New Plano-based Texas-Wenzhou cover promotes fondness with pivotal Chinese pier city

On Sunday, a fondness hold a initial party during Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie.  The eventuality was also a jubilee of a Lunar New Year, with a normal lion dance circuitous among guests, who enclosed Frisco Mayor Maher Maso and Dallas County Republican Party Chairman Phillip Huffines. 

To learn some-more about new organization, revisit texaswenzhou.com.

Chinese revisit Eastfield College

Eastfield College in Mesquite on Monday welcomed a commission from Chongqing, China, for a two-week visit. A major production core and travel hub, Chongqing is a mercantile core of a upstream Yangtze basin. 

Delegates paint a Chongqing Automotive Training Program. During a visit, they will learn some-more about Eastfield’s automotive record program. They also will revisit internal dealerships. Another idea of a revisit is to learn about American village colleges.

For details, call 972-860-7026 or email jdumont@dcccd.edu.

Pan Asian American Chamber

As festivities imprinting a start of a Year of a Rooster breeze down, a U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber-Southwest hosted a jubilee with an awards module Saturday during a grill in Arlington. Speakers enclosed Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams and Texas Rangers arch financial officer Kellie Fischer. 

Outstanding Asian American Business Awards went to Jason Chung, David Dang, Yulan Kan, Amporn Li, Dee Poekachaipatt, Mimi Shin, Deborah Su  and Anjali “Ann” Ramakumaran.   

Diversity and Inclusion Champion Awards were presented to Jarilyn Fox, Luwanda Jenkins, Don McKneely and Scott Murray. 

To learn some-more about a chamber, revisit uspaacc-sw.org.

Upcoming events

Friday

The Japan-America Society of DFW presents a module on U.S.-Japanese family underneath a Trump administration from noon to 3:30 p.m. during a InterContinental Dallas hotel, 15201 Dallas Parkway in Addison. Luncheon speakers will be Joseph Young and Dr. Haruo Iguchi. Panelists will embody Howard Kass, Tim Keith and Junji Kurokawa. $45-$55. Registration compulsory by Monday. Go to jasdfw.org.

Feb. 21

The Fort Worth Public Library Foundation presents an Adventures in India module featuring George Thadathil during 6 p.m. during a Central Library, 500 W. 3rd St. in Fort Worth. Free. Visit fwlibraryfoundation.org.

Feb. 23 

The 21st annual Highland Park Literary Festival will underline a module with author Jamie Ford during 7 p.m.  at Highland Park High School, 4220 Emerson Ave. Free. Visit hplitfest.com

Through Feb. 24 

The Jaycee Park Center for a Arts, 1925 Puritan Drive in Irving, presents “Indian Folk Art” by Feb. 24. Free. Call 972-721-2488.

Twitter: @debbiewfleck

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