Benevolent Association

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Chinatown, Vancouver - List of Historic Buildings in Chinatown
1 West Pender Street 1901 Chinese Benevolent Association (中華會館) of Vancouver 104–108 E Pender Street 1901–1910 Chinese Benevolent Association Lim Sai Hor Association (林西河堂) Building 525–531. 1921 Mon Keang School Lee Building 129–131 East Pender Street Henriquez and Todd 1907 Lee's Association (李氏公所) Carnegie Community Centre 401 Main Street G.W ...
Chinatown - Features - Benevolent and Business Associations
... A major component of many Chinatowns is the family benevolent association, which provides some degree of aid to immigrants ... These associations generally provide social support, religious services, death benefits (members' names in Chinese are generally enshrined on tablets and posted on walls), meals, and recreational ... Membership in these associations can be based on members sharing a common Chinese surname or belonging to a common clan, spoken Chinese dialect, specific village, region or country of ...
Philip Boyle - 2012 New York State Senate Race
... Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association of NYC Supervisor Croci and Islip Town Council International Brotherhood of Teamsters ...
List Of Chinese American Associations - Y
... Yan Ping Association 恩平同鄉會 Yan Wo Benevolent Association 人和會館 Yee On Association 增城義安堂 Yee Fung Toy Association 余風采堂 Website Yee Shan Benevolent Society ...
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
... The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (Chinese 中華會館 in the West and Midwest 中華公所 in the East) is a historical Chinese Association established in various parts of the ... It is also known by other names such as Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle, Washington and United Chinese Society in Honolulu, Hawaii ...

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    In this great association we know no North, no South, no East, no West. This has been our pride for all these years. We have no political party. We never have inquired what anybody’s religion is. All we ever have asked is simply, “Do you believe in perfect equality for women?” This is the one article in our creed.
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    A benevolent man should allow a few faults in himself, to keep his friends in countenance.
    Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790)