New Year, 4701, The Year of the Ram!
Meets West – West Meets East!”
Night and New Year Celebration
Our first event
of the New Year 2003 will be held in the beautiful Pacifica High School
Performing Arts Plaza in Oxnard. The Board is working hard to prepare a
colorful program to share with members and our community. I urge
everyone’s support to come and celebrate the New Year of the Ram.
May the New Year give us inspiration and inner peace to work toward a better tomorrow in our community, in our country, and in our universe. “Gung Hay Fat Choy, Xing Nien Jing Bu.” Best wishes for the New Year.
Night and Chinese New Year
Tickets are now available!
For tickets or ticket information contact:
Sharon Chiang............ 388-8656
Hueneme: Dolly Lee.... 485-6780
Paula: William Irion.............. 525-0304
Eric Plambeck............ 659-5121
Oaks: Lloyd Ho.............. 498-5537
Pacifica High School
Dr. & Mrs.
Dr. & Mrs.
The Halloween Party was a howling success! It was held on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Los Primeros Structure School in Camarillo. Over 40 children plus parents and friends enjoyed the festive events. There were games, a magician, costume contest, and lots of hot dogs, pretzels, and drinks.
Games were set up and enthusiastically operated by the Youth Group. The children were challenged with the pumpkin toss, fishing game, pencil pull, ring a pumpkin, Coke bottle toss, pin the wart on the witch, ring a witch’s hat, and fishbowl game.
Costume contest winners: Best – Fireman, Christopher Fu; Funniest – Unicorn, Alyson Lucas (17 months old); Scariest – White Ghost, Alex Lu; Original – Parrot, Alexander Fu.
Thanks for helping to Samantha Hinde, Tiffany Chieu, Erik Jue, Lauren Jue, Michelle Jue, Juliet Kong, Robert Omoto, Amanda Ong, and all other Youth Group members.
Special thanks to the event sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Chieu, parents and friends that helped, including Barbara Chieu, Alice Ginn, Larry and Jan Jue, Leslie and Suzie Jue, Michael and LaRaine Kang, Sharon Mac Polin, and all those that I may unknowingly have missed.
于十月二十六日，星期六在卡美丽诺Los Primeros Structure
─ 消防员， Christopher Fu；
感谢Samantha Hinde, Tiffany
Chieu, Erik Jue, Lauren Jue, Michelle Jue, Juliet Kong, Robert Omoto,
Amanda Ong, 和其他青年组的成员的帮助。
Chieu, Alice Ginn, Larry 和 Jan Jue, Leslie 和
Suzie Jue, Michael 和
LaRaine Kang, Sharon Mac Polin, 还有或许我们无意遗漏
Edna Tanita Juliet
Christmas Party was held on Saturday, Dec. 14 at Camarillo Heights
Elementary School. The Christmas Party was a success. An estimated 200
adults and children enjoyed the potluck supper and the night’s
entertainment. Thanks to Irene Sy and Lee-May Little for all their work on
the wonderful Nativity skit performed by the Chinese Language School. It
was a real treat to see the children so enthusiastically involved.
Bell Choir from the Camarillo United Methodist Church and the Adult Choir
from the Taiwanese Presbyterian Church was a great way to get us all in
the spirit of Christmas; they really added to the program with the
Christmas carols. The dance troupe under the direction of Yu-Ling Lu was
also a great success; we are so lucky to have so many talented people in
Claus was splendidly portrayed by Tim Fu of Camarillo. He was great and
the children all seemed to enjoy their Christmas gift of the DVD's donated
by the Technicolor Corp.
to the sponsors, Drs. Lisa and Albert Fu, and the help provided the Youth
Group led by Juliet Kong and Tiffany Chieu, and everyone who made the
celebration a success.
Heights Elementary School成功地举行。
Sy 和 Lee-May Little的精心准备，使我们高兴看到由中文
United Methodist教会和 Taiwanese Presbyterian教会让我们沉浸于圣
Fu以及由 Juliet Kong和Tiffany Chieu带领的
Saturday, March 29, 2003
Dr. & Mrs. Simon Chow
fun afternoon includes a luncheon, drinks, Easter egg hunt, and clown/
family is requested to bring one dozen colored hardboiled eggs or one
dozen hollow colored plastic eggs filled with goodies.
赞助人：Dr. & Mrs. Simon Chow
Hunt to begin around 12:30 PM.
version of the China Alley Memorial Mural is being prepared for approval
by the City Council of Ventura. The artists, Mr. and Mrs. Qi Pang are from
the People’s Republic of China and are skilled in painting and
calligraphy. They also have considerable experience in creating large size
mural. We shall need volunteers to help with preparing the wall for their
painting. The location of the Memorial will be on the wall facing the
fountain near Santa Clara Street along the Figueroa walkway. We hope that
work can begin in February.
County Museum of History and Art would like to feature the history of the
Chinese in Ventura County in an exhibition at the Museum. This exhibit is
tentatively scheduled for Spring of 2004 and would last for 3 months. The
Museum’s Curator, Anne Graumlich, is seeking information and objects for
inclusion in the exhibit. Anyone with information or objects (photographs,
clothing, household pieces, etc.) is encouraged to call Ms. Graumlich at
805-653-0323, ext. 19, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please call or email by May 1, 2003. The Ventura County Museum will
professionally display and protect all objects borrowed for the exhibit.
We need all the members of the VCCAA to support this project since this
will be the first time that we have an entire exhibit in the Museum be
devoted to the history of Chinese in this county. Please contact Ms.
Graumlich regarding any item you may lend the Museum for this exhibit.
和Mrs. Qi Pang，擅长绘
speech competition was held on Friday, Dec. 6. Congratulations to all the
students. Results are listed below.
Christmas Party our Chinese Language School students were given the
opportunity to display their considerable acting talents. We are very
proud of them. Thanks to President Hillary Ling for inviting us to
participate in the program.
Semester begins on February 7. New students are welcome for the
Kindergarten and Adult Conversational classes.
the students and their families took a trip to the Peoples Republic of
China during the Spring break. This year our travel agent, Mr. Len of Sun
Travel Agency, has proposed a new itinerary and schedule. This trip is
open to all VCCAA members and their families and friends. If you wish to
participate, please contact Mrs. Tina Len at (805) 388‑3482 or (818)
989‑8740, fax (818) 989-8747.
– XI’AN – GUILIN
$1299.00 + 80.00 (Tax) / Adult (Double Occupancy)
$1099.00 + 80.00 (Tax) / Child
Angeles – Shanghai
to Shanghai on 4/11/03 night time by Asiana Airline.
Day 3: 4/13/03
Shanghai (L,D). Arrive Shanghai in the morning; City tour (Century Park,
Nanjing Road and the Bund). Hotel: Novotel Hotel or similar.
Day 4: 4/14/03
Shanghai – Xi’An (B,L,D).
Fly to Xi’An; visit Wild Goose Pagoda, Ancient City Wall. Hotel:
Castle Hotel or similar.
Day 5: 4/15/03
Xi’An (B,L,D). Visit Terra Cotta Warriors of Qin Shi Emperor, Huaqing Hot
Spring, Tang Dynasty Dance Show. Hotel: Castle Hotel or similar.
Day 6: 4/16/03
Xi’An – Guilin (B,L,D). Fly
to Guilin; visit Diecai Hill, Elephant Trunk Hill, enjoy Show at night.
Hotel: Royal Garden Hotel or similar.
Day 7: 4/17/03
Guilin (B,L,D). Visit Li River, Yangshuo and Reed Flute Cave. Hotel: Royal
Garden Hotel or similar.
Day 8: 4/18/03
Guilin – Los Angeles (B,L).
City tour in the morning and then fly back to Los Angeles in the
* Price Include:
All air tickets, international and China domestic airport tax,
hotel rooms, meals, buses and tour guide.
* Price not Include: Gratuities
and visa fee.
388‑3482 或 (818) 989‑8740, 传真：
all, I'd like to say Happy New Year to everyone who is reading this!
I hope 2002 was a memorable year for everybody and now that 2003
has begun, we can begin with a fresh start and a refreshed sense of
I'd like to
recap what has been going on recently with the Youth Group.
This past December, I had the privilege of co-hosting the annual
Christmas party. We had a
great turnout and I especially enjoyed the DVDs that were given to the
children as gifts. I am sure
everyone was impressed with Santa's generosity and enjoyed the evening.
I'd also like to personally congratulate Dr. H. Ling and all of the
hardworking board members who made this successful event possible.
Group is currently anticipating the next big event - the Cultural Night at
Performing Arts Center of Pacifica High School, to occur.
We will be there setting up and helping out with the other VCCAA
members. If anyone is
interested in participating with these events, who is not already doing
so, please contact me at 805-358-0676.
I will be happy to answer any questions and update you on any
Youth Group is currently made up of many high school seniors who will be
graduating in the next year. We
will need the VCCAA youths to start participating in order to continue
having a Youth Group. So
please tell your friends about this opportunity.
If you have any questions or comments please contact me (Juliet) at
(805) 988-1105, 358-0676 (cell) or at my email: JKoolcat@aol.com.
Tiffany can be reached 987-1893 or email: email@example.com.
The application forms for
students to apply for the VCCAA scholarships will be available at their
High School Counselor’s Offices by February 3, 2003.
All applications must be received at the VCCAA post office box by
April 15, 2003. There will be
3 or more scholarships available for $500 minimum each. All college bound students are encouraged to apply.
Chinese Language School Library
efforts and help of many people, the Chinese Language School Library has
over 300 book, 160 journals and newspapers, 150 videotapes,
and 20 audio cassettes. We
welcome members’ patronage, and your tax-deductible donations are
greatly appreciated. Point of
contact is Margarette Macropol
at (805) 482-9371.
Macropol (805) 482-9371。
Sat., April 12, 2003
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
--Egg Hunt to begin around 12:30 PM.
Installation and Award Dinner
pm to 3:00 pm