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Saturday, February 28, 2015

哈佛CSSA中国日 彩绘十只熊猫迎羊年

哈佛大学中国学生学者联合会(HCSSA)昨(廿七)日中午在该校科学中心前广场,举办“哈佛中国日”活动,贴出春联,摆出熊猫,挂上小红灯笼,庆祝羊年新春。
哈佛CSSA今年的“中国日”,备受大自然挑战,被风雪逼着改期。昨日的庆祝,也得和雪堆争地的找空间摆放画熊猫,丢套环,为公益筹款义卖的摊位。
哈佛CSSA的主席单思聪,副主席孙陆等人,在哈佛园的铁栅上绑上该会会名横幅,号称“茶博士”的张兴才等义工,帮忙把小红灯笼,粉红色的绒毛羊,以及“迎百福岁岁平安”的春联,挂上,把雪白寒冷的广场,变得温暖一些。
今年这“哈佛中国日”,由文理学院的张格,工程及应用科学系的Robert Gustafson这一女一男,一中一西的两人当主持,藉以寓意这场活动的促进中西交流。
“画熊猫”是会场的重点活动。哈佛CSSA从淘宝上买来十只比一个手掌大些的白色熊猫模型,摆出红黄蓝绿橙紫的颜色,请人们发挥想像力的为熊猫上色。
昨日天气仍然很冷,出席活动的人并不多,但还真有好些人是专程为了画熊猫去的。一位只肯透露自己名叫“天荣”,年约六十多岁的男士,和妻子从家里走了十几分钟路过来的画熊猫,就为回味一下自己当年在北京过年的感觉。年约八岁的任苏菲(Sophie Ren)也由爸爸任大海陪同,专程来画熊猫。她以绿色包裹熊猫,象徵回归大自然,赢得最多人投票支持,高兴当上画熊猫冠军。
哈佛CSSA昨日还和艾森豪威尔基金会合作,为低收入家庭青少年举办义卖募捐活动。外来出国顾问集团也提供了些精美礼品。由於哈佛大学校方不允许学生们在校园内收取现金,他们采行信任制,请人扫描海报,传单上的二维码,自行认捐。公益组赵长林等人在摊位前摆出很可爱的羊毛袜,中国丝制品,做筹款义卖品。他表示,他们筹得的款项已帮助在中国南京的张锺浩进行了脊柱侧凸手术,让他可以挺直腰板,笑对人生了。

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??????????? 哈佛大学中国学生学者联合会副主席孙陆(右)恭喜任苏菲(左)话熊猫得冠军。(菊子摄)

??????????? 哈佛大学中国学生学者联合会昨日庆新年,邀人玩套圈,套中红包,小杨,就可领回家。(菊子摄)

??????????? 哈佛CSSA庆新春不忘做善事,为艾森豪威尔基金筹款。(菊子摄)

??????????? 哈佛科学中心广场挂出了庆祝农历新年的装饰,出席的人凑热闹,拱手拜年来拍照,增加过年气氛。(菊子摄)

??????????? 画熊猫的活动还真吸引不少人。(菊子摄)


? ? ? ? ? ??哈佛CSSA准备了好多只绒毛羊做庆祝新年奖品。(菊子摄)

倍投方案图片顿侨教中心将建荣誉职人员交流平台 吁侨胞参与社区活动

倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心日前举办侨务工作座谈会,颁发证书给新任侨务委员梅锡锐,鼓励年轻人参加侨社活动,招募退休人士当志工,预报将办理纪念抗日战争胜利七十周年系列活动。
??????????? 驻倍投方案图片顿台北经济文化办事处处长赖铭琪当天感谢侨胞支持政府,协助该处推动各项工作,希望侨胞们也把经文处当家,经常联系。经文处,侨教中心乐於随时为民服务。
??????????? 倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心主任郭大文当天做了五点侨务工作报告,并指出将建立侨务荣誉职人员互动平台,以期侨委会在新英格兰地区聘请的侨务委员,侨务顾问,侨务谘询委员,侨务促进委员等不下三,四十名侨务荣誉职人员,加强彼此情谊。
郭大文指出,尤其希望侨务荣誉职人员“爱到最高点,心中有旗帜”的尊重青天白日满地红这面旗。
??????????? 郭大文还请侨胞们鼓励年轻人多参加侨社活动,增加归属感,更希望更多退休者出来当志工,既健身,又助人。
??????????? 郭大文在会中打趣表示,历届侨教中心主任经常是一上任就开始交朋友,但卸任时,朋友却几乎都不见了,全因他们在任时,太常需要麻烦人帮忙,侨胞朋友都陆续被吓跑了。他强调侨委会很感念侨胞们的帮忙,尤其是传统侨社,总是默默支持侨委会的活动。今年倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心也将继续在五月办理台湾日,台湾传统周,六月办美食节,九月办全球华语文教学研讨会,十月办双十游行,餐会等活动。
??????????? 今年有一项比较特别的活动是庆祝抗日战争胜利七十周年。侨委会和国父纪念馆合作,预定在牛顿市的海德社区中心做图片展。估计倍投方案图片顿荣光会也将有相关活动。
??????????? 郭大文并强调,侨委会在纽英仑中华公所内设图书馆的目的之一,就是希望给来自台湾的侨胞们,一个进城後的落脚处,兼具读书,阅报,看电视等休闲功用。他指出,侨委会在美国设有多个办事处,倍投方案图片顿不但面积最小,场地还是租的,虽然侨委会曾经有意置产,但阴错阳差的错过了适宜时空。如今在倍投方案图片顿华埠之内再设了图书馆,希望侨胞们多加宣传,以充分利用。
??????????? 倍投方案图片顿荣光会理事长石家孝建议,增加中华公所图书馆的开放时间;侨务促进委员陈文浩建议把图书馆内有哪些书,营业时间等资讯放到脸书上,方便民众查阅;波克莱台湾商会会长刘秀春建议互通在哪里停车更方便的资讯等。纽英仑玉山科技协会会长康丽雪指出,塔芙茨医疗中心对面的停车场,硬体设备不错,晚上停只要十块钱。
??????????? 出席者当天还在会上谈及,来自东海大学的一个表演团,将於五月廿六日晚到昆士小学礼堂演出,入场免费。
??????????? 会中,在纽英仑中华专业人员协会荣誉总顾问蒋宗壬,新任会长周万钦的强力支持下,与会者无声同意现任倍投方案图片顿侨务委员马涤凡於八月底任期届满後,继续留任至九月底,以再次承办接待庆祝双十文化访问团到倍投方案图片顿事宜。
??????????? 郭大文指出,去年发生认购门票者临时才通知票未售出的状况,承办活动的马涤凡,台湾同乡联谊会损失惨重。
??????????? 侨教中心工作人员张小慧今年负责“中华文化导览”业务。当天她在会上指出,侨委会希望侨社把中华文化推广进主流社会,新成立的璞石中华文化工作室也正在走进学校,做相关推广活动,希望新英格兰台湾青年商会,台美专业人士协会等机构能全力协助,退休人士也加入志工行列。他们希望至少每月,或者每隔一个月办一次活动。
??????????? 当天议程原本包括颁发侨务谘询委员聘书给卸任侨务委员的陈家骅,因他未克出席,侨教中心将择日补发。
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??????????? 经文处副处长陈铭俊(前左四),倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心主任郭大文(前右二)和部分出席侨情座谈会的侨团首长们合影。(菊子摄)

??????????? 经文处副处长陈铭俊(左),倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心主任郭大文(右)颁发侨务委员聘书给梅锡锐(中) 。(菊子摄)

??????????? 侨情座谈会後新春聚餐茶会。(菊子摄)

??????????? 左起,波克莱台湾商会顾问郭竞儒,游胜雄,李淑玲,陈玉瑛,会长刘秀春和倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心主任郭大文(左三)拜年迎新春。(菊子摄)

??????????? 纽英仑玉山科技协会会长康丽雪(右)在侨情座谈会中发言。(菊子摄)


? ? ? ? ? ??侨教中心张小慧(右一)请侨胞支持中华文化导览活动。(菊子摄)

SBA Mandarin webinar

新的一年,让我们利用新方法在空中学习,无论你在哪里,都可以用电话听讲座,或用电脑或手机上网,并可问问题,互相交流
请邀请你的家人朋友一起参加,共创美好的前程。如果你提供邮址,将在讲座之後收到资料。?
Webinar (空中讲座)时间为美东时间

·??????Fri, Feb. 27, 2015
9am-10am美国联邦政府小企业研发奖助金in Chinese
10am-11am“Grants for R&D-Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Program” in English

l??Fri. March 6, 2015
10am-11am妇女企业如何取得联邦政府合约in Chinese
?11am-12 noon?“Women-owned Business Getting Government Contracts” in English
2pm-3pm?有利的十项税务策略in Chinese

l??Fri. March 13, 2015
10am-11am?小企业行销策略in Chinese
?11am-12 noon?“Marketing Strategies for Your Small Business” in English
2pm-3pm?企业如何选择退休计划in Chinese


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欢迎大家建议时间及讲题
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美国联邦小企业局纽约办公室经济发展

Webinar Invitation (online or by phone/cell phone)

·??????Fri, Feb. 27, 2015
10am-11am“Grants for R&D-Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Program” in English

l??Fri. March 6, 2015
?11am-12 noon?“Women-owned Business Getting Government Contracts” in English

l??Fri. March 13, 2015
?11am-12 noon?“Marketing Strategies for Your Small Business” in English


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2015【疯一夏】马戏体验营七月启动

2015【疯一夏】马戏体验营,即将展开,本次内容丰富除了杂技,还有扯铃,光影戏和小丑表演

上课时间:201572025日,9:00am4:30pm
上课地点:倍投方案图片顿侨教中心(90 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands, MA 02461
参加费用:540/6天,含午餐与点心
参加年龄:7足岁以上
洽询电话:侨教中心/许淑芬(617)965-8801??璞石夏令营营长/路永宜(857)919-3620
指导单位:倍投方案图片顿华侨文教中心
主办单位:璞石中华文化工作室

Friday, February 27, 2015

AAPI Highlights

AAPI Highlights, ---February 26, 2015
Welcome to this edition of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) Highlights.?Below you’ll find news about the first-ever Lunar New Year celebration at the White House, the establishment of the Honouliuli National Monument, and agency announcements.
We invite you to visit our page at?www.whitehouse.gov/aapi. Follow us on Twitter at?@WhiteHouseAAPI?for the Initiative and?@KiranAhujaAAPI?for Kiran Ahuja, the Executive Director of the Initiative.
Chinese Lion Dance

A traditional Chinese Lion Dance was performed by the Wong People Association at the first-ever Lunar New Year Celebration at the White House, February 19, 2015. (Photo by Marie Nguyen).?
Celebrating Lunar New Year at the White House
WHIAAPI hosted the first-ever Lunar New Year celebration at the White House on February 19, 2015. Members of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community from across the country joined together to ring in the first day of the Lunar New Year with keynotes from Administration officials, a discussion with diverse AAPI leaders, and three lively cultural performances. President Obama also sent his greetings by video message.?Read more.
National AAPI Community Google+ Hangout
Yesterday, during the National AAPI Community Google+ Hangout, White House and Administration officials discussed national priorities for the AAPI community and gave an overview of the May 2015 White House Summit on AAPIs. Konrad Ng, Director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, shared the 2015 AAPI Heritage Month theme, #APAEverywhere. Speakers also highlighted all the work federal agencies have done to increase access to services for the AAPI community, found in a new?Federal Agency Accomplishments Report. View the National AAPI Community Google+ Hangout?here.
Federal Agency Spotlight: National Park Service
In furtherance of its mission to provide a fair and inclusive look at American history, the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)’s National Park Service (NPS) worked with AAPI scholars and NPS practitioners to research and write a crosscutting publication on the heritage and historical contributions of AAPIs. The 28-page booklet, titled?Find Your Place: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, examines the enduring and influential presence of AAPIs—from the earliest settlement of the country to the economic development of the West to the desegregation of public schools in the 20th century and political influence in the 21st. This and many other valuable resources are available on the website of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Initiative.?To learn more about this and other DOI efforts, see the?Federal Agency Accomplishments Report.
Calling All Students: Apply for the Summer 2015 WHIAAPI Internship Program
As America’s population becomes increasingly diverse, it is important to have this diversity reflected in the federal workforce. Although AAPIs comprise 6 percent of the U.S. population, they make up only 3 percent of the Senior Executive Service (SES), the highest ranks of federal government. As part of the WHIAAPI’s work to strengthen federal workforce diversity, we want to highlight federal internship opportunities. Internship positions are open to eligible undergraduate and graduate students, and applications are due on?Sunday, March 8, 2015.?Read more.
AAPI Historic Sites Campaign Webinar:?March 10
Please join the National Park Service and WHIAAPI for a webinar on the AAPI Historic Sites Campaign on?Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET. This campaign is part of the AAPI Heritage Initiative which aims to recognize and honor the stories, places, and people of AAPI heritage as part of our entire country’s history.?Register here.
White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders:?May 12?
WHIAAPI is pleased to invite you to the White House Summit on AAPIs on?Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Washington, DC. The Summit will feature engaging panels, workshops, and armchair dialogues with senior Administration officials, AAPI celebrities, and well-known community leaders, plus performances by distinguished AAPI artists.?The Summit will inspire participants to continue to build upon the legacy, strength, and influence of the AAPI community, especially in the final years of the Obama Administration. The Summit is part of a series of events on?May 11-15?during AAPI Heritage Month in Washington, DC, and provides a unique forum to actively engage with hundreds of AAPI leaders from across the nation.? Previous AAPI Heritage Month speakers have included President Obama at the 2013 White House Celebration and Vice President Biden at the 2014 Opening Ceremony.The White House Summit on AAPIs is open to the public and free of charge. Stay tuned for details on the program in the coming months, but please?visit our Summit webpage?and subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive updates. For questions, please email?WhiteHouseAAPI@ed.gov.
White House Announcements?
The President's Meeting with Immigration Advocacy Leaders
President Obama met with Latino, AAPI, labor and immigration advocacy leaders to provide an update on the Administration’s immigration accountability executive actions. The meeting was also an opportunity to have a dialogue with the immigrant advocacy community on the Administration’s continued efforts to push Congress to fund the Department of Homeland Security and to pass comprehensive immigration reform. The President also highlighted that despite the Texas district court’s ruling, the Administration will continue to make progress on many components of the executive actions and is confident we will ultimately be able to implement the deferred action policies.?Read more.
Establishment of the Honouliuli National Monument
The Honouliuli Internment Camp (Honouliuli) serves as a powerful reminder of the need to protect civil liberties in times of conflict, and the effects of martial law on civil society. Honouliuli is nationally significant for its central role during World War II as an internment site for a population that included American citizens, resident immigrants, other civilians, enemy soldiers, and labor conscripts co-located by the U.S. military for internment or detention.?Read more.
Q&A with Surgeon General Vivek Murthy: Community Health, Measles, and Teleportation
He’s treated thousands of patients in the U.S. and helped people around the globe. He’s trained students to become doctors, founded a nonprofit to combat HIV/AIDS, practices yoga daily, and keeps unflavored almond milk in his fridge. At 37, he is now one of the youngest Americans — and the first Indian American — to serve as the Surgeon General of the United States.?Read more.
Taking Action to Unlock the Economic Contributions of Americans-in-Waiting
The President is continuing to take action, within his legal authority, to fix our broken immigration system. The Administration announced a final rule that will allow spouses of certain high-skilled workers to contribute to the economy while they wait to obtain lawful permanent residence status (or a “green card”) through their employer. America needs a 21st?century immigration system that lives up to our heritage as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants—and that grows our economy.?Read more.
Weekly Address: We Should Make Sure the Future Is Written by Us
In his weekly address, the President underscored the importance of continuing to grow our economy and support good-paying jobs for our workers by opening up new markets for American goods and services. While America’s businesses, ranchers, and farmers are already exporting goods at record levels, there’s more room for growth with 95 percent of the world’s customers living outside our borders. In order to pursue new trade agreements, the President called on Congress to pass trade promotion authority so that the U.S. can play a leading role in negotiating 21st?century trade deals that protect our workers, support good wages, and help grow the middle class.?Read more.
Agency Announcements?
Department of Education: A Call to Transform Adult Learning in the United States
Skills matter. In the past year, a remarkable convergence of data, analysis, and policy informed us of just how much they matter to individuals, their families and communities, and to the economy overall. This report presents a vision for making adult skill development—upskilling—more prevalent, efficient, effective, and convenient. This vision rests on an understanding that foundation skills—the combination of literacy, numeracy, and English language as well as employability skills required for participation in modern workplaces and contemporary life—are a shared responsibility of, and value and benefit to the entire community.?Read more.
Department of Homeland Security Extends Eligibility for Employment Authorization to Certain H-4 Dependent Spouses of H-1B Nonimmigrants Seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced that, effective?May 26, 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. DHS amended the regulations to allow these H-4 dependent spouses to accept employment in the United States. Finalizing the H-4 employment eligibility was an important element of the immigration executive actions President Obama announced in November 2014.?Read more.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: Extending Employment Authorization to H-4 Spouses of Certain H-1B Workers Stakeholder Call
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) invites you to participate in a stakeholder engagement on Thursday, February 26 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET regarding a DHS regulatory update. The regulatory change, effective?May 26, 2015, will extend eligibility for work authorization to H-4 spouses of certain H-1B workers who have already started the process of seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident status. To join the session, call?(888)-469-2153, Passcode: H4.
Department of Justice: Office on Violence Against Women Fiscal Year 2015 Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program Solicitation
The Campus Program is designed to encourage colleges and universities to adopt comprehensive, coordinated responses to violent crimes against women on campuses and create partnerships among campus entities, along with community-based victim services organizations and criminal and civil justice agencies. In order to receive grant funds through the Campus Program, institutions of higher education must provide multi-faceted prevention, education and bystander intervention strategies on violence against women for all incoming students, train all campus law enforcement or security staff on appropriate responses to violence against women, train all members of campus judicial or disciplinary boards on the unique dynamics of violence against women, and create a coordinated community response to violence against women. DOJ will be holding a pre-application conference call on?March 5, 2015. To register for the call, participants should e-mail?ovw.campus@usdoj.gov?or call Mrs. Kimberly Shamberger at?202-514-7998.?Read more.
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services:?Got Coverage? Next Steps in Using Your Health Insurance?
Join the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services for the Got Coverage? Next Steps in Using Your Health Insurance webinar on?Thursday, March 5, 2015 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET. This webinar will discuss how to read your insurance card, how to find a doctor, what you need to know in making an appointment and what to do in case you have a health emergency. Key terms will be discussed as well as recommended health screenings. We will highlight the Coverage to Care materials on health insurance literacy during the webinar.?Register here.?
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services:?Special Enrollment Periods and Resources for the Uninsured?
Join the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services for the Special Enrollment Periods and Resources for the Uninsured webinar on?Thursday, March 12, 2015 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET. The health care law has created special enrollment periods for those who experience special circumstances such as graduating from college and losing health insurance, getting married and needing coverage for a spouse, losing employer insurance or turning 26 and losing coverage on a parent’s health plan. Join this webinar to learn more about special enrollment periods and how to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace. For those who are uninsured and don’t qualify for the special enrollment period, learn what resources are available and when to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace.?Register here.?
Small Business Administration: Affordable Care Act 101 Webinars for Small Employers, Including Nonprofit Organizations?
SBA and Small Business Majority will host a free Affordable Care Act 101 webinar so small business owners can learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act and how they can enroll in health insurance marketplaces.?
Funding Opportunities
Department of Health and Human Services: Increasing the Implementation of Evidence-Based Cancer Survivorship Interventions to Increase Quality and Duration of Life Among Cancer Patients
As of 2008, nearly 12 million cancer survivors were living in the United States; this number is expected to increase to 18 million in 2020. Cancer survivors have long-term adverse physical and psychosocial effects from their diagnosis and treatment, and have a greater risk for additional cancer diagnoses compared with persons without a cancer history. Cancer survivors commonly report negative behavioral, medical, and health care access issues that may contribute to poor long-term medical and psychosocial outcomes. The Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) supports collaborative cancer control and prevention efforts in all states, the District of Columbia, tribal organizations, territories, and Pacific Island jurisdictions to address the cancer burden in their jurisdictions.?Read more.
Department of Agriculture: Crop Protection and Pest Management
The purpose of the Crop Protection and Pest Management (CPPM) program is to address high priority issues related to pests and their management using IPM approaches at the state, regional and national levels. The CPPM program supports projects that will increase food security and respond effectively to other major societal challenges with comprehensive IPM approaches that are economically viable, environmentally sound and will help protect human health. The CPPM program addresses IPM challenges for emerging issues and existing priority pest concerns that can be addressed more effectively with new and emerging technologies. The outcomes of the CPPM program are effective, affordable, and environmentally sound IPM practices and strategies supporting more vital communities.?Read more.
Department of Agriculture: Agriculture and Food Research Initiative - Childhood Obesity Prevention Challenge Area
This Challenge Area Focuses on the societal challenge to end obesity among children, the number one nutrition-related problem in the US. Food is an integral part of the process that leads to obesity and USDA has a unique responsibility for the food system in the United States. This program is designed to achieve the long-term outcome of reducing the prevalence of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents 2-19 years. The Childhood Obesity Prevention Program supports Multi-function Integrated Research, Education, and/or Extension Projects and Food and Agricultural Science Enhancement (FASE) Grants.?Read more.
?For more opportunities, please visit?Grants.gov?or WHIAAPI's?Grants & Resources?page.