12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
History Museum of Los Gatos Los Gatos
The History Museum of Los Gatos presents Evolution of Green: Environmental Activism exhibition to the Bay Area residents. The exhibition is currently open until 9/22, every Wednesday to Sunday. The exhibition will use interactive models, historical narrative, environmental sounds capes and other media to interpret this history and explore proposed future steps for environmental activism.
For more information: http://bit.ly/13t0uSn
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Fremont Main Library Fremont
The Herald Family Rebuilding Center will be held a seminar of “Parenting Class Series(Mandarin)” in the following days (Saturday only, 3:30pm-5pm), the content will be covered:
3/23 – Early Childhood Development (0-5 years old)
6/15 – Positive Discipline
9/7 – School Aged Children Development (6-12 years old), physical and mental development.
12/7 – Homework/Chores & Responsibility
*Saturday 3:30 – 5:00pm
All classes are conducted in Mandarin Chinese.
Ms Zhou Hong is currently the director of Herald Family Rebuilding Center, she holds instructor credential in California. She has many years of teaching emotional management and parent-child relationship experience. Ms Zhou and the HFRC team members will be the speakers of the lecture series.
For more information: (510) 745-1421
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cantor Museum, Stanford University Palo Alto
How are the boundaries between social classes and identities challenged and transcended? This exhibition explores that question. Eighteenth-century Chinese paintings demonstrate how artists outside palace walls reproduced the subject and styles of imperial court paintings in order to fulfill commissions by patrons of a rising social class. Japanese woodblock prints examine how cross-dressing actors in Kabuki theater became trendsetters for the world off-stage. And through his photographs, Chinese contemporary artist Cang Xin steps into different professions and identities. Forty-four works on display.
For more information: (650) 723-4177, www.museum.stanford.edu
World Vision is now accepting donations for Sichuan Earthquake victims. Their disaster management staff members are coordinating relief with government authorities. The focus will be on the victim’s needs of children and filling gaps in government aid delivery.
Here’s how you can help: call 1.888.511.6447 (Chinese hotline) and make donations to the earthquake victims. It’s time for us to show our support, a little help can make a big difference.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco San Francisco
6/13 – 9/26: Tuesday – Saturday: 10 – 4 PM
This summer the Chinese Culture Foundation is proud to debut the Hong Kong artist and 2012 Asian Cultural Council Fellow, Lam Tung-pang, in his first solo exhibition in the US.
The Curiosity Box is an experiment originated in Lam Tung-pang’s apartment during his recent artist residency in the US. The project reflects the artist’s attempt to turn his living space into a creative lab for documenting and sharing his internal psyche with the public.
Lam will donate a new piece to the Chinese Culture Foundation inspired by his trip to San Francisco.
For more information: http://www.c-c-c.org/2013/05/16/meet-the-artist-lam-tung-pang-the-curiosity-box/, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-986-1822
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sigmund Stern Grove San Francisco
6/16-8/18, EVERY SUNDAY
Celebrate Stern Grove Festival’s 76th Season with an afternoon of amazing concerts and performances, inspiring and interactive outreach programs, and picnics with friends and family in the beauty of Sigmund Stern Grove. Starring Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs.
For more information: 415-252-6252, www.sterngrove.org
Chinese Community Computer Lab San Francisco
Top city and community advocates will gather to launch the Chinese Community Computer Lab and Training Program. The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is mandating Meaningful Use, a set of standards involving the use of electronic health records to improve health outcomes, increased efficiency, and additional research data for healthcare systems. Meaningful Use is to be achieved through 3 stages over 5 years. The purpose and benefits of Meaningful Use include 1) Complete and accurate information, 2) Better access to information, and 3) Patient Empowerment.
Many of our community members are without basic computer and Internet skills. The Chinese Hospital Health System is at the forefront in working towards this national healthcare improvement goal by preparing and equipping our community with basic computer and Internet skills to access their personal health records. For community members who are literate with using computers and Internet, we will show them how to access their personal health records. This program aims to minimize the digital divide through linguistically appropriate and hands-on training.
For more information: http://www.cchrchealth.org/content/free-computer-training
Barrett Community Center Belmont
Footsteps Child Care Inc, in partnership with the City of Belmont Parks & Recreation, is offering eight weeks of summer camp just for middle school youth! There’ll be sports and outdoor activities, arts & crafts, science, healthy snacks, computers, weekly community service opportunities, recreational swim Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, special events and fantastic field trips!
For more information: email@example.com , (650) 595-7441
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Kwong Wah Baptist Church Sunnyvale
Date: 7/7/13 – 9/15/13 (10 classes, last 2 are optional)
Every Sunday except 8/18.
Time: 1pm – 2pm (lecture), 2pm – 2:30pm (Q&A, optional)
Place: 653 West Fremont Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Fees: $10.00 (Registration)
Deposit is refundable after completion of 6 classes.
For more information: http://www.kwbc.cc/
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
基督教救世軍三藩市華埠堂 SAN FRANCISCO
Join the Network for a Healthy California—Chinese Project for the We Can! Chinese Families nutrition and physical activity workshops series to be held on Saturdays on July 13, 20, 27, August 17 and 24, 2013 from 2:30-5pm at The Salvation Army San Francisco Chinatown Corps at 1450 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94133. These workshops will help you learn about healthy eating and active living to lower your family’s risk of developing serious health problems like obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer.
Free to the public, this workshop series will be conducted in Cantonese and led by registered dietitians Catherine Wong, RD, MPH, and Sylvia Lau, RD, MPH, CDE, Ben Lui, MD, MPH, Ying Ying Guan, MPH, Vivian Wong, DTR and Master Shufen Zhou. Workshops will include:
- Tips on smart shopping, healthy cooking and eating.
- Physical activity demonstrations.
- Hands-on activities on healthy eating and active living for children. Childcare will also be provided.
After completing five workshops, participants will receive a free 2-week gym membership at Chinatown YMCA. Space is limited, so register soon! For more information, please call (415) 364-7915.