Programs and Events

Ongoing Events

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Upcoming Events

    • 22 Jan 2017
    • 07 May 2017
    • 5 sessions
    • Union Temple Preschool, 4th Floor, 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238

    Sign up for the Winter-Spring 2017 sessions of ATN at  The dates: January 22, February 5, March 5, April 23 and May 7.  The venue is Union Temple in Brooklyn.  FCCer WuQing Hipsch is the Children’s Group Facilitator.  



    SPRING 2017

    Playgroups for 5-9 Year-Olds

       Tween Peer-Support Group

       Teen Mentor Program

       Parent Discussion Group


    Five Sunday Sessions:  3:00-4:30 PM

     Jan 22, Feb 5, Mch 5, Apr 23, May 7, 2017


    Union Temple Preschool, 4th Floor

    17 Eastern Parkway

    Brooklyn, NY 11238


    Adoption Playgroups for Children, 5-9 years old

    Fun, multiracial playgroups, facilitated by adult and teen adoptees for adopted kids from a wide spectrum of backgrounds. Themes around identity, family and friends are explored.  The groups provide a “safe space” for kids to build relationships within the adoptive community. Elizabeth  Studwell and WuQing Hipsh, co-facilitators of the children’s group, bring over a decade of experience to this endeavor.

    For Tweens  

    A peer-support group for 10-12 year-olds that offers tweens the opportunity to connect and chat about “what is really cool – and may not be so cool – about being adopted” in a fun and nurturing environment.  Tweens facilitator Joanna McClintick, who was adopted domestically, is an LMSW working with LGBTQ youth on HIV prevention.  She received her MSW from Hunter School of Social Work.

    “For years, the stories of adoptive children were not heard.

    That’s finally changing.”  Rebecca Carroll, Columnist, The Guardian, after participating in ATN this November.


    For Teens

    The Teen Mentor Program creates opportunities for 13-18 year-olds to engage in peer supportive playgroups for children, ages 5-9, while acting as role models. Our adult adoptee team, in turn, provides supervision and support to the teens to foster growth and exploration.  Carfare and community service credit are available. You can listen to our teen mentors speak about adoption at:  Nam Holtz, teen mentor facilitator, is currently producing a documentary film called “Found in Korea” about adoption, identity, and the search for her birth family.

    For Parents 

    ATN provides a space for adoptive parents to gather, connect, share resources and discuss adoption-related issues. All sessions are led by an adult adoptee facilitator.  All sessions are led by parent group facilitator Julie Young, who is the founder of DreamMaker, DreamDoer, DreamSupporter, Inc (3D) and The Phenomenal Girls Club, producer and Chair of the Board for The $250 per child fee for the children's and tweens' groups includes the parent discussion group.

    Who We Are

    At ATN – now in its eighth year - we believe that adoption comes with unique developmental processes for adoptive families and that they differ from biological families for that reason. We particularly value the perspective of adult adoptees, seek their input, and support their concerns as an integral part of our program. We strive to create a community in which adopted children, teens and adults can determine their own experience and form supportive friendships among themselves. ATN groups offer support to children and parents.  ATN is not a therapy provider.

    For more information and to register, please visit the ATN website:


    Please note that participation in the parent discussion group is required for parents of children ages 5 to 9 years.

    Children’s Playgroup: $250 per child
    Fee includes parent discussion group

    Tween Group: $250 per child ages 10–12 yrs
    Fee includes parent discussion group

    Teen Mentorships: No fee (Volunteer position) - Teen mentors receive a travel stipend and Community Service credit

    Parents Group:
    Parents of tweens and children in the playgroup: No additional fee
    Parents of teen mentors or parents with no children in attendance: $150

    All Together Now

    (718) 624 – 2894



    • 25 Mar 2017
    • Saint Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

    APC's NYC Chapter is hosting a general meeting on Sat, March 25th featuring top adoption attorneys, agency representatives and social workers.

    This meeting is FREE and open to all pre and post-adoptive families.

    Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 7pm 

    Saint Francis College

    180 Remsen Street

    in Brooklyn, NY 11201


    Special Guests will include:

    Dr Anne F. Malave PhD: Parenting Roundtable- Bring your questions and concerns.

    Joy Goldstein, LCSW, Executive Director, Forever Families Through Adoption

    Zack Fried, Outreach Coordinator, Adoption STAR

    Kathy Brodsky, LCSW,

    Nina Rumbold, Esq, and Denise Seidelman, Esq, Adoption Attorneys

    Brian Esser, Esq, Adoption Attorney

    Dr Anne F Malave, PhD. Psychologist/Psychoanalyst, specializing in Infertility and Adoption


    Please RSVP at


    We look forward to seeing you where you can meet and greet other adoptive families and top professionals in the child welfare field.


    Please call 212 304 8479 for more information

    More information can be found here:

    • 26 Mar 2017
    • CHAPPAQUA LIBRARY, 195 South Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY 10514

    OCA-WHV 10th Rising Stars Concert


    Music: Classical and contemporary works, from the West and East


    Performers: Asian American students aging from 8 to 18 who are selected via audition by a panel of judges.


    Instruments: Variety, both classical instruments from the West and traditional Asian instruments.


    Concert Date and Location

    Sunday March 26th, 2:00 - 4:00 PM


    CHAPPAQUA LIBRARY 195 South Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY 10514 Phone: (914) 238-4779


    Special Guest performer



    For questions on this program, please contact OCA at

    • 30 Mar 2017
    • Chappaqua Library, 195 S Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, New York 10514

    The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane


    “There was one girl who summed it up for me when she said, ‘I know I’m lucky and I know my parents love me and I know I’m the most precious person in our family, but I wasn’t precious enough for my birth parents to keep.’” Lisa See's new novel 'The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane' explores the story of a girl who is born in China and adopted by parents in the US, and of her birth mother in Yunnan Province. In researching this novel, Lisa See interviewed many adoptees. You can meet Lisa See and hear about this novel March 30 in Chappaqua.


    LISA SEE: Author Talk

    Thursday, March 30 at 7 PM - 8 PM


    Chappaqua Library

    195 S Greeley Ave

    Chappaqua, New York 10514

    first come, first seated.


    Lisa See is the New York Times bestselling author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony in Love, Shanghai Girls, Dreams of Joy, and China Dolls. Her most recent novel, The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, will be released by Scribner in March 2017. Booklist has said of the new novel, “See’s focus on the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters, by birth and by circumstance, becomes an extraordinary homage to unconditional love.” Ms. See has also written a mystery series that takes place in China, as well as On Gold Mountain, which is about her Chinese-American family. Her books have been published in 39 languages. Ms. See was honored as National Woman of the Year by the Organization of Chinese American Women in 2001, was the recipient of the Chinese American Museum’s History Makers Award in 2003, and is slated to receive the Golden Spike Award from the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California in 2017.Cosponsored by the Organization of Chinese Americans-Westchester Hudson Valley Chapter

    Admission Free.


    Recommended by our friends in FCC NCal.


    Please see more about NY Times bestselling author Lisa See discussing the research that went into her new book The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane in this behind-the-scenes video.

    The book involves adoptees from China.


    • 30 Mar 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • Veselka : 144 Second Avenue (9th street), NYC

    Join other FCCNY YAs at our monthly "Eat Up" next week!

    Foodie, Hope Johnson, and I, will be doing monthly meet ups revolving around food, and we welcome you to join us! feel free to bring friends as well - adopted, asian, or not!

    Thursday March 30th, 2017, 7pm

    144 Second Avenue
    New York, New York 10003

    Meet new people, hangout, eat good food!

    Please RSVP so I can get an estimate and make a reservation. pay your own way, bring cash &or venmo.

    Questions?  contact

    • 01 Apr 2017
    • Rutgers School of Social Work, Rutgers University, Busch Campus Center, 604 Bartholomew Rd, Piscataway Township, NJ 08854

    “Let’s Talk Adoption”  Conference

    Saturday: April 1, 2017

    8:30 am - 4 pm


    Rutgers School of Social Work

    Rutgers University, Busch Campus Center

    604 Bartholomew Rd, Piscataway Township, NJ 08854


    7:45 - 8:30 am Registration, Check-in, Breakfast, Exhibits, Book Sales

    For schedule and to register:

    Or call 908-273- 5694


    Keynote speaker:

    Robert L. O'Connor, MSW, Assoc. Professor and Program Director

    Social Work Dept., Metropolitan State University, MN


    Blueprints and Battle Plans: Preparation for Building - a Modern Multi-Racial/Multi- Cultural Adoptive Family


    Workshop topics:

    • Adoptees, Pre and Post-Adoptive Parents and Foster Parents, Social Workers, Birth Parents, Educators
    • Openness in adoption

    - The New Jersey Adoptees Birthright Act

    - Multicultural and trans-racial adoptions

    - Citizenship Issues for Adoptees

    • Routes to adoption – private, agency, international, through the state

    - Foster and Kinship Care situations

    - Search and reunion topics

    - Issues of Loss for Adoptees

    • Attachment, trauma, developing connection, and general parenting issues

    - Personal stories from adoptees, adoptive parents and birth parents


    Plus over 30 workshops on pre-and post-adoptive issues Coordinated by Concerned Persons for

    Adoption co-sponsored by the NJ Inter-agency Adoption Council and Rutgers University School of

    Social Work: Institute For Families


    Early Registration Fee: $60 per person ($100/couple)

    Walk-in Registration Fee: $85 per person ($150/couple)

    Student Fee $30

    to register visit

    Or call 908-273- 5694


    Continuing Education Hours - NJ & PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, NJ

    Teachers Maximum 5 CEH Hours

    Provided by Rutgers University Office

    • 02 Apr 2017
    • Carman Hall, Columbia University, 545 West 114th Street (114th and Broadway), NY, NY 10027

    - What is CASPY - 

    Columbia University's Taiwanese American Students Association is hosting their annual Chinese Adopted Students Program for Youth (CASPY).

    CASPY is a program designed to engage adopted Chinese children from the ages 6 to 13 in activities focused on Asian culture and identity. By pairing college age "big siblings" with attendees, CASPY fosters a one-on-one learning environment that uses performances, discussions, and fun to provide children with an exciting and educational exploration of their heritage. Furthermore, there will also be a parent workshop with a panel of students sharing their experiences with identity, and answering questions.


    - Spring 2017 CASPY Info -

    DATE: Sunday, April 2nd

    TIME: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

    LOCATION: Carman Hall, Columbia University  

    545 West 114th Street (114th and Broadway) 

    New York, NY 10027

    REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, March 14th



    Please reach out to with any questions or concerns.


    - Tentative Schedule -

    09:30 to 10:30 am       Registration

    10:30 to 12:15 pm       Children's Activities + Parent Workshop

    12:15 to 01:00 pm       Lunch for Children & Buddies

    01:00 to 02:00 pm       Children's Activities + Group Discussion

    02:00 to 03:00 pm       Cultural Performances*

    03:00 to 03:30 pm       Farewells + Parent Pick-Up

    *Parents welcome to attend



    Angel and Ingrid,
    2017 Spring CASPY Chairs

    • 02 Apr 2017
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • 151 South Street Morristown NJ 07960

    Join FCC Northern NJ at Glassworks Studio to create fused glass art.  Choose your own projects from 50 choices including picture frame, sun catcher, bowl etc.  Projects start at $23.  If you choose a project that costs more than $23 you pay the difference.

    What is glass fusing?  Glass fusing is the process of melting glass layers together in a kiln.  You create the design in your own colors and shapes and pictures using small, colored pieces of glass on top of a clear base, like building a mosaic or collage.  Check out the Glassworks website for further info

    If you have any questions contact Maureen at

    • 12 Apr 2017
    • Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), 215 Centre St., New York, NY

    Join us for the Screening of

    TCG's #LegacyLeaders of Color Video Project

    featuring Tisa Chang!

    Wednesday, April 12, 2017 

    6:30PM Reception

    7:15PM Screening

    Followed by panel discussion


    Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) 

    215 Centre St., New York, NY


    Free admission!

    RSVP at

    seating is limited

    About the Legacy Leaders of Color Video Project

    Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, created the Legacy Leaders of Color Video Project (LLCVP) over a two-year period. TCG filmed a series of interviews chronicling the stories of founding leaders of theatres of color. 


    The interviews in the film reveal how these leaders were inspired to create opportunities lacking for artists of color; to challenge appropriation and misrepresentation through staging the full richness and complexity of racial, ethnic and cultural identities; to gain political power and creative autonomy; and to contribute their unique aesthetic and social perspectives to our culture. The LLCVP will serve as a road map for future theatre leaders and raise broader cultural awareness of the impact of theatres of color

    • 22 Apr 2017
    • Linsly-Chittenden Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT


    We are thrilled to announce the date for CASPY Spring 2017: Saturday, April 22, 2017  11AM - 4PM (tentatively) at Yale University's Linsly-Chittenden Hall  Please mark the date down on your calendars! Registration will go out in the next couple of weeks so do look out for that! In the meantime, please feel free to contact us at  if you have any questions, or any concerns.

    ABOUT CASPY-The Chinese Adopted Siblings Program for Youth, also known as CASPY, is a biannual cultural event held on Yale campus. Directed towards families with adopted Chinese children, it seeks to educate and inform both parents and children about the Chinese culture in a fun and relaxed setting.  Events are held at Yale University Campus in New Haven, CT

    • 09 May 2017
    • 11 Jun 2017
    • Franklin Square, 200 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA

    The Chinese Lantern Festival Returns To Franklin Square With All-New Lanterns This Spring

    Nearly 30 illuminated (and handcrafted!) lanterns fill the park for year two...


    Drumroll, please! After a super successful festival last year, the Chinese Lantern Festival is returning to Franklin Square this spring from May 9 to June 11, 2017.


    The popular festival welcomed more than 90,000 people from all 50 states and 10 countries during its first-ever festival in Philly (and the Northeast!) last year.

    This year, the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square returns to Philadelphia’s Historic District with all-new, handcrafted lanterns that illuminate when the sun sets — it’s truly a sight to see.


    • The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square returns from May 9 to June 11.
    • 29 handcrafted lanterns will fill the historic park.
    • The festival also promises themed performances and inspired food and drinks.

    From May 9 through June 11, the park will glow with 29 new (read: different lanterns than last year) handcrafted lanterns, including a newly rebuilt 200-foot Chinese dragon (a favorite lantern from last year) constructed by lantern artisans from China. Other lantern designs include a brand-new entrance gate, sea creatures, lions, pandas and mythological creatures.


    Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square

    When: May 9-June 11, 2017

    Where: Franklin Square, 200 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA

    Cost: Before 5 p.m., free; $17 for adults, $15 for seniors/military, $12 for youth ages 3-17 and free for children under 2


    more info at

    • 11 May 2017
    • TBD


    Save the Date May 11, 2017 for DAI Adoption Institute 14th annual Taste of Spring Food & Wine Benefit in NYC

    • 12 May 2017
    • 5:00 PM
    • The Met Fifth Avenue, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028

    Teens Take The Met!

    Ages 13–18

    FRIDAY / MAY 12, 2017

    5:00–8:00 P.M.

    Free for teens ages 13–18; Museum admission not required


    Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum including art making, performances, music, and more. Discover what you can also do at over 40 NYC cultural and community organizations this summer.

    Doors will open at 5 pm. Teens Take The Met! is free and open to all teens 13+ with a middle or high school ID. Just show up or RSVP now to get a free ticket to beat the line. Check out a video from a past Teens Take The Met!

    This event will be photographed, filmed, and/or recorded. By your presence at the event, you consent to the photography, filming, and use of your image and/or voice.


    The Met Fifth Avenue

    1000 Fifth Avenue

    New York, NY 10028

    • 20 May 2017
    • Kensico Dam Plaza, 1 Bronx River Parkway, Valhalla, NY

    20th Annual Asian American Heritage Festival


    Saturday May 20, 2017

    12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    free admission and plenty of free parking


    Kensico Dam Plaza

    1 Bronx River Parkway

    Valhalla, NY


    Come and enjoy an afternoon of entertainment featuring experts in traditional Asian dance and song and masters of acrobatics, the martial arts, including lion dancers. Professional artists share the stage with children’s dance troupes in beautiful traditional costumes. There will be plenty of activities for children such as face painting, calligraphy, Chinese paper cutting, Origami, and games.


    The Festival is organized by the OCA-Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter, sponsored by TD Bank, ArtsWestchester, NY Life and supported by the Westchester County Parks Department. Admission is free and plenty of free parking.  Food vendors on site as well.


    OCA Westchester & Hudson Valley

    The Festival is organized by the OCA-Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter, sponsored by TD Bank, the ArtsWestchester, and supported by the Westchester County Parks Department, the Chinese Schools and nonprofit organizations, Westchester corporations and local restaurants and businesses.


    For more info contact Dan,

    • 09 Jun 2017
    • 11 Jun 2017
    • Camp Ockanickon in Medford, NJ

    CAMP FCC 2017!

    June 9, 10 & 11, 2017 in Medford, NJ. 

    Hello Campers! 

    Registration for Camp FCC 2017 is now OPEN! 

    Please join us for our 16th annual family camp June 9-11, 2017 in beautiful Medford, NJ.

    If your complete registration packet is postmarked by March 15, 2017 there is a $10 discount per camper. 

    We sold out last year and had to turn campers away, so please register now!

    Visit our website for all of the details and to download registration materials.

    Questions?  You can email us at

    We hope to see you in June for our 16th year of family fun!

    Thank you,

    The Camp FCC 2017 Committee


    Camp FCC, where children enjoy cultural and educational programs along with physical activities in a safe, nurturing and fun environment.  Our positive camp environment provides a weekend of opportunities for self-discovery, friendships and cultural awareness.  Parents and children, camping together, will explore Chinese culture and positive adoption awareness in a relaxed, natural setting at Camp Ockanickon in Medford, NJ . This will be our 16th year and promises to be the best year yet!! 

    • 25 Jun 2017
    • 1:00 PM
    • LUNT-FONTANNE THEATER, 205 W 46th Street (B/t 8th Avenue & Broadway), NYC.
    Registration is closed


    Membership has its privileges!

    Special Offer for Families with Children from China

    Join us for
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    on Broadway

    WHEN: Sunday June 25, 2017 1:00 pm

    WHERE: LUNT-FONTANNE THEATER, 205 W 46th Street (Between 8th Avenue & Broadway). NYC.

    SPECIAL PRICE for FCC Families: $89 per ticket

    This price is available for a very limited time only! These orchestra seat tickets are normally $120 plus. Group rates go up on January 26th. Registration through January 25th. Quantities are limited and seats are first come first serve.

    You must have a current FCC Membership to register. Renew your membership by logging in at the top right.

    Contact Maureen at with any questions.

    • 28 Jul 2017
    • 31 Jul 2017
    • YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in western North Carolina at Black Mountain

    Hello FCC!

    Registrations open for Our Camp China in Black Mountain, NC. It is a culture camp filled with activities & speakers for both parents and children. Starts July 28th-31st this summer. This year will be our 13th year! 

    Camp China takes place at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in western North Carolina at Black Mountain. Nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains near Asheville, North Carolina, YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly is a full-service conference center situated on 1200 acres of woodland beautified by mountain streams, wildflowers, ridges, valleys and spectacular views.

    Registration is open now and your families can read all about camp at

    Rates:  adult $195, kids 5-12 $185, kids 2-4 $80

    plus housing fee



    Questions?  contact Carina Morto,

Past events

21 Mar 2017 DAI: Women, Adoption and Family - Reclaiming Our Narrative.
20 Mar 2017 Also-known-as Writing Workshop 3/20 in Manhattan
07 Mar 2017 The Adoption Tax Credit - Free Adoptive Families Webinar
06 Mar 2017 Also-known-as Monthly Dinner at Joe's Shanghai Midtown NYC
25 Feb 2017 FCC Chinese New Year Party in Warwick, NY
25 Feb 2017 Performing Arts Center of SUNY Purchase College CNY
25 Feb 2017 Also-known-as Family Game Day in Manhattan
24 Feb 2017 FCCYA: Monthly Eat Up
24 Feb 2017 FCC LI Tweens Skate
19 Feb 2017 FCCNY goes to the Guggenheim Museum
11 Feb 2017 FCC CNY Celebration at David Chen's Restaurant in Armonk, NY
11 Feb 2017 Year of the Rooster Celebration! at Brookfield Place New York
11 Feb 2017 FCC Lunar New Year Party at Dynasty Buffet in Saddle Brook, NJ
11 Feb 2017 CPC Brooklyn's Lunar New Year 4715 ‐ Year of the Rooster Celebration
11 Feb 2017 Lunar New Year Celebration 2/11 & 2/12 at Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn
11 Feb 2017 MOCA Lunar New Year Family Festival in NYC
10 Feb 2017 Brooklyn Museum Teen Night 2/10: Now You See Me
08 Feb 2017 MOCA Lunar Feast Fest 2017 at The Bowery Hotel NYC
05 Feb 2017 Rooster Shadow Puppet Workshop
05 Feb 2017 FCCNY Marches in Manhattan’s 18th Annual Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade
05 Feb 2017 FCC/OCA USPS 2017 LNY Rooster Stamp issue in West Nyack, NY
05 Feb 2017 The MET Fifth Avenue Lunar New Year Festival: Year of the Rooster
05 Feb 2017 18th Annual New York City Lunar New Year Parade & Festival
04 Feb 2017 FCC / OCALI March in Flushing Lunar New Year Parade in Queens
04 Feb 2017 Yale-China Lunarfest in New Haven, CT
04 Feb 2017 MOCAEATS: Dumpling Making Workshop in NYC
04 Feb 2017 Lunar New Year Celebration at Queens Zoo in Corona, NY
04 Feb 2017 Ring in the Year of the Rooster at the American Museum of Natural History
04 Feb 2017 Charles B. Wang Center Lunar New Year Festival in Stonybrook, NY
04 Feb 2017 China Institute Chinese New Year Celebration, Year of the Rooster
31 Jan 2017 The New York Philharmonic Chinese New Year Concert at Lincoln Center
29 Jan 2017 Lunar New Year Celebration at Staten Island Children's Museum
29 Jan 2017 Madison Street to Madison Avenue on UES Manhattan
29 Jan 2017 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company LNY Family Performance at NJPAC
29 Jan 2017 Japan Society New Year’s Celebration: Oshogatsu in NYC
29 Jan 2017 IAC in NYC: How to Talk to Your Child about Adoption: Infancy to Age 12 Workshop
28 Jan 2017 Chappaqua Library Chinese New Year Celebration in Chappaqua, NY
28 Jan 2017 Lunar New Year festivities at Pearl River Mart in NYC
28 Jan 2017 Flushing Town Hall Chinese New Year Temple Bazaar
28 Jan 2017 Doll T-shirts for the Chinese New Year in White Plains
28 Jan 2017 Chinese New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival in Sara D. Roosevelt Park NYC
28 Jan 2017 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company LNY Family Performance at NJPAC
28 Jan 2017 Family Day: Korean New Year at The Korean Society NYC
28 Jan 2017 Asia Society Family Lunar New Year Celebration in NYC
28 Jan 2017 Lunar New Year - Rooster
26 Jan 2017 FCCYA Eat Up / AKA Lunar New Year dinner
22 Jan 2017 Brooklyn Center of the Performing Arts LNY Celebration w Nai-Ni Chen Dance Co.
21 Jan 2017 Gladney Center for Adoption invites FCC to CNY Banquet at Jing Fong in NYC
17 Jan 2017 Also-known-as Adoptee Forum: Adoptee as Identity in NYC for 18yrs+
14 Jan 2017 Lunar New Year Celebration at Bronx Museum of the Arts
14 Jan 2017 Chinese culture and cooking class -- Taste of China
04 Jan 2017 FCCYA: Monthly Eat Up
27 Dec 2016 College+ Adoptee Rock Climbing Hangout
11 Dec 2016 OCA Annual Holiday General Membership Meeting in Albertson, NY
10 Dec 2016 Save the date December 10! 2016 NYCCC Open House in NYC
03 Dec 2016 FCC Goes to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
26 Nov 2016 College+ Adoptee Ice Skating Hangout
20 Nov 2016 2016 APC Adoption Conference at St. Francis College in Brooklyn
19 Nov 2016 FCC NNJ Game Night in Paramus, NJ
18 Nov 2016 Actress Kristin Davis on Interracial Adoption at The Greene Space NYC
17 Nov 2016 CASE Webinar: Transition from Foster Care to Adoption
15 Nov 2016 Also-known-as Writing Workshop: Open Letter in NYC
14 Nov 2016 Book Launch: Samuel Shem's AT THE HEART OF THE UNIVERSE with moderator Adam Pertman
13 Nov 2016 Rescheduled to Spring 2017: Author Talk: The Complexity of Chinese Adoptee Identities w/Andrea Louie
09 Nov 2016 Also-known-as Adoptee Forum: International Adoption and Racial/Cultural Identity
01 Nov 2016 Touching Home in China: In Search of Missing Girlhoods. Presentation and Q&A by Mother & Daughter
01 Nov 2016 FCCNY Westchester Club P.T.
29 Oct 2016 CASPY at Yale in New Haven, CT
26 Oct 2016 Mah Jongg in Jewish and Chinese Heritage at Museum of Jewish Heritage
24 Oct 2016 Also-known-as Adoptee Forum: Int'l Adoption & Racial/Cultural Identity
21 Oct 2016 OCA-LI's 35th Anniversary Dinner Dance Gala in Flushing, NY
19 Oct 2016 Pact: ADOPTEES SPEAK Screening & Discussion in Brooklyn
18 Oct 2016 NYC Teen Design Fair 2016 at Cooper Hewitt
15 Oct 2016 FCCNY International Pen Pal Program
10 Oct 2016 HERSTORY: Chinese-American Women, 165 Years of Struggle and Success at Chatham Square Branch of the New York Public Library
08 Oct 2016 MOCA's Journey Wall Celebration in NYC Chinatown
04 Oct 2016 Free tickets for FCC to CHINESE VARIETY SHOW at Tribeca Performing Arts Center
04 Oct 2016 Joyce Xi: Racial profiling of Asian American scientists
02 Oct 2016 "Private Danny Chen Way" Public Commemoration at PS 130 NYC Chinatown
01 Oct 2016 March w AKA in 36th Annual Korean Day Parade
25 Sep 2016 CITY OF SCIENCE in Queens
24 Sep 2016 Dr. Oh Myo Kim: Key Lessons for FCC Families from Two Recent Studies on the Racial and Ethnic Identity Development of International and Interracial Adoptees
18 Sep 2016 Chef One NYC Dumpling Festival in Sara D. Roosevelt Park, NYC
18 Sep 2016 AACCU International Multi-Arts Festival in Commack, NY
17 Sep 2016 FCCNE: What is it Like to Find your Birth Parents? in Cambridge MA.
17 Sep 2016 MOCA Mid-Autumn Moon Family Festival in NYC
17 Sep 2016 FCC/OCA Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Picnic at Belmont Lake Park in North Babylon, NY
16 Sep 2016 Support Group for Parents
15 Sep 2016 Webinar: Coping Strategies for Anxious Kids, What Parents Need to Know
11 Sep 2016 FCC/OCA ANNUAL SUMMER FAMILY PICNIC in Van Saun Co Park, Paramus, NJ
10 Sep 2016 China institute Mid-Autumn Festival & Open House in NYC
10 Sep 2016 FCC 2016-2017 Westchester Girls Alliance
13 Aug 2016 ADOPTEEN Adoptstronauts Weekend Retreat in Conifer, CO
13 Aug 2016 MOCA Dragon Boat Family Festival in NYC
11 Aug 2016 OCA’s 10th Annual Hate Crimes Prevention Art Exhibit Opening at MOCA
11 Aug 2016 Holt International Adoptee DAY Camp for ages 5-8yrs & parents at Camp Perlman in Lake Como, PA
07 Aug 2016 Holt International Adoptee Camp at Perlman Camp in Lake Como, PA
06 Aug 2016 New York Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in Meadows Lake-Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY
03 Aug 2016 ADOPTEEN Camp-Conference at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. for ages 13+
01 Aug 2016 Laurel Project NYC Chinatown Summer Camp 2016
29 Jul 2016 Camp China in Black Mountain, NC
25 Jul 2016 Camp Friendship CHINA in Stirling, NJ
22 Jul 2016 Dinner Cruise around Manhattan FCC + OCA
22 Jul 2016 OCA Convention B3 Leadership Program for YA
22 Jul 2016 FCC Day at OCA's National Convention in Jersey City
21 Jul 2016 OCA Convention Youth Track
21 Jul 2016 OCA Convention College Program
18 Jul 2016 Camp Friendship KOREA in Stirling, NJ
16 Jul 2016 FCC/OCA Westchester Summer Family Picnic in Yorktown Heights, NY
14 Jul 2016 ADOPTEEN Summer Adoptees Giving Back Orphanage Service Trip to Anhui Province, China for ages 15+
11 Jul 2016 Central NY Chinese Culture Center Camp 7/11 – 7/15 in Syracuse, NY
10 Jul 2016 China Institute Summer Study in China 2016
06 Jul 2016 Free* China Heritage Tour of Beijing for FCCNY Members
03 Jul 2016 Camp Clio in Lyme, CT
03 Jul 2016 PACT Family Camp in Tahoe City, CA
30 Jun 2016 ADOPTEEN Camp-Conference at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., Canada for ages 13+
26 Jun 2016 Dance to China - NYCCC 42nd Annual School of the Arts Student Recital
25 Jun 2016 Special FCC talk w Prof. Kay Johnson, author of China’s Hidden Children: Abandonment, Adoption, and the Human Costs of the One-Child Policy
24 Jun 2016 KAAN 2016 Conference in Pittsburgh, PA
24 Jun 2016 Xian Orphanage Volunteer Trip w Ming Hua He, director of Chinese Cultural Exchange
23 Jun 2016 NEW! Mandarin Meetup at China Institute: Practice Chinese for FREE!
22 Jun 2016 PACT WEBINAR: Deciding to Adopt a Child of Color
21 Jun 2016 NIGHT AT THE MUSEUMS in Lower Manhattan - FREE!
19 Jun 2016 Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas Festival
18 Jun 2016 Laurel Project End of Year Dance Recital at PS124 in NYC Chinatown
15 Jun 2016 PACT WEBINAR: Introducing the Adoption Conversation
11 Jun 2016 FCC to WEST SIDE STORY Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ
10 Jun 2016 Fifteenth Annual Camp FCC at Camp Ockanickon in Medford, NJ
09 Jun 2016 9th Biennial Adoption Conference in Montclair, NJ
09 Jun 2016 China Institute Summer Day Camp/Fall Semester Open House
03 Jun 2016 Forever Families Weekend: Jewish Families Touched by Adoption
03 Jun 2016 NYCCC Free performance 6/3 at Flushing Town Hall & summer classes in Flushing
31 May 2016 Dillon International's Visit China Tour
28 May 2016 ADOPTEEN Adoptstronauts: Moonwalk - Yosemite National Park *for ages 18+*
21 May 2016 FCC Goes to Citi Field - NYMets vs Milwaukee Brewers
21 May 2016 APC meting: The Journey of Open Adoption in Brooklyn Heights
21 May 2016 19th Asian American Heritage Festival in Valhalla, NY
21 May 2016 Seventh Annual Asian American Festival in Port Washington, NY
20 May 2016 Teen Night: Teens Take the Met! for Ages 13–18
19 May 2016 Free AF Webinar: Growing Up as a Transracial Adoptee:What Parents Need to Know
14 May 2016 Eight Annual Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration
14 May 2016 OCA – WHV Presents 9th Annual Rising Stars Concert in Chappaqua, NY
11 May 2016 "He Named Me Malala" Screening in DUMBO Brooklyn
07 May 2016 OCA LI invites FCC families to Open House Meeting in Albertson, NY
05 May 2016 Changing Landscape: NYSCCC's 27th Foster Care and Adoption Conference in Albany, NY
05 May 2016 ALP Live Webinar: RAISING BLACK BOYS
23 Apr 2016 VOLUNTEER: Good Earth Day in Chinatown
23 Apr 2016 CASPY at Yale: for kids, teens & parents
22 Apr 2016 A Complete Guide To The First-Ever Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival
22 Apr 2016 AKA 20th Anniversary in NYC
16 Apr 2016 FCC Dumpling Making II w Virginia Ng President of OCA NJ in Paramus, NJ
16 Apr 2016 CASPY at COLUMBIA Spring 2016
16 Apr 2016 VOLUNTEER: Good Earth Day in Chinatown
16 Apr 2016 Adoptive Parents Committee Mini-Conference in Port Chester, NY
11 Apr 2016 FCC: Identity Matters: Quest for the "Authentic" Self w Dr. Amanda Baden
07 Apr 2016 FREE Screening Straightlaced: How Gender’s Got Us All Tied Up in Brooklyn Hgts
18 Mar 2016 ADOPTEEN Adoptstronauts: Expedition Guizhou, China *for ages 18+*
13 Mar 2016 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company returns to Flushing Town Hall
09 Mar 2016 Adoptive Families Free Webinar: Parenting the Hurt Child w Regina M. Kupecky, LSW
08 Mar 2016 Open House: Director Changzhou, staff Lianyungang, Wuxi & Suzhou in Poughkeepsie, NY
05 Mar 2016 Touching Home in China: A Professional Development Workshop for Grades 6-12 Educators
28 Feb 2016 FCC CNY Celebration at David Chen's in Armonk, NY
28 Feb 2016 Flushing Town Hall: Monkey Mask Decorating Workshop
27 Feb 2016 SOLD OUT! FCC CNY Celebration at 23 Buffet in Pompton Plains, NJ
25 Feb 2016 Music From China & Talujon Percussion at LeFrak Concert Hall Queens College
24 Feb 2016 Lecture & Demonstration: Ballet in China: From Swan Lake to "Red" Ballets
21 Feb 2016 Spence-Chapin Lunar New Year Celebration in South Orange, NJ
21 Feb 2016 Spotlight Asia: Ring in the Year of the Monkey at American Museum of Natural History
21 Feb 2016 Flushing Town Hall: Calligraphy on Chinese Silk Fans
20 Feb 2016 Flushing Town Hall’s 2nd annual Chinese New Year Temple Bazaar
20 Feb 2016 FCC Teen Skin Care & Make-Up Workshop for Girls 13-18yrs
20 Feb 2016 Museum of Chinese in America Lunar New Year Family Festival!
14 Feb 2016 FCC Marches in Manhattan’s 17th Annual Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade
13 Feb 2016 FCC / OCA Pre-Parade Breakfast and marching in Flushing's "Year of the Monkey" Lunar New Year Parade
13 Feb 2016 Celebrate Chinese New Year at Central Library in Brooklyn
13 Feb 2016 China Institute Chinese New Year Family Celebration: The Year of The Monkey
11 Feb 2016 Free tkts for FCC: Cultures of China LNY Festival in Tribeca Manhattan
11 Feb 2016 Asians Wear Clothes on the Internet at Asian American Writers’ Wrksp NYC
10 Feb 2016 Tong Ren Tang Chinese New Year Spectacular
08 Feb 2016 Cultural Festival Performance at Queens Crossing, Flushing
08 Feb 2016 Lunar New Year of the Monkey
07 Feb 2016 Lunar New Year of the Monkey Celebration w Nai Ni Chen Dance Company at NJPAC in Newark, NJ
06 Feb 2016 LUNARFEST at Yale in New Haven, CT
06 Feb 2016 FCC Chinese New Year Celebration in Warwick, NY
06 Feb 2016 FCC / OCA celebrate 2016 LNY Stamp in West Nyack, NY
06 Feb 2016 FCC/New Beginnings CNY Banquet in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
06 Feb 2016 MOCACREATE: Museum Makeover! in NYC
06 Feb 2016 Chinese New Year at Charles B. Wang Center Theatre in Stony Brook, NY
06 Feb 2016 FCC Goes to New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center
06 Feb 2016 NYCCC 2016 Lunar New Year Celebration in NYC
06 Feb 2016 Lunar New Year of the Monkey Celebration w Nai Ni Chen Dance Company at NJPAC in Newark, NJ
06 Feb 2016 Metropolitan Museum of Art Lunar New Year: Year of the Monkey in NYC
06 Feb 2016 Losar Family Day Himalayan New Year Celebration at Rubin Museum of Art NYC
06 Feb 2016 Asia Society Family Day: Moon Over Manhattan! Celebrate Lunar New Year in NYC
05 Feb 2016 Year of the Monkey New Year Stamp Unveiling in Jamaica, NY
31 Jan 2016 Spence-Chapin Chinese New Year Family Celebration in Manhattan
31 Jan 2016 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company Lunar New Year Celebration at Brooklyn College
30 Jan 2016 FCC: LET’S TALK about Birth Parents in China
30 Jan 2016 Decoding the Year of the Monkey with the Chinese Almanac at MOCA
30 Jan 2016 Family Day: Korean New Year at Korea Society
30 Jan 2016 WACA 2016 Annual Celebration in New Rochelle, NY
24 Jan 2016 New Year’s Celebration: Oshogatsu at Japan Society
24 Jan 2016 IAC Adoption & the College Admissions Process Workshop
17 Jan 2016 IAC: Living as a Trans-racial Family Formed by Adoption Workshop
16 Jan 2016 FCC Dumpling Making w Virginia Ng President of OCA NJ in Paramus, NJ
16 Jan 2016 Adopteen Midpoint Retreat in Conyers, GA
10 Jan 2016 FCC to George Takei ALLEGIANCE in NYC
19 Dec 2015 NYCCC School of the Arts Open House in NYC
13 Dec 2015 Lotus Travel Winter Break China Homeland Heritage Tour
12 Dec 2015 Also-Known-As Teen Networking Event: Connecting Across the Ages in Manhattan
11 Dec 2015 Also-Known-As, Inc. Holiday Party in NYC
09 Dec 2015 China Institute Gourmet Cuisine Circle in NYC
01 Dec 2015 Jewish Refugees in Shanghai Photo Exhibit Opening 12/1 in Harrison, NY
22 Nov 2015 APC Adoption Conference at St. Francis College in Brooklyn
21 Nov 2015 OCA/AARP: Navigating the Caregiver’s Maze at MOCA
21 Nov 2015 FIND ME Documentary Film screening at Syracuse University
19 Nov 2015 webinar-Heritage Travel 101: aka: Emotional Planning and Practical Preparations for Birth Country Visits
16 Nov 2015 Lost Lit Adoption Writing Workshop Series in Brooklyn
15 Nov 2015 FCC Bingo & Pizza Party in Paramus, NJ
15 Nov 2015 New Jersey's 34th Annual “Let’s Talk Adoption”Conference at at Rutgers University in Piscataway, NJ
14 Nov 2015 ASPIRE FORUM: Speak Out “Who AM I” for Asian Women in HS & College
14 Nov 2015 FCC goes to Carousel for Kids! in Manhattan
14 Nov 2015 Yale CASPY Fall 2015 in New Haven, CT
10 Nov 2015 Also-known-as Adoptee (ages 18+) Dinner in NYC
08 Nov 2015 FCC Fall Ladies Luncheon in Elmont, NY
05 Nov 2015 Webinar: Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation
03 Nov 2015 China's Millennials: The Want Generation with Eric Fish
28 Oct 2015 IN CONVERSATION: Mimi Sheraton and Gabrielle Hamilton in NYC
27 Oct 2015 Bullying in Disguise:Understanding How Microaggressions Impact Asian Americans & Our Youth
25 Oct 2015 IAC Living as a Trans-racial Family Formed by Adoption Workshop
25 Oct 2015 FCC Fall Festival (aka Halloween Party) in Commack, NY
25 Oct 2015 FCCNE: What do we know about birth parents in China? Adoptee Discussion Wksp in Cambridge, MA
24 Oct 2015 China Institute Book Launch Party & Family Festival
24 Oct 2015 FCC/OCA Anti-bullying Workshop in Manhattan
23 Oct 2015 OCA-Long Island 34th Anniversary Gala & Dinner Dance in Flushing
22 Oct 2015 ADOPTING AN IDENTITY with Lee Herrick, Tracy O’Neill, Matthew Salesses, Sung J. Woo, and Shinhee Han
18 Oct 2015 Autumn Moon Festival & Lantern Parade at Lief Erikson Park in Sunset ParkBrooklyn
17 Oct 2015 BCA China Care LANTERN & SPIRIT FESTIVAL in Hackensack, NJ
16 Oct 2015 Film: OFF THE MENU at NYU Cantor Film Center, NYC
16 Oct 2015 FCC Girls Connect Program 2015-2016 in Manhattan
12 Oct 2015 Asian American Women Writers Reading/ Talk - Marie Myung-Ok Lee & Susan Ito in Brooklyn
06 Oct 2015 AF free webinar: Adoption at School
04 Oct 2015 IAC How to Talk to a Child About Adoption: Infancy to 12 Years
03 Oct 2015 Multinational Cultural Festival of NY in Commack, NY
03 Oct 2015 Poetry & Kite Building Workshop at Poets House, NYC
30 Sep 2015 China Institute Gourmet Cuisine Circle
29 Sep 2015 MOCAEATS: The Essential Techniques of Authentic Chinese Cooking
29 Sep 2015 NYSCCC Fundraiser: TOUGH LOVE Documentary in Manhattan
26 Sep 2015 FCC Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Picnic in Pascone Park, Ardsley NY
26 Sep 2015 FCC Mid-Autumn Festival 2015 at Hammond Museum in North Salem, NY
24 Sep 2015 Free AF Webinar : Adoption Costs—What to Expect and How to Meet Them
20 Sep 2015 FCC Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Picnic in North Babylon, NY
20 Sep 2015 AFCAF/NY Bi-Annual Brooklyn Brunch in Prospect Park
19 Sep 2015 China Institute UES Open House for Children & Adults
19 Sep 2015 MOCA Mid-Autumn Moon Family Festival in Manhattan
12 Sep 2015 Lifebook Workshop with Spence-Chapin Family Services
12 Sep 2015 FCC 2015-2016 Westchester Girls Alliance
12 Sep 2015 China Institute Fall Family Festival in Downtown Manhattan
06 Sep 2015 FCC / OCA Annual Summer Family Picnic in Paramus, NJ
05 Sep 2015 Mid-Autumn Moon Festival in NYC Chinatown
13 Aug 2015 OCA’s 9th Annual Hate Crimes Prevention Art Exhibit Opening
08 Aug 2015 HK Dragonboat Races & Festival in Flushing Meadow Park
02 Aug 2015 Holt Adoptee Camp at Camp Perlman, Lake Como, PA
02 Aug 2015 Chinese American Night 8/2 at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, NY
23 Jul 2015 Asian American Int'l Film Festival in NYC
22 Jul 2015 AF Expert Q&A Webinar: Parenting After Transracial Adoption w Beth Hall
19 Jul 2015 Join OCA-LI for SAYONARA in NYC
17 Jul 2015 TWINSTERS screening at AMC Empire in NYC
14 Jul 2015 Screening of YOU FOLLOW: a search for one’s past in NYC
13 Jul 2015 FCC Dutchess/Ulster Chinese Culture Camp in New Paltz, NY
09 Jul 2015 ALP: Int'l Search & Reunion: w Joy Lieberthal & Susan Soonkeum Cox
02 Jul 2015 Pact Family Camp 2015: Putting It All Together: Adoption, Race & Family
27 Jun 2015 FCC/OCA Long Island Family Dim Sum Get-Together in Flushing
27 Jun 2015 FCCNY Private Tour-CHINA: Through the Looking Glass at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
27 Jun 2015 MOCAFAMILY: Dragon Boat Family Festival in NYC
20 Jun 2015 Also-known-as Summer Kick-Off BBQ
20 Jun 2015 BCA China Care Dumplings Playgroup
16 Jun 2015 China Institute Culinary Program in NYC
14 Jun 2015 FCC BYO Picnic in Belmont State Park
14 Jun 2015 IAC: How to Talk to Kids about Adoption: Infancy to Age 12
13 Jun 2015 FCC Goes to CitiField - New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves
10 Jun 2015 PACT WEBINAR: What Parents of Adopted Adolescents Need to Know
07 Jun 2015 FCC/OCA Museum of Chinese in America Tour
07 Jun 2015 Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival — and introducing Empanadas!
05 Jun 2015 Camp FCC 2015 at Camp Ockanickon, Medford, NJ
05 Jun 2015 Forever Families Weekend for Jewish Families Touched by Adoption
04 Jun 2015 MOCA: Asians Never Fail: Connecting History, Identity, & the Model Minority
30 May 2015 18th Annual Asian American Heritage Festival in Valhalla, NY
24 May 2015 FCC to Ever After: The Enchanting Love Story at Paper Mill Playhouse
20 May 2015 FCC: ADOPTION PARENTING and MENTAL HEALTH PREPAREDNESS: Talking with Your Teen about Depression, Suicidal Thoughts, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, and Other Challenges
18 May 2015 Also-known-as Adoptee Talk: Amanda Baden Hosts Conversation on Race & Identity
17 May 2015 ALL TOGETHER NOW (ATN) Spring 2015
16 May 2015 FCC at Asian-American Festival in Port Washington, NY
13 May 2015 PACT WEBINAR: Transracial Adoption: Breaking the Racial Sound Barrier
08 May 2015 FCCNY Girls Connect in Manhattan
07 May 2015 China: Through the Looking Glass at Metropolitan Museum of Art
07 May 2015 ALP Live Webinar-Identity in Adoption: Mirrors and Windows
03 May 2015 36th Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival in NYC Chinatown
25 Apr 2015 Sakura Matsuri at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
24 Apr 2015 MOCAFILMS: Sneak Preview of Chinese Couplets
18 Apr 2015 APC 4th Annual Adoption Mini-Conference 4/18 in Scarsdale, NY
18 Apr 2015 Yale CASPY in New Haven, CT
17 Apr 2015 FCCNY Girls Connect in Manhattan
12 Apr 2015 ALL TOGETHER NOW (ATN) Spring 2015
12 Apr 2015 MOCACITIZEN:Uncovering My Family Story with Amy Chin
11 Apr 2015 MOCAFAMILY: Qing Ming Family Festival!
08 Apr 2015 PACT WEBINAR: What Adopted Children Ages Ten to Twelve years old (and their Parents) Need to Know
28 Mar 2015 Spring CASPY at Columbia University
27 Mar 2015 Lecture: Modern Societal Impacts of the Model Minority Stereotype
22 Mar 2015 FCC/OCA Tour w Amy Chin: Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion NYC
21 Mar 2015 A Little Day About Adoption in NYC w Pavao & Lowinger
20 Mar 2015 FCCNY Girls Connect in Manhattan
15 Mar 2015 ALL TOGETHER NOW (ATN) Spring 2015
14 Mar 2015 FCC Celebrate the Year of the Sheep in Pompton Plains, NJ
13 Mar 2015 ASIA WEEK NEW YORK A Celebration of Asian Art
10 Mar 2015 FRESH OFF THE BOAT Screening and Talkback
08 Mar 2015 FCC Lunar New Year Party in Armonk, NY
08 Mar 2015 Laurel Project Lunar New Year Show at PS1 in Chinatown NYC
07 Mar 2015 Flushing Town Hall LNY Family Workshops: Asian Fan Dance
05 Mar 2015 FCC 30% discount: The Legend of Mulan at Lincoln Center NYC
01 Mar 2015 Flushing Town Hall LNY Family Workshops: Calligraphy in Queens NY
01 Mar 2015 LNY Celebration of Chinese Traditional Arts in White Plains, NY
28 Feb 2015 New Beginnings: Lunar New Year Festival at Metropolitan Museum of Art
28 Feb 2015 NYCCC at Metropolitan Museum of Art
27 Feb 2015 FCCNY Girls Connect in Manhattan
24 Feb 2015 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company at Josie Robinson Plaza at Lincoln Center in NYC
24 Feb 2015 NYU screening discussion: FRESH OFF THE BOAT
22 Feb 2015 FCC Marches in Manhattan 16th Annual Chinatown LNY Parade
22 Feb 2015 Spence-Chapin Chinese New Year Family Celebration in NYC
22 Feb 2015 AMAZING MANDARIN Lunar New Year Celebration in Albertson, NY
22 Feb 2015 Losar Family Day: Himalayan New Year Fest at Rubin Museum of Art
22 Feb 2015 China Institute Chinese New Year Family Celebration in NYC
22 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
21 Feb 2015 BCA China Care Dumplings Playgroup in Hackensack, NJ
21 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
21 Feb 2015 NYCCC at Bronx Museum
21 Feb 2015 FCC marching in Flushing LNY Parade in Queens, NY
20 Feb 2015 NYCCC at Brooklyn Museum
16 Feb 2015 NYCCC at New-York Historical Society Museum & Library
15 Feb 2015 Join OCA/FCC to Celebrate the new LNY stamp in West Nyack, NY
15 Feb 2015 The Confucius Institute Chinese New Year Celebration in Stonybrook, NY
15 Feb 2015 FCC Celebrate the Year of the Sheep in Warwick, NY
15 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
15 Feb 2015 NYCCC at Queens Museum of Arts
14 Feb 2015 Lunar New Year Bazaar at Flushing Town Hall
14 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
11 Feb 2015 Pact WEBINAR: What Adopted Children Ages Two to Five years old (and their Parents) Need to Know At Different Ages and Stages
11 Feb 2015 Concert: Celebrate Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Northport, NY
08 Feb 2015 ALL TOGETHER NOW (ATN) Spring 2015
08 Feb 2015 NYCCC at the Children's Museum of the Arts in NYC
08 Feb 2015 NYCCC Martial Arts Workshop at NY Historical Society
08 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
07 Feb 2015 China Institute Summer Study in China Open House in NYC
07 Feb 2015 WACA Chinese New Year Celebration in White Plains, NY
07 Feb 2015 FCC Lunar New Year Banquet in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
07 Feb 2015 A Little Day About Adoption in NYC w Pavao & Lowinger
07 Feb 2015 MOCA Walking Tour: Preparing for the New Year in Chinatown
03 Feb 2015 Year of the Sheep T Shirt Sale - Art to Wear To Support Orphanage Assistance
03 Feb 2015 The World of Extreme Happiness 2/3-3/29 at NY City Center
31 Jan 2015 Korea Society Family Day: Korean New Year in NYC
28 Jan 2015 MODERN FAMILY CENTER AT SPENCE-CHAPIN: Search and Reunion: Where to Begin
26 Jan 2015 Also-known-as Adoptee Talk for 18yrs+ in NYC
25 Jan 2015 Nai-Ni Chen Dance Co LNY Fest at Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
25 Jan 2015 JAPAN SOCIETY New Year’s Celebration: Oshogatsu in NYC
18 Jan 2015 Birth Mother search
12 Dec 2014 FCC Girls Connect Program
01 Oct 2014 FCC GUANYIN PROJECT VI 2014-2015
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