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SUMMER
2014
VOL. 33, NO.2
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Dear Friends and Members:
I hope you are not discouraged at recent news that has tarnished Chinatown and our community.
The Chinese Culture Foundation remains optimistic there is another vision of Chinatown as a
place that imagines art, challenges stereotypes and nurtures philanthropy. We are a transforma-
tional community at the intersection of art, education, philanthropy and community service.
Visit Chinatown now and see three new outdoor murals on Wentworth Alley and Walter U Lum
Place. These murals are just the beginning of our efforts to foster dialogue and to transform
Chinatown into a public art space that celebrates diversity and innovation. Participate in our new
Art Walk and be inspired by Chinatown’s evolving identity through the lens of art!
We are encouraged by the enthusiasm of the youth being mentored by artist-in-residence Xu
Tan, an international artist highly regarded for his interactive style of art making. He is leading
local teens to create art that is trans-disciplinary and cross generational. Please visit our “pop-up”
studio on Ross Alley to witness the making of “Keywords” and discover an old neighborhood with
a new vision.
This summer, get ready for Summer Lee’s trailblazing exhibit at the CCC and Yerba Buena Center
for the Arts galleries. Sign up for our inaugural Mandarin Summer Camp, and celebrate our big-
gest party of the year, the Chinatown Music Festival on August 16. Along with our colleagues in
community service, we are working for a vision that represents innovation, creativity and a breath
of fresh air. I sincerely invite you to be part of this journey.
Warmest,
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE
» Celebrating 49 years of community service and art innovation.
» Exquisite cuisine and fine wine prepared by one of SF’s top chefs.
» Dinner sponsored by Justice Investors, owner of the Hilton Hotel
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Saturday, September 13
Chinese Culture Center Auditorium
750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor
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Local Independent Charities
The Zellerbach Family
Foundation
California Arts Council
Justice Investors,
owners of the Hilton Hotel
First Republic Bank
Bank of America
Cathay Pacific
WI Harper Group
EastWest Bank Foundation
CTBC Bank (U.S.A.)
San Francisco Municipal
Transportation Agency
Verisk Analytics
HSBC Bank
DAE Advertising, Inc.
Adobe
AGI Avant LLC
Albion Inc.
Hall, Yee & Associates
Wu Hoover & Co
Language Alive
Ellision Enterprises Corp.
California Certified
Acupuncturists Association
Kwok Shing Hong LLC
Hop Wo Benevolent
Association
Terra Foundation for
American Art
National Endowment
for the Arts
Silicon Valley
Community Foundation
A Bright Printing Co.
Florida International
University-Miami Beach
Urban Studios
Quick Grant Program-
Center for Cultural
Innovation
Four Seas Restaurant
Portsmouth Square
Parking Corporation
Portsmouth Square Garage
The Seeto Family
Gee Family Foundation
U.S. Enterprise Corp.
New Li Po, Incorporated
Suey Wing Benevolent
Association
Nam Hai Crop.
Paypal Giving Fund
Sun Wah Trading Co., Inc.
San Francisco
Chinatown Lion’s Club
Hoffman Lewis
Lui & Associates, Inc.
Yee Family Foundation
Sing Tao Daily
Sing Tao Radio
The China Press
World Journal
The San Francisco Bay
Guardian
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SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGE-
MENTS TO OUR I N-KI ND
DONORS
Thomas Klitgaard
Cecilia Sze
David Lei
Justice Investors,
owners of the Hilton Hotel
Senator Dianne
Feinstein
Sing Tao Daily
Walter Wong
Asian Art Museum
California Certified
Acupuncturists Association
Ping-Ying Chan
Betty Chang & Kitty Kao
Chinese Consolidated
Benevolent Association
Zheng Chongbin
Jennifer Cruz
Deem Sum International Inc.
Maury Edelstein
Ellision Enterprise Corp.
Four Seas Restaurant
Hong Kong Economic &
Trade Office of
San Francisco
Kan Kwok Fan
Louise Hendricks
Merilee Hoffman
Hoy Sun Ning Yung
Benevolent Association
Lyle Jan
Orchid Café
Helen Y.H. Hui
Marks Lam
Peter & Mei Lam
Dennis A. Lee
Esther Li
Dr. Rolland Lowe
Lihua Ma
Jonas Miller
Sherman & Philomena Tang
Minna Tao
Susan C. Tom
Pat Tseng
Victor Tung
Allen & Tiffany Wong
Diana Shui-iu Wong
Red Blossom Tea Co.
Ronald & Lillian Wu
Shannon Yip
Supervisor Norman
& Kathy Yee
Helen Young
Stella Zhang
Ze Jie Zheng
DONATIONS RECEIVED IN
MEMORY OF EDWI N I NG-
FONG WONG
The Raymond &
Joanne Lin Foundation
Donald K. Hall
Dr. Rolland & Kathryn Lowe
Helen Louie
DONATIONS RECEIVED
I N MEMORY OF
DR. FRANK YANG
St. Luke’s Medical Staff
Chandra Alexandre

Dr. Edward Y.C. Chan
Claudine Cheng
Kesa Kivel
Laura Lai
Don & Freda Pan
Michele Pan
Nancy Lim Yee
Betty & Kitty
Art Merchandising Committee
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» Enlivening Chinatown with public art
» Informing thousands of students about
the contributions of Chinese Americans
» Change lives and open minds
Thanks for your generosity!
Your contribution makes a difference!
Credit card, please call Gharrity at
415.986.1822, x31
Or mail a check to:
Chinese Culture Foundation
750 Kearny, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
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Thank you for your generosity to the Chinese Culture Foundation.
Your contributions support art, education and community service.
Your donation has connected 60,000 people to intercultural discovery.
C-CUBED,
Major Donors and Friends
of the Chinese Culture
Foundation, is dedicated
to the legacy and artistic
vision of the Foundation.
Dr. Richard & Tatwina Lee
Peter & Mei Lam
Laura Lai
Dr. Rolland & Kathryn Lowe
Abby Chen & Steve Liang
Peter & Helen Chi
Ben & Lydia Choi
Eugene & Anita Choi
Zheng Chongbin
Julie Chu
Aster Y.K. Chuck
David Hall
Gin Y. Ho
Helen Y.H. Hui
Thomas J. Klitgaard
Simmone E.R. Kuo
Esther & Calvin Li
Godfrey Lim Yan &
Linda Lim
Dennis A. Lee
Emory & Eileen Lee
Dr. Robert E. Lee
Ryan & Terri Lee
Tzu-Chen & Benny Lee
Eric & Kay Leung
Samuel Sang Chun Luk
Tom & Bobbie McChristy
Jonas Miller
Maggie Mui
Roy Ng
Mabel Teng &
Lawrence Ngan
Carol P. Peckham
Collin & Betty Quock
Irene Yee & Dan Riley
Warren Seeto
Blossom Strong
Cecilia Sze
Sherman & Philomena Tang
Minna Tao
Pat Tseng
Supervisor Norman &
Kathy Yee
Patricia Yee
Shannon Yip
Ling-Chi Wang
Dr. Colin C. Wong
Garry Wong
Pausang Wong
Peggy & Edwin Wong
Walter Wong
Ronald & Lillian Wu
THE HI M MARK LAI
LEARNI NG CENTER
is dedicated to making
Chinese American History
relevant to new generations
and encouraging engagement
with today’s critical issues.
Laura Lai
Dr. Rolland & Kathryn Lowe
Dr. Richard & Tatwina Lee
Blossom Strong
Simmone E.R. Kuo
Dr. Robert E. Lee
Carol P. Peckham
Ling-Chi Wang
Godfrey Lim Yan & Linda
Lim
Candace Frawley
Rui Bing Zheng
Robert Hing Fong
CCC DONORS
Theo Albers
Frank Chan
Mildred Chan
Vera Chan-Waller
Simon B. Chang
Janet L. Chen
Maureen Chen
Walter James Chen
Claudine Cheng
Enoch Choi
Calvin Dare
Stuart Fong
William Zhang Guan
Roderick Hong
Julia Hing
King Man Hui
Xian Sheng Huang
Gloria Jew
James Kendrix
Charlotte Rose Kuo
Gigi La
Chris Lee
Emily Lee
Tzu-Chen Lee
Russell E. Leong
Darin Ow-Wing & Mary
Leung
Shui Wing Lo
Calvin Louie
Eva Louie
Lawrence Ng
Roxanne Cheung Chue Ng
Charles Nip
Greg Pelling
Oscar R. De Los Rios
Benny Wing Szeto
Kwok Hung Szeto
Thomas Ong Szeto
Kevin Tang
Julie Tang
Alex Tom
Pearl Tom
Yee Tom
Ho Lam Tsang
Shipu Wang
Anna Wong
Patty Ann Wong
Peter Wong
William Wong
Anna C. Yang
Michael A. Yeh
Randall T. Young
Sihong Zhao
Brandon Boedeker
Charles Chun Yee Chan
Fred C. Chan
Ly Cheng
Karen Chin
Wanda Ching
Sharon R. Fong
Paul T. Gee
Richard W. Jang
Kitty Kao
Burton Kendall
Randall Lowe
Yun-Chen Lu
Hampson Lum
Robert A. Mori
Mychi T. Nguyen
Barbara F. O’Brien
Gary G.O. OwYang
Don & Freda Pan
Michele Pan
Brian Pegram
Kelvin King Kwan Pong
Pearl Tan
Randall William Tom
Sue Tom
Alman Tin-Kay Woo
Tommy K. Woo
Donald Young
William Yu
Rui Bing Zheng
SPONSORS
The James Irvine
Foundation

Grants for the Arts
San Francisco Arts
Commission
The San Francisco
Foundation
Tom Do Hing Foundation
Weijie Cai
Wells Fargo Bank
Hong Kong Economic &
Trade Office of
San Francisco
Recology
Great Bay Area McDonald’s
Restaurant Owners
San Francisco Office of
Economic and Workforce
Development
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Wells Fargo has a long history of partnering with the Chinese
Culture Foundation through the participation of their executives
and generous sponsorship. The Chinese Culture Foundation
(CCF) recently had a conversation with Mario Diaz, Vice Presi-
dent of the Wells Fargo Foundation, and Maggie Mui, Senior Vice
President and Director of Diverse Segments for Wells Fargo.
Q: How important is it for Wells Fargo to support the
Chinese community?
Mario: The Chinese Community is one of the many
diverse pillars that sustain and support San Francisco.
The Chinese Culture Center is a vibrant part of the San
Francisco community and we have a rich history together.
Wells Fargo values the Chinese Community’s contribu-
tions over the long term--from the gold rush era to the
present day.
Q: Which is your favorite program?
Mario: Choosing a favorite program is difficult as all the
programs you offer the community are worthy. If I had to
choose, it would be educational programs for youth. The experience of discovery
is always enlightening. To see children focused on painting, drawing, and reading
can only be a positive experience for them.
Q: You have made your mark in mentoring young profes-
sionals and strengthening CCC’s visibility. What moti-
vates you to volunteer on the board?
Maggie: Thank you for your leadership in creating so
many meaningful programs to benefit Chinatown and
the greater Bay Area. The Center creates a sense
of wonder and changes people lives through art and
cultural education. I am honored to be on the board and
inspired by all of you.
Q: How does the art inspire?
Maggie: CCC has the reputation of creating innovative
projects that are high impact. One of our artists, Hou
YuMei, a non-English speaking woman from Manchuria, won the national compe-
tition to design the Central Subway Landmark Art. Justin Hoover, Jin Feng and
Gold Mountain Society created three public art murals transforming Chinatown’s
alleyways into a museum without walls.
PARTNERSHIP FOCUS: APPRECIATION OF WELLS FARGO
2014 BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
Gin Y. Ho, Co-chair
Minna Tao, Co-chair
Sherman Tang, President
Shannon Yip, Executive VP
Thomas J. Klitgaard, Esq., VP
Dennis A. Lee, Esq., VP
Warren Seeto, VP
Susan C. Tom, Secretary
Esther Li, Treasurer
Ben Choi
Helen Y. H. Hui, Esq.
Ryan Lee
Maggie Mui
Brian Tom
Garry Wong
Cecilia Sze
ART ADVISORY
COMMITTEE
Terese Tse Bartholomew
Tatwina Chinn Lee
Manni Liu
Gang Situ
Pat Tseng
STAFF
Mabel S. Teng, Executive Director
Abby Chen, Artistic Director &
Curator
Darin Ow-Wing, Director of
Education and Engagement
Francis Wong, Special Projects
Manager
Clare Lee, Marketing Consultant
Jenny Leung, Program &
Exhibition Manager
Gharrity McNett, General
Manager
Colin Chan, Program &
Outreach Associate
Yu Sheng, Design Associate
Shudao Zhang, Program &
Administrative Assistant
Yee Hall Associates,
Accounting Consultant
Yun Yuan Zhou, Contractor
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CHINATOWN WALKS
Perfect for schools and summer camps too!
Call to schedule a tour.
Special Free Tours: 6pm on May 8 and
10am on May 10. Call us to RSVP.
» Dynasty to Democracy (emphasis on civil rights)
» Tale of Two Chinatowns (emphasis on culture)
» Chinatown Art Walk
» Scholarships available. Please call!
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The Wells Fargo Partner Management Team of the DSS Group.
Members and family of the Greater Bay Area McDonald’s Restaurant Owners.
Mosaic by Alan Shepp at the Hatt Building in Napa
Join a tour to learn about history and culture from
passionate educators and historians!
Anita Rao
Brenda Bowen
Darin Ow-Wing
Elisabeth Weissteiner
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Discover Chinese History in
NAPA VALLEY
Saturday, May 3 9:00am-6:30pm $99/person
» WineTasting at Beringer Vineyards
» Reception with artist Alan Shepp
» Old Bale Mill
» Historical narration
Esther Kwan
Janice Hom
Jim Adams
Lawrence Ngan
Our appreciation to the Greater Bay
Area McDonald’s Restaurant Owners
for outreach and scholarship support!
Lynn Eichinger
Shudao Zhang
Zoe Ai
Lois Kwan
“I cannot tell you how impressed I was with the tour you
gave last Sunday. I learned so many things about Chinese
Heritage that I never had a clue about... A GREAT AND
VERY INFORMATIVE TOUR.” - Bob & Connie Kassity
“Thanks for a great tour and lecture on some Chinese
history! We all learned something new!” - Marie Ng
WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT
VISUAL ART AND GALLERY AT CCC
HOURS: Tues-Sat, 10am-4pm
750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor
415.986.1822
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Feb 15-May 31
BETWEEN MODERN AND
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FONG CHUNGRAY EXHIBITION
Apr 29
KEYWORD SCHOOL OPEN
FORUM WITH SUE HUI
May-Sept
KEYWORDS: XU TAN
Jul 10-Dec 20 @CCC Gallery
Jul 18-Sept 28 @YBCA
2014 XIAN RUI ARTIST
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CHINATOWN CENTRAL SUBWAY
CHINATOWN ART WALK
Mar 1
SEMINAR: SOUTHERN
CHINESE CULTURE
May 3
DISCOVER NAPA
May 29
SEMINAR: SAVING THE BLACK
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RESTORATION IN CHINA
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CHINATOWN DEMOCRACY
WALK
TALE OF TWO CHINATOWNS
Feb 15
SPRING FESTIVAL
Mar 16
TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
CONFERENCE AND FREE CLINIC
May 10
SPRING DANCE
Aug 16
CHINATOWN MUSIC FESTIVAL
Sept 13
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Dec 6
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A NEW VISION FOR THE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
Photo from left: Zoe Ai, Janice
Yau, Elisabeth Weissteiner, and
Jimin Lee.
Not pictured: Rita Ren, Betty
Chang, Kitty Kao, Judy Yang,
Susanna Cheung
Photo by Frank Jang
Mabel S. Teng with Geoff Palermo
Justice Investors(JI), owner of the Hilton Hotel Financial
District, California College (CCA) for the Arts and the
Chinese Culture Foundation are collaborating to create
innovative new art to enliven the bridge.
We would like to recognize Gloria Yim Jew and all the
talented students at CCA for coming up with the design
concept to activate the space. We are grateful to Geoff
Palermo of JI for sponsoring the design projects. China-
town residents and visitors will soon enjoy a beautiful new
exhibition on the pedestrian bridge-part of our goal of
fostering Chinatown as an art museum without walls!
Gain skills and make
friends volunteering
with the art gallery,
exhibitions, education
activities, and special
events.
Short and long term
volunteer opportunities.
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A Him Mark Lai “Role Model” Presentation
SAVING THE BLACK-NECK CRANES:
WETLANDS RESTORATION IN CHINA
May 29, 6:30–8:00 pm
Chinese Culture Center Auditorium,
750 Kearny St, 3rd Floor (inside the Hilton)
Suggested Donation: $5, Students Free
We are very excited to invite you to our first Him Mark Lai “Role Mod-
el“ Presentation. Meet Jeanny Wang and learn about her pioneering
work to protect habitat of the Black Neck Crane in China. The talk will
also highlight her work creating a non-profit to promote environmental
improvements in China and her experiences as an Asian American
woman in the environmental field.
Please linger with friends afterwards over wine and cheese!
PRESENTER
Jeanny Wang, MS Wildland Resource
Sciences, MS Civil and Environmental
Engineering Ph.d in progress, Environmental
Science Policy and Management

Him Mark Lai pioneered the study of Chinese American history.
Along with his wife Laura, he documented not only what happened
to Chinese Americans, but also gave voice to their experiences and
what they did to resist, thrive, and contribute to America. The Him
Mark Lai Learning Center continues this powerful legacy by mak-
ing Chinese American history relevant to new generations, and by
encouraging engagement with critical issues today.

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that echoes the geographical and psychological proximity depicted by her work.
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Meet at the CCC Gallery every
Saturday at 11am starting May 17th.
Free through summer, 2014.
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Please visit the Gallery! Join us in
challenging perceptions and
encouraging risk taking through art.
Open every Tues-Sat 10am to 4pm
Current Exhibition:Fong Chung-
Ray’s Between Modern and
Contemporary
2014 Xian Rui Artist: Summer Lee
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Saturday, May 10
8:00pm–11:00pm
Chinese Culture Center Auditorium
750 Kearny Street, 3F (Inside the Hilton)
San Francisco, CA 94108
TI CKETS
$25/person pre-sale
$35/person at the door
Make checks payable to
Chinese Culture Foundation
RSVP
Jimmy Ng via phone 415.984.1167
Shannon Yip via shannon@c-c-c.org
by Friday, May 3
The Chinese Culture Foundation cordially invites you to
Celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month
To Honor Jest Jammin’s
Many years of community service


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