Showing posts from October, 2022

Townhall Meeting with SEPTA 10/29/2022 9 am - 12 pm, Northeast


Free Tai Chi Class 11/2/2022 to 1/11/2023; Every Wednesday 6 - 7PM

     From: November 2, 2022 – January 11, 2023  Date:   Wednesdays 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Location: Northeast Regional Library;  2228 Cottman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149 Instructor: Master Matt Zhang of Great Dragon Tai Chi - Kung Fu Academy  For Ages 16 and up. The event is sponsored by the Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association of Culture Trust (NEPCA), which aims to promote inner peace and joy through Tai Chi practice. By sharing this Chinese martial art cultural treasure, we wish it brings understanding and harmony among people. WWW.NEPCA.US This program is supported by the Northeast Regional Library (NER) 11、29、2022  太极拳班级专辑  NEPCA Tai chi class albums  以下是与学生分享的培训演示网址: Here are the URL's for training demo that have share with students:  太极热身运动  Tai Chi Warm Up Exercise 11-16-2022 太极自卫应用 Tai Chi self defense application 11-16-2022   Matt Zhang 的太极拳示范 Taichi demonstration by Matt Zhang 11

7/21/2022 Community discussion forum: Building a Safe Community Together

Building a Safe Community Together Discussion By Pearl Huynh On 7/21/2022, at the PATH Center, part of the Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association's 3-year anniversary program is a discussion forum on the topic of " Building a Safe Community together".  Community members came together sharing concerns and discussing how to increase safety and live together in harmony. Participants shared experience and learned together.   There were about fifty people from Chinese, Black, White, Latino, and Indian backgrounds participated in the discussion. In addition, representatives Eva Yuan and Anlin Wang from the Philadelphia City Council member Helen Gym and Kendra Brooks respectively, were also there to lead the discussion.  NEPCA's president Mingchu Pearl Huynh moderated the discussion. About thirty members of the Coco Dance Sister team attended this discussion.  A real case was brought up to address how the Chinese community in Mayfair can better protect themselves from ad