2020 Children's Chinese Song Singing Competition, 3/28/2020 10am

Our 10th annual Children’s Chinese Singing Competition will be on March 28.  For the competition, the children can compete as individuals or groups in a specific age division.  Registration is $10 per person.  The goal of this competition is to build self confidence and encourage children to learn culture through singing Chinese songs.  Big thank you to our sponsors including Comerica Bank, Eva Air and City of Richardson. Continue reading

Youth Culture Camp, 2020/03/08 10:30am-1:30pm

Let children learn about Chinese culture in a fun and relaxing environment. The camp will be taught in English with the topics of Arts & Crafts and Chinese Yo-Yo. The age group will be elementary school (1st to 5th grade, approximately age 6 to 11 years old) and the registration fee will be $15 per person (lunch included). Spaces will be limited to 40 students so we recommend you register as soon as possible . Continue reading

DCCC 2020 Children’s Drawing Competition, 2/22/2020 10:30am-1:00pm

– Date: February 22 (Saturday) 10:30am – 1:00pm
– Age Group: (A) 5-6 years old (B) 7-8 years old (C) 9-11 years old (D) 12-14 years old
– Awards: Group (A): A lucky bag for every participant. Group (B) (C) (D): 1st place $100; 2nd place $80; 3rd place $50. All competitors will receive a participation prize!!!
– Registration Fee: Each person $10.00
– Competition Theme: “Lantern Festival”
– Registration Due Date: February 15, 2020
– Award Ceremony: April 25th (Saturday)
– Rules: Participants are required to bring their own painting supplies. The paper will be provided by DCCC.
– Sponsors: City of Richardson, Overseas Community Affairs Council, Ranch 99 Supermarket Continue reading

Travel the World with Cancer, Grasp the Essence of Life: Dr. Ling Shiao's Tour of Three Ancient Cities of Luxor, Jerusalem, and Athens, 12/8/2019 2:00pm

Six years ago in the prime of her life, Dr. Ling Shiao was diagnosed with cancer. Had it not been for the disease, she would have continued to be completely immersed in teaching and writing to further her career. A break from intense academic life has given her the opportunity to reexam life and ponder its meaning. While journeying on the razer edge of life and death over the past six years, she has also followed her heart’s calling to explore the world, bringing a richness to her life that was not possible before. To find out how a world traveler, with cancer as her constant companion, sees and experiences three great cities of antiquity, come to hear her talk. She will share with you the mysteries of gods and pharaohs in Luxor, Egypt; the revelations of the three Abrahamic religions in Jerusalem, Israel/Palestine; and the wisdom of great philosophers of Athens, Greece. Continue reading