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09/17/22 CHCP 35th Anniversary Gala

September 22, 2022 6:54 PM | Elyse Wong (Administrator)

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The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project held its 35th anniversary in fine style, gathering over 600 supporters and friends to help with a fundraising goal to expand services and activities in their Chinese American Historical Museum and at other events.  The following leading Chinese Americans were honored at the Gala for their philanthropy and service to non-profit organizations and their communities: Buck Gee, brothers Arthur and Daniel Jue, Patrick Kwok, Michael Chan, Chenming and Margaret Hu, and the Bay Area Chrysanthemum Growers Association.

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ABC News anchor Dion Lim and NBC Bay Area News reporter Robert Handa did fantastic jobs serving as the Gala's emcees. Dr. Paul Gee presented the Gala Chairs with bottles from his private collection of Bouchaine wine from his 100-year-old Napa Valley vineyard.

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Gala Chairs accepted a state commendation from Assemblyman Evan Low and Jade Sponsors of the Gala received Caroline Young prints.

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Entertainment was provided in the lobby by the Dream Achievers Combo from Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN), and Hoong the Dragon made an appearance manned by CHCP's Student Docent Cultural Ambassadors.

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Over 30 models walked the runway in a lively fashion show of Imperial Chinese Robes and beautiful Chinese women’s dresses.

Juliette Leong, a multi-talented 6-year-old prodigy, amazed the audience as she played the Seitz Concerto on the violin at the Gala.

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Watch a short video of highlights from CHCP's 35th Anniversary Gala below:

Museum Address:

History Park
635 Phelan Avenue
San Jose, CA 95112

In Ng Shing Gung Building

Mailing Address:

PO Box 5366
San Jose, CA 95150-5366

Email: info@chcp.org

Chinese Historical & Cultural Project

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