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
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
104 Montgomery Street San Francisco
The Walt Disney Family Museum will present the Water to 「Paper, Paint to Sky: The Art of Tyrus Wong」Art Exhibition from 8/15 -2/3/2014. This exhibition will focus on the life of a famous Chinese American artist, Tyrus Wong, who is a gifted painter, muralist, kite maker, lithographer, Hollywood sketch artist, calligrapher, ceramicist, and Disney Legend.
For more information: www.waltdisney.org/wong
Book Club of California (加州讀書會) San Francisco
The Book Club of California is how holding an exhibition called “Draw me a Story: A Century of Children’s Book Illustration”. This exhibition is featuring twenty-three original drawings and paintings and a baker’s dozen of classic books explores 100 years of timeless nursery rhymes, fairy stories, bold adventures, and amazing animal tales.
This exhibition is open at regular gallery hours: Monday-10am-7pm; Tuesday to Friday- 10am-5pm.
For more information: www.bccbooks.org
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion Plao Alto
The Hoover Institution’s new exhibition, Art and History: Treasures from the Hoover Library and Archives will be held at the Herbert Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion, and it runs through Friday, 12/20. For those of you who interested in art and history, you won’t want to miss this great inspiring exhibition.
The exhibit is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and the admission is free.
For more information: www.hoover.org
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tzu Chi Foundation office Milpitas
Due to a decrease in government funding and a continual increase in the cost of dental care, the number of people without dental insurance continues to grow. According to published reports, 1 out of 3 Californians do not have dental insurance. Though toothaches aren’t an disease, they bring as much pain and suffering and affect a person as much as one. This is why the Tzu Chi Foundation opened a Free Dental Clinic; to provide low income and no income residents with free dental care education, checkups, teeth cleaning and other needed dental services.
Currently the Tzu Chi Free Dental Clinic is only open every Monday from 9am-5pm and stops accepting patients at 3pm. The clinic is located at the Tzu Chi Foundation office in Milpitas at 175 Dempsey Road, Milpitas, CA 95035, phone number 408-964-4560. In order to ensure that our limited resources are utilized for those most in need, patients must provide photo identification such as driver license, passport and documentation of low-income such as a welfare check, tax return, bank statement or Medicare card. The students have to provide student ID, bank statement or I-20 for urgent care. The dental clinic currently does not provide pediatric dental care, only care for patients over 18 years of age.
Due to the large scale of community outreach will be held on Sunday, October 27 from 9am to 3pm in same location, the dental clinic will be closed on October 28, November 4 and December 30, 2013 for new year holiday.
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Japantown San Jose
Date and time: 11/10,11/17,11/24, 12/1,12/8,12/15, every Sunday, 8am-12pm
“Japantown Certified Farmer’s Market” will be held at 6th & Jackson street in Japantown San Jose every Sunday starting 11/10 through 12/15. There’ll be shave ice, omanju, urban street wear, crepes, Nijiya & Santo markets, you can also choose to go to the Japanese American Museum.
For more information: www.japantownsanjose.org
The West Bay Pilipino Multi-Service Center,：175 Seventh St. San Francisco http://www.westbaycenter.org/
US Red Cross: (510) 595-4414 或(408) 577-2054，https://www.redcross.org/donate/index.jsp?donateStep=2&itemId=prod4650031
The U.S. State Department’s Office of Overseas Citizens Services：(888) 407-4747
Tzu Chi Foundation San Jose
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded, left behind a wide swath of destruction in the Philippines on November 8, with the highly populated city of Tacloban hit hardest. Currently, death toll estimates reach as high as 10,000, and as rescue efforts have been slowed by the enormous scope of the disaster region, casualties may continue to rise. In addition, countless people have been left without homes, in dire need of food and clean drinking water.
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has already launched its disaster relief effort and prepared 200,000 individual servings of instant rice meals and 30,000 blankets to be shipped to the disaster region. On November 12, the first shipment of 30,000 blankets and 60,000 instant rice meals departed for the disaster region via C-130 military transport aircraft.
Tzu Chi Foundation USA invites donations of relief funds and kind thoughts from individuals across the United States to send to disaster survivors in the Philippines. Please make checks payable to “Tzu Chi” and write “Disaster Fund” on the memo line. Please mail the donation check to Tzu Chi Foundation Northwest Region at 2355 Oakland Rd. San Jose, CA 95131 or click www.tcnw.org to make a donation online. For donation information, please call 408-457-6964 (San Jose and south bay), 415-682-0566 (San Francisco), 510-879-0971 (Oakland). With your donation, Tzu Chi can help more survivors to recover from the disaster.
KTSF Cares Brisbane
In partnership with the American Red Cross, “KTSF Cares” is now accepting donations for victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Please mail your donations to: KTSF Cares, 100 Valley Drive, Brisbane, CA 94005, and make your check payable to: American Red Cross and on the note you can write “Typhoon Appeal” or just “Typhoon”. This fundraising event will run through the end of December, so please act now and donate whatever you can. All donations are tax deductible and KTSF will match total donations made, up to $2,500.
If you have any questions regarding KTSF Cares, please contact Mina Li, KTSF’s Associate Director of Public Affairs, at email@example.com.