Mosaic 2007

Thanks to the hard work of our members and friends who volunteered their
time, the Chinese pavilion was a huge success again this year!!  The
Chinese pavilion not only shows that the Chinese community contributes to
the well being of Regina, it also provides a good chance for our young
people to appreciate and understand our culture. Many new friendships are
established and new ideas to promote our culture are developed.  Thank you
once again and see you next year!


More pictures at (下列網站還有大量中國館照片):

http://family.webshots.com/album/559304619qJmuqi

 


 

It was Chinese New Year all over again at Souls Harbor Rescue Mission on
Wednesday, March 14, 2007.  The RCCA celebrated Chinese New Year with more
than 300 of Regina's less fortunate with Chinese food donated by several
local Chinese restaurants.  The Mission's visitors had a good meal and
learned about the Chinese culture while the young helpers from our member
families gained precious experience in helping others.

Special thanks to Dr. Ooi who initiated this event and all the members and
friends who helped in serving tables, washing dishes and cleaning up.  We
also sincerely thank Angkor, Lee's Chop Suey, Newtown, Peking House, 
Regency Palace, Viet Thai, Little Saigon, Dr. Poon and Dr. Ooi  for donating food for this event.


 


Chinese New Year Celebration

700 of RCCA members and friends gathered on Chinese New Year Eve (Feb 17, 2007) at the Regina Delta Hotel to celebrate the Year of the Golden Pig.  After a delicious supper, Denise Wong gave a welcome speech to start the program, followed by greetings by representatives from 3 levels of government, lion dance, folk dances, martial demonstrations and singing performance. It was a joyous evening and Cong Hee Fat Choi to all of you!!!

 

More pictures from the celebration (photos by Tom Hum)

 


RCCA Christmas Party

Another successful event has come and gone.  The annual RCCA Christmas party was held at the Victoria Club on Sunday, December 10th, 2006.

120 people attended the delicious turkey dinner.  The new venue had a great atmosphere and the caterers did an excellent job preparing plenty of food for everyone to enjoy.  Even Santa took time out of his busy schedule to have some turkey and hand out gifts to all children age 11 and younger.  For the older children and adults there were so many door prizes that almost every family took home a gift.  This festive event was an excellent opportunity for both members and non-members to get to know one another and make new friendships.

The Board of Directors wishes you and your family a Merry Christmas!

 

 

More Pictures from the Party  and  photo by Francis Chow