Founded in 1932, the Chinese Association for Political Science (CAPS) is the oldest academic community in China. President Wu-hung Heng served as a foreign policy advisor to the ROC government. The organization reformed in 1952 when it held its fourth annual congress in Taiwan. In 1970, Dr. Shi-jei Wang was elected as president and the association began publishing the Chinese Political Science Review. Since then, the journal has served as a valuable forum for local and international political scientists.
The CCBA works with mainstream organizations to provide services for the Chinese American community, including the American Cancer Society and the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. In 2006, the organization signed a memorandum of understanding with the American Red Cross of Greater New York to coordinate programs in Chinatown. In addition, CCBA fulfills its functions by maintaining relationships with Chinese American organizations in North America. The group is committed to helping its members integrate into mainstream society.
The CCBA helped launch the Chinese Voters Federation in May 2004. The goal of this initiative was to encourage Chinese American citizens to participate in the Presidential election. The result was a 24.2% increase in the number of Chinese American voters in Chinatown. In addition, the CCBA strongly supported the formation of the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation and the Asian Job Service Employer Committee. The association also supports the Greater New York Chinese Community Dollars for Scholars program.
The CCBA has been working with mainstream organizations to provide social services to the Chinese American community. Its partnerships include the American Cancer Society and the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. In 2006, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the American Red Cross to coordinate community health and disaster relief programs in Chinatown. These partnerships allow the CCBA to fulfill its functions by collaborating with local businesses and maintaining contact with Chinese associations in North America.
In Shanghai, the Chinese Association for the Advancement of Science (CAAS) celebrated its twenty-fifth annual meeting. Originally located at 14 Oxford Street, the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England (CCBA) serves the Chinese community in New York. Its meetings are organized by the CAAS, a nonprofit organization whose members belong to 26 cities with large populations of ethnic Chinese.
The Chinese Association for the Advancement of Science (CAAS) held its twenty-fifth annual meeting in Shanghai on May 17, 2008. The CAAS is a tax-exempt association. It has about thirty-five members and serves as an umbrella organization for the Chinese community in New England. In addition to serving as an umbrella organization, the CAAS has a local office in 26 cities with a large Chinese population.
The CAAS is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that serves the Chinese community in New York City and other cities. It was founded in 1883 and has 35 members. It has local offices in many cities with a significant percentage of ethnic Chinese residents. Its mission is to promote cultural and social development. The CAAS was the first Chinese association in the US. It has been active since then and continues to serve its mission.
The CAAS was founded in 1883 and is now a tax-exempt organization. It is a governmental umbrella organization for the Chinese community in New York. It is also a nonprofit association with local chapters in 26 cities with a large Chinese population. In addition, CCBA serves as a bridge between the Chinese and mainstream communities in the United States. Its members include those of all ages.
The CAAS works to promote social and economic development in the Chinese community. It coordinates with mainstream organizations to provide services and opportunities for the Chinese community. For example, the CCBA has partnered with the American Red Cross of Greater New York. The CCBA fulfills its various functions by collaborating with local organizations in New York and throughout North America. The CCBA has a website and a newsletter.
The CCBA has a diverse membership. In addition to its yearly association congress, it also holds an academic international conference. It also hosts a research team, called IPSA. In 2006, Yong Wei became the president of the CCBA, and IPSA has been an active member of the CAPS since then. A number of members of the organization also attend the IPSA Congresses in Taiwan.