On Saturday, March 7 the Chinese Women Association of Cleveland celebrated International Women's Day with a dinner and entertainment at Tom's Seafood in Cleveland.
A multi-course meal, songs by Jane Tang, dancers from the Cleveland Contemporary Chinese Culture Association (CCCCA), raffles and of course, good friends and family were among the attractions of the evening.
Judy Fung Chu
President of Chinese Women Association of Cleveland
The Chinese Women Association of Cleveland's mission statement is "Our mission is to assist women of Chinese and Asian descent on the issues facing them today, including but not limited to gender discrimination, social injustice, domestic violence, and economic empowerment. We also seek to preserve the exercise of the traditional virtues of Asian culture and the recognition of women's role in today's society while fostering bonds of friendship between women, especially in times of crisis."
Jung Jing publisher Ohio Chinese American News
Membership is open to all adult Asian females. For more information contact Grace Lin at 216-664-6741.
Kerry Lieu, Ivy Yu, Alice Kuan, Christina Ko,
Lily Ying and Theresa Chiang
Enjoying the Chinese Women Association event
Danny Zhang of Tom's Seafood
Ching Ling Huang
Chinese Women Association of Cleveland officers
Grace Lin-Fadel Vice President Membership, Susan Yelin Treasurer, Amy Hope Past President (standing)
George and Kerry Lieu are proud of their son who is running for Attorney General of California
Grace Lee and Tamara Lee
Theresa Wang, VP of Chinese Women Association of Cleveland
Wen and Christina Ko
C.C. Ying, Lily Ying and Theresa Chiang
Yin Tang (dance instructor) and mother Lili Zhang (original founder of dance school)
Hailun Zheng and Jane Tang by guzheng
Liming Wang and Nianfa Tang
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