

NEPCA Support Public Health Center 10 Initiative

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NEPCA's Support Health Center 10 Initiative

NEPCA has set up a support health center Initiative  for the following causes Community News  6/5/2020 Health Center 10 needs masks and sanitizer Public Health Center 10 (HC10) is a low-cost  clinic part of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. It  is currently run out of sanitizer and the staffs have to use a mask for a week. Therefore, it is accepting donation of sanitizer and mask, including Non-medical mask or hand make mask.  Health Center 10 is located at  2230 Cottman Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19149. The Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) is seeking large donation of mask and sanitizer for HC10. You can contact Pearl Huynh, Phone: 215-839-6108 / 267-423-3323, Email: Pearl.huynh@gmail.com . Mailing address: 6331 Shelbourne St., Philadelphia, PA 19111 If you want to contact the health center directly, here is the director's information: Joan Blank,  215-685-0602/0639, email: joan.bland@phila.gov ; HC10 i