Join us for the 2015 Annual Fundraiser! Enjoy lively performances and delicious appetizers as we honor influential figures in our community, celebrating the advancement and promotion of Asian-American culture and identity through creative arts and diverse media.
Your presence for this evening of cultural celebration and entertainment will contribute towards the upkeep of our mission, in providing a vital and cherished linkage between communities and across generations.
Ursula Liang, Filmmaker & Director
Helen Wan, Novelist & Lawyer
$5,000, Corporate Sponsor(s) (10 tickets + full-page ad in dinner program + recognition in Newsletter)
$2,500, Executive Sponsor(s) (10 tickets + half-page ad in dinner program)
$1,000, Host Sponsor(s) (10 tickets + recognization in dinner program)
$500, Patron Sponsor(s) (5 tickets + recognization in dinner program)
$200, Double Happiness (2 tickets)
$125, Friend Ticket(s) (1 ticket)
$50, Children Ticket(s) (12 and/or under)
If you cannot attend the Annual Fundraiser and would still like to make a contribution we welcome the generous acknowledgment towards the continuation and strengthening of NYCCC’s programs.
Please send in your payments and donations via check to:
New York Chinese Cultural Center, PO Box 612, New York, NY 10002
About Ursula Liang...
Ursula Liang is a journalist mastering intimate storytelling in a wide range of media. She has worked for The New York Times, ESPN The Magazine, The 2050 Group, and currently freelances as a film and television director/producer and story consultant. After 19 years in the media industry, Ursula has made her debut as director of the award-winning feature-length documentary film “9-man”, uncovering an isolated and unique streetball tournament played by Chinese-Americans in the heart of Chinatowns across the USA and Canada. Ursula is a founding member of the Filipino American Museum and board member of the Dynasty Project. She grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and currently lives in the Bronx, New York.
About Helen Wan...
Helen Wan is the author of the novel THE PARTNER TRACK (Macmillan/St. Martin's Press), the story of a young Chinese American woman competing for partnership at a powerful law firm. The book depicts how race, sex, and class impact the corporate ladder. Wan's book became the subject of a Washington Post Magazine cover story, was optioned for television, and is now taught in colleges and universities. She is frequently invited to speak at corporations, universities, law schools, and leadership events around the country about diversity and inclusion in corporate culture, advancing the careers of women and people of color, and achieving balance between professional ambition and creative pursuits, particularly for Asian Americans. Before becoming an author, Wan was a lawyer practicing corporate and media law in New York for over 15 years, most recently as Associate General Counsel at the Time Inc. division of Time Warner Inc. Helen Wan was born in California and raised near Washington, D.C. She is currently at work on her second book.
Photo credit: Sigrid Estrada
Sing Tao Daily, the longest-standing newspaper in Hong Kong since 1938,
is internationally recognized as one of the world's most widely-read Chinese dailies. Over the years, Sing Tao New York has been keeping the New York community educated and well informed by embracing the ideals of a free and unhindered press, responsible in its reporting and in maintaining the integrity of its intended purpose. Sing Tao New York has won more than 18 important awards, including “Best Features,” “Best Article: Immigrant Issues,” “Best Article” Racial Social Justice,” “Best Article: Labor Issues,” “Best Overall Design,” “Best Photo”.
Chief Reporter Lotus Chau will be receiving the award on behalf of Sing Tao Daily.
Thought Leadership Award
Sing Tao Daily