USCPFA 2017 Lunar New Year Banquet FRIDAY, February 10, 2017

USCPFA 2017 Lunar New Year Banquet
FRIDAY, February 10, 2017
6:00pm gathering
6:45 dinner served
Welcome the Year of the Rooster with your friends in the USCPFA!

Menu Highlights

  • Whole salt and pepper chicken
  •  Shrimp with ginger and scallion sauce
  • Sautéed snow pea leaves with garlic sauce
  • Whole steamed fish

Entertainment provided by the Chien Hong Lion-Dance Team, the oldest continuously performing Lion Dance team in the Atlanta area.

Chapter Updates and Activities

BYOB if you so desire, Canton House will provide glassware.

Reservations are to Penny Blackford [] by February 6. Please do make use of the sign-up form in the newsletter. If you have not received the newsletter, reservations may be sent to Ms. Blackford’s email address, provided above.  

Please provide your name, and the names of your guests, as you would like them to appear on your name tags.

Note: There will be no charity auction this year. Please keep your auction items for the next year’s banquet.﴿

Hello Year of the Rooster!

USCPFA-Atlanta Spring Forum 2016

  Old Photos and People's History in China

presented by Prof. Hanchao Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology

and Dr. Edward S. Krebs, USCPFA Atlanta

4:30-6:00 p.m., Sunday, May 1

Nostalgia swept through China in the latter half of the 1990s. The bimonthly magazine Old Photos went beyond nostalgia to reflection in telling hundreds of family stories and fostering individual views of China’s recent history. You’ll hear the story of Old Photos and see selected photos.

Please join us for dinner after the forum!

We will dine at Top Spice in Toco Hills

3007 North Druid Hills, NE

Atlanta 30329

404/728 0588

Local Event

 The Voices of Yunnan - A Special Concert at the University of West GA

Saturday, March 12th at 7 p.m 
Kathy Cashen Recital Hall
Humanities Building UWG Campus

The Voices of Yunnan, a renowned Folk Troupe from the Yunnan Province in China will perform on Saturday, March 12th at 7 p.m. at the Kathy Cashen Recital Hall on the University of West Georgia campus. Admission is free, but seating is limited, so early arrival is recommended. 

The performance is sponsored by the Georgia Women's Institute and Georgia Commission on Women in partnership with West Georgia Technical College.  It is a continuation of the observance of the 105th International Women's Day.