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Monday, 31 October 2016 13:10

"Honor and Duty" Free Screening

The Chinese American Citizens Alliance Phoenix Lodge is proud to host the screenings of
"Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Delta Chinese", a story about the immigrants from China who settled in the Mississippi Delta and evolved over the decades playing a prominent role in World War Two and the transformation of the deep South. The film's Executive Producer, E. Samantha Cheng, will be here to hold a Q & A after the screenings.There will be two free screenings shown on in Phoenix:

 

Friday, November 4th at ASU Downtown Campus (6.30 pm to 9 pm) see attached flyer &

Saturday, November 5th at Northwest Chinese Baptist Church (5.30 pm to 8 pm) see attached flyer

 

For more information visit: http://www.heritageseries.us/honor-and-duty/

 

HonorandDuty_MSDeltaChinese - TRAILER from Heritage Series Videos - 2016 on Vimeo.

Nov 4 nov 5
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 11:37

Bonsai & Raku Pottery Exhibit

Phoenix Sister Cities Himeji Commitee invites you to:
Bonsai & Raku Pottery Exhibit Celebration
 Bonsai
The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix invites residents to its Second Annual Bonsai Exhibit sponsored by Scottsdale Bonsai Society, Phoenix Bonsai Society and Nakama Bonsai Kai.
 
This year we will be joining our Bonsai exhibit with another piece of Japanese artistry, Raku ware is a type of Japanese pottery traditionally used in Japanese tea ceremonies, most often in the form of  tea bowls. It is traditionally characterized by being hand-shaped rather than thrown; fairly porous vessels, which result from low firing temperatures; lead ; and the removal of pieces from the  while still glowing hot. In the traditional Japanese process,
 
Not only will beautiful and authentic Arts be displayed by enthusiasts and talented artists, visitors will also learn about the philosophy of Bonsai and Raku and their cultural background, history, making process, how to create, and much more.
 
Enjoy beautiful Bonsai and Raku arts that embellish the serenity of the strolling Japanese garden in the middle of downtown Phoenix.
 
Dates: November 12, 2016  
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix. 1125 N. 3rd Ave. Phoenix Arizona 85003
Tickets: General Garden Admission $5.00 adults / $4.00 students with ID, military and seniors (+62)
 
 
Agenda:
Bonsai Hands-on presentation: 10:00 a.m.  by Nakama Kai
Raku Demonstration: 11:00 a.m. - noon by Jon Higuchi           
Bonsai Demonstration: 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. by Scottsdale Bonsai Society
This is a unique opportunity to see the process of beautiful creation.
For more information, please click here!
Friday, 07 October 2016 13:03

Bear and Book Event

 

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Teddy Bear and Book Event: 

 


 

Phoenix Sister Cities’ Disability Awareness Committee would like to invite you to the Teddy Bear and Book Event benefiting special needs children and pediatric cancer patients. The committee will be raising money for gift baskets that will be donated to the children at the Phoenix Children's Hospital. The cost to donate a gift basket is $25. If you would like to make a donation for this special cause, click the link below.

Purchase Gift:

 

 

 

 

Monday, 19 September 2016 15:58

Voila French Bistro Dinner

The Grenoble Committee in collaboration with the DAC Committee hosted a Dinner on Sunday October 9, in order to raise money for their trip to Grenoble France. The Delegation will be traveling to Grenoble this November in order to present at the International Disability Convention. The delegation will also be receiving an award for all of their handwork in bringing awareness about disabilities to the Phoenix Community.

 

The dinner was hosted at Voila French Bistro in Scottsdale where attendees dinned in an intimate setting and ate French delicacies.  Phoenix Sister Cities would like to thank all those who attended and showed their support to the committees. Below are some images from the event.

  

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Monday, 12 September 2016 11:29

East Meets West Art Exhibit

The sister cities of Phoenix and Taipei celebrate 37 years of friendship with the grand opening of the "Taiwan East Meets West Art Exhibit," now on display at Phoenix City Hall through Sept. 16.

 

The exhibit includles artwort by Joy P. L. Lee:  

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The exhibit includles artwort Master Chris Ho New Artworks:

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