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Art • Poetry • Music, it’s all in the name: it’s a singular spectacular that celebrates the visual, the lyrical, and the musical. Opera Carolina’s annual benefit concert, Art • Poetry • Music (APM) entered its fifth season on October 21, 2017 and celebrated world culture through its unique mix of art forms at the Holton Theater as it has in the previous four years. The fifth season of APM was a collaboration between Opera Carolina, Chun University, and the Asian Herald that also included the presentations of the Asian Herald Award and Jian Dong Award. The APM concert is the brainchild of Charlotte’s Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun. A longtime advocate and Board Member of Opera Carolina, Dr. Chun approached Maestro James Meena, Opera Carolina’s General Director and Principal Conductor, with an idea to tap into Charlotte's growing Asian community by bringing together different Asian talents to create a type of concert that would be new to Charlotte. After a great deal of careful thought and discussion to expanding the company's outreach, the APM benefit concert was born. The inaugural APM coincided with the Grand Opening of the Knight Theater on September 12, 2013. The program was featured a totally new showcase of performances of grand opera selections by nine world-famous opera singers and traditional Korean and Chinese songs. Live-feed projected interpretive calligraphy, a first for Charlotte, by Chinese master calligrapher Dr. Hong Zhao was also featured. This year’s APM concert was held at the Holton Theater and included performances by several internationally celebrated opera singers, the Chun University Community Choir, as well as Chinese poetry readings by students of one of Charlotte’s Chinese immersion programs. Dr. Gregory Thompson, praised by The New York Times for his ability to “make a melodic line sing and inflect it with delicate rubato effects” played the piano accompaniment for several pieces for the evening. Also featured were performances by the Chun University Asian Choir conducted by Professor Ki-Hoon Cha, and

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accompanied by Haley Kim on piano, Tanja Bechtler on violin, and Elise Tucker on the cello. The evening was opened by FrenchCanadian soprano Magali Simard-Galdés with “Salut à la France” from Gaetano Donizetti’s La Fille du Regiment. Ms. Galdes is a three-time winner of the Canadian Music Competition in voice, and a regional finalist of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. She also performed the part of Roxanne in David Dichiera’s CYRANO at Opera Carolina this past November. Following a greeting and a brief history of APM from Maestro James Meena, lyric soprano Yunah Lee performed the Korean Folk Song “Weaving Song.” Yunah Lee is familiar to Charlotteans from her spell-binding leading role performances in Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly as Madame Butterfly and Mozart’s The Magic Flute as Princess Pamina in 2008 and 2010. The evening continued with a steady stream of captivating performances. American Mezzo-Soprano Maariana Vikse performed “O Don Fatale” from Giuseppe Verde’s La Forza del Destino. Ms. Vikse also performed in CYRANO as Duenna. Tenor Brian Arreola, described as a “robust Italian tenor” by the Washington Post, sang “I Love You, China” in Mandarin Chinese. BassBaritone Carl DuPont who is a vocalist equally engaged in teaching, performing, and research sang “Aprite un po quell’occhi” from Le nozze di Figaro. He is in CYRANO as a Marquis de Brisaille. Tenor Yi Li, who is known as a formidable talent and a rising star in the opera world, sang “Pourquoi me Revellier” from Werther. Tenor Yi Li is quickly gaining attention in the lyric tenor repertoire and his schedule for the performance is endless at present. He also performed “O fond du Temple saint” from the Pearl Fishers in duet with Carl DuPont. The pair sang an exceptional performance in magnificent harmony. Poetry readings by gifted students included “Mo li hua,” a traditional folk song, read by Ms. Kaylee Schwanke, as well as “Swan Geese” read by Jordana Morinos and “When You Are Old” by Elise Tucker. The poetry, read in their

original Mandarin Chinese, showcased the hard work these high school students have put into learning a foreign tongue. After the intermission, Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun, Publisher of The Asian Herald and President of Chun University, presented the “Asian Herald Award” to William Cliffton Robinson, in recognition of his support for Charlotte’s Asian American Community. In addition, the 10th Annual Jian Dong Award was presented to Dr. John Chen. The Jian Dong Award is for recognition for leadership and outstanding contribution to the Asian American Community presented by the Asian Herald. It is tradition that Jian Dong Award is presented by Late Mr. Jian Dong’s son Dr. Ankang Dong but he was in China, and Richard Yang who is Chairman of Charlotte Chinese Chamber of Commerce presented the Award to Dr. John Chen. The awards were followed by a performance by Soprano Dr. Ji Eun Park, who was born and grew up in Seoul, South Korea, and has received several accolades for her opera performances. She performed three Korean Classic songs, “Ballad of the birds, Daffodil, and New Ariang. The Chun University Community Choir is a newly formed group made up of fifty-six members, but they performed three songs in two languages with perfect unity. Their set started with “Swan Geese” in Mandarin Chinese, “With Love” in Korean, and “The Song of the Yangzi River” in Mandarin Chinese. Conductor Professor Cha teaches voice pedagogy at Chun University and his leadership and training showed through the vocal techniques and crystalline tones of the choir. The program closed with a quartet performance from Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto by Ms. Galdes, Ms. Vikse, Mr. Arreola, and Mr. DuPont. Their marvelous final performance punctuated an unforgettable night that stayed on with audience members. Many could be heard leaving the Holton Theater remarking on how each APM concert is better than the last one. If you missed this year’s event, you need only wait for next year’s event to see for yourself. ■ By Sunny Chun

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December 2017 (2) “Bridging the Pacific”

Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce 亞洲商會

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Chair : Dr. John Chen, President : Nimish Bhatt 1(866) YES-ASIA

Emeritus Presidents: 1st: Dr.Ki-Hyun Chun, 2nd: Dr. Nini Bautista, 3rd: Dr. Jian X, Zhang, 4th: Dr. John C, Chen, 5th: Jerry Tucker, 6th: Nimish Bhatt

Asian cultures represented in Charlotte encompass over 13 nations. One of the missions of the CAACC is to unite all of these groups to better service the public. Asian history spans thousands of years and its culture is rich and diverse. The CAACC strives to provide business opportunities and to promote business activities through cultural events, such as the annual Asian Festival & Dragon Boat Races each spring and Asian celebrations in the Fall that display our resources and share with you our ethnic qualities. Forty five years ago, there were less than 200 Asians and only 8 Asian businesses in the Regional Charlotte Area, but this number has grown to 72,000 Asians and 1,150 businesses directly involved with Asians. Considering average gross sales of $630,000 a year per business, the Asian population of this area is generating $725 million in revenues, contributing greatly to the regional economy. We invite you to join the CAACC for unique resources, and then cross the bridge between the East and the West.■ Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun (Founder & the first President)

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TUITION FREE CHINESE IMMERSION CHARTER SCHOOL COMING TO QUEEN CITY CHARLOTTE—Six-year-old Arabella Kushner has been praised by the Chinese President as “a little star” after President Donald Trump showed off her video singing and reciting poems in Chinese during his recent visit to China. Arabella is one prime example

not hard to understand why Chinese has become so popular. China has become the second largest economy in the world. It is the destination of more than $113 billion of U.S. exports. As the world becomes more interconnected by technology, the

in the new trend of learning Chinese in prominent families around the world, such as those of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Princess Elisabeth in Belgium and Princess Catharina Amalia in Dutch. Coming to Queen City in fall 2018, East Voyager Academy will be the first whole-school Chinese immersion charter school for families enthusiastic about graduating their children with not just English-Chinese proficiency but also strong academics and intercultural competence. EVA believes that learning a second language like Chinese should not be the luxury of the privilege few and strives to make this learning opportunity available to all Charlotte children. Starting with a lonely one in 1981, there are 247 Chinese immersion programs in the U.S. as of November 2017, according to the Mandarin Immersion Parents Council. There have been double-digit increases in numbers every year since 2006. From 2011 to 2015, the growth of Chinese immersion programs counted for 83% of the total growth of all language immersion programs in the U.S. It is

demand for an English-Chinse bilingual work force will also increase. Parents in the immersion program community in Queen City have been talking about a “new kid on the block”—East Voyager Academy. At the school fairs hosted by the Charlotte Observer on November 9 and 14, quite a few parents came to EVA’s booth. Many parents inquiring about the school program are bilingual or multilingual. One parent also shared his experience of taking Chinese in high school. Most parents are aware of the benefits of a language immersion program and are very excited about the new opportunity in Charlotte. A consultant from Charlotte School

Search also concurred with the increasing inquiries and interests in language immersion programs among parents selecting education choices for their children. On December 11, East Voyager Academy also hosted an information session at the school site, 7429 Tuckaseegee Road, Charlotte, NC 28214. Open enrollment for pre-K to 4th grade in fall 2018 is underway until January 31, 2018. More information is

available at www.eastvoyager.org. EVA requires no prior knowledge of Chinese for children to enter the program. Parents do not need to have any background in Chinese to monitor their children’s academic progress. The program in general uses the same core curriculum and English textbooks for core subjects as all North Carolina public schools do. However, EVA’s unique whole-school Chinese immersion model and departmentalized instruction will make effective

acquisition of content studies and language skills occur at the same time. A focus on strong academics is one of EVA’s core missions. EVA also aims to graduate students to be competent in intercultural communication and proficient in both English and Chinese. The school recently launched a “Look Who is Learning Chinese” campaign on their Facebook page. “Families in Queen City will soon join the famous Chinese learners to show off not just their kids’ Chinese proficiency but also academic achievements and appreciation of diverse cultures.” said Dr. Dandan Liu, Vice Chair of the Founding Board of Trustees at EVA.

Mission The mission of East Voyager Academy is to graduate its students with English-Chinese bilingual proficiency, strong academics, and intercultural competence. Our Purpose East Voyager Academy recognizes the value of early language immersion. We firmly believe that allowing children the opportunity to learn a second language while they are young not only produces stronger students academically, but also teaches them the value of their global citizenship. Sharing cultures throughout the education process assists students in understanding and respecting the diverse peoples throughout the world.

Open Enrollment Deadline for Pre-K to 4th Grade: January 31, 2018

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TASTE OF THE WORLD, A Foodie's Dream Tour The Taste of the World, one of the most popular restaurant foodie tours in Charlotte, being sold out in a matter of days,had its 15th event on October 4th, 2017. It started with a Wine Reception at the Charlotte Museum of History, and also ended there with a Dessert and Coffee Reception after the dinner tour to three different international restaurants. More than 250 diners from all over Charlotte and environs were taken on the tour in 17 buses,as compared to the first TOTW, on April 5, 2005, with only half the number of diners in half the number of buses. How did this much-acclaimed event to showcase the international cuisine and diversity in Charlotte East come about? In late 2004, Nancy Plummer, President of Plummergraphics, Inc. & an active member of the East Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, went to the Mayors International Cabinet, looking for some people to help organize an event that would revitalize the "International District' of Charlotte,(officially the designated area from Plaza Midwood, along Central Avenue, up to Albemarle Road). There was a perception then that it was "dangerous" to go to East Charlotte, in the wake of the much-publicized shootings & other incidents. This contributed to a stagnant growth of business in Charlotte East, especially the many international restaurants run by immigrant families offering authentic cuisine from their countries of origin. At the meeting, she met Dr. Nini Bautista, President ,then Chairman of the Carolinas Asian American Chamber of Commerce/CAACC & Past President, Filipino American Community of the Carolinas/ FACC, who was easily persuaded to help in a project that will help immigrants. Meetings were held at Dr. Chun's Asian Library,which included members of the CAACC, VP Dr.John Chen, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Cherise Walker, Charlotte East CC Nancy Plummer, Judson Gee, members of Eastland Area Strategic Team/ E.A.S.T. Louise Barden Louise Woods, Karen Henning, also Connie Knight, Communications

Director of Clariant,one of the Founding Corporate Sponsors,Nathan Feldman of Compass,representing the Latino community; the Head of the Charlotte Economic Development Board, Jared Marvin of Johnston YWCA, & many others. Several formats for the project involving the restaurants were discussed with some of the

offering them an amount for their participation.For those reluctant to sign the agreement, Dr.Nini thought of just reserving the place for a certain time,and ordering from the menu, thus making TOTW more inclusive & diverse. Participating restaurants were gifted with a framed TOTW Certificate of Appreciation, which they proudly displayed with

organizers of other Food Scene Events for Charity. Meanwhile, Nancy & Dr.Nini went on a foray of the restaurants,some recommended by Dr.Tom Hanchett, Historian of the Museum of the New South. They often ate lunch thereat to taste the different cuisine offered, then survey the premises, and talk with the owners/managers about the project. Naturally, the restaurateurs were often wary of the two ladies, since their usual clientele was limited to only their own countrymen. Dr.Nini was able to convince the Latino restaurants( Mexican, Peruvian,Dominican, Salvadorian, etc.) by speaking Spanish to the owners who spoke little English. After many survey trips in the International District, the feisty duo was able to gather a list of potential places which met their strict criteria: 1) Has an "A" rating from the Health Dept. 2) Has enough seating capacity for at least 25 people 3) Has various signature dishes, authentic & tasty 4) Has enough wait staff to handle groups of 25 diners 5)Can offer some ethnic music/dance entertainment 6) Are willing to sign a Memo of Agreement,( English & Spanish versions) firming up the terms and conditions of the event,

their "A" rating from the Health Dept,. as an additional badge of "excellence". Nancy & Dr.Nini presented the proposal for a Restaurant Crawl / Restaurant Preview Event, and the" Taste of the World" was born! Thursday was chosen as the day most restaurants are not that busy and can accommodate the TOTW diners. Groups of 25 diners are to be bused to five different international restaurants, where they will be met by the owner/manager, who will explain the cuisine/country. Diners sample the signature dishes & move on to the next restaurant. A Gourmet Guide,suggested by Dr.Nini armed with a script by Connie & Louise on each of buses, informs them of the interesting places along the route. A Restaurant Coordinator at each place alerts the restaurant about the ETA of each group so they can freshen & replenish the tables in time. Opening Reception was at the

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Charlotte Museum of History, with complimentary drinks. The diners then hopped on the bus & went to five of the 15 restaurants which originally signed up. Sponsors also donated items for the goody bag given to all diners which proved handy as they were given "to go" boxes at the last two restaurants where they couldn't eat anymore in spite of the admonition to "pace themselves" as there were 5 places to go to. But nobody listened ! Later, a Closing Reception was added at the van Landingham Estate, with Gourmet Coffee and exquisite desserts, cum some entertainment & a grand raffle. At the first TOTW, then Mayor McCrory was seen enjoying himself at several restaurants, and even trying to "salsa" at the Dominican restaurant, which offered salsa lessons to the diners !.Many prominent members of the community were likewise photographed at the TOTW events. like County Commissioner then Mayor Jennifer Roberts, Mayor Patsy Kinsey who continues to volunteer as a Guide in her home grounds. Cost to each diner for the dinner samplings at 5 restaurants, was only $25 ( now it is $45), thanks to the corporate sponsors like Clariant, Charlotte Economic & Development Office, which paid for the rented buses, Dr. Ki-Hyun & Dr. Sunny Chun, Merchandise Mart, Judson Gee Financial Advisers, First Citrizens Bank, Que Pasa, Glimcher LLP, Plummer Graphics,for all printing needs & publicity materials, Charlotte Chamber, CAACC, etc. Some of the buses were "donated" by friends of Nancy; who also did most of the soliciting of sponsors. Most of the international volunteers were recruited & trained by Dr.Nini/Louise Barden. From among the CAACC members & other organizations she was affiliated with like the Charlotte International Cabinet, United Way, Crossroad Charlotte, etc. The 150 tickets on line(C/O Barbara Drye and Charlotte Chamber website,c/o Cherise) were sold out within a week, with 60 people on the waiting list. Dr. Nini

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suggested accepting 10% more, to make up for the no-shows. Any overflows were to be driven to the restaurants by volunteers in cars to maximize the event seating. It worked. The promo & marketing strategies were designed & executed by Connie Knight of Clariant and Louise Woods,

future for all. Leadership Charlotte was also invited to share in the dynamics of the interactions of participants of TOTW. The Charlotte International Cabinet continues to support TOTW, in line with its mission for the globalization & economic development of our Queen City. The original restaurants of

Journalist. Publications such as the Charlotte Observer, Business Journal, Asian Herald, Que Pasa,Creative Loafing, etc. carried stories about this unique event in Charlotte East, "to help brand the international corridor as a trendy & fun place to be in, with all the miles of flavor from the ethnic international restaurants". Nancy & Dr.Nini went on the radio & TV to promote the event, thru the efforts of Connie. Photographer Nancy Pierce, helped enhance the media blitz with her insightful photographs, emblazoning the TOTW logo designed by Heather Speet of deZinZ, Inc.. The inaugural TOTW was a resounding success, and soon right after, the TOTW2 was being planned for the fall on August 11,2005, with more diners in more buses, and more restaurants. Changes were incorporated following the survey designed by Christi Floyd of the Charlotte EconDev Office.She also designed Manual of Operations for the TOTW Planning Committee and volunteers. In 2011, Crossroad Charlotte was the Presenting Sponsor of TOTW for the social experiment on the" Exchange of Tastes", for people and organizations to act, connect, & create a positive

the inaugural TOTW were the following, some of which have morphed into several other different cuisines over the years: too numerous to mention : 1. Pho Hoa, Vietnamese, with their delicious beef noodle soup or Pho. Now, new ones have joined in like Pho Hong and Pho Quynh , all Vietnamese Noodle Houses. 2. Brazas,Brazilian, with their famous rodizio, all you can eat skewers of different grilled meats. It closed down, together with the sister Indian restaurant,Namaste when their building was torn down to make way for the widening of Independence Blvd. 3. C & E Buffet, Charlotte's Premiere Chinese & Japanese Buffet ( has changed hands many times since as Crazy Buffet, etc.) 4. Ben Thanh, traditional Vietnamese. Restaurant Lang Van is now on the list, and replaced Saigon Cafe 5. Taqueria La Unica, (The Unique") Mexican ( played traditional Mexican folk music) Replaced by Tacos El Regio( or Great Tacos) 6. The Cedar, Middle Eastern. Then came Aly Baba... Now replaced by La Shish Kabob, 7. Parthenon Cafe & Ice Cream Hut( Greek/American/Ice Cream).

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Now replaced by Landmark Restaurant & Diner, for Greek specialties. 8. Dim Sum Palace, Chinese "dim sums" (or "touch of the heart"), under new management of Vincent Tran upon retirement of Ms Yee Kam 9. Namaste("I bow to the divine in you"),Indian restaurant playing typical Indian music Now permanently closed. 10. Taste of Havana, Cuban where a guitarist sang haunting Cuban melodies. Now replaced by Carnitas Guanajuato Restaurant, Mexican 11 La Canasta Dominicana( the" Dominican Basket"), Dominican Restaurant where the ladies offered salsa lessons to diners. Closed due to relocation of owner. Replaced by El Bohio Tipico( "typical hut") Dominican Cuisine 12. Linares,Mexican with beautiful Mexican decor & Mexican music-cancion Ranchera. Replaced by Las Meras Tortas = "The Right Sandwich"(Mexican) 13. Thai House, Classic Thai Cuisine , now Restaurant Mily & Lalo, serving Peruvian food like the old Machu Picchu They opened a new Thai House in the Pineville area

3. El Pulgarcito ...Salvadorean 4. Portofino's Italian 5. Sadie's...Soul 6.Foskoskies Neighborhood Cafe...American Eatery 7. Letty's on Shamrock ..Southern 8. Yama Izakaya..Japanese Tavern 9. Workmans' Friend ..Irish Pub 10. Pint Central..Argentinian 11. Pollos Marios...Columbian 12. El Arepazo...Venezuelan & Columbian In line with the changing demographics in Charlotte East, new restaurants have been added which reflect the new communities in the area : 1. Cooking Pot, Nigerian/ West African (replaced The Motherland) 2. Euro Grill & Cafe, Bosnian 3. Julian Pizza, Mediterranean 4. Nile Grocery, Ethiopian 5. Queen Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant & bar 6. Red Sea Bar & Restaurant, Ethiopian/Eritrean 10. Golden bakery...Syrian 11.Jamiles Inernational Cuisine, Somalian 12. King of Spicy..Indian & Nepalese 13. Intermezzo, Serbian Certainly, as Historian Hanchett, an active TOTW volunteer says, "The East Side is coming into its

14.Las Delicias,("the delights") Mexican food... Replaced by Three Amigos, Mexican Grill & Cantina 15. Mama's Caribbean Grill (Jamaican)...Little daughter played reggae on the piano for the diners (Now has a branch in Brooklyn, NY) 16.Fu Lin, Indian Chinese ,wide variety of Indian/Chinese fusion dishes, and spicy! (closed) 17.The Woodlands: Pure. vegetarian Indian cuisine (has won award twice for Best Appetizer, Taste of Charlotte) Some of the " traditional" cuisines are found in the TOTW regulars over the years, like 1. Bistro La Bon...European 2. Cocina Latina...Latin American

own these days, a cool destination for Charlotte's increasingly diverse food traditions". Name it and Charlotte has got it. And the goal of Taste of the World when it was first conceived by Nancy and Dr.Nini, with the help of E.A.S. T. and the hundreds of volunteers would have been achieved!. Many thanks to the Charlotte EAST for continuing the work of the TOTW- Maureen Gilweski & Mike Sullivan= Co-Chairs; Sec. Sharon Bodrick, Treas Felicity Wray (Chair of Volunteers Com), Letty Ketner( Chair of Restaurant Com), John Lenard (Chair of Marketing & Publicity), Helene Hilger, Louise Woods & the other BOD.■

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December 2017 (6)

A Festival For Unity Even all the rain which Typhoon Maria dumped in its path, failed to discourage the determined group of culturally diverse individuals, who wanted to celebrate & feel the togetherness in the global city of Charlotte at a UNITY FESTIVAL on Saturday, October 4,2017 from 11 to 3 pm, at the historic Gandhi Memorial Park on Trade & Alexander. It was organized by the dynamic husband & wife team, James & Mae Armstead, Co-Chairs of Charlotte Asian Heritage Association, under the aegis of the Carolinas Asian American Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Dr. Ki-Hyun & Dr. Sunny Chun. Said the Armsteads: " The underlying purpose of the festival is to promote the Unity, Peace, Love among the different communities in Charlotte. It is only through Love that we will have peace in the world. It is sad that in this nation, considered as one of the most powerful in the world, we continue to grieve from the violence of hate.Hence we need the constant reminder that we are all brothers and sisters, and that we have been commanded to love one another, as God has loved us." The festival was inspired by the respected world leader, Mohandas"Mahatma" Gandhi, who taught the world the power of non-violence (ahimsa) and the principle of non-violence ( Satyagraha). This includes among other principles, the following 1) We are called to celebrate both our differences & our fundamental unity with others. 2) We reaffirm our unity with others when we transform "us' versus "them" way of thinking & doing 3) Our oneness calls us to want and to work for the well being of all It will be recalled that the first Gandhi Unity Fall Festival was held at the unveiling of his 8 ft. bronze statue on October 5, 2008, in celebration of his birthday and of Asian culture.The first CAHA President,Garry Bhojwani, his wife Bina and his family donated the statue commissioned in India, as a gift to the Mecklenburg County. The surrounding structures & park were built with the support

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of the Indian & Asian communities. CAACC President Nimish Bhatt, one of the early advocates of the Gandhi project, took over the Festival in 2011, Then Ms Phin Xaypangna now, Equity & Inclusion Manager, Mecklenburg Govt, & Co-Chair of the Asian Film Festival, continued the tradition in 2014, and added on the Essay Contest, "I am Asian", to engage the young Asian Americans. This year, James, Owner/Broker/ Agent of JMAT Realty, and Mae, Parish Consultant, Saint Benedict & Tan Books, wanted the Festival to be more inclusive and as diverse as possible, thus expanded the multicultural celebration into one big Unity Festival for all. At the Opening Ceremony, after the National Anthem by Abbie Armstead, Mayor Jennifer Roberts,

beautifully embroidered silk Qi Pao Chinese costumes. The Nigerian ladies of the IMO Women's Association enthusiastically did their Nigerian dance, which if set to pop music could have been mistaken for any modern dance. Doreen Reynolds with her two daughters & Florami Lee of the Philippine Cultural Group danced a beloved folk dance from one of the islands.Jane Zhao and the Carolina Women's Association joined the China Wind Cheongsam Club to do a dance, showing off their beautiful cheongsams.Justine Estanislao & Justin Sides sang "Count on Me" by their idol, Bruno Mars. Xiaosong He's cute Little Lotus girls were so delightful in their Lantern Dance.& red costumes, while their elder sisters were masterfully graceful in the Torch Dance from

resplendent in a royal blue Indian dress, led the group of Indian elders & others, in laying the ceremonial garland of flowers on Gandhi. The mayor then presented each senior, to their surprise, with a pin of Charlotte, the Queen City, established in 1768. All the attendees then formed a giant circle of love, joined hands and sang the unity song of Michael Jackson, "We are the World". It set the mood for the ensuing array of glittering performances from different groups. Curtain raiser was the Pinoy Noir Band of Dr.Ed Tautjo, Dr. Stella Lawsin, Marissa Helbing & Glen Espiritu. Angela Cook & the Aloha Island Girls did several lilting hula numbers, in their fetching outfits. The Charlotte Phoenix Fashion Show Team paraded in their

the Fire Festival of Yi Ethanic. Pavani Gingrich introduced the extremely well-trained dancers of her mom, Dr. Maha Gingrich, who did two classical Indian dances in their elegant silk costumes & gold jewelry. At this point, Aaron Bryant, aka DJ Tut, had to stop the music as it was raining cats and dogs, and his $25,000 equipment was in danger of being flooded and ruined. Nevertheless, seven-year-old Christian Antonio, winner of the 2017 Asian Music & Dance Fest, braved the rain, and sang three songs, accompanying himself on his ukelele ( self-taught) & charmed the audience. What a trooper! Not to be outdone, the Indian Little Pearls did their enchanting dance, thanks to technology - two iPhones on Bluetooth playing the

tune at the stage area, and another one in the audience, and the little ones never skipped a single beat! It would have been a real shame if they did not perform, after all their hard work practicing for weeks before! We missed the performances of Sherman Tse & his "Yesterday" by the Beatles, and his glamorous wife Legmis Diaz of Havana, Cuba, with her song, "Quimbara"by Celia Cruz, also Ashley Perez'es "Bridges" by Faith Harmony, but they all promised to perform at the 3rd Asian Music & Dance Fest at the Asian Festival on May 19,2018. Ditto for Karl Pagilagan, who brought his drums all the way from Rockhill to play Ride by Twenty-One and I Run by A Flock of Seagulls, though Mom Raquel who won one of the many, many raffle prizes said that it was well worth it! Everybody won a prize, some were lucky enough to get multiple prizes, thanks to the generous sponsors and donors. Fortunately, there were some food samplings from Grand Asia Market, Mei Fun Restaurant, Nimish B., Jessica Esguerra, that the promised Food Truck which was to serve lunch, was not missed at all. Next time, watch out for the Martial Arts Form of Choong JungShashank Dodamani, and Lara Wang's Songs of Fishermen's Boats at Dusk. We gratefully acknowledge the participation of the Japanese & Nigerian Cultural Booths, FACC's Vice President Cip Onia, Yulie A, Doreen at the Philippine cultural booth, Meck Co. Asset & Facility Mgt., CAHA team, i.e., the Armsteads, Jerry Tucker, Dr.John Chen, Nimish Bhatt, Dr. Zhang, Dr. N, with Ann Gonzales, Managing Director/Partner of Createster, past FACC Sec. Au Barbee, Kiran Patel, Tristan Armstead & friends, volunteers Jennifer & Bambi Stancil, Liezel Bell & Ashley Nicole, Anna Bollenbecker, Thanks also to the many donors of the raffle prizes JS Affluence Home Fashions, Jiangsu Royal Home,USA, Inc, Nimish B., Malette Oliveros, Suzette Horn, Jessica E., Quiroz Family & Dr. Nini. plus the sponsors FastSigns Mooresville, Div.Bhingradia, Michael Hoard Law, Rely Workforce Group, Movement Mortgage, Capital Nexus, Tony Zhang, JMAT Realty, James & Tristan A., Quantum 3 Media,PJ Quiros. ■


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Christmas in Charlotte Concert

by Ki Hoon Cha

Some may think it is tough to feel Christmas in Charlotte, especially for people who come from colder regions in America. Even with all the beautiful

Christmas trees, Christmas decorations, and lights on churches and homes throughout the city, the warm weather is not exactly what one thinks of when getting into the Christmas spirit. However, over the last few years, many people look forward to the annual Christmas Party at the Asian Library located at King's Drive and Baxter Street, which is hosted by Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun. The interior hotel lobby-like design of the library’s interior may be unexpected as it is also filled with thousands of books in various Asian languages. The invitees are among some of the most well-known members of the community. And the professional musical performances always prove to be a crowd pleaser. Party-goers feel comfortable as the atmosphere is

a performance from the choir of Chun University, consisting of both students and faculty. Chun University began two years ago with educational

Chinese by Nina Chen. The Voice Ensemble students then performed "King of Love" accompanied Taehyun Chun on the saxophone and conducted by Dr. Yongkee Lee. Krystian Fraire, a Sophomore student at Chun University, sang Mozart’s "Allelujah," followed by the faculty quartet performing “O Holy Night” by Adams. "Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holy" was sung by all Chun University Voices students, conducted by Professor K H Cha. Chun University Community Choir sang three songs: "Hong Yan” (Wild Geese) in Chinese, programs that emphasize Christian "With Love" in Korean, and a music and biblical studies. Christmas medley. This choir had To start Christmas in Charlotte performed at the Art, Poetry, and Music Concert, Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun, President event at Holton Theater on October 21,

of Chun University, greeted all in attendance with brief opening remarks and everyone joined to sing "Joy to the World the Lord is Come" together. A Christmas message was then delivered by Reverend Dr. Sam Na entitled, "The Reason for Merry Christmas." Reverend Dr. Na’s message was then followed by special remarks by Maestro James Meena, General Director and Principal Conductor of Opera Carolina, e n t i t l e d , welcoming with most people wearing “Christmas Celebration and Music." Christmas outfits rather than fancy Then the Angels Christmas message tuxedos and evening dresses. from Luke 2:13 in English by Krystian This year, the party started with Fraire, Korean by T.H. Chin, and

plenty of food, walking away with large plates full of food and no one left any food uneaten! While everyone enjoyed eating their delicious meal, Aloha Island Hula Girls danced to "Hawaii Christmas" in traditional Hawaiin garb. Then kids

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Song of the Mountains"

The Montagnards are the indigenous peoples of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Thousands have come to North Carolina as refugees, fleeing persecution for their Christian faith and for the alliance their people formed with the American military during the Vietnam War.

Central Highlands in the US), a Charlotte based nonprofit devoted to the advancement of the Montagnard people in America and in Vietnam. The exhibit is a display of gripping and, often, quite moving photographs which trace the history of the Montagnard people from their tribal existence in the Central Highlands, through the devastating events of the Vietnam War, the “lost years” when thousands fled into the jungle to try to continue the fight against the Communists, and, finally, the long, hard path to the United States as refugees. The ongoing work of FOCHUS in equipping Montagnard young adults here in America to travel back to Vietnam on missions of peacemaking and reconciliation will also be documented. FOCHUS has been working with the Montagnards in Charlotte

Now, you can learn about this special people’s unique history and the work taking place within their community to find a path forward that preserves their heritage yet allows them to adapt to the challenges of the rapidly changing world of the 21st century. “Song of the Mountains” is a unique photo exhibition that was developed and produced by Montagnard young adults living in Charlotte. It documents the past, present, and hopeful future of the Montagnard people. The opening reception for “Song of the Mountains” will be held on Monday, March 12 at 6 pm at the Asian Library in Midtown Charlotte. Admission is free. “Song of the Mountains” is sponsored by the Waypoint since 2013. It started as FOCHUS Foundation of Key Largo, Florida Academy an innovative Summer and FOCHUS (Friends Of the Enrichment Program designed

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current academic year, 25 K-8 Montagnard students receive consistent help with homework, assistance in reading and language skills, age-appropriate spiritual instruction, and guidance in overcoming the challenges that are a part of adapting to American society. The goal of the program is to enable this first generation of Montagnard - Americans to achieve success in the United States academically, spiritually, mentally, and socially. While the

road they face is challenging, they are well on their way to becoming productive, contributing members of American society and leaders in their community, pointing the way for generations to come. In addition to the Academy program, FOCHUS also works with Montagnard young adults by providing entrepreneurship classes, mentoring, and training in peacemaking, reconciliation, and conflict resolution. Discipleship classes and short-term missions trips back to Vietnam are also offered. For more information on the “Song of the Mountains” exhibition at the Asian Library, or the programs of FOCHUS, contact Steve Parker at FOCHUS Academy started with 704-942-6867 or email only nine students, but has grown steve.parker@fochus.org. each year since 2013. For the You can also visit their website, www.fochus.org. at the intersection of Tuckaseegee and Little Rock Roads in West Charlotte, and meets four days a week (Mon -Thurs) from 3:30 - 6:00 pm.

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Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden’s Annual Holidays

by Stephanie Wisnet

BELMONT, N.C. – Holidays at the Garden, opening to the public on Nov. 17, is Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden’s mostanticipated annual event in which the Garden glows with holiday spirit from the

twinkling trees to the sparkling fountains and is transformed into a natural winter wonderland filled with unique festive décor including a towering tree of orchids, more than 600,000 lights, and illuminated displays. Each night visitors will enjoy live music, holiday shopping in The Garden Store, crackling fires to warm cold hands or roast a marshmallow, and the Children’s Holiday Discovery Trail of activities. Model train displays created by the Metrolina Model Railroaders can be found throughout the Garden. Horse-drawn carriage rides will be available from Southern Breezes Carriages from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday through Sunday through Dec. 31 and also Dec. 1820. Carriage rides are $6/adult, $4/child 2-12, and free for children under 2. The Garden Tram will be available for rides on evenings when the carriages are not available and rides are free with admission from 6 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Claus will visit the Garden from 6 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 27 – 29, Dec. 4-6, 11-13, and 18-24. Santa will only be available

during Capture the Magic with Santa from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 24 – 26, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3, Dec. 7 – 10, 14 – 17 and preregistration and the purchase of a professional photograph package and Holidays at the Garden admission are required. Food service will be available every evening in addition to beverages including coffee, hot chocolate, beer, wine and more. A special thank you to sponsors including David Belk Cannon Foundation, Duke Energy, Gaston Travel & Tourism, and K104.7. Holidays at the Garden will be open Nov. 17 through Dec. 31, 2017 from 5 to 9 p.m. each evening, although it will be closed Christmas Day. The Garden will be open for regular daytime admission 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the exception of Thanksgiving when it’s only open for Holidays at the Garden in the evening. Holiday admission is discounted for tickets purchased online in advance at $12.95 per adult, $11.95 per senior 60+, $7.95 per child 2-12 and free for children under age two. Tickets at the door are $14.95 per adult, $13.95 per senior 60+, $8.95 per child 2-12 and free for children under age two. Garden members receive a 30% discount and also receive 30% off the purchase of up to four guest passes. Guests

are encouraged to purchase tickets online in advance at www.dsbg.org or 704-8291252. Visitors can also register for special events throughout the holiday season during Holidays at the Garden. Advance reservations are required and can be made online at www.DSBG.org or by calling (704) 829-1252. Special events include: Capture the Magic with Santa on Nov. 24 – 26, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3, Dec. 7 – 10, 14 – 17 Packages start at $45, Visits available between 6 to 9 p.m. Capture a magical memory with professional photos of your children or family with Santa by Leslie Orel Photography! Please note, personal photography will not be permitted with Santa this year. No discounts apply to photo packages. Holidays at the Garden admission is also required. Advance reservations are required and can be made online at www.DSBG.org or by calling (704) 829-1252. Tea Tasting on Sunday, Dec. 3; Seatings at 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. $30/guest Celebrate the

holiday season with a variety of teas paired with scrumptious snacks while learning more about each type of tea. Advance reservations are required and can be made online at www.DSBG.org or by calling (704) 829-1252. Wine Pairing on Sunday, Dec. 10; 3 - 5 p.m. $65/guest (admission to Holidays at

the Garden included) A local wine expert will present an array of wines that will pair with delicious small bites from a local restaurant. You’re sure to enjoy this afternoon of delectable wine, food and great company. Advance reservations are required and can

be made online at www.DSBG.org or by calling (704) 829-1252. Sparkle & Glow New Year’s Eve on Sunday, Dec. 31; 5 - 9 p.m. Free with admission to Holidays at the Garden, no registration required Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a family-friendly event featuring New Year’s Eve traditions from around the world, live music and a glowing hula hoop performance. The first 250 guests will receive glow stick gear! A sparkling wine tasting will also be available for an additional cost. Hair of the Dog Hike on Monday, Jan. 1; 11 a.m. Free with general daytime admission or free for Members Kick off the New Year with a refreshing guided Garden hike on New Year's Day! Bloody Marys and Mimosas will be available for purchase. In addition to special events, a variety of continuing education classes are also offered during the holiday season. Guests can register online at www.DSBG.org or call (704) 829-1252.

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December 2017 (10)

VASA of Charlotte Sponsors CU with Scholarship The Vietnamese American Senior Association of Charlotte, NC was established 10 years ago to serve the Vietnamese Americans living in the

main level of the King’s Tower Building on the corner of S. Kings Drive and Baxter Street. We are indebted to the great generosity

greater Charlotte region. Our goal is to provide gatherings for group activities that give our members more opportunities to meet with both old and new friends for the sharing of the joys and sorrows of life. Our organization features a friendly environment in which our members can enjoy reading, karaoke singing, group exercise and Taichi classes. The group Birthday Party, held on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 3:00 pm to 5:00pm, is a favorite activity for many. This happy celebration is held in the Asian Library at 1339 Baxter Street on the

of Dr. Ki-Hyun Chun who has opened his library for all of our activities over these many years. Dr. Chun has not only created a large collection of Vietnamese books but has, also, amassed a variety of books in other Asian languages. Through his generous heart, broad vision, and incredible knowledge, Dr. Chun and his wife, Sunny Chun have

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704-839-9583 Internal Medicine Sheena Kapadia

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and remember those who planted the Ta Tran, tree.” In our own small way we wish to President Vietnamese Senior Association express our appreciation and gratitude by of Charlotte. 

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exerted a powerful influence on our region to insure the preservation of all the cultural nuances of the many Asian nations represented within the South Eastern United States. This year, the Vietnamese Senior Association of Charlotte, with an open mind and heart, “accept the fruit

sponsoring two scholarships for students attending Chun University, established by Dr. Chun here in Charlotte with our $500.00 contribution. And finally we, the Vietnamese American Association of Charlotte, would like to share good wishes for the Christmas Season and coming New Year with Drs. Chun as well as the entire staff at Chun University. God bless you with Peace, Joy, and Love! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us.


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are of the generous contributions: Carolinas Asian American Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte Dragon Boat Association, Chun Group, Grand Asia Market, First Dry Clean App, and Matador.

CAACC Joins the 2017 Thanksgiving Day Parade in Charlotte

By Andrea Lee & Lina Kweman

The morning of Thanksgiving dawned clear, and not too cold for the more than 100,000 attendees on-site to watch the 70th Anniversary of Charlotte’s Thanksgiving Parade!! Held on Thursday, November 23rd, the parade started on South Tryon in uptown at 9:30 AM, finishing a few miles later at 11:30 AM.

Carolinas Asian American Chamber of Commerce unit had over 150 people from Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Philippines, Vietnam, and the Hmong community. The brilliantly colored traditional dress was truly a sight to behold as the members marched and danced their way down the

communities who participated in the We’re tapped for another appearance parade. The CAACC Thanksgiving Day Parade next year, so plan on coming out to join Committee also wants to thank the the fun and festivities! sponsors and how appreciative they CAACC Chairman Dr. John Chen, OCCAAF Co-Founder and President Warren Zhong, outgoing President Nimish Bhatt, incoming President Lina Kweman, CAHA Directors Mae & James Armstead, and Cultural Lead Sharada Gullapalli organized and took on the awesome task of planning this year’s agenda. This was the second year that the Charlotte Asian community had been invited to participate and the TV

street. The unit parade order started with the Peaceful Dragon team who led with the dragon and lion dance performance. This was followed by the Asian communities with their national costumes, next the Chinese and Philippine performers, ending with the Golden Dragon balloon carried by the Charlotte Dragon Boat Association members. Huge thanks to all of the volunteers:

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翰墨华韵带我们 走进艺术殿堂 本报记者- 陈宁 由 Opera Carolina 和 Chun University 联合主办的第六届中西合璧大型音 乐会【翰墨华韵】10 月 21 日晚在夏洛 特市中心的 CPCC Helton Theater 再次 拉开帷幕。 与往年一样,参加演出的都是特邀 来的纽约大都会歌剧演员,他们为观 众带来了许多著名的歌剧片段,他们 精湛的演唱技巧,充满激情的表演征 服了在场的所有观众。 除此之外,整场晚会自始至终贯穿 着令人难忘的中国元素。首先是夏洛 特语言学校的学生 Ms. Schwanke 为大 家演唱了一首优美的中国民歌【茉莉 花】,她清晰甜美的声音似乎像飘来 阵阵茉莉花香;这之后钢琴奏响了一 个非常熟悉的前奏曲,“百灵鸟从蓝天 飞过,我爱你中国!”当这首永远震撼 着海外华人心田的歌曲【我爱你中 国】由美国男高音演员 Mr. Arreola 演 唱时,全场观众顷刻间爆发出热烈的 掌声。由美国男高音演唱【我爱你中 国】还是第一次出现在夏洛特的舞台 上。接下来是一位近期在纽约大都会 歌剧舞台非常引人注目的中国男高音 歌唱家李毅,他演唱了一首脍炙人口 的歌曲【那就是我】,他的歌声再次 把观众带到了那思恋的家乡,那故乡 的小河和那里的祖国母亲。在海外能 听到这么熟悉的歌声,如同听到了乡 音,是那么的亲切,那么的让人感

动。整台晚会精彩纷呈,歌声、琴 声、观众的掌声似乎也组成了一首和 谐的交响曲。 晚会的另一个亮点是由夏洛特爱乐 合唱团和 Korean Presbyterian Church 合唱团组成的 Chun University Asian Choir 首次登上了【翰墨华韵】的舞 台,他们演唱了中国歌曲【鸿雁】 【长江之歌】和韩语歌【With Love】。这是一个刚刚成立不久的亚 洲合唱团,在朱忠良指挥的艺术指导 下,在 Chun University president Dr. Ki

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小米粥的营养价值 好处一:小米最主要的功效——补脾胃 小米的功效,正如李时珍在《本草纲目》 所说:“治反胃热痢,补虚损,开肠胃”。 实际上,无论是反胃、热痢、虚损都与脾胃 功能欠佳有关,所以小米最主要的功效,就 是补脾胃。 小米为什么能补脾胃。我们通常说甘味入 脾,黄色入脾,从五色上来讲,小米是黄色 的,从味觉上来讲,小米味甘而咸,因此中 医说小米能“和胃温中”。北方妇女生小 孩,坐月子,是不吃荤的,主要是吃小米 粥,主要就是因为这个原因。 好处二:五谷当中小米的补肾功效最强 说到小米补虚损的功效,不仅仅体现补脾 胃上面,还体现在补肾功效上,所谓“人食 五谷而化精”,就是说,五谷都具有养精 气,补肾气的作用,但五谷当中,数小米的 补肾功效最强。 明代名医李时珍就曾经说过:粟(小米) 之味咸淡,气寒下渗,肾之谷也。就是说, 小米性质偏寒,五味上是略带点咸味的,大 家都知道,咸味入肾,所以小米还具有益肾 气、补元气的功效,因此李时珍称它为肾之 谷。 好处三:小米汤可以养心安神 除了之外,《本草纲目》还说,喝小米汤 “可增强小肠功能,有养心安神之效”。因 此小米还困扰作为镇静安眠的食疗保健品来 食用,对于那些因胃肠不好导致的失眠,其 疗效非安眠药可比。 很多中医生就常让患者用小米粥来代替安 眠片。所以有的老人说了,早上一碗玉米粥 --精神焕发,晚上一碗小米粥--呼呼大睡。

为“小米之王”。是我国四大名米之一。 沁州黄小米在 1919 年参加印度国际博览 会便饮誉海外。在国内连续被评为一级小 米,获“全国最佳小米”称号。小米“沁州 黄”为什么叫“吴阁老”呢?这里还有一段 传说:相传在明代时,沁州檀山一带有座古 庙,庙里住着几位和尚,生活清苦,免不了 忍饥挨饿,他们看见庙周围的土地荒芜,就 开垦出来,种上了糙谷。经过几年的精心栽 培驯化,糙谷发生了神奇的变化。这种谷 子,色泽蜡黄,颗粒圆润,状如珍珠,晶莹 明亮。煮成饭后松软可口,味道清香,越嚼 越香,遂起名为“爬山糙”。 清代康熙年间,保和殿大学士吴 ,沁 州人士,人称“吴阁老”。在衣锦还乡时, 听说“爬山糙”品质极佳,状似金珠,熬稀 饭锅边不挂米粒,蒸饭、切饭香甜味美。为 了证实传言,便亲自到檀山庙内品尝,方知 名不虚传。当时他嫌“爬山糙”名字不雅, 便称之为“沁州黄”。在还朝时还带了一些 小米献给康熙皇帝。康熙食后,大加赞赏。 这样“沁州黄”便成了年年向皇帝进贡的珍 品。因吴阁老使“沁州黄”名扬朝野,久 之,“吴阁老”也就成了“沁州黄”的代名 词。 沁州黄是一个特殊品种,与一般作物宜种 在肥沃土地不同。“沁州黄”只长在沁县次 沁州黄小米 芳香飘天下 村乡檀山、王朝、石料、钞沟、东庄等十多 产于山西省沁县(古称沁州)的一种小 个自然村,约 1333 公顷的土地上耕种,每 米。该米品质优良,独具特色,食之甜香松 公顷产量约 1500 公斤,总产量 37.5 万公 散,非常可口,由于具有高营养价值,被誉 斤。把“沁州黄”引种到外地种植时,第一

年尚有“沁州黄”的特色,第二年便会变 种。据化验分析,这一带属含碎料浆石的深 褐色粘性土壤,耕种时既不能施磷肥,又不 能施氮肥,否则就会减产。 沁州黄不但煮饭味美甜香,营养价值也高 于一般小米。当地百姓称其为“金珠子”, 并且有一句民谚:“金珠子,金珠王,金珠 换不来沁州黄。”经山西农科院谷子研究所 检验分析,“沁州黄”脂肪含量高达 4. 22%,比一般小米高 l%~ 2.5%;可溶性 糖类的含量为 1.6%,也非普通小米可 比;蛋白质、脂肪含量均高于一般大米、白 面;其粗纤维含量则低于其他粮食品种。据 分析,“沁州黄”得宜于独特的气候、土 质,沁县地处太行山深处,古语云:“万峰 环列,气候早寒”。也就是由于这特殊的地 理、气候,特别适宜于谷子的生长发育,因 此“沁州黄”才谷香味浓,植物脂肪、可溶 性糖类、粗纤维、蛋白质含量均高于普通小 米、大米等。《中国谷子品种资料目录》中 编入的 11000 多个谷物品种,经专家鉴定没 有一个品种能比得上“沁州黄”。 常食此米可治疗脾胃虚弱、反胃呕吐、腹 泻等,还具有养阴、壮阳、清热、利尿等功 能,对高血压、皮肤病、炎症均有一定的预 防和抑制作用。有肾病者直常食,脾胃虚者 宜久食。因此,“沁州黄”在广州出口商品 交易会上,在国际博览会上均受到许多外国 客商的好评。沁州黄小米为地理标志保护产 品。沁州黄小米为农产品地理标志产品。

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食品中的阿司匹林,5 克降胆固醇, 45 天通血管,医生都在吃! ◆北京心血管病医生 洪昭光教授在很多场 合都极力推荐黑木耳,每天吃 5~10 克黑 木耳,吃了几十年,到现在 60 多岁,体重 和大学毕业时差不多,血压也没什么变 化,心脏很好,身体也没有什么病,工作 起来精力充沛。◆浙江省新华医院消化内 科主任 王章流,每天做菜都会放一把黑木 耳,炒青菜放,做汤也放,家里最常吃的 就是木耳汤和木耳豆腐汤。他说:黑木耳 的胶质可把残留在人体消化系统内的灰 尘、杂质吸附集中起来排出体外,起到清 胃涤肠的作用,还能增强机体免疫力。◆ 杨绛先生高寿 105 岁,她的养生几乎没有 秘诀,唯一坚持的家常菜就是“木耳棒骨 汤”,骨骼尤其硬朗。90 岁以后杨绛先生 还能弯腰两手着地,这在许多高龄老人中 是难以 做到 的。◆ 宋丹丹 大家都 认识, 特别注 重养生,甚至打出了每餐必吃木耳的口 号。 黑木耳最大的特点就是以通为补,以通为 用。我们全身有很多地方都需要通,五脏 要通,六腑要通,血脉更要通。 木耳针对这三个方面都能起到作用,北京 中医药大学东直门医院院长 王耀献总结了 木耳的功效是: “利脏腑,通畅血脉;排浊毒,还人清 白。”

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부 주지사 Dan Forest NC 아시안 지도자들을 랄리로 초정 만나다

NC 주 부지사 Dan Forest 는 2013년 1월부터 부 지사일을 해 오면서 아시아 지역에 큰 관심을 갖고 유대관계를 가지기 원했다. Mr. Forest 는 2013년 1 월에 부주지사가 될때 1993년에 부지사를 물러난 공화당 James Colman 후 첫 공화당 부 주지사였고 1897년에 시작된 부 주지사직에는 두번째 공화당 소속 부 주지사이다. 그는 샬롯UNC 에서 건축사를 전공했고 경제와 교육에 많은 열정을 쏟고 일하며 이에 관련된 여러단체에

Board 및 회장을 역임하고 있다. Mr. Forest 는 샬롯의 중국상공회 회장 Richard Yang 과 두터운 친분을 갖고 중국과 무역 및 여러분야에 관계를 갖고 있는데 Mr. Yang 을 통해서 NC 에 있는 아시아인 리더들을 초청해서 그들의 활동 보고 및 친교를 가졌고 앞으로 상호 유대관계를 갖고 협조를 당부했다. 샬롯에서는 전승현 한인회장을 초청했고 전기현 박사를 초청 그동안 아시안 도서관을 통해 지역사회 봉사한 것을 감사했다. Mr. Forest 는 샬롯시장과 국회의원 이였던 Sue Myrick의 아들이며 공화당 전

것으로 보고했다. 아시안 퍼레이드는 피스풀 드라곤의 라이언 댄스로 시작해서 그 뒤로 아시아 각 나라들이 그들의 전통의복을 입고 악시 댄스등을

마쳤다. CAACC 는 참석해서 협조한 모든분들께 심심한 고마움을 전하며 주류사회에 아시안의 긍지와 우수한

걸어가며 퍼레이드를 했는데 맨 마지막은 드라곤 보트 협회에서 대형 골든 드라곤 풍선을 날리며 퍼레이드를

문화를 알림을 자랑스럽게 생각하며 내년을 또 바라보며 감사 절기에 감사한 마음을 전했다.

주지사 Pat McCrory가 2016년 11월 8일에 낙선 되었으나 그는 부 주지사에 당선되어 현재 2차 임기로 일하고 있다.

한국풍악,태권도,무용이 퍼레이드 인기

추수감사절 아침은 화창한 날씨에 10 만명이 길거리에 늘어서서 관람하는 퍼레이드에 아주 적절한 날씨였다. 올 해로 70회 퍼레이드를 맞는 샬롯 추수 감사 퍼레이드지만 아시아 상공회 (CAACC) 아시안들이 참가한것은 올해가 두번째이다. 작년에는 준비할 시간과 여유가 없었으나 작년 경험을 통해 올해는 50여명의 한인들이 참석했다.태권도 이강유관장은 도장에서 학생들을 동원, 그린스보로, 락킹햄, 샬롯에서 한국 풍악을 동원해서 북, 장구, 징 등 퍼레이드에

활기를 더했고 길에 줄지어 늘어선 관람인들의 귀와 눈을 즐겁게 했다. 특히 샬롯 조원형 풍물패 공연은 예술이었다. 올해 이 퍼레이드에 참석한 아시안은 한국, 캄보디아, 중국, 인도, 인도네시아, 필리핀, 베트남, 몽 커뮤니티이며 약 150 여명이라고 CAACC 가 발표했다. TV 중계방송은 150만 세대의 뷰어가 있는데 이 방송을 통해서 미국 주류사회의 많은 사람들이 아시안들의 전통 의복, 문화에 많은 지식을 얻었을

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세계기도모임 이스라엘 기도순례 세계기도모임 이스라엘 기도순례” 가 2018년 5월 1일부터 9일까지 (8 박9일) 간 베들레헴 세계기도모임 센타에서 열린다. “ 예루살렘의 평안을 구하라” 시편 122:6절의 말씀을 주제로 세계기도모임( 총재 피종진목사, 대표 박형우목사)가 주최하고 베들레헴 세기모 ( 준비위원장 강태윤선교사) 가 주관하여 각국 세기모대표들과 선교사 목사 중보기도자들이 함께 모여 이스라엘과 미국과 한국을 비롯한 전세계 선교사들이 나라와 민족을 품고 함께 기도하게 된다. 주강사로는 남서울중앙교회 원로 피종진 목사, 달라스 중앙연합감리교회 이성철 목사,송도 주사랑교회 장상길 목사가 각각 말씀과 기도와 성령을 중심으로 주제별 강의와 저녁집회를 인도하게 된다. 아울러 전세계 선교사들의선교보고와 함께 선교지를 품고 함께 기도한다. 전제 일정가운데 3일간은 베들레헴 세기모센터에서 대회로 모이고 6 일간은 예수님의 기도와 기적의 현장을 중심으로 이스라엘 성지를 탐방하며 기도순례가 진행된다.

필리핀 빈민촌 빨래방 선교

기도순례 일정은 아래와 같다. 일정: 2018년 5월1일(화) ~ 9(수) 8 박9일 여정: 베들레헴 세계기도센터 ( 1 ~ 3 일) 4째날: 예루살렘지역( 주기도교회 통곡의 벽 감란산승천돔 눈물교회 겟세마네교회 히스기야터널 베데스타연못 채찍교회 십자가의길 마가다락방) 5째날: 사해지역( 여리고 쿰란동굴 엔게디폭포 맛사다 사해 및 수영) 6째날: 유다, 사마리아 지역( 베들레헴 헤브론 벧엘 세겜 사마리아성) 7째날: 갈릴리지역( 벧산 하올라 자연보호지 텔탄 가이샤라 빌립보 골란고원) 8째날: 하길릴리, 지중해지역 ( 팔복교회 오병이어교회 베드로 수위권교회 가버나움 가나혼인교회 갈멜산 나사렛 지중해 가이샤라) 9째날: 폐회감사예배 및 공항픽업 참가경비는 $950불이며 신청마감은 2월15일까지이며 사무총장 손창희선교사에게 신청하면 된다. ( 포스터 참조)

세계기도모임 세계기도모임 이스라엘 기도순례의 특징은 4가지 요약할 수 있다. 1. 순수기도모임 ( 순수 기도로 모임으로 기도가 중심) 2. 이스라엘 기도순례 ( 이스라엘 성지 기도순례) 3. 훌륭한 강사진( 기도와 영성이 뛰어난 강사진으로 구성) 4. 희생적 가격 ( 숙박숙식과 버스 관광안내 및 일체비용 포함) 박형우목사는 도덕적으로 무너져 가는 미국의 영적위기와 한국의 남북한 전쟁위기 그리고 이스라엘 미대사관 예루살렘 수도이전으로 중동 위기 그리고 전세계 선교위기를 돌파할 수 있는 길은 기도임을 인식하며 역대하7: 14절처럼 “내이름으로 일컫는 내 백성이 그 악한길에서 떠나 스스로 겸비하고 기도하여 내 얼굴을 구하면 내가 하늘에서 듣고 그 죄를 사하고 그 땅을 고칠지라”는 말씀을 붇잡고 전능하신 하나님께 기도하며 기도의 자리로 초청한다. 감사합니다. 박 형 우 목사

필리핀 빈민촌 빨래방 선교 I Pray for America 세계기도모임과 세계로 소망교회가 후원하고 선교하는 필리핀 빈민촌 빨래방 선교가 2018 년 2월 28일부터 3월 4일까지 필리핀 타이타이 빈민촌에서 박형우목사를 비롯한 후원이사들과 타이타이 필리핀 손창희 하정애 선교사 그리고 현지인들과 함께 빨래방 오픈식을 갖는다. "필리핀은 사시사철 더운나라입니다. 땀이 많이 나기 때문에 당연히 빨래도 많이 나옵니다. 세탁기만 있다면 빨래가 별문제가 되지 않겠지요 그러나 가난한 필리핀 사람은 세탁기를 살 여유가 없습니다. 전부 손빨래를 해야 합니다. 손빨래는 단순히 손빨래로 끝나지 않고 시간과 노동력을 빼앗아 갑니다. 손빨래에 시간과 노동력을 빼앗긴 가난한 가정은 다시 빈곤의 악순환만 계속됩니다. 그러나 빈곤의 악순환을 끊을 수 있는 방법이 있습니다. 만약 세탁기를 후원하여 공동빨래방을 만들어 준다면 우리는 한 마을을 변화시킬 수 있습니다. 귀하고 보람된 필리핀 빨래방선교를 위해 기도해 주세요! 그리고 월 10불만 후원해 주세요! 당신의 작은 손길이 세상을 변화시킬 수 있습니다. !!! " 필리핀 빈민촌 빨래방 선교 대표 박형우 목사

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교회 소식 The Church’s News 샬롯 한인장로교회 담임: 나성균 목사 1. 가을 성례식과 추수감사절 예배 성료(11/19) 금년에도 변함없는 사랑으로, 하나님의 사람을 통하여 추수감사절 강단 장식을 아름답게 꾸밀 수 있어서 감사를 드리었다. 옥명숙 사모의 정성어린 준비와 모든 성도들의 손수 기른 농작물과 손수 준비한 농작물들로 풍성히 강단을 장식하여 의미와 기쁨을 더하였다. 각 가정에서 준비한

음식물들도 풍성하고 의미있으며 화기애애한 식단을 꾸미기에 부족함이 없었다. 두 가정 유아세례와 성찬식을 거행한 후 오후에는 남전도회 정기총회를 통하여 그동안 많은 수고를 하였던 전승현 장로가 회장의 임무를 잘 마치고 이어 부회장 진태형 장로가 새회장으로 선출되어 새롭게 남전도회를 이끌어 가게 되었다. 전도와 선교에 더욱 열정을 가할 것으로 기대가 된다. 한편 저녁에는 김경태 집사 댁에서 청년 대학부가 영커풀들과 함께 만찬을 즐기며 추수감사와 친교와 축하를 나누었고, 담임목사와 선임 장로 내외들을 초청하여 함께 자리함으로 1 세와 2세의 아름다운 교제도 나누게 되었다. 2. 추수 감사 퍼레이드 준비(11/22) 와 다민족 수요예배 준비와 진행

(11/22) 해마다 추수감사절 목요일에 거행되는 샤롯 시내 각민족 연합 퍼레이드를 준비하기 위하여 샬롯한인회(회장 : 전승현 장로)는 멀리 그린스보로에서 농악팀이 합류하여 열심히 준비하여 각민족 퍼레이드에 참석함으로 각민족의 연합과 한인회 소개 및 한인위상을 높이는 귀한 사역을 감당하였다. 한편 지난주 부터 Chun University 기독교 음악과의 교수와 학생으로 구성된 College Choir가 수요예배 찬양을 감당함으로 예배의 영성을 더하고 은혜를 더하며 명실상부한 다민족 복음화의 박차를 더 가하게 되었다. 수요예배때마다 베드로 전서를 강해하는 담임목사는 이날 벧전 4: 9-11을 본문으로 누구든지 말하려면 하나님의 말씀을 하는 것 같이 하고 봉사하려면 원망없이 기쁨으로 하나님이 공급하시는 힘으로 하라시는 말씀을 통하여 공적이나 사적을 막론하고 하나님의 말씀을 하는 것 같은 언어 생활로 창조적이고 사랑이 넘치는 하나님의 응답이 크게 임하는 말을 하자고 격려하였고, 늘 기쁘게 감사와 감격으로 겸손과 경건으로 봉사하며 손대접함으로 아브라함 같이 소돔과 고모라를 위하여 중보하며 사랑하는 조카 롯을 구원하듯이 하나님의 사랑의 역사를 이루자고 역설하였다. 3. 크리스마스 인 샬롯(12/8) 해마다 전 그룹에서 거행하던 크리스마스 행사를 금년에는 전 유니버시티 주최로 성탄음악을 중심으로 유명 음악인들을 초청하여 함께 그리고 복사중창을 통하여 질높은 성탄 음악 행사를 준비해서 12월8일에 Asian Herald

Library에서 Christmas in Charlotte Concert 및 크리스마스 축하 파티를 가졌다. 총장 전기현 박사의 인사와 "기쁘다 구주 오셨네" 합창에 이어 나성균 목사의 성탄메세지 & 기도후 오페라 캐롤라이나 General Director 마에스트로 미나씨의 특별 인사에 이어 Chun University 의 Concert 가 있었다. 성시 낭독 (눅 2:13-14)은 영어,한국어, 중국어로,

CU 앙상불의 "사랑의 왕", Krystian 양이 모자르트의 "알렐루야" 독창 그리고 교수들의 "오 거룩한 밤" 사중창, "Deck the Halls" 성악반 합창, CU Community Choir 가 "Wild Geese(중국민요 홍예) 를 중국어로 "사랑으로" 를 한국어로 불렀다. 참석 전원이 "God is so Good" 을 영어, 중국어, 한국어, 불가리어 로 불러 Concert 를 마치고 아틀란타에서 주문한 한국음식으로 120명이 푸짐한

성탄잔치를 즐겼고 하와이 훌라댄스, 매직 쇼, 선물추첨 또 참석한 모든이에게 드리는 선물과 함께 즐거운 크리스마스를 모두가 맞았다.

The AsiAn herAld 샬롯 교협 성탄 연합 찬양예배 샬롯 교협연합회 (회장: 최유찬 목사)는 2017년 성탄축하찬양 예배를 샬롯 열린 교회 (담임:조재철 목사)에서 12월10일 오후 6시에 가졌다. 샬롯교협교회에 속한 초교파 교회에서 200 여명이 참석하여 크리스마스 축하 예배를 뜻깊게 드렸으며 특히 연합성가대원 50 여명이 여섯 교회,- 샬롯열린교회, 샬롯장로교회, 제일장로교회, 남부장로교회, 드림장로교회, 온나라교회에서 참가해서 샬롯장로교회 지휘자 차기훈 집사의 지휘와 김 하일리 반주로 "크리스마스 메들리 (이영기 편곡)" 찬양을 아름다운 화음과 성탄의 곡있는 기쁜 메세지를 전했으며 성탄 메세지는 조재철목사가 빌립보서 2:5-11의 성경말씀으로 "우리 예수님처럼 살아요"로 전했다. 헌금특송 "주님과 함께" 를 샤노아 어린이 합창단이 불렀고 다같이 "기쁘다 구주 오셨네" 를 합창하고 샬롯장로교회 담임 나성균목사의 축도로 성찬절 연합예배를 마쳤다. 예배후 본교회에서 정성스럽게 준비한 한식 만찬으로 성도의 교제를 하고 예수 크리스도의 탄생으로 여러교회가 기뻐하며 교제하는

크리스마스에 감사했다. 샬롯 모든 교우들이 연합하며 단합하여 복음의 기쁜 소식을 불신 세계에 열심히 전달하여 많은 영혼을 사랑으로 인도하는 결실을 얻는 우리 신앙인이 되기를 소원한다.■


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KIMNET KIMNET(세계선교동역네트웍: 대표회장 호성기 목사) “제8차 열방을 향한 선교전략과 기도성회” 가 “차세대를 바로 세워 주자”란 주제로 10월 25일(수)~27일(금) 까지 달라스중앙연합감리교회에서 열렸다. 북미주 여러 선교단체와 교회 그리고 선교사들이 참가하여 주제별

Church)와 허연행 목사(뉴욕 프라미스교회)가, ‘차세대의 헌신’ 이란 주제로 이야곱 목사(와싱톤 UBF) 와 Brandon Lee 목사(아틀 란타 새한장로교회 EM)가, 오후에는 ‘세대간 협력사역 모델’ 이란 주제로 이성철 목사(달라스중앙 연합감리교회)와 강민수 목사(

발제와 응답, 선교도전, 선교단체 소개, 네트워크별 발표, 주제별 웍샵, 그리고 저녁 설교를 통하여 북미주 이민교회의 자장 중요한 차세대 문제를 중점적으로 심도 있게 다루고 기도하는 시간을 가졌다. 첫날인 25일(수) 저녁에는 이중훈 선교사(인도)의 사역 보고 후, 노희송 목사(토론토 큰빛교회)가 ‘ 다음세대를 준비하시는 하나님’ 이란 설교를 통해 1세대와 차세대가 어떻게 하나가 되어 미래 한인 교회를 준비하여 나갈 것인가를 구체적으로 제시 하므로 큰 도전과 비전을 받는 은혜의 시간이 되었고, 이어서 중남미를 위한 기도로 마쳤다. 둘째 날인 26일(목) 오전에는 ‘ 성경에 나타난 차세대’란 주제로 박희민 목사(새생명선교회 대표) 가, ‘1세대와 차세대 관계’란 주제로 호성기 목사(필라안옥교회)와 정민철 목사(뉴욕 뉴하트선교 교회)가 발표 하였다. 바로 이어 KIMNET 총회가 있었고, 이어 각 선교단체 사역보고와 네트워크 별 사역보고가 이어지고, 저녁에는 최상득 선교사(과테말라)의 사역 보고와 한기홍 목사(은혜한인 교회)의 말씀 선포 후 미국과 한국을 위한 기도로 마쳤다. 셋째 날인 27일(금) 오전에는 ‘ 차세대의 선교비전’이란 주제로 Dr. Jon Choi(Director of M.A. in Christian Ministries at Dallas Baptist University)와 최바울 선교사 (인터콥 국제대표)가, ‘차세대와 함께하는 선교전략’이란 주제로 정민용 목사(Covenant Fellowship

시카고 레익뷰 언약교회)가, ‘차세대 선교동원 전략’이란 주제로 고훈 목사(뉴욕하은교회)와 김호성 목사( 국제도시선교회 대표)가 발표 하였다. 이어 5개의 주제별 웍샵이 이어졌다. 저녁에는 장다웟 선교사(중동)의 사역보고와 김대영 목사(메릴란드 휄로십교회)의 말씀 선포 후 중동과 유럽을 위한 기도로 모두 마쳤다.

특히 이번 포럼은 한인교회 가장 중요한 1세대와 차세대의 문제만을 가지고 폭넓고 깊이 있는 모임으로 새로운 장을 여는 계기가 되어 참석자들은 내용과 강사면에서 그 어느 때 보다도 의미가 클 뿐만 아니라 큰 도전과 비전을 제시 하였다고 찬사를 아끼지 않았다. 태국 현지인목회자 및 한인선교사 세미나 열리다. 세계선교동역네트웍(Kingdom Inter-Missions Network[KIMNE]: 대표회장 호성기목사)이 주관하는 태국 현지인목회자 및 한인선교사 세미나가 11월 7일(화) – 10일(금)

Super G Mart

까지 태국 방콕에서 KIMNET사무총장 이현석 목사의 진행으로 열렸다. 태국 목회자들과 한인선교사들을 말씀 위에 세우고 성령의 능력으로 재충전하여 태국과 아시아를 복음화 시키기 위한 것으로 방콕AVANA Hotel에서 열렸다. 이젠 한국 선교가 현지인 리더들을 더욱 발굴하여 그들을 훈련시켜 그들을 통하여 복음을 확산 시켜 나아가야 하기에, 현지인 목회자들의 재교육과 한인선교사들의 재충전이 절실히 필요 하다는 인식하에 진행하는 프로그램이었다. 이번 세미나는 태국 전국에서 120 여명의 현지목회자들과 50여명의 아시아한인선교사들이 참석 하여 배움의 귀중한 시간을 통하여 큰 도전과 비전을 받을 뿐 아니라 재충전을 받는 시간이었다. 강사로 수고하신 김용훈 목사(워싱톤 열린문장로교회 담임)의 “목회학”, 송병기 목사(뉴욕목양장로 교회 담임)의 “교회론”, 송상철 목사 (아틀란타 새한장로교회 담임)의 “ 개인전도와 양육”, 임석순 목 사(한국중앙교회 담임, 전, 대신총회신학교 총장)의 “크리스찬 리더십”, 이정기 목사(한국신나는교회 담임, 대신총회신학교 설교학 교수) 의 “설교학” 등은 말씀에 대한 갈급함을 갖고 있던 현지인 목회자들과 선교사들에게는 영적인 갈급함을 채우고 영혼 구원에 대한 열정과 도전

정신을 실제로 접할 수 있는 기회가 되었다. 그리고 자기 민족 복음화와 세계 선교에 동참 하는 큰 도전의 계기도 되었다. 초청의 글 2017년 성탄절을 맞이하여 동역자님의 사역과 가정에 주님의 은총과 평강이 함께 하시기를 기원 합니다. 2018년 새해를 맞이 하면서 주님께서 새로운 사역을 감당 하도록 조지아주 Norman Park 에 위치한 Shorter 대학 캠퍼스를 인수하여 기도와 선교 공동체 마을 PMC(Prayer Missions Community Center) 사역을 하도록 허락

December 2017 (21) 하셨습니다. 아래와 같이 센터 개원 행사에 초청 하오니 필히 참석 하셔서 하나님이 주신 놀라운 비전과 축복에 동참 하여 주시면 감사 하겠습니다. 일시: 2018년 2월 1일 12:00PM ~2 일 1:00PM 장소: 4243 US 319 N, Norman Park, GA 31771 2월 1일(목) KIMNET 총무단 모임(9:00AM ~ 5:00PM) 2월 2일(금) 1부: 개원 감사예배 (9:00AM~10:00AM) 사회: 최일식 목사 설교: 한기홍 목사(은혜한인교회 담임, KIMNET 이사장) 2부: 리더십 포럼 사회: 이현석 목사, 장세균 선교사 총 주제: 기도와 선교 공동체의 비전과 과제(10:00AM~10:50AM) 신동우 목사(서울 산돌중앙교회 담임, KWMA 이사장) Break (10:50AM~11:10AM) 주제 1: 공동체 삶을 통한 갈등과 치유 및 성숙(11:10AM~12:10PM) 발제: 박희민 목사(나성 영락교회 원로, 새생명 선교회 대표) 응답: 황성주 목사(분당 꿈의 교회 담임, 사랑의 병원 원장) 점심식사(12:10PM~1:30PM 주제 2: 리더십과 영성개발 (1:30PM~2:30PM) 발제: 호성기 목사(필라 안디옥교회 담임, KIMNET 대표회장) 응답: 이종문 목사(JSTV 대표) 주제 3: 안식년 선교사 교육과 재 충전 (2:30PM~3:30PM) 발제: 정윤진 선교사 (GMS 소속, 인도 37년 사역) 응답: 이은무 선교사(인도네시아 선교, GCU 선교학 교수) Break Time(3:30PM~4:00PM) 주제 4: 사역자를 위한 1:1 전도, 양육, 선교(4:00PM~5:00PM) 발제: 송상철 목사(아틀란타 새한장로교회 담임) 응답: 전요한 박사(전 UBF 국제대표, 선교사 계속훈련 코디네이터) 주제 5: 리더십과 재정관리 (5:00PM~6:00PM) 발제: 전기현 장로(Chun Group CEO, KIMNET 공동회장/본부장) 응답: Elder David Choe(RiverBridge Assets Investment, Partner) 저녁식사(6:00PM~7:30PM) 2월 3일(토) PMC 운영이사회 창립 (9:00AM~12:00PM)

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Tel: (980) 321-4048 Website: http://supergmart.net Independence Square East Shopping Center 7323 E. Independence Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28227

Store Hours: We are Open Every Day Including Holidays! Monday thru Saturday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Sunday & Holidays: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM • Joy Luck Club authentic Chinese restaurant • Chanell Cake In-House Bakery

Voice: (704) 821-0899 Website: grandasiamarket.com 4400 Potters Rd, Stallings, NC 28104

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December 2017 (22) Carmel Baptist Japanese Ministry 1145 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Rev. Kenji Takami 980-322-4321 e-mail: kytakami@yahoo.co.jp www.carmelbaptist.org

Carmel Baptist Chinese Ministry 1145 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Rev: Haohsin Huang 704-847-8575 e-mail: haohsinh@carmelbaptist.org www.carmelbaptist.org

Agape Chinese Baptist Church 1500 Suther Rd. Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Xiaowei Zhou 973-699-2308 xwzhou65@yahoo.com

Charlotte Chinese Baptist Church 7225 Pence Rd. Charlotte, NC 28215 Pastor: Jayson Ramscal 704-536-6700 pastorjason@ccbnc.org www.ccbnc.org

Vietnamese Baptist Church 4301 Howie Circle Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: Paul Hung Nguyen 704-231-3594

Vietnamese Faith Baptist Church 9733 Plaza Road Ext. Charlotte, NC 28215 Senior Pastor: Dai Van Nguyen 704-563-7847 mucsunguyenvandai@yahoo.com

Charlotte Presbyterian Church 701 Scaleybark Rd. Charlotte, NC 28209 Pastor: Sung Kyun Na 704-877-6642 (Cell) 704-529-0900 (Church) revskna@gmail.com

The First Korean Presbyterian Church 6930 Wallace Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212 Pastor: Yu Chan Choi 980-200-7211 (C) 704-531-2552 (O) yoochan6@hotmail.com

Southern Korean Presbyterian Church 3619 McKee Rd. Charlotte, NC 28270 Pastor: Sung Sub Song 704-989-4412 (C) 704-841-0821 (O) sungsong1960@gmail.com

Charlotte Adelphos ARP Church 2024 Sam Newell Rd Matthews,  NC 28105 Pastor: In Woo Ryoo 704-221-4837 661-860-6185 revryoo@naver.com

Wesley United Methodist Church 3715 Rea Rd. Charlotte, NC 282226 Pastor: Hyeong Jae Lee 704-408-0909 828-702-2412

Dream Presbyterian Church 3316 Pleasant Plains Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Ji Ho Jeong 704-287-2278 (C) 704-847-9880 (O) jjh0627y@yahoo.co.kr

Beacon Korean Methodist Church 9212 Bryant Farms Rd. Charlotte, NC 28277 Pastor : Sun Jin Kim 704-936-9025 (C) 980-819-8493 (O) ksumj5900@hanmail.net

Interfaith Indonesian Fellowship

St. Joseph Vietnamese Catholic

2940 Commonwealth Ave. Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: Jusuf Mandey Contact: Maureen Laloan 704-248-6983

Filipino Int’l Community Church

4929 Sandy Porter Rd. Charlotte, NC 28273 Rev: Tri Truong 704-504-0907 revletan@netzero.net

Centerview Lao Baptist Church

185 S Trade St. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Van Joven Pamintuan

4307 Eddleman Street Charlotte, NC 28208 Rev: Bounthavone Sombatsaphay 704-509-4989 704-277-4183


Bible Baptist Church

Cambodian Methodist Mission 4305 Monroe Rd. Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: Samuel Om 704-253-3715 sam_om53@yahoo.com

First Hmong United Methodist 2101 Belvedere Ave Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Hood Vang 704-649-8314 Email: 1hmongumc@gmail.com

Vietnamese Assembly of God 4525 E. WT Harris Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28215 Pastor: Timothy Tran 704-568-9522 704-362-1554 mstrantrongthu@juno.com

255 South Highway 21 Bypass Fort Mill, SC 28089 Pastor: John Stone 571-438-3852 (한 수현)

Myanmar Community Church

To Jeong

2029 Mecklenburg Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: John Byhna 704-712-7810 E-mail: jbyhna@yahoo.com

Lien Hoa Vietnamese Buddhist Temple

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6510 Lake Drive Charlotte, NC 28215 Contact person: Phuc Tu Phone: 704-941-4540

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Sarang Church of Charlotte 331 West Sugar Creek Rd. Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Joseph Chung 704-598-5255 (C) 704-494-3003 (H) sjosephchung@gmail.com

The Korean Hope Church 2841 Idlewild Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212 Pastor: Hyung Woo Park 704-322-3101 (C) 704-281-0080 (H) hopepaul@gmail.com

Statesville ARP Church 221 Ivyrun Ct. Statesville, NC 28625 Pastor: Song Choi 704-924-9772 (O) 704-873-6275 (H) revsongchoi@aol.com

Peace Church 5201 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC 28210 예배시간 : 주일 12시 30분 Pastor: Eung Ju Lee 704-236-7194 (C) eung1026@hanmail.net

Henderson Mission Church 286 8th Ave Cramerton, NC 28032 Pastor: Dongwook Kim 980-329-0060 (C) 704-823-7743 (O) newedu@hotmail.com

Charlotte Korean SDA Church 3120 Sam Newell Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Jin Yong Park 704-849-7787 (O)

Rodam Presbyterian Church 15008 Lancaster Highway Pineville, NC 28134 Pastor: Eun Joo Kim 704-307-5442 (C) rodamch@hotmail.com

All Nations Church 301 S. Davidson St. Charlotte, NC 28202 Pastor: Eul Ki Jung 704-281-0585 (C) 704-332-9930 (O) eulkichung@gmail.com

Bethel Korean Church of Charlotte 7121 Delta Lake Dr. Charlotte, NC 28215 Pastor: John C. Kim 704-877-9925 (C) 704-566-7173 (O) jaykimusa1@hanmail.net

Carolina Korean Church 3715 Rea Rd. Charlotte, NC 28226 Pastor: Seung Hwan Kim 704-488-1187 econkim@hotmail.com

Open Church of Charlotte 1015 S. Trade St. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Jae Chul Cho 704-849-2661 (O) 704-534-9964 (C) cjc0705@gmail.com

Korean Global Mission Church 1329 Stallings Rd. Matthews, NC 28104 Pastor: Daemun Yim 704-654-5035 (C) 704-568-7794 (H) daeyim@hotmail.com

Asheville Korean Baptist Church 2905 N. Rugby Rd. Hendersonville, NC 28791 Pastor: Yeun Wok Kim 828-684-0173 828-702-2412

New Vision Mission Church 800 Fullwood Ln,Bldg C Matthews,NC 28105 Pastor: Young Cha

704-763-6242 (C)


Chinese True Buddhist Society 5909 Monroe Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212 Contact: Pauline Lee 704-567-2000 www.charlotte-tbs.org

Cambodian Buddhist Temple 219 Owen Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28213 Master: Duong Cheang Contact: Manary Tan 704-596-6628

Phat Hue Buddhist Temple 11502 Idlewild Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Chua Phat Hue Venerable: Thich Phap Hue 704-321-9098

Wat Lao Buddharam 1824 Todville Rd. Charlotte, NC 28214 Phonglith Chanthasalo 704-391-9956

Holy Rosary Group Holy Rosary Groups of Charlotte & vicinity Paul Davis Amigo 704-909-0429

Charlotte Harmony Church 2817 Mt. Harmony Church Rd. Charlotte, NC 28105 Rev. Yong Chel Park 704-577-6085, 704-814-0958


Carolinas Christian Assembly/Indian Church Rev.Dr. K.C.paul, MA,MS,M.Div,Phd 12601 Idlewild Rd NC 28105 704-771-1414 Email:Christspaul@gmail.com

St. John Lee Korean Catholic Church 7109 Robinson Church Rd. Hendersonville, NC 28215 Pastor: Duk Kyo Suh 704-281-6292 (C) 704-531-8417 (O) www.charlottekoreancatholic.org

Korean Central Baptist Church 328 W Carson Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28203 Pastor: Kee Woong Lee 980-422-3263 (C) giwlee24@gmail.com

Bethany Korean Presbyterian Church 3901 McKee Rd. Charlotte, NC 28270 Pastor: Jong Baek Lim 704-771-3685 (C) 704-375-3501 (O) bethanychurch77@yahoo.com

Wheat Mission in Charlotte 701 Scaleybark Rd. Charlotte, NC 28209 Pastor: Seung Min Lee 704-860-1388 (C) charlottemilal@gmair.com

Others ◙ Grace Korean Church 704-965-1004 ◙ Mustard Seed Church, 980-253-3956 Young Seo Kim ◙ Lake Norman Presby. Church Young Il Cho, 980-258-3521

◙ Full Gospel Hallelujah Church Jung Kyung Kim 704-525-1133, 704-534-7756

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Asian Business Directory Cultural Centers

Asian Embassies

Chinese Embassy Indian Embassy Indonesian Embassy Japanese Embassy Korean Embassy Philippines Embassy Singapore Embassy Taiwan(Am. Affairs Off.)


202-338-6688 202-939-7000 202-775-5200 202-238-6700 202-939-5600 202-467-9300 202-537-3100 202-362-6144

—––— North Carolina ——–

Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce 704-332-5656 Chinese-American Assn. of Charlotte 704-322-3327 Filipino-American of the Carolinas 704-605-5955 Hindu Center (India) 704-535-3440 India Association 704-545-3727 Indonesian Association 704-458-8532 Japanese.-Ame. Assn. of Charlotte 704-333-8099 Korean Assn. of Charlotte 704-307-9584 Korean Assn. of Fayetteville 910-286-7518 Korean Assn. of Greensboro 336-327-3672 Korean Assn. of Raleigh 919-931-4747 Lao-Ame. Assn. of Charlotte 704-533-2634 NC Korean Church Assn. 919-621-6220 NC Korean Culture Assn. 919-848-6110 Tai.-Ame.Assn. of Charlotte 704-588-1004 Vietnamese Assn. of Clt. 704-780-0822 Taiwan Assn. of Charlotte 704-543-9360

—–—– South Carolina —–––

Filipino Assn.of Columbia Korean Assn. of Columbia Korean Assn. of Greenville Philippine American Assn of Greenville

803-781-9509 803-419-1144 864-223-7271 864-297-4576

Chan Pauline,CPA Chun, Ki-Hyun, Ph.D.LLD,CPA Lee, Jung Sook, CPA Lee. C. W. MBA., CPA Zee, Sylvester L., CPA

704-540-0027 704-332-5656 704-364-3667 704-607-7260 704-467-1965

Big “L” Food Service


Accountants - CPA

Food Wholesale

Carolina Asian Culture Center International House The Peaceful Dragon Tea House

704-334-3450 704-333-8099 704-504-8866

Chang, Kristen Aekyung Li, Benjamin M. Kim, Douglas H. Nguyen, Tin Suhr, Paul

336-855-5700 704-527-0878 704-504-0962 704-461-1527 919-876-4707


Asian Groceries

Asia Oriental Grocery International Super Market New Century Overseas Oriental Food G Mart Grand Asia Market Luck Oriental Market Pepero Asian Grocery

704-375-1215 704-509-1799 704-921-1716 704-522-9111 980-321-4048 704-821-0891 704-568-8949 704-845-2107

Olivia Wong’s


Zak Kacho C-Tech(Daniel)

704-347-5081 980-939-5032

Nu Air Cond.


Home Accessories Internet Solution Heating & Air

Kim Piano

Piano Tuning Martial Arts

Facente, Christopher Kim, Ju Hoon Pak, Sang K. Pang’s U.S Taekwondo

912-655-9385 704-545-7438 704-332-7000 803-327-9000 704-867-7600


The Asian Herald The Korean Christian Times World Journal China Star Carolina Korea Journal

704-334-3450 770-986-8220 770-451-4509 704-364-8887 704-449-0321

E.Balcita. McGary & Asso.



Fu, Kevin Lee, Eva - Allen Tate Yu, Anne-Home Vision realty Yu, Linda-Keller Williams CherLue Vang, Golden Key Smita. B. Parekh Home mortage Lee, Maria Han, Michelle Coco Niu Brenda J. Shi Connie Heintz

704-888-1108 704-543-5926 704-650-7650 704-258-9087 704-545-8264 704-608-2191 704-576-6000 704-400-7744 704-332-9320 704-502-2726 704-430-7046

Restaurants (Charlotte, NC )

–——— American, French ———–

Osaka Room 112 Coral Sushi EMZY Nikko Nakato J.J. Wasabi’s

704-849-0028 704-335-7112 704-895-6880 704-348-4288 704-370-0100 704-543-8899 704-799-0068

G Mart Restaurant China Wing Inter-net Coffee House Fish Wing

704-536-5848 704-643-1212 704-334-1523 704-331-0740

–——— Korean —–——




Cuisine Malaya

Baoding Chinese Cuisine Chian Wing(Special Noodle) Ginbu 401 Dim Sum Dragon Court Fujo GadoGado Great Wall of China, South Jade JoJo China Bistro Koishi Panda’s Den Royal Panda Shun Lee Palace Tin Tin Times Tomi Wan Fu Red ball

704-552-8899 704-643-1212 704-372-2288 704-569-1128 704-596-0228 704-954-0087 704-844-8686 704-542-5409 704-369-5088 704-541-6488 704-442-9886 704-567-0088 704-587-3996 704-366-2025 980-299-3939 704-676-9998 704-759-1288 704-541-1688 704-282-2300

Joel’s Grill

—––—— Chinese ———–--------

Bombay Grill Jaipur Maharani

–—– Indian —–—

704-542-3933 704-643-1421 704-370-2455

––— Japanese ———

Kabuto Japanese Steak House Kobe Japanese House Tokyo Japanese Restaurant Sushi-ya japan Mizuho Japanese Restaurant Tokyo Japanese Restaurant Hanaya Garden

704-529-0659 704-896-7778 704-541-1788 704-295-7633 704-543-4081 704-541-1788 704-891-4150




––— Filipino ——


–—— Thai —–—

Monsoon Thai House, Hwy 51 Thai House, Univ. Thai Orchid Thai Taste On East Blvd.

704-533-6778 704-542-6300 704-717-8006 704-364-1134 704-332-0001

–——— Vietnamese ———–

Ben Thanh Pupusa Pho 98 Pho Hoa Saigon Bistro Saigon Palace

704-566-1088 704-537-8475 704-643-1243 704-536-7110 704-536-5888 704-529-0098


Charlotte Chinese School Chinese Language Tutor Japanese Language School Timothy School

704-243-2515 980-939-9408 704-333-8099 704-591-4872


Cargo Brokers Int’l. - Tun Young 704-357-3079

Translating & Interpreting


704-717-0043 / 888-721-2077

Travel Agencies

Da Fa Travel Free Spirit Travel J.C. Tour & Travel NC Travel

919-790-6898 704-568-8744 800-239-1232 910-868-2400

Carolina Asian Culture Center 701 Scaleybark Rd. Charlotte, NC 28209 Sunny Chun (704) 334-3450 Pastor Sam Na (704) 529-0900

Boat People SOS, Inc.

(704) 567-2320

Branch Manager/Outreach Coordinator Linh Quach (704) 596-2157 linh.quach@bpsos.org

Central Piedmont Community College International Programs and Services Dotty Holly (704) 330-6127 dotty.holley@cpcc.edu (704) 330-6456

UNC Charlotte International Student/Schlar Office (704) 687-2000 Debbie Wilson - Administrative Assistatn dawilson@uncc.edu (704) 687-7781

Korean Business Directory

동남부한인회연합회(이기붕)334-221-5939 캐롤라이나연합회(김성찬) 843-708-0777 주아틀란타총영사관 404-522-1611~3 샬롯한인회 (전승현) 704-307-9584 샬롯교회협의회(송성섭) 704-989-4412 아시안도서관 704-334-3450 샬롯노인회 (이봉석) 704-689-8013 한국식품점(Korean Grocery) 빼빼로식품 704-845-2107 한식품 704-814-8822 럭키식품 704-568-8666 부동산(Realtor) 박종호 부동산 704-737-7203 데이빗 리 부동산 704-408-9947 이 마리아 부동산 704-576-6000 미쉘 한 부동산 704-400-7744 임영준 부동산 704-560-0312 김하중 부동산 704-532-8222 배혜진 부동산 704-577-9309 최희수 부동산 704-351-6422 한진구 부동산 704-376-3825 최미숙 부동산 704-814-6255 전수진 부동산 704-649-2964 최종은 부동산 704-839-1575 김미선 부동산 704-575-5994 뉴라이프 부동산 704-877-7712 박에스더 704-208-9006 황미선 부동산 704-658-6480 Connie Heintz 704-430-7046 병원(Hospital) 유종현 M.D. 704-663-7500 하명록내과 704-799-8182 박정필 카로프랙틱 704-841-1701 송호준 카이로프랙틱 704-321-7963 정기수 신경과 704-316-5388 치과(Dentist) 정승수 치신경과 704-792-9637 김수훈 치과 704-935-2700 정치과 704-594-9808 Tommy Kim 치과 704-948-5684

박치과 704-573-1198 한의원(Asian acupuncture) 중화 한의원 704-543-9243 에버그린한의원 704-540-7471 녹십자 한의원 704-540-6900 융자(Financing) 김연화 융자 704-280-0437 전도범 융자 704-537-1909 초이스융자 704-320-8999 데이빗오융자 704-926-5683 법률사무소(LawOffice) 장애경 변호사 336-855-5700 김동현 변호사 704-504-0962 벤자민 리 변호사 704-527-0878 박영민 변호사 704-556-9161 천미성 변호사 919-783-8999 서승해 변호사 919-864-7110 태권도/검도(Martial Art) 용인대 태권도 (우성제) 704-841-7555 김문갑당수도/해동검도 704-568-8666 방호상 태권도 704-867-7600 유에스 태권도 704-544-7500 김주훈 태권도 704-332-7000 박상근 태권도 803-327-9000 한스유에스태권도 704-752-9400 자동차정비(Auto Repair) 이코노자동차종합정비 704-889-3266 FM 자동차정비 704-536-0519 스피디 자동차종합정비 704-544-4665 에이스 종합정비 704-566-7887 Park 자동차써비스 704-998-7042 공인회계사/세무(CPA) 전기현 공인회계사 704-332-5656 최기호 공인회계사 704-847-7208 이정숙 공인회계사 704-364-3667 이천우 공인회계사 704-607-7260 최종구 공인회계사 704-541-0527 보험(Insurance) 박종호 보험 704-737-7203 삼성종합보험 704-537-3722 김시영 보험 704-737-9207

제이씨보험 하나종합보험 데이빗양 보험 해피 라이프

704-334-5082 704-968-2597 704-839-3692 615-833-2100

도서관(Library) 아시안헤럴드도서관 704-334-3450 식당(Restaurant) G-Mart식당 704-536-5848 오사카 704-849-0028 스시야재팬 704-295-7633 미용실(Hair Salon) 현미용실 704-562-3847 안나 미용실 678-907-0999 Bela K 미용실 704-293-2631 진 미용실 704-277-1868 여행사(Travel) NC Travel 910-868-2400 JC Tour & Travel 704-451-1236 서울국제여행사 800-458-2242 청소(Cleaning)&건축(Construction)

유비엠 청소회사 KLEEN UBM US 건축 에이스건축 Ahn's 페인팅 Song's 페인팅 대한엔터프라이즈

704-940-7722 704-527-2363 704-363-0106 704-615-8584 704-752-3885 704-808-0983 704-258-0614 704-309-0439


샬롯 한국인쇄소

704-527- 0901 간판 (Sign)

디지탈싸인그래픽스 US Signs & Graphics 이코노싸인

704-333-9399 704-771-6681 704-375-1552

기타 (Others)

컴퓨터수리 뉴에어(에어콘,히팅,냉동) 대농기계(세탁장비,수리) 프로전기,냉난방 남가이버핸디맨 C2 Education 샬롯 아이비학원 피아노조율 그린월드조경 코리아나농장 금은보석 Gold man Camel Jewelry 디모데한국학교 휴대폰 개인과외지도(Tutoring) 바이올린 레슨 웅진코웨이 대리점 닥터권교육센터 샬롯밀알선교단

980-939-5032 704-661-5699 704-942-5555 704-771-8507 704-516-5681 704-544-2511 704-608-2297 704-644-5285 704-699-7956 704-882-9533 704-569-0017 704-544-2511 704-591-4872 980-230-6906 704-965-9084 267-939-0222 704-375-1215 704-849-7926 704-281-8318


샬롯볼링협회(홍미경) 샬롯테니스협회(박준범) 샬롯축구협회(오정국) 샬롯유스축구

704-877-7910 704-877-1030 704-363-4452 704-654-5023


C & H Imports P & Y Trading US Trading J & P Trading Updales, Inc

704-525-5108 704-392-4849 704-375-0506 704-394-8453 704-399-6211

아시안 수퍼 식품점(Asian Super MKT) G-Mart 980-321-4048 Grand-Asia 704-821-0899 피아노조율(Piano Tuning) 김 피아노 912-655-9385


Todd’s Flowers


Nu Air

냉방&난방(Air Condition) 704-543-9360

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Bachelor in Christian Global Leadership Christ. Bachelor in Christian Music Certificate in Christian Counseling Diploma in Vocal Performance 28204 Diploma in Music Performance

Bachelor in Biblical Studies Bachelor in Christian Music Certificate in Teacher Church Education Certificate in Christian Counseling Diploma in Vocal Performance Diploma in Music Performance

Main Office: 1339 Baxter St. # 250 Charlotte, NC 28204

704-332-4167 980-272-8593

Chun University Conservatory

Chun University Conservatory is the community music school of Chun University. Welcoming young musicians of all ages, skill levels, instrument preferences, and economic backgrounds, Chun University Conservatory provides focused one-on-one lessons in a musical environment close to you.

Conservatory@chununiversity.org www.chununiversity.org

Piano, Violin, Cello, Voice, CU Community Orchestra Ms. Mila Gilbody, Chun University Violin Faculty Ms. Tanja Bechtler, Chun University Cello Faculty


(Sam Sung Ins.) 삼성이 하면 다릅니다 그 서비스의 차이를 느껴 보십시오

삼성에서는 자동차, 상업(W/C, G/L, 자영업자 보험), 건강보험 (BlueCross BlueShield) 생명보험(G/E) 등 모든 보험을 취급하는 보험 전문 회사 언제든지 전화만 주시면 자동차 보험료 무료견적을 받아 보실 수 있으십니다 또한 본인 및 배우자의 금액에 따른 생명보험 요금도 즉시에서 Check하실 수 있습니다

건강보험: Blue Cross Blue Shield (NC 제1의 건강보험) 생명보험: General Electric

Tel : 704-537-3722 Fax : 704-537-3713

Please Eroll Now !

980 272 8593

삼성이 하면 다름니다

“차이를 느껴 보십시오” 삼성종합보험으로 연락 바랍니다. 삼성종합보험 Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Agent


심위성 대표


Tel : 704-537-3722 Fax : 704-537-3713 Email: wsshim_2000@yahoo.com 4801E.Independence Blvd.#615 (Independence Tower) Charlotte, NC 28212

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