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Public ArtDoyers Street Seasonal Street 
2018 Public Art Opportunity 
Request for Proposals

The Chinatown District Management Association (Chinatown BID) welcomes artists from the community to submit proposals for an upcoming public art project on Doyers St. This project seeks to commemorate the life and accomplishments of Mabel Lee, a suffragette and the first female Asian-American graduate of Columbia University, after whom the Doyers Street Post Office will soon be named after. The proposal should include a public art element that will be placed directly on the street using pre-approved materials. The design should be colorful and creative, as well as directly reflective of Chinatown's character and pay homage to Mabel Lee.
RFP Bidders Meeting
Friday, May 18, 2018
12:30pm to 1:30pm 
75 East Broadway, Basement Level, Room B7
Submission Deadline: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 

About Mabel Lee
Asian American Women Who Make a Difference

Sunday, May 20, 2018, 11AM to 4PM
Mott Street, between Canal Street and Worth Street

New York's Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration is the nation's longest running festival celebrating Asian diversity and participation in community events. It is the nation's most prestigious such event and dedicated to celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander identity. This year's theme is celebrating "The Year of the D.O.G - Do! Organize! Give!" We encourage everyone to come out, meet participating nonprofit organizations, and DO/ORGANIZE/GIVE to a cause that you feel most passionately about!

Stage Program (40 Mott Street) 
11am, Soh Daiko
11:30am, Si-Yo Music Society Foundation
12pm, NY Chinese Cultural Center
12:30pm, Greetings
1pm, KNG Dance Co.
1:30pm, Pamela J. Powell
2pm, Interstate
2:30pm, Jiva Performing Arts
3pm, Lei Pasifika 
3:30pm, Vivi's Bubble Dream 
More info: www.capaonline.org | #CAPA39 #WeekendWalks 

Program made possible by NYC DOT Weekend Walks
2nd Joint CDMA/CPLDC Benefit & Awards Gala

Thursday, June 28, 2018, 7pm
Jing Fong Restaurant
20 Elizabeth Street, Manhattan
At our joint gala, we will be saluting those who have made Chinatown and our city a better place to live, work, and visit. The Chinatown District Management Association (CDMA) and Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation (CPLDC) are delighted to honor and recognize the following individuals and organizations for their outstanding contributions and unwavering commitment to our community:
  • Apex for Youth
    Recruits working professionals to volunteer and become positive role models who inspire youth to expand their horizons to underserved Asian and immigrant youth from low-income families in New York City.
  • Families with Children from China
    Connects families formed through adoption from China, promotes cultural understanding, and fundraises through Orphanage Assistance Program to help provide foster care and education.
  • Ms. Norma Chu
    Multi-talented community leader and teacher. As an educator in New York City for 30 years, she volunteers tirelessly for the larger community; helped design and manage social programs to improve the lives of immigrants while a board member of the Chinese-American Planning Council; and continues to donate her time to mentor others.
  • Mr. Tony Chuy
    President of Non Hoy & Sun Tak Association. Served 21 years in active and reserve duty in the U.S. Navy. Served at the New York City Department of Correction until his recent retirement and became the Department's first Chinese self-defense instructor. Has tirelessly promoted traditional Chinese martial arts, culture and philosophy for over 30 years through his martial art school.
  • Mr. Yui Shing Lee
    Senior Advisor of Hok Shan Association. Has dedicated himself to serving and advocating for the betterment of the community, and has led the Hok Shan Society over five decades. A renowned, avid photographer and philanthropist. He has auctioned off his award-winning photos and donated all proceeds to benefit the community.
During these challenging economic times, it is even now more crucial to have your support in order to continue to provide essential services and programs to Chinatown. Funding for our general operating budget is limited, and your generous donation will help to sustain our efforts.

We are proud of our work and accomplishments on behalf of our community. Much of the successes of the CDMA and CPLDC would not be possible without our dedicated staff, volunteers, community partners, individual and corporate supporters. Your continued support through the purchase of a gala ticket, table or journal ad is greatly appreciated.  
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you on June 28th!
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