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Everyone agreed that It was about time that more Asians came and actively participated in the signature event of the Asian American community in the Carolinas, viz. the 14th Asian Festival, the 8th Charlotte Dragon Boat Races and 11th Ms Asia Carolinas, A Multicultural Showcase, held at the Ramsey Creek Park in Cornelius on May 4, 2013.. Over the years, the festival has grown in leaps and bounds, always with something new to offer the festival goer. This year, the Miss Asia Carolinas (MAC) rose to the challenge and included many participants from the underrepresented, undeserved Asian ethnic minorities. It was an opportunity to bring in new Asian communities to the Festival, and hopefully, assist in their earlier acculturation and assimilation into the mainstream. We were not disappointed. For the first time we had talented candidates from the Montagnards (Jarai tribal community) of Vietnam, the Karenni community from the mountains of Thailand, Nepalis/Butanese... Multiple representations came from Burma/ Myanmar, Hmong, Cambodia, Laos...A further innovation was the participation of Little Misses, in their pre-teens, who showed a wonderful enthusiasm to represent their culture. For this we thank our fearless talent scout, Jackie O White, Founder & Director of Anchor International Mission, Inc. In spite of the sudden drop in temperatures which caught everybody unaware, shivering in spring frocks, except the smart ones who believed in the weather man and donned their winter jackets, the festivities started early. Some of the 44 Dragon Boat teams were in the water by 8 am, traffic and parking was ably directed by Tony Zhang & Lina Kweman, the 30 volunteers were in place as organized by Linh Quach...the six country cultural booths coordinated by Sunu Sebastian( China, Japan, Korea, India, Philippines, Vietnam) and craft stores were prepping for business by 9 am, so with the other vendors booths...the CAACC Info Booth/snack &

water station, under Dr. Jian Zhang/ Pauline Chan/CAACC officers & Julie Chen ...the 26 participants of MAC with their entourage, parents, siblings and escorts in tow were having their photo shoot by 9:30 am; the food vendors coordinated by CAACC Prexy Jerry Tucker/ Jennifer /Quynh( Korean, Filipino charity booth by FAS/CFC for Ancop, Indian, Laotian, Chinese, Thai) were busy setting up and getting ready for the food inspectors by 10 am. And the show was on stage at 10 am, with the curtain raiser of the pretty little girls from where big pretty girls come,( Athena & Amelie, China; Sena Sopheap White, Cambodia, Kelleena & Jadyn Xiong, Hmong, Van Nai Ting, Myanmar) declared emcees NAAAP Prexy Warren Chu and Jaspreet Singh of BoFA. Then the National Dress Competition was on, with the participants gracefully strutting their stuff and showing off authentic elegant & precious national dresses to the judges: Councilwoman La Wana Mayfield, Prof. Dr. Gabriela Tarrazona Sevillano, UNCC, Susan Watkins of URS Nuclear Center, Robyn Massey of IBM/Microsoft & Bill Garcia of The Norman Group. At 11 am, CAACC’s PRO Andrea Lee of Hissho Sushi kicked off the Opening Ceremony, County Commissioner Pat dotted the eye of the dragon, officially opening the Dragon Boat Races with the Lion Dance following after. Then the MAC Talent Show took center stage with diverse performances of a Bollywood dance medley by the Miss Asia Carolinas winner, Nupur Charyalu, the Chinese guzheng number with vocals by Julia Gong, 2nd place, Vietnamese fan dance & Bach on the keyboard by Kem Kem, 3rd place; Chinese modern dance / color guard by Judy Wei, Miss Talent. Allyssa Abalos, the 15 yr. old rep from the Philippines was Ms Photogenic (via Facebook), June Nean who did a Cambodian traditional dance was chosen as Ms Congeniality by the participants themselves and a new category, to encourage more camaraderie, Ms Friendship went to Ngun Khen Tial of Bur-

ma, who sang in Burmese. Likewise the very varied community cultural show, emceed by Sherman Tse/Maelin Plummer, as coordinated by Sharada Gullapali Mae Armstead on stage (which she and husband James, & Linh nicely decorated) was enjoyed by the big audience under the big tent...The Little Lotus Dance Troupe of Xiaosong Her, the Cambodian Wedding fashion ensemble, the classical Indian dances from Dr. Maha Gingrich school, the violin solo and the Vietnamese pro singer, with the high energy modern dance by the Vietnamese teens with Daniel Quach, and of course the two Martial Arts demo by the Peaceful Dragon, and the Tae Kwon Do under Grandmaster Pang. Surprise awards were the inaugural NAAAP Young Leadership Awards in three fields: 1) Academics, Riska Zahrro, and 2nd year Civil Engineering student at UNCC, a MAPS scholar & a leader in her class;2) Cultural Advocacy to Mealea Sovan, who embarked on her own inspired mission to preserve her Cambodian traditions, religious beliefs, cultural heritage, by teaching the young ones the ancient Cambodian dances historically reserved for royal audiences only, together with someone who was trained by one of the students in the Royal School established by the princess of Cambodia ( daughter of Prince Norodum) after the civil war which decimated the culturati and intelligentsia in Cambodia 3) Allyssa Abalos, Community Service, in recognition of her dedicated service in tutoring kids since she was in elementary school, her volunteer work as student assistant, and as library assistant at the Independence Regional Library. Not even the clouds or early-chilly-wind could keep the crowds from enjoying the diverse and full fun-field Asian Festival. Congratulation to all organizers and participants for an outstanding event. ■

by Dr. Nini RB Bautista, Chairman Emerita & Past President, CAACC

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May-June 2013 (2) “Bridging the Pacific”

Congratulations to Dr. Nini Bautista as the MICA’s 2013 Global Leader!

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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 actiAvities 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 years ago, there were less than 200 Asians and only 8 Asian businesses in the Regional Charlotte Area, but this number has grown to 55,000 Asians and 870 businesses directly involved with Asians. Considering average gross sales of $520,000 a year per business, the Asian population of this area is generating $452 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)

Charlotte International Cabinet and

Charlotte International the Office the Office of the Cabinet Mayorand hosts the of the Mayor hosts the annual Mayor's annual Mayor's International ComInternational Community Awards (MICA). munity Awards (MICA). This annual This annual event honors event honors the philanthropic giving the philanthropic giving and support of Mecklenburg County's foreign-owned firms to and support of Mecklenburg County's non-profit organizations in the Charlotte foreign-owned firms to non-profit orarea.

ty. Dr. Nini Bautista is the recipient of this year's Global Leader Award. She has worked tirelessly promoting the international community in the Charlotte region through her board membership with the Asian American Chamber of Commerce and as the creator and chairman of Miss Asia Congratulations to Dr. Nini Bautista as Carolinas cultural showcase. Please Leader! join Dr. Nini and the Asian American Chamber of Commerce for this year's Asian Festival and Dragon Boat Festival on May 4th, 2013. The event is free to the public and features activities and events for the whole family. Congratulations to Dr. Nini Bautista, a collaborator and a friend to Charlotte's international community! ■

ganizations in the Charlotte area. In addition to honoring foreignIn addition to honoring foreign-owned firms in the Charlotte region, the Charlotte MICA Awards also owned firms in the region, ●One 7 School ( 10 Students) recognizes individuals or organizations the MICA Awards also recognizeswho in●Contract Bridge have displayed effective leadership and M-F / 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM dividuals or organizations who have Wed / 1:00 – 4:00 PM contribution to the development of Charlotte's Mary Catherine Garrett 704-493-7043 displayed leadership and International community. Dr. Nini Bautista is the recipient of thiseffective year's Global Leader Award. Ernie Ho 704-849-9715 - One7 Academy is a small private school contribution to the development of She has worked tirelessly promoting the international community in the Charlotte region founded to educate sudents who were through her board membership with the Asian American Chamber of Commerce and as the ●Go Club “ slipping through the cracks’ in Charlotte's International communi-

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May-June 2013 (3)

Sam Thong Vilage

FACC 2013 Flores de Mayo Celebration

By Cat Bao Le

Reaching out to a rural Lao community in North Carolina called Sam Thong. Preparing for our fair on May 19, 2013. Holla if you want to come and help! Cat Bao Le, Director of the Southeast Asian Coalition (Charlotte) -- shares the love and hustle that comes with engaging APIA communities in the South: When community members smile at me slightly embarrassed, and say they don’t want to vote because they are not political, I can’t say I take it completely at face value. Coming from a community where our lives have been uprooted and re-routed from our homelands to the U.S. because of politics and war, how can I believe that our people are not ‘political’? Our histories have been directly political, and by histories I don’t mean 400 years ago, but more like 40. The memories of struggle and war are still fresh within our lifespan, and still evident in our everyday lives. But because of this, I ‘get’ it. I understand the spectrum of reactions that I get from my community when registering them to vote: from the excited newly naturalized immigrant who feels they finally have a place in America, to the reluctant grandma who has learned that survival often means not speaking up -- these are the beautiful contradictions that happen within a com-

munity that has had to make sense of a trauma-filled past in order to survive in the current. These are the different ways it can manifest. I try to remember this in my own work in the community, because although nothing changes overnight, I also believe that very little gets done without love and compassion. There is an importance in understanding the dynamics within the community, to better understand how our strengths can best be built. To me, it’s about moving the community from the inside, which is what we have tried to do at the Southeast Asian Coalition (SEAC). With little Asian partner organizations in the South, we’ve had to work through churches, temples, and even unofficial groups -- but this has allowed us to organize in a more genuine way and to build trust.

I work in North Carolina, and it just so happens that this state has a very diverse Southeast Asian refugee population. For example, outside of Charlotte -- in the Hickory area -- there's a large rural Hmong community, many of which have moved there from California. This community may work in factories or manufacturing centers during the day, but many come home and grow their own food on their land, similar to how they did in Laos. In fact, this

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By Dr. Nini RB Bautista The traditional Flores de Mayo, or Mayflower Festival in the Philippines, is usually a child's memorable introduction to a lifelong devotion to our Virgin Mary. It may involve picking flowers in the neighbor's garden while no one is looking... for the floral offering to Our Lady. The kids, dressing in white in honor of Our Lady, the processional singing of "Dios Te salve, Maria, Llena eres de Gracia".. which is the "Hail Mary" as sung in Spanish. On the ninth day, the Santacruzan ( Holy Cross) parade/procession of the local beauties in Filipiniana gowns. Each represents a characfer in the bible, with the main character of Reina Elena, Empress Helene, mother of Constantine the Great,portrayed as the young Rey Constantino. St Helene is believed to be the discoverer of the Holy Cross on which Jesus was crucified. ... And of course, at the end of the procession & prayers, the much awaited pabitin.. It is that special trellis hung with all sorts of goodies & delights including candies, small toys and even money, as an incentive for the diligent attendance in the nine days (novena)

of processions and prayers. The Filipino American Community of the Carolinas is joining forces with the twelve Rosary Groups in Charlotte and the Couples for Christ members for this beloved Marian festival in the merry month of May. This year it will be held on Saturday, May 11, from 2:30 to 8 pm at St Matthews Church parish gym. FACC Secretary, Rose Hughes and Rosary Coordinator Malette Oliveros are organizing the event,which will include a popular buffet of delectable Filipino favorites of pancit, adobo, lumpia( shanghai & vegetable) to be contributed by the different rosary groups. For further info please contact Malette at 704- 280 -4082 or ■

Hmong community is fourth largest in the nation after Fresno, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The Vietnamese population is also certainly growing, and has doubled in the last decade to 30,000 -- many of which have also moved from other states. North Carolina is also home to the largest population of Montagnards outside of Southeast Asia. This ethnic group from Vietnam fought alongside the US Special Forces and CIA during the war, much like the Hmong in Laos, but are made up of different tribes -all with distinct languages. The first group of Montagnards came in 1986, and subsequent waves continue to be resettled in North Carolina. With the population growing so quickly,

there’s a lot to be done around services and support, but along with that comes the need to build power. At the Southeast Asian Coalition we're building power by providing free legal services for members to naturalize, and then fostering this base to become engaged: through community education on issues such as deportation, poverty, and yes -- voting. Voting is touted by leaders and elected officials as the way our communities’ voices can be heard -- and the power of voting is a beautiful thing, no doubt. But the process of getting the community to vote through embracing our complexities, building awareness and trust, and instilling community confidence is just as powerful -- and perhaps even more beautiful and long-lasting.■

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May-June 2013 (4)

A world of new experiences

By Stacy Sneed

Garinger High School Chinese language teacher Chaowei Zhu places the upmost importance on students learning not only the words and correct pronunciations, but also the traditions, customs and history of China. In his Thursday morning class students were introduced to a new lesson in Chinese culture. The students were required to learn how to politely thank a host for tea. They knocked on the classroom table as Zhu poured a cup of his favorite hot beverage. Garinger is home to the only face-toface Chinese language program offered in a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools high school. CMS offers a Chinese second language immersion program at E.E. Waddell Language Academy, a K-8 school, but students must begin learning the language during kindergarten. At Garinger, students can begin taking the class in their freshman year or in their senior year – there is still learning that could

be gained no matter what year a student begins the course. For now, the school offers Chinese Level I and Chinese Level II courses, but due to its popularity the school plans to expand to levels III and IV in the 2013-14 school year. There are currently 50 students enrolled in the school’s Chinese language course. Zhu teaches his students, “Nothing is weird when it comes to other cultures. It’s just different from yours.” “Some kids are really tough kids, but they are kids after all. You just have to get them interested and it all becomes much easier to have them actively learning,” said Zhu. This is the first year the school reintroduced the course after the departure of its last Chinese language teacher in 2011.The teacher was a visiting faculty member on assignment for five years at the school. He was placed by the Visiting International Faculty Education program that builds global education to prepare students for success in an interconnected world. Zhu is also in VIF. The program is headquartered in Chapel Hill and is the operating partner for the Global Schools Network to connect teachers, principals, and partners in accelerating student achievement all over the world. In Zhu’s level one course, he teaches the students how to speak the language and the culture. In level two, he teaches the students how to write the language. He said Chinese is two different languages – the

speaking and the writing. Eleventh-grader Catherine Manzano is studying her third language. She is already fluent in Spanish and English, but wanted to take a course that would challenge her mind and open her options in a career beyond high school. “I chose to take a language other than Spanish, because I want to be trilingual,” said Catherine. “This class, with these students, contradicts what people say and believe about Garinger. People focus on the bad things and not so much the good things that are happening here. “I plan to go on and take Chinese II and continue on in college.” Ivan Gaddy is a senior in the Chinese I program. He decided to study Chinese, because he would like to become a comic book designer and animator. “I look forward to coming to this class,” said Ivan. “I want more advance Chinese classes after this and so, I will go on to college to study Chinese.” An article from “The Economist” suggests that Mandarin, the biggest language in the Chinese family, has one tone that can also affect neighboring tones’ pronunciation through a series of complex rules. What sounds like “ma” in the English language, has four distinct sounds and meanings in

the Chinese language with more exotic vowels that carry varying tones. “Chinese is a challenging language to learn,” said Zhu. “Students have to learn two different languages at the same time. There is no alphabet – just a series of lines, dashes and dots.” For Principal Kondra Rattley, this opportunity for her students is one that she relishes in. “My students will be able to see beyond the five mile radius of our school,” said Rattley. “They will be able to fit in not through Charlotte, but globally. This course gives them a chance to embrace something that is so different.” In upcoming weeks, students will take a field trip to a local Asian market. Students will practice their Chinese language skills and cultural knowledge at the market. They will be required to speak Chinese and engage in small talk with native Chinese speakers, dine and shop with the cultural references they learned from class. Stacy Sneed Media Relations Specialist Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools ■

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2013 Annual Awards Gala The Carolinas Chinese Chamber of Commerce (CCCC), established on March 18, 2011 as a not-for-profit organization, is headquartered in Charlotte, NC. This fast growing organization added over 100 new members in 2012 and is growing exponentially. Members are from both North and South Carolina and China, with branches in Raleigh, Myrtle Beach, and Xiamen, China. The Chamber is working to set up the “CCCC Beijing Business Center” in China and is expected to be operational by the end of April this year. This venue will help match Chinese investors to business and investment opportunities in the Carolinas. It is estimated that the total revenue generated among the members is over 2 Billion dollars with over 8,000 jobs created. At 6:00 PM on May 11, 2013, CCCC will host the “invitation only” Annual Awards Gala at the Ballantyne Hotel & Resorts. The Black Tie event is in appreciation and celebration of the Carolina’s top Chinese entrepreneurs and executives; and to recognize the efforts and support of these exceptional individuals. The gala will provide an open

forum for NC and SC political and business leaders to advocate a “winwin” relationship between the US and China and facilitate cross-border trade and investment activities for economic growth, which can help attract Chinese investors and bring jobs to the Carolinas. Three prominent Chinese business leaders will be presented awards in the following categories: • 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year • 2012 Fast Growth Business of the Year • Lifetime Achievement Award The guests will include: Governor Pat McCrory; Congressman Robert Pittenger; Minister Lu Kang from the DC Chinese Embassy; NC State Senator Tommy Tucker, leading Chinese business owners in the Carolinas; and representatives from local corporations such as Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. If you would like more information about this event, or to schedule an interview with Richard Yang, Chairman and President of the Carolinas Chinese Chamber of Commerce, please call Ernest Lang, Tel 704-807-6670 | Cell 980216-0977or E-mail: ccccommerce@ ■

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AZN Azian Cuizine features upscale Asian cuisine from China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. Created by restaurateurs Anna and Raymond Hsu, AZN has one other location in Naples, FL. AZN opened in Piedmont Town Center in Charlotte in late 2012. Using only premium ingredients, the restaurant serves cuisine from many Asian countries and regions and includes a top-grade sushi menu. The exquisite and talented culinary team at AZN is headed up by Corporate Chef Chiu from Korea who uses only traditional methods and makes all dishes in house from scratch. Chef Tsuyoshi graduated from culinary school in Tokyo and trained and worked for Michelin Star Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. Visit us at charlotte/. ■

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The Second Charlotte World Parade & Festival Photo by Jack Wang

As Charlotte increases its diversity each year, various nationalities are bringing their culture and traditions to add rich, vibrant colors of happiness, beauty, love and hope to its image. Just a year ago, we learned the joy of coming together on the First World Parade & Festival in North Carolina. Hard work, quite-a-bit of excitement and determination from the undoubted –divers Organizing Committee, led by Ximena Uribe, brought a new event to the Queen City, in 2012. “The festival encompass the similarities and differences of cultures through folklore, arts & crafts, food, displays and a fashionable parade of native dresses. Our mission is to foster a larger understanding of cultures and a deeper appreciation of the many ethnic groups, cultures and perspectives of our world thereby promoting mutual respect and unity among the various people in our area. All cultures, all countries, all nations coming together.” One great thing about the event is that is FREE to participate in the parade, the cultural display and to enjoy as a spectator. It brings the World to our backyard, in the most inexpensive and fascinating way, through music, costumes and food. “For sponsors this means a large turnout, with a happy crowd, ready to explore and support those that support their commu-

nity. Last event we had a little more than 6,500 people in attendance. And the sponsors included Coca Cola, BB&T, City of Charlotte, Compare Foods, British School, Norsan Media and Phin Consultants. Funds will help The Charlotte International Cultural Center Project.” I was part of the committee for the first year. I often remember the excitement and beauty surrounding us. After everybody went home, tents were dismantled and trash collected, all seven of us, although tired to the bone, we gathered for a moment to be grateful for the chance and experience we had. This

NENTS. This walking Parade gave the opportunity to show all native dresses from different countries of the world. The Parade of Nations was called by continents; Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceanic, with participants wearing traditional costumes and a majestic salute of flags of the World. More than 30 countries were represented in the multicultural festival. People gathered in the Independence Park enjoyed a wide variety of live cultural entertainment all day. Starting at one PM the stage was filed up with music and dance from : ALVARO AND ANTHONY VASQUEZ (EL SALVADOR);MYTHOS TRIBAL BELLY DANCE (U.S./MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA);PHILIPPINE CULTURAL DANCE (PHILIPPINES);COLORS

year board members were Ximena Uribe -Charlotte World Parade & Festival; Phin Xaypangna-Mecklenburg County; Wonderland Dawson-CPCC; Sunu Sebastian; Rance & Tumai Xiong; Ledger Morrissette-City of Charlotte; Tony Salazar- Spanish Marketing Communications; Don Michael-Don Michael Studio; Nimish Bhatt-UVCEF/CIS/UISAC; Richard Purcell-World Trade Association; Antje Bruegmann-Alemannia Society. To all of you thank you for your dedication and amazing job. Following the same path, they planned and executed an outstanding event. Just in case you missed some, here is the program, as it unfolded. LITTLE LOTUS TROUPE (CHINA); NRITYAM GUNGUNARE (INDIA); POLISH KAROLINKA (POLAND) were the first to entertain on stage. At 11:30 OPENING CEREMONY followed by the PARADE OF NATIONS BY CONTI-


(THAILAND);HIGH ENERGY BOLLYWOOD DANCE (INDIA);UKULELE (USA-HAWAII). The Cultural Displays, with many participants, was fabulous, and so instructive. “We invite you to come and explore our interactive exhibits and experience other ways of life, customs, traditions, cultures and you will want to repeat. We hope to provide you with cultural and educational information about the richness and unique foundation of our cultures. The International Bazaar brought vendors offering arts and crafts from Asia, Africa, Europe, The Middle East, North, Central & South America. Hand-painted ceramics, Shawls, Baskets and wooden statues, Fine European linens, Alpaca items, handmade toys, antiques, Clothing, Jewelry from around the world and so much more. Activities: “Bring the family! Bring the Kids!” The festival was full of activities for the entire family to enjoy. The kids had more fun than the parents. From Story Teller in Different Languages, Fishing for Surprises, Geography Contest to Face Painting and Follow the Clown, each kid had an activity card to be filled out in every activity booth and when completed they participated in several raffles. Greatly appreciated were the Volunteers, assisting in all areas of the World Parade & Festival, from set up to close-down. Of course, there are exciting benefits such as being among the first audiences to see world performances, taste the exotic food and meet celebrities. But the real benefits of volunteering aren't things, or even work, but the experience. If you're ready for a one-of-a-kind experience, sign up to join us at Independence Park this April. Thanks to our Sponsors!!! “We hope that this second annual event will be the continuation of a long tradition of promoting Charlotte as your hometown.” ■

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May-June 2013 (7)

MAC 2013, Diverse and Inclusive

by Dr. Nini RB Bautista, Chairman Emerita & Past President, CAACC

The 11th Miss Asia Carolinas, aka MAC, is innovative as it is all inclusive, with the participation of many ethnic Asian communities, who have not been in our radar before. MAC, is a community event that takes months of preparation, and culminates at the Asian Festival, with the Multicultural Showcase & selection of winners, held before the panel of non Asian judges. Thailand was represented by Ko Myar who sang a beautiful Karenni love song almost like a Portuguese fado, in its pathos & by Rapeeporn Tumgeon, an interpreter in Laotian & Thai, who won two NC championships in Thai boxing. Laos reps were Malynda Pulido & Layla Chanthahevang. The Montagnards, Hieu rahlan & sis Tuyet sang a gospel song, as members of the Zion Center for Arts & Worship; the Nepalis, Ranjana & Tanka Dhimcal did a Nepali dance "Flowers". Khina Mishra was a rep, so with Sydney Quach of Vietnam. Young Asian Americans & some American friends graced the occasion by escorting the participants. Ms Philippines Monique Tuzon, Miss Asia Carolinas 2012 winner, did the honors & crowned Ms India, Nupur, the new Ms MAC, while the judges put on the winners' sashes, handed out the trophies, bouquets & Dr. Nini, MAC Founder

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The 2013 Charlotte Dragon Boat Festival Dr. John C. Chen

A Salute to the Community Spirit and a Celebration of an Ancient Chinese Tradition

There is no practical date to celebrate the traditional Double Fifth (5/5) Festival, aka the Dragon Boat Festival, than closer to the date before, namely, on 5/4 last weekend. Everyone, the organizer, the Dragon Boat race participants and the spectators braved the unseasonably cool and morning, had an enjoyable day with the afternoon sun began peeking through as the race approached its climatic finish in the championship rounds. The 37 teams this year represent a most diverse group of participants, with entries including high school, colleges, businesses, ethnic groups, non-profits, BCS, community groups and Dragon Boat racing clubs. All teams are scheduled to race a total of three rounds over a 200 meter course, with the final race seeding based on the combined time of the first two rounds. With most teams taking full advantage of the two one-hour practice sessions prior to the event, it is not surprising to have so many close races in each round, as well as displaying marked improvement in team work from past

years. This is perhaps most noticeable in the Division A Finals. The top five community teams, e.g., Microsoft Dragon Bytes, URS Lightening Boltz, Vietnamese Association, Duke Energy Electric Glide and Wells Fargo Aqua Beast I made up of paddlers who competed in previous years and yet only practiced a couple of time last month, came close to within one boat length to catch the two highly competitive club teams. While it is entertaining to watch the race as spectators and even more exciting to be in the boat to race against other teams, the ultimate goal of organizing this event is to reach out and to attract a diverse group of participants to join in this team building exercise on a community-wide scale. To this end, we are making steady progress though there's still much to accomplish. We will continue to promote and expand this wonderful cross-cultural sport to make it available to everyone interested throughout the region as a recreational, wellness and competitive activity. We are grateful for the generous support from our sponsors, to the wonderful partners in the Mecklenburg Park & Recreation Department, the Lake Norman Sail and Power Boat Squadron, and many volunteers from a host of community organizations and individuals. We wish to thank the crew of the Charlotte Dragon Boat Association for your passion to volunteer your time, energy and skills to help throughout the event, from planning to finish and the countless details in between. We are going to do it again in 2014. So, get ready my friends, "Paddle Up!!"■

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all regardless of country of birth, however does provide special focus on the International Refugee Immigrant Minority (RIM) communities and acclimation to living in the United States without losing the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the native countries our members come from. We know that the immigrant and minority population is typically underserved. UISAC recognizes this and is committed to easing and reestablishing the transitions from child to senior by providing the necessary learning, resources and skills to our members that allow them to be productive as an individual, family member and member of our local community. Our programs will include children, adult, family and senior programs. ■

The Asian Herald

May-June 2013 (9)

Diversity and Inclusion

Since 2000, the Asian American population has grown by more than 23 percent, making it the fastest growing racial group in the country. If these rapid growth trends continue, AA and NHPIs are expected to number well over 35 million by 2050. Asian Americans trace their heritage to more than 50 countries and to dozens of distinct ethnic groups, speaking a multitude of languages. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), the health care law signed by the President three years ago, is one of the most powerful pieces of legislation in our nation’s history for reducing the health disparities long faced by racial and ethnic minorities, including Asian population. Here, in Charlotte, we know that opening new doors to coverage isn’t enough to initiate a transformation, or to ensure that its impact reaches those who need it the most. We need everyone’s help to spread the word – to ensure that tens of millions of eligible Charlotte’ Asian-Americans know about the benefits that are now available to them and the options that they will be able to access when the marketplaces open. This year's theme for Minority Health Month, unfolded in March, was "Advance Health Equity Now: Uniting Our Communities to Bring Health Care Coverage to All," is a call to action for everyone to participate in that effort. In the face of one of our nation's most pressing and persistent challenges, this is the chance that so many have worked for and dreamed of for so long. Yet even as the Affordable Care Act stands to help reduce health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities, we

can see that there is still much more work to do. Starting this October, when the new Health Insurance Marketplaces open for enrollment, even more Americans – including millions of uninsured minorities – will have the chance to access affordable coverage. "We know that income, education, access to health care, and language barriers all influence health," said Dr. Gail C. Christopher, vice president for programs at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. "Raising awareness of these issues and the lack of data, particularly for Asian Americans, are instrumental to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's focus on increasing health equity for vulnerable children and families.” The medical community in Charlotte is preparing to embrace diversity in the field, practitioners, administrators and patients. They are organizing events, meetings and reaching out to the local Asian leaders and organizations in our area, to learn and understand the needs of the community. From traditional medicine, healing practice to diet and exercise, it will help build a cultural bridge and create trust between nations. Here are two related events: The Greater Charlotte Healthcare Executive Group (GCHEG) and Carolinas Healthcare System’s Men’s Diversity and Leadership Network presented an ACHE Face-to-Face Education Event at CMCMercy, March 14, 2013. Pictured from left to right are James, Taylor, PhD, VP-Chief Diversity Officer, Carolinas Healthcare System; Jerome Williams, Jr., MD, FACC, Medical Director of Research, Novant Health; Paul

Meggett, JD, Associate Professor, Charlotte School of Law; Angela Morris, Global Diversity and Inclusion, Bank of America; Binseng Wang, SeC, CCE, VP Quality and Regulatory Compliance, ARAMARK Corporation; and Calvin Hung, FACHE, PT, Administrator/AVP at Carolinas Rehabilitation. Panelist were: Dr. James Taylor | VPChief Diversity Officer | Carolinas Healthcare System Dr. Paul Meggett | Professor | Charlotte School of Law The 11th Annual CHS Diversity & Inclusion Symposium The Competitive Edge: Excellence in Healthcare for a Diverse Community. Date: May 6 and 7, 2013Time: 8 a.m. 4:15 p.m. Location: The Westin Charlotte

Diversity in Healing: The Future of Healthcare is presented by Carl a. Hammerschlag, Md, Award-Winning Speaker, Author and Healer. He is a Yale-trained psychiatrist and University of Arizona Medical School faculty member who is considered a true pioneer in Psychoneuroimmunology (mind-body-spirit medicine). After spending more than twenty years working with Native Americans, Dr. Hammerschlag is considered a "survival expert" for people in rapidly changing cultures and times. Charlotte Asian Community can use his knowledge, and learn the survival and adaptation to a new environment. From culture, language, to food, soil and water, the challenges are unlimited as the possibilities. We are looking to establish an Asian Diversity Advisory Committee for medical practices, to provide guidance and information, and to assist healthcare facilities with medical-cultural issues. If interested please email ■

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May 14 Charlotte Small Buesiness Week/Business Resource Conference Chef Jeff Henderson, an award-winning chef, motivational speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and Food Network television personality, is the keynote speaker for Charlotte’s small business week event. Growing up on the tough street of Central LA and San Diego, Henderson was running a $35,000 a week drug operation by the time he was 19. At 24 he was arrested and sent to prison, where he spent the

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May 15 Small Business Resource Fair Concord

Small business owners, start-ups, and aspiring entrepreneurs will have a chance to connect with dozens of local and state business assistance providers at the Small Business Resource at the Cabarrus Government Center, 65 Church St. in downtown Concord. The free mid-day event, in celebration of Small Business Week, includes lunch, and brings to one location business assistance representatives and government agencies to answer questions and distribute information about what business owners and prospective owners need to start, grow and succeed. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pre-register for the fair at http:// to ensure that adequate food is provided for lunch. Call Amy Boger at 704-216-3941 for more information.■

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Urges Congress to Preserve and Strengthen Family-Based Immigration ed years to unite.” Cat Bao Le also said that other communities also will be disproportionately affected including women and Latinos. Seventy percent of immigrant women in the U.S. came through family visas as opposed to employment visas, and Latinos – particularly Mexico, alone comprise 40% of the 4.3 million backlogs. Jess George, Executive Director of the Latin American

Charlotte, North Carolina – Today at the Latin American Coalition and Southeast Asian Coalition office, Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations, leaders, and community members called on Congress to enact fair and just immigration reform that strengthens the family immigration system. In a press conference the Southeast Asian Coalition (SEAC) expressed deep concerns about reports that family unity – a cornerstone of our American society – is at risk of being dismantled in an immigration reform bill. Cat Bao Le, Executive Direct of SEAC said, “Family is a fundamentally American value. As Congress moves forward with an immigration bill, we urge the Senate to ensure that family unity and reunification are emphasized in an immigration reform bill. We are deeply concerned about reports stating brother/sister and adult married children of U.S. citizen family visa categories are up for elimination, as it will have a profound impact on Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.” Speakers spoke of the importance of family unity in the AAPI community, a com-

munity where two thirds of the AAPI population of 18 million are foreign born and often, still have loved ones overseas. Warren Chu, president of the National Association for Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) Charlotte Chapter said, “America benefits when immigrant families come together and support each other. Immigrant families together work hard, pay taxes, buy homes and create jobs and start businesses. Family based immigrants together ensure the continued vitality of American economy.” In a demographic report last year by the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, North Carolina is 7th in the nation with an emerging AAPI population. Of the listed emerging populations, North Carolina is also listed as 2nd in the U.S. for the growth Asianowned businesses. Nimish Bhatt a community member touched on the current backlogs where family members have to wait years to reunite, “The idea of chain migration fails to articulate the realities of immigrants waiting to be reunited with family. Family members are waiting years sometimes decades to be reunited. In my own experience, it took 12 years for my sister to reunite with my family here. That is too long. We should not be thinking of eliminating these categories, but rather creating a commonsense and compassionate solution to help families who have wait-

May-June 2013 (11) Coalition said, “Any reform proposals that will undermine family unity or propose additional barriers to family re-unification go against our cherished values of family unity.” Throughout the Easter recess, AAPI community leaders and members in California, Arizona, Ohio, Geogria, North Carolina, Texas, Illinois, New York and Florida are holding related press events, shedding light on how the immigration system affects AAPI immigrants and their families. These actions lift up AAPI voices in the national debate on immigration reform, call for the preservation and protection of the family-based immigration system.■

Call for Donations to Recent Ya’an Earthquake Victims

At 8:02 am Beijing time on April 20, a powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.0 struck Ya’an City, Sichuan Province, Lushan County (30.3 degrees north latitude, 103.0 degrees east longitude). According to the news released at 18:00 on the 24th, Lushan "4 • 20" 7.0 magnitude earthquake has caused 196 people killed, 21 missing and 13,484 injured; the province's more than 200 million people were affected. The cumulative transfer of resettlement affected more than 29.5 million people in the region. To help the earthquake victims, Chinese American Association of Charlotte (CAAOC) would like to call for donations to help with the earthquake reliefs. Please consider helping those who are suffering and lending them a helping hand by making monetary donations. Please make your check of donation payable to CAAOC and send it to the following address with envelop marked with “Sichuan earthquake”: Dr. Peizhi Li c/o CAAOC 3500 Abbey Hill Lane

Charlotte, NC 28210 You can also go online making contributions at, by donating through our paypal account. Donate through PayPal by clicking “Donate” button on top or bottom of this page. CAAOC will also set up a donation booth on the upcoming Asian Festival/Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday (May 4) in Ramsey Creek Park. You may also donate on site then. All donations will be personally delivered by our designated messenger to the authority in charge of earthquake reliefs in the disaster area. Information on all donations and processing will be published on the CAAOC website. If you have any question, please contact Dr. Jian Zhang by phone at 704-687-8518 or by email at■

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北卡大学夏乐分校中国留学生为四川雅安灾区舉行募捐! 【本报讯】 四川雅安发生 7.0 级强

場地佈置還有海報設計。龚黄达協助 共籌得 1090 美元。對於衣食住行和


學費都還要靠打工或父母的留學生, 烈地震,造成大量人员伤亡。地震发 符梦希場地佈置和安排等事宜。 學生幫忙找人捐款的有符梦希,龚 非常難能可貴。 生后第 3 天,北卡大学夏乐分校中国 特別是在學期快結束的時候,還有 留学生会即在新任会长曾启迪的領導 黄达,宋益欢,许馨月,曾启迪,王 有很多中國學生的支持,挺令人感 下,面向校友会成员和华人發出通知 安琪,高亚骐,卢易,杨尚华,陈 展开先後兩次募捐活动,

刚,總共 10 位學生。(圖 1,2,3) 他們籌款目標是 US$500。在 4 月

符梦希 和龚黄达兩位同學首先倡

議舉行這次募捐活動。曾启迪負責安 25 日(星期四)籌到的 US$180 加 排和監管整個籌款過程。符梦希負責 上在 4 月 29 日(星期一), 我們籌 到 US$910。我們總

動。中国留学生会感謝教會人仕 Tish Barber,Sai Hill 和 Donald Hill 的幫

很緊張的情況下,還主動向 UNCC

累计转移安置受灾群众 29.5 万人。据统计,灾区目前共发生余

的向雅安地震 災民的捐款活 動捐款 100 美 元!圖 4 為該 隊正副隊長向 中國同學會前 任會長轉交捐 款支票。

面对这场灾难,我们海外华人应该做些什么? 同胞有难,我 们怎能视而不见?虽然我们不能亲临现场去帮助那些受难的



人遇难、21 人失踪、13484 人受伤,全省 200 余万人受灾,已




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然后通过 PayPal 捐出你的爱心款项。 夏乐特华美协会也将在星期六(5 月 4 号)的亚洲节和龙舟节 上设立捐款点,你也可以到时现场捐献你的爱心。 本次捐款的所有金额将直接通过专人送达灾区。所有金额款 项和去处将在 CAAOC 网站公布。如有任何问题请联系张健雄 电话 704-687-8518 或送電子邮件。

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老师老师您辛苦, 对待学生像苗圃。 精心培养认真教, 全为学生能独立遨

12、 中文学校我亲又亲, 老师同学多知音。 感谢校领导多操心,

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张梓媛 我是华夏中文学校 十一班的教师,来这 个学校已经有几年的 时间了。无论是教师 还是学生都喜欢我们 的中文学校。所以我 编写了一个顺口溜。 希望大家喜欢。 1、 今天是个星期天, 大家都往学校赶。 春暖花开校园美, 新朋老友又相会。 2、 我们的教室明又亮, 老师笑来同学唱。

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基督教的独特性 —— 一路有主看顾 一转眼,来美国已十个年头,辗转生活 于美国不同城市。我们一家人于2012年复活 节在纽约一间华人教会受洗归入主的名下。 想想这十年,充满了欢乐,但也经历了辛酸 苦辣。在我心里面由衷地感谢 神一直没有 离弃我,在我们远离祂的时候,神会拉回我 们,在我们犯错的时候, 神会责备我们,在 我们信心软弱的时候, 神会鼓励我们。 还记得最开始接触到 神,是在查尔斯 顿读书的时候。十一月份来到美国,人生地 不熟,查尔斯顿是个小城市,华人不多。那 时候刚好快过感恩节,我想有许多刚来美国 的中国人都和我一样,第一次的华人聚餐都 是在教会里。我第一次去教会的感恩聚餐, 只记得大家都好热情,饭菜也特别好吃。小 朋友表演节目,很可爱。那时候是来之后第 一次感觉到很温暖。后来进实验室做实验, 有一位从上海来的技术员,像妈妈一样关怀

七好大法 改善身心 香港中文大學心理學系副

实验室的年轻人。她是位虔诚的基督徒,言 语中经常能听到她感谢 神的话。我们从小 都是在国内无神论的环境中长大的,很喜欢 这位老师,可就是对她的这些言论没有兴趣 听。她经常邀请我们周末去教会参加敬拜。 可是她越是热情的邀请,我越是觉得有些抵 触,在想如果真的是那么美好的事物,为什 么不能自然的吸引我。现在想想其实那位老 师是在为我提供一个了解 神的机会。如果 不是有机会去学习它,探求它,你又如何知 道它是好是坏。后来接触越来越多教会里的 朋友,我觉得真的相信主的人,他们生活是 那么积极,对待很多困难是那么乐观。无论 他们自身有什么优缺点,他们都有一颗愿意 以 神的话语不断完善自己的心,做 神所喜 悦的事。一个人要有信仰,心里有评判是非 的标准。在这个充满诱惑的世界里,仅仅靠 道德的约束,人有时是软弱的。所以我们需 要内心有坚强的力量扶持。有一次教会邀请 到一位牧师,组织感兴趣的人参加。我记得 他介绍说圣经是 神的话。它是由四十多位 作者,经过一千五百年所写成的。作者有君 王,政治家,祭司,哲学家,法学家,也有 牧羊人,税吏,渔夫,还有医生等各类人

.睡前做點鬆弛神經的運動 .下午小睡片刻(盡量在下 午 5 時前睡)可補晚間睡眠 不足 (3)動得其道(Exercise













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物。而这些作者的地位、学识、见解、风 俗、习惯,则迥然不同。他们写作的地点更 是各在异处。有的写于戎马战时,有的完成 于太平盛世;有的写于喜乐的高潮,有的则 写于悲恸、失望的低谷之中。圣经各卷书都 是独立写成的。他介绍说圣经的作者们并不 知道这些书卷日后会被汇编成册。奇妙的 是,当人们把这六十六卷书编在一起时,这 些跨越六十代人写成的、风格迥异的作品却 是那样的和谐,前后呼应,浑然一体。当时 我觉得这真的是很不可思议的事情。而且古 今中外,有多少哲学家,智者都在寻找圣经 中的漏洞,批驳它,因为任何一本伟大的著 作,都可能会有逻辑记述论证上的错误,但 至今没有人能够批驳圣经。我想这不是能用 普通的道理讲通的。当时让我对这本看似普 通的书产生了好奇。

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读,睿智幽默的语言,又时不时地调动你自 己去思考,强烈引起了我心灵上的触动。那 次布道会后,我绝志信主。自去年四月份受 洗后,我觉得自己一点一滴又有了新的改 变,现在变成了凡事感恩的人。以前找茬抬 杠的我懂得了宽容和饶恕,也找到了平安和 喜乐。以前只有在有所求的时候才会想起 神,现在也会常常祷告,阅读圣经。在生活 中操练 神的话和祂的道,借着操练将心回 转向 神,依靠 神,经历到 神的改变大 能。我们知道神国的道路是不好走的,就求 神赐给我们信心带领我们,引领我们的脚 步,让我们无论在顺境还是逆境中,都能够 发自内心的赞美 神,感谢 神! 愿耶稣基督宝 贵的圣名得着配得 的荣耀!

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制体重。实际上,慢性病人大多数都 是脂肪超标的类型,控制体重是饮食 调整措施的第一要务。一些营养保健 价值特别高的米,如糙米、黑米、胚 芽米等,都有着比较“粗”的口感。 虽说“粗”有益健康,但每天吃百分 (1)第一大原则——尽量让米“淡” 之百的糙米饭,口感上觉得不适,难 一方面,尽量不要在米饭当中加入油 以长期坚持。因此,在煮饭的时候, 脂,以免增加额外的能量,也避免餐 不妨用部分糙米、大麦、燕麦等 后更多地升高血脂。因此,炒饭最好 “粗”粮和米饭“合作”,口感就会 能够少吃,加香肠煮饭,或者用含有 比较容易接受。最好先把“粗”原料 油脂的菜来拌饭,也应当尽量避免。 先在水里泡一夜,以便煮的时候与米 另一方面,尽量不要在米饭当中加入 同时成熟。无论是糖尿病人,还是高 盐、酱油和味精,避免增加额外的盐 血脂症患者、高血压患者、脂肪肝患 分,否则不利控制血压和预防心血管 者等,都不应当吃过多的精白米作为 意外。这里要解释的是,加入醋、用 主食。糖尿病人要求选择血糖上升速 紫菜包裹、中间加入蔬菜和生鱼一类 度较慢、血糖负荷较低的主食;高血 做法是符合清淡原则的。醋本身可降 压病人要求选择尽量不带咸味的主 低血糖反应,并能帮助控制血脂;紫 食;脂肪肝患者要求膳食纤维丰富的 菜和生鱼也是对心血管有利的食材。 主食,高脂血症患者要求选择有利于 故而,只要同时不吃过咸的菜肴,紫 降低血脂的主食。 菜饭卷是相当适合慢性病人食用的主 (3)第三大原则——尽量让米“乱” 食。健康米食一日推荐:早餐:黄瓜

防病抗衰:吃米饭 四项原则

三文鱼紫菜饭卷 4 个,牛奶 1 杯,柑 桔 2 个午餐:燕麦黑米白米饭,木耳 炒黄豆芽,清蒸鱼,紫菜番茄鸡蛋汤 晚餐:自制杂豆八宝粥(无糖),芝 麻酱拌菠菜,香菇(香菇食品)炒豆 腐,青椒炒胡萝卜丝。

(2)第二大原则—尽量让米“粗“ 所谓粗,就是尽量减少精白米饭,也 要少吃糯米食品。它们的血糖反应过 高,对控制血糖和血脂均十分不利。 只有吃足够多的纤维,才能有效地降 低米饭的消化速度,同时可以在肠道 中吸附胆固醇和脂肪,起到降低餐后 血糖和血脂的作用。这样也可以让人 吃得慢一些,食量小一些,有利于控


在烹调米饭米粥的时候,最好不要用 单一的米,而是米、粗粮(粗粮食 品)、豆子、坚果等一起上。比如说, 红豆大米饭,花生燕麦大米粥等,就 是非常适合慢性病人的米食。加入这 些食品材料,一方面增加了 b 族维生 素(维生素食品)和矿物质,另一方面 还能起到蛋白质(蛋白质食品)营养互 补的作用,能够在减少动物性食品的 同时保障充足的营养供应。当然,更 要紧的是,这样做能有效地降低血糖 反应,控制血脂上升。其中豆类与米 的配合最为理想,因为豆中含有丰富 的膳食纤维,其中的淀粉消化速度非 常慢,还含有一些延缓淀粉变成葡萄

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(4)第四大原则——尽量让米“色” 白米饭固然晶莹可爱,但也意味着不 含有抗氧化物质,维生素含量很低。 如果选择有色的米,并用其他的食品 配合米饭,让米饭变得五颜六色,就 能在很大程度上改善其营养价值。比 如说,煮饭时加入绿色的豌豆、橙色 的胡萝卜、黄色的玉米粒相配合,既 非常美观,又提供了维生素和类胡萝 卜素抗氧化成分,特别有利于预防眼 睛(眼睛食品)的衰老;又比如说,选 择紫米、黑米、红米与白米搭配食 用,也能提供大量的花青素类抗氧化 成分,帮助预防心血管疾病。 【摘要:臭豆腐蛋白质含量达 15%〜 20%,与 肉类相当,同时 含有丰富的钙质。经过发酵 后,蛋白质分解为各种氨基酸,又产生了酵母 等物质,所以有增进食欲,促进消化的功效。 臭豆腐乳其饱和脂肪含量很低,又不含胆固 醇,还含有大豆中特有的保健成分——大豆 异黄酮,因此被称为中国的“素奶酪”,它的 营养价值甚至比奶酪还高。】 过去,臭豆腐普遍被认为是“不健康”的食 物,如今,却摇身一变成了好东西。 近日有杂志报道,臭豆腐中富含植物性乳 酸菌,具有很好的调节肠道及健胃功效。该报 道称,臭豆腐中含有植物性乳酸菌,跟酸奶中 的一样。臭豆腐、泡菜等食品当中,含有高浓 度的植物杀菌物质,包括单宁酸、植物碱等, 而植物性乳酸菌在肠道中的存活率比动物性 乳酸菌高。臭豆腐分臭豆腐干和臭豆腐乳两 种,都是很流行的小吃。它的原料豆腐干本来 就是营养价值很高的豆制品,蛋白质含量达 15%〜 20%,与肉类相当,同时含有丰富的钙 质。经过发酵后,蛋白质分解为各种氨基酸, 又产生了酵母等物质,所以有增进食欲,促进 消化的功效。

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2013 年 第 5 期 總第 77 期 第






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均有裨益。 6、香蕉:性寒、味甘,能清热、通

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缓解病情、改善症状都有益处。 15、莲子:性平、味甘,有养心、益

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人用莲子(去心)、芡实(去壳)各 60 克,以适


















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日 2 次,每次 9 克冲服。民间有用薜荔果 2



个,同猪蹄 1 只,同煮食用并喝汤。


研究表明,它所含的锌、镁及维生素 A、



报道: 干果的水提取物有抗艾氏肉瘤的作

B1、B2、C、E 等,皆可防癌抗癌。无论是




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21일 (일) 오후 2시 30분부터 샬롯 AMF CAROLINA LANE에서 개최된 다. 푸짐한 상금과 상품과 함께 개인전 으로 치러지는 이번 행사에 볼링을 애 호하는 많은 샬롯 동포 여러분들의 참 가를 바란다. 문의--샬롯 한인 볼링 협회 회장 홍미경 704-877-7910, 수석부회장 장경선 704-560-7493, 부회장 박정곤 704-385-1298 샬롯 한인회 (회장 방호상)에서는 청 명한 가정의 달 5월을 맞이하여 한인 사회의 단합을 도모하고 샬롯 선수단 의 제 33회 동남부 한인체전 참가기금 을 마련할 목적으로 오는 5월 19일 ( 일) 오후 2시에 샬롯소재 TRADITION GOLF COUSE에서 2013 한인 회장배 골프대회를 개최한다. 16세 이 상 샬롯 및 동남부지역 한인동포면 누 구나 참가할 수 있는 오픈대회 형식 으로 치뤄질 예정이다. 푸짐한 상품과 경품, 기념품, 그리고 저녁식사와 함 께 참가자 전원에게 알차고 뜻깊은 대 회가 될 수있도록 최선을 다할 계획이 다. 참가신청 마감은 5월 15일 오후 6 시까지이고 참가비는 1인당 여성 70

2013 동남부 체전 기금마련 샬롯 한인회장배 Open 골프대회

*한인회 제공: 참가비, 대형버스, 저녁식사, 간식, T-shirts *문의: 방호상 회장 704-214-0860 강경일 부회장 704-201-0855, 윤용준 부회장 704-340-7244 후원/협찬: 김주훈, 박익삼, 성열삼, 한진구, 손환, 전기현, 박상근, 성열문, 박용성, 이인철, 김진경, 방호상, 강경일, 전승현, 심재운, 서재홍, 최재진, 한태동, 고지수, 김학청, 박평술, 오기섭, 모정순, 박봉철, 신소영, 박준범, Music Maker (Band @ Orchestra Instruments), 아시안 헤럴드 뉴스, 캐롤라이나 연합뉴스, NC 한국인 뉴스, 샬롯 노인회, 샬롯 볼링협회, 샬롯 골프 동호회 (가칭), 샬롯 한인회 이사진, 임원진, 자문단, 외 (추후 결산공고시 최종발표) 감사합니다! 제 33회 동남부 한인체전 선수선발 종 5월 11일까지 명단과 함께 한인회 샬롯 한인회 (회장 방호상)에서는 로 신청하길 바란다. 성금기탁, 후원, 2013년 6월 7일 대진추첨, 골프경 협찬에 샬롯 한인여러분들의 많은 관 기, 전야제를 시작으로 8일에 아틀 심과 협조를 기대한다. 문의--방호상 란타 (PEACHTREE RIDGE HIGH 회장 704-214-0860, 강경일 부회 SCHOOL)에서 거행되는 동남부 한인 장 704-201-0855, 윤용준 부회장 체전에 샬롯을 대표할 선수단을 모집 704-340-7244 할 계획이다. 경기종목은 총 13가지로 제 4회 샬롯 한인회장배 볼링대회 및 농구, 축구, 탁구, 배구, 족구, 육상, 골 2013 동남부 한인체전 기금마련 프, 볼링, 태권도, 테니스, 배드민턴, 줄 골프대회 다리기, 그리고 수영이다. 전야제 참가 올해로 4회째를 맞이하는 샬롯 한인 가 점수에 포함되고 처음으로 유소년 회 (회장 방호상)가 주관하고 샬롯 한 축구와 유도가 시범종목으로 함께 치 인 볼링협회 (회장 홍미경)가 주최하 뤄진다. 경기 참가단체 및 희망자는 최 는 한인회장배 볼링대회가 오는 4월

불, 남성 90불로 책정됐다. 여러분들의 많은 성원과 참가를 바란다. 접수/문 의--전승현 704-307-9584, 강경 일 704-201-0855, 안순미 704840-2017 2013 한인주소/업소록 한인회로 이관, 신속추진에 박차 제 24대 샬롯 한인회 (회장 방호상) 는 지난 2008년 이후 현재까지의 변 경, 신규 주소/업소록을 Update하여 최대한 신속하게 새로운 Directory를 탄생시킬 계획이다. 그동안 샬롯인쇄 소를 통해 본 사업을 진행해 왔었는데 인쇄소측의 사정으로 인하여 2013년 3월 18일부로 한인회에 재이관 되었 다. 성명, 주소, 전화번호 변경, 신규등 록 신청과업소광고를 원하시는 분들께 서는 아래의 별첨된 양식을 절단하여 인포메이션을 작성 한 후 한인회 또는 한인회 전담임원 임정미 사무차장/특 보에게 보내 주시기 바란다. 문의 : 704-453-9153, 제 4회 샬롯 한인회장배 볼링대회 성공리에 개최

Check-In 1:00-1:45 pm / Shotgun Start 2:00 pm Date:

2013년 5월 19일 (일) 오후 2시 Place: Tradition Golf Club 3600 Prosperity Church Road 704-549-9400

후원금 및 대회 잉여금 전액은 샬롯 한인회 선수단의 제 33회동남부 한인체전 출전에 쓰여집니다. 여러분의 참여와 성원에 진심으로 감사를 드립니다!

Entry Fee: 여성 $80, 남성 $100

Includes: Range Balls, 간식 Snack, 저녁 Buffet, 한인회 기념품 참가신청 접수: 5월 15일 까지 / 참가자격: 16세 이상 동남부지역 한인동포 참가신청서는 한인회 웹사이트에서 다운로드하실 수 있읍니다.

연락처 및 문의: 전승현 (704-307-9584), 강경일 (704-201-0855), 안순미 (704-840-2017)

경기방식 및 조편성 (핸디캡 , 스트로크 플레이 방식) A조 (핸디캡 0 – 10 / 골드티 ), B조 (핸디캡 11-20 / 블루티), C조 (핸디캡 21-28 / 화이트티), 여성조 (핸디캡 0-14 & 15-28 / 레드티) *대회 운영상 Handicap은 변경될 수 있습니다.

시상 (오후 7시, 클럽하우스) A조 Champion: 상패 및 상품 ($550 상당 최고급 안마기) B & C조 1 등: 상패 및 상금 ($300), 2등: 상패 및 상품($200) 3등: 상패 및 상금 ($100) 여성조 1등: 상패 및 상금 ($200), 2등: 상패 및 상금 ($150), 3등: 상패 및 상금 ($100) *근접상, 장타상과 중복됨 없이 시상

Hole-in-One: Hole-in in 52” 삼성 LCD Flat TV / 근접상 & 장타상: 상패 및 상품 ($50) *기타 특별 기념사진, 경품추첨, 등 풍성!

샬롯 한인회 동남부 체전 후원/협찬 (감사합니다!) 김주훈, 박익삼, 성열삼, 한진구, 손환, 전기현, 박상근, 성열문, 박용성, 이인철, 김진경, 방호상, 강경일, 전승현, 심재운, 서재홍, 최재진, 한태동, 고지수, 김학청, 박평술, 오기섭, 모정순, 박봉철, 신소영, 박준범, Music Maker (Band @ Orchestra Instruments), 아시안 헤럴드 뉴스, 캐롤라이나 연합뉴스, NC 한국인 뉴스, 샬롯 노인회, 샬롯 볼링협회, 샬롯 골프 동호회 (가칭), 샬롯 한인회 이사진, 임원진, 자문단, 외 (추후 결산공고시 최종발표)

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지난 4월 21일 샬롯소재 AMF Carolina Lane에서 제 4회 샬롯 한인회장 배 볼링대회가 약 40여명의 참가자와, 볼링협회 홍미경 회장, 장경선 수석 부회장, 박정곤 부회장, 등 임원 및 관 계자, 응원온 가족들과 함께 성공리에 개최되었다. 한인회가 주관하고 볼링 협회가 주최한 행사에서 방호상 회장 은 대회사를 통해 샬롯 볼링협회가 그 간 동남부 체전등 여러주요대회 입상 과 활발한 활동으로 샬롯지역의 위상 을 높인점에 감사하고 지역 한인사회 의 한인회에 대한 관심과 참여를 촉구 하며 볼링협회가 모범적인 스포츠단

–입상자 명단과 후원자에 대한 감사 는 볼링협회에서 추후 발표예정이다. 샬롯지역 전국 수학 및 과학 경시대회 샬롯 한인회 (회장 방호상)가 주관하 고 재미 한인과학 기술자 협회가 주최, 한미과학 협력센터가 후원한 제 12회 전국 수학 및 과학 경시대회가 지난 4 월 13일 UNC CHARLOTTE에서 일 제히 치뤄졌다. 올해는 4학년에서 11 학년까지총 42여명이 본 수험을 응시 했다. UNCC 수학교수이자 한인수학 인협회 회장인 오해수 교수와 참여 심 사진의 엄격한 점검과 채점으로 수상 자가 선정되고 오는 2014년 샬롯 한인

체로써 지속적인 발전이 있기를 진심 으로 기원하였다. 이날 행사에는 이연 수 장로가 대회를 위한 개회기도로 축 복하였고 한인회에서 강경일, 윤용준 부회장, 안순미 행사/봉사부장, 임정미 사무차장/특보, 박익삼 이사장, 성열문 전회장과 여러 이사들이 참석, 방문하 여 격려하였다. 다가오는 제 33회 동 남부 체전 선수선발전을 겸한 본 대회 에서 개인전 입상자들과, MVP, 장려 상, 등에 대한 푸짐한 상금, 트로피 시 상과 행운권 경품추첨으로 행사을 마 무리하고 내년을 기약하며 우의의 장 을 마쳤다.

회 신년잔치에서 시상식이 열리게 된 다. 한인회 방호상 회장은 이날 수험장 을 직접 방문하여 수험장을 둘러본 후 학생들의 진지한 학구열에 격려와 응 원을 전하였고 부모들과 학업성취도, 등에 대하여 대화를 나누었다. 다음 은 자랑스런 샬롯지역 수상자 명단이 다----4th grade: Harin Lim (1st place), Andrew Chang (2nd place), Sean Lee(3rd place) 5th grade: Chanwook Park (1st place), Junwon Min (2nd place), Nicolette Kim(3rd place)

6th grade: Joshua Kolenbrander (1st place), Jenny Suk (2nd place), John Bang (3rd place) 7th grade: Daniel Hwang (1st place), David Choi (2nd place), Damin Ryu (2nd place) 8th grade: Darvin Heo (1st place), James Pak (2nd place) 9th grade: Kristie Kim (1st place), Sukwon Jeong (2nd place), Taesoo Lee (2nd place) 10th grade: William Lim (1st place), Hyungji Yang (2nd place), Daniel Kawk (3rd place) 11th grade: Jeong Hyeji(1st place) 샬롯 응시자중에서 North Carolina 주 지사상 및 KSEA-NC Chapter 수상 자는 아래와 같다. 1st place: Joshua Kolenbrander (6th grade), Daniel Hwang (7th grade) 2nd place: Harin Lim (4th grade) 3rd place: Darvin Heo (8th grade), Kristie Kim (9th grade) 샬롯 한인회, 2013 Asian Festival 참가 오는 5월 4일 (토) Carolina Asian-

May-June 2013 (19) American Chamber of Commerce 에서 주관/주최하는 제14회 Annual Asian Festival행사가 Ramsey Creek Park (Lake Norman in Cornelius, NC)에서 열렸다 (Heats for the dragon boat race begin at 9:00 a.m. Races will continue throughout the day. The Asian Festival opens at 11:00 a.m. and runs until 4:00 p.m. Please note that there is no public parking for the Asian Festival at Ramsey Creek Park. Parking is available at the Palace Theatre on 17220 W. Catawba Road with complimentary shuttle service to the festival site.). 샬롯 한인회에서는 검도, 등 무술시범, 한국 안내코너 (부스설치), Food Court 음 식판매, 등의 참여를 준비하고 만전을 기하고 있다. 가정의 달을 맞이하여 아 시안 Community의 교류와 협력의 장 이 될 본 행사에 많은 한인가족들의 방 문을 기대한다. 한국안내책자, 등 관련자료 배부 자원 봉사자 모집: 연락처 샬롯 한인회 방 호상 회장 704-214-0860■

제 33회 동남부 한인체전 기금마련 위한 2013년 샬롯 한인회장배 골프대회 참가신청서 본 신청서를 작성하신 후 참가비 (여성 $80, 남성 $100)와 함께 아래의 주소로 발송해 주십시요 (등록마감—5월 15일). *후원금 접수 중!

1. 참가자 (선수) 성명 (한글)


주소 전화번호 (휴대폰)



핸디캡 (Max 28)

참가비 $

후원금 $

합계 $

접수확인 (주최측)

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*모든 후원금 내역은 추후 결산공고 시 정식 발표될 예정입니다. 서명 (Sign): ____________________________________________ 날짜 (Date) ________/_______/ 2013

2. Check 송부처: Payable to The Korean Association of Charlotte 11425 FERN SIDE DRIVE, MINT HILL, NC 28227

3. 대회 행사관련 문의처: 전승현 (704-307-9584), 강경일 (704-201-0855), 안순미 (704-840-2017)

“지역 한인사회의 단합과 발전을 위한 본 행사에 참여해 주셔서 대단히 감사를 드립니다. 즐겁고 유익한 시간 되시기를 진심으로 기원드립니다!”

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한국어 직통 704) 779-5006 주관/주최: 미주 샬롯 한인회

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남부 한인장로교회 담임: 송성섭 목사

홍정길목사 초청 부흥회 성료 4월 4일부터 7일까지 3일 간 홍정길 목 사를 모시고 부흥집회가 열렸다. 한국 복음주의 운동의 주축으로 남서울은혜 교회 목회, 유학생들을 위한 KOSTA프 로그램 시작, 자페아들을 위한 밀알학교 시작 운영 등 많은 영향력을 끼쳐온 홍 목사는 부흥집회 동안 소탈하고 겸허한 자세로 말씀을 선포했다. 지나온 사역을 돌아보면서 백만 성도를 달라고 기도하면서 성도의 숫자가 증가 하면 이 땅에 하나님의 나라가 이루어 지리라 기대했지만 천만 성도가 있어도 변하지 않는 세상, 말씀을 가르치면 변 하리라 기대하고 성경공부 소그룹 훈련 등에도 혼신을 쏟았지만 사람은 변하지 않더라고 말씀하면서 하나님을 상대로 살 것, 성경을 많이 아는 것과 좋은 그 리스도인의 삶을 사는것과 동일한 것이 아님도 지적했으며, 말씀만 붙잡고 하나 님 앞에서 살아갈 것을 당부했다. 월요일 오전에는 지역교회 목회자들을 위한 목회자 세미나를 가졌는데, 샬롯지 역의 목회자 뿐 아니라 인근 지역의 목 회자들도 함게 참석해 평생 목회의 길을 걸어 온 대선배 목사의 당부말씀을 듣는 귀한 시간을 가졌다.

“Back to the Gospel” 유스 찬양의 밤 지난4월 20일(토) 오후8시, 오랫만에 유스들이 함께 모여 찬양하는 Praise Night을 가졌다. 찬양팀을 두세개 만들 고도 남을 만한 많은 달란트들이 작년 함께 고교를 졸업하면서 남은 빈자리를 메꾸면서 찬양팀을 재구성한 후 처음 가 지는 찬양의 밤이었기에 무척 의미있는 시간이었다. 특별히 유스 찬양팀을 시작 하면서 악기를 시작한 단원도 있었고, 2 년반의 유학기간을 끝내고 귀국을 일주 일 앞둔 단원, 또 불신앙의 자리에서 신 앙으로 그리고 찬양팀의 일원이 되어 섬 기는 단원까지 찬양의 밤을 인도하는 찬 양팀의 구성원 하나 하나가 가지는 간증 이 참 풍성했다. 유스담당 지나 전도사 는 우리를 자유케하는 예수 그리스도의 복음가운데 하나님을 찬양할 자유, 사람 을 용서하고 사랑하고 섬길 수 있는 자 유와 능력이 있음을 선포했다. 샬롯지역 의 청소년들이 함께 참여해 하나님을 예 배했던 시간, 개개인에게 주신 하나님의 달란트를 가지고 하나님의 나라를 위해 최선으로 투자하고 사용하는 훈련을 인 생의 봄날부터 시작한 이들이 한없이 복 되고 자랑스러웠다. 혼두라스 단기선교 후원 야드세일 및 바자회 6월 24-29일 혼두라스로 떠나는 단기 선교 후원을 위한 야드세일및 바자회 가 4월 27일 토요일 온종일 교회 뜰에 서 또 식당에서 열렸다. 많은 성도들이 봄대청소를 하면서 챙겨온 많은 옷가지 들 살림살이들, 또 큼직하고 값나가면서 쓸만한 전기제품들 파워 tool들도 교회 앞마당에 고객들을 기다리고 있었다. 금 새라도 쏟아질듯하던 비도 손님들이 뜸 해진 오후까지는 내리지 않아 다행이었 다. 예년의 바자회와는 달리 많은 메뉴 를 준비하지 않고 짜장면, 찹쌀도나스, 그리고 족발 등의 간단한 메뉴로 바자 회를 준비했다. 준비하고 수고한 만큼 의 후원금이 모아져 흐뭇했고, 함께 짐 을 나누어지며 선교지향적인 교회를 꿈 꾸고 달려가는 일에 온 성도들이 함께 동참할 수 있었음도 감사했다. 5월 5 일 Ramsey Creek Park에서 열리는 Dragon Boat Festival에서 한국음식코 너를 운영하는데 여기에서 나오는 이익 금 또한 단기선교 후원금으로 사용되게 된다.■

샬롯 베다니 교회 담임: 임종백 목사 부활절 새벽 예배와 초청 축제 성료 예수님께서 부활하 신 부활절을 맞아 부활절 새벽 예배와 초청 축제가 많은 성도들이 참석한 가 운데 성황리에 열려 하나님께 크신 영광을 드리는 기쁜 시간 을 가졌다. 로마서 8장 강해 “성령님 새로운 삶의 열쇠”라는 주제 로 4월 7일 주일부터 로마서 강해가 시 작 7주간 매 주일 새로운 로마서 시리즈 가 진행된다. 엄청난 보화가 들어 있는 8장 강해를 통하여 성령님께서 놀라운 변화와 축복을 각자에게 내려 주실 줄 믿는다. 또한 시리즈 강해 마지막날인 5 월 19일 성령강림절에는 8장 암송대회 를 개최할 예정이다. 임직자들을 위한 사역 훈련 4월 14일(주)부터 임직자들을 위한 훈 련이 오리엔테이션을 시작으로 계속 될 예정이다. 특히 매주 토요일 새벽은 “ 충성되이 여겨 직분 주심을 감사하며( 딤전1:12)”라는 주제로 모일 예정이 다. 새봄 축복 대심방 하나님의 크신 축복 가운데 대심방이 계 속 되고 있다. 각 가정마다 주시는 크신 은혜를 감사하며 더욱 많은 기도의 중보 를 부탁하고 있다. YBC 성경공부 매주 금요일 오후 7시 30분 유스성경공 부 몽미이 교회에서 진행 되고 있다. 성 경공부를 통하여 유스들이 어려서부터 하나님을 알고 성령의 인도하심을 받아

락힐열방선교 교회 담임: 강 준원 목사 어린이 주일 야외예배 5월 5일 어린이 주일 을 맞아 전 교인이 야 외에 나가 자연동산에 서 주일 예배를 드린다. 예배 후에 점심을 함께 나누고 친교의 시 간을 가진다 창립 5주년 기념예배 및 권사임직식 5월 12일 주일은 본 교회 창립5주년 기 념 감사예배 및 윤정순 집사 권사 임직식 이 거행된다.

성공적인 삶을 계획하고 살아 가기를 온 성도들이 함께 기도하고 있다. 아프리카선교 특별예배 4월24일 수요예배시간에 케냐 김경수 선교사를 강사로 모시고 선교집회가 있 었다. 이 번 집회를 통해 2기 베다니사역의 역점중의 하나인 세 계선교의 비전을 새롭게 가지는 계기가 되었으며, 선교협의를 통해 이미 본 교 회에서 보낸 선교헌금과 앞으로 드려질 헌신으로 르완다에 세워질 중앙아프리 카 성경대학(BCCA)기공식에 담임목사 가 7차로 파송될 것과 2014년 아프리 카 단기선교를 협의하였다. 2기 사역팀 양육훈련 베다니2기 사역훈련(장로, 권사, 안수집 사훈련)이 많은 은혜중에 계속되고 있 다. 장로클레스, 안수집사클레스, 권사 클레스 3반으로 나누어 임직자에 필요 한 과정을 다양한 코스로 배우고 있다. 이 과정을 통해 주님이귀하게 쓰시는 사 역자들로 양육되기를 기대한다. 베다니 나눔 농장 베다니이전 캠퍼스내 아침영광 호수 옆 에 만들어진 농장에 여러채소들이 심어 졌고, 또 캠퍼스안에 유실수들이 심어지 고 있다. 하나님께서 주신 아름다운 비 전베이스에서 자라나는 작물들 처럼 우 리의 믿음도 성숙되기를 소망한다. 베다니 훼밀리 올림픽축제 5월12일(주) 어버이 주일 예배후에 전 교인이 함께하는 베다니 훼밀리 올림픽 이 그린광장에서 열릴 예정이다. 점심친 교는 바베큐 파티를 한 후 아침영광호수 앞의 잔디밭에서 공동체별로 청백팀으 로 나누어 게임을 하며 즐거운 시간을 가질 예정이다. 샬롯 인근의 동포들을 초청하며, 행복한 가정의 축복을 나누기 를 원한다.■ 이날 본 교회 성도들과 하객들 그리고 지 역 목회자들이 참석한 가운데 오후 2시 30분부터 시작되는 예배에는 미국 본 교 회 선교부 목사와Westminst Presby. Church 담임 Rev. Shelton Sanford 의 축사가 있고 Algentina 제일장로교회의 최광언 목사 가 설교를 하게 된다. 모든 행사를 마친 후 오후 5시부터 축하 정찬이 있을 예정 이다. 전교인특별가정예배 5월 가정의 달을 맞아 4주 동안 특별 가 정예배가 있다. 매 주일 지역으로 나누어 방문해서 기도제목을 나누고 축복가정 심방예배로 드린다■

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The Asian Herald 새생명 교회 담임: 서형일 목사 묵상(Q.T.)세미나 제자양육을 통한 새로운 영적부흥 을 꿈꾸고 있는 새생명교회에서 는 제자양육의 선 행과정으로 큐티 세미나를 진행중 에 있다. 이는 말 씀을 스스로 대면하고 고민하며 말씀이 인도하는 삶을 사는 것이 제자양육의 핵 심임을 알고 이를 통해 제자양육의 과정 이 성경공부로 끝나지 않도록 하기 위함 이다.지난 4월 첫 주일을 시작으로 7주 간의 묵상세미나가 매 주일 오후 1:30 부터 약 2시간씩 진행된다. 제자양육 6월 중순경에 묵상세미나를 이은 제자 양육을 시작할 예정이다. 성도들이 우리 가 믿는 하나님과 예수님과 성령님에 대 해서 분명히 이해하고 그 속에서 자신이 누구인지를 발견함으로 하나님이 믿음 의 자녀들을 향해서 품으셨던 꿈들을 하 나하나 우리의 삶 속에서 이루어 드리는 삶을 사는 것을 목표로 한걸음씩 나아가 길 소원하고 있다. 이를 통해서 새생명 교회를 말씀 속에 바로 서는 건강한 교 회로 세워가려 한다. 새생명 음식 바자회 for VBS

캐롤라이나 교회 담임: 김창수 목사 부흥성회 성료 4월 12일(금)부터 15일(월) 까지 김광수 목사(시카고 기도의집 장로교회)를 강사로 모시고 열렸던 부흥회(은사집회)는 매일 교회를 가득 채우는 많은 성도들이 참여하여 강사목사의 은혜로운 말씀과 성령의 능력과 체험이 실제적으로 매 시간마다 이루어져서 성도들이 성전을 떠날 줄 모르고 기도의 능력에 심취했으며, 집회의 마지막 시간이 더 연장되는 이적을 남겼다. 강사인 김 목사는 시카고 다민족 교회 중보기도, 치유 사역자로 능력이 있는 분이다. 콜럼비아 지역에서 지금까지 이러한 성령충만한 집회, 성령 은사의 체험을 하는 집회가 별로 없었기 때문에 내년에도 이런 성령이 역사하는 집회가 다시 개최되기를 소원하는 성도들이 많았다. 사순절 성경쓰기 시상 매년 사순절이 되면 주님을 생각하며 성경쓰기를 하는데 올 해에는

May-June 2013 (21) 8월5일 월요일부터 8일 목요일 까지 진 샬롯 제일장로교회 행되는 새생명 여름성경학교 경비모금 담임: 최유찬 목사 을 마련하기위해 5월18일 토요일 음식 바자회가 새생명교회에서 열린다. 시간 새교우 환영회 은 오전 11시에 시작하여 오후 3시에 5월4일(토) 오후 6 까지 진행되며 다양한 먹거리를 준비중 시, 본당에서 금년 에 있다. 매년 본 교회 자녀들뿐 아니라 도 전반기에 새로 주변의 아이들이 함께 참여함으로 많은 입교한 교우들을 위 준비가 필요하다. 새생명교회의 홈메이 한 환영만찬회가 열 드 음식의 맛을 아시는 분들의 많은 참 린다. 새 교우들의 개인소개와 목회 여를 부탁드린다. 자들과 각 사역담당 자들의 교회소개 일자: 2013.05.18(토) 시간: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm 장소: 샬롯새생명교회

및 사역소개도 있을 예정이다. 전교인 야외예배 5월12일 주일 오전 9시, 준비자 예 배와 오전 11시 두차례 걸친 야외예 배를 SC 에 있는 Andrew Jackson Park 에서 가진다. 어린이, Youth, 어른이 온 교우들이 같은 장소 다른 곳에서 예배를 드리고 함께 간단한 게임을 통해 친교하는 시간을 가질 예정이다.■

샬롯성시화를 위한 통곡기도회

새생명 한글 학교 종강식 지난 1월5일 개강하여 21주간 진행된 샬롯새생명한국학교의 봄학기 종강식이 6월 8일 토요일 열린다. 종간식은 오전 수업후 오후12시 30분부터 본당에서 열린다. 한글반,피아노반, 바이올린반, 미술반,SAT반으로 나뉘어 열심히 공부 한 학생들의 성장한 모습들을 발표하는 자리에 많은 분들이 참석하여 격려해 주 시길 당부드린다. 종강식과 다음학기 한글학교에 관해 문 의사항이 있으신 분들은 김연회 한국학 교 디렉터(704-724-3349)에게 문의 바란다. 일자: 2013.06.08(토) 샬롯 성시화 운동 본부 주최로 “샬 시간: 12:30 pm부터 롯 성시화를 위한 통곡 기도회”가 열 장소: 샬롯새생명교회 본당■ 린다. 교회가 행하여야할 본질적인 역활을 사도행전 쓰기를 40일 동안하고 하지 못하고 있는 현실을 안타까운 마 개별적으로 시상하였다. 성도들이 음으로 지켜보던 샬롯 지역에서 시무 사도행전을 쓰면서 성령의 역사하심과 하는 몇 명의 목회자들이 함께 모여 기 교회의 부흥 원리와 전도에 대한 도하는 가운데 샬롯 성시화 운동을 발 열정을 가지게 되었다고 고백하였다. 족하였다. ‘도시 복음화 운동’ 이라 앞으로도 성령의 감동으로 기록된 고 불리우는 이 성시화 운동은 1972 성경을 성도 스스로 읽고 쓰기를 년 김준곤 목사님에 의해서 춘천에서 통하여 성도들 자신이 성경 처음으로 시작하였는데, 현재 20여 해 기록자들처럼 성령의 감화를 받고 외 도시를 포함, 70여 도시에서 성시 성경의 의미를 깨닫고 말씀대로 화 운동이 활발히 벌어지고 있다. 살려는 믿음의 의지를 불태울 수 세계 성시화 운동 본부 참조(www. 있기를 바라는 마음이 간절하였다. 이번에 발족된 샬롯 성시화 운동 참여 5월 목회 계획 교회는 샬롯 지역을 거룩한 영성의 도 (가정의 달, 주제성구 / 엡 5 : 1) 시로 만들기 위한 사역을 시작 하기전 1주( 5일) 어린이 주일(유세), 에 지나온 일에 대해 하나님앞에 회개 여선교회 Yard Sale, 춘계대심방, 하는 시간을 먼저 가질 계획이다. 무료SAT강의(3/10-5/12) “회개하라” 로 시작된 예수님의 복 2주(12일) 어머니날 꽃달기, 제직회, 음의 능력은 이후 기독교 역사를 통 구역예배 해 회개없는 죄용서는 존재할수도 없 3주(19일) 선교의 날(개척교회보고), 고 존재해서도 안되는 것임을 절실히 교단총회(21-24일, 필라델피아), 깨닫게 된다. 중세기 종교 개혁을 비롯 청소년수련회 준비(6/10-13, St. 하여 청교도 공동체 및 경건주의 운동, Simons Island, GA) 미국 제1,2차 대 각성 운동과 웨일즈 4주(26일) 성령강림절, 당회■ 부흥운동 등으로 회개에 대한 불길이 전해졌다. 이 영적 대 각성의 흐름이 한국으로 넘어와 개성을 시작으로 원

산, 목포에 이어 평양 에까지 일어나게 되었 다. 즉 교회의 부흥 운 동의 특징은 바로 회 개에 있었다., 이번 ‘샬롯 성시화를 위한 통곡 기도회' 는 5월 19일(주일) 교민 들이 모이기 편리한 Providence Church Ln 선상에 있는 미국 교회인 Providence Presbyterian Church 를 빌려 오후 5 시30분에 열리게 된다. 동영상을 통해 미주 본부장인 박희민 목사의 축사와 세계 성시화 총재인 김인중 목사의 축 사가 있고 성시화 참여 교회 소속의 경 배 찬양의 인도하에 샬롯 성시화 운동 참여 동역자들의 기도와 참석교민들을 위한 기념품 등이 준비 되어 있다. 이번에 샬롯지역에서 열리게 되는 ‘ 통곡 기도회’ 를 통해 먼저 나 자신을 돌아보고 새롭게 신앙의 길을 가는 인 생의 전환점이 될수 있길 바라며, 이를 위해 샬롯 지역 교민들이 적극 참여할 수 있으시길 샬롯 성시화 운동 본부에 서 권면하고 있다. 문의 사항은704821-6637 이나 704-579-9680 으 로 해주시길 바란다. 장소: Providence Presbyterian Church 10140 Providence Church Ln. Charlotte, NC 28277 일시: 2013년 5월 19일 오후 5시 30 분 주관: 샬롯 성시화 운동 본부 장소 설명- 남부장로교회와 샬롯 베 다니 교회를 지나 Providence Rd.를 만나면 우회전 해서 0.7마일 가면 Providence Church Ln.이 보이는데 거기서 우회전하면 곧 교회가 오른쪽 에 보임.)■

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May-June 2013 (22) Carmel Baptist Japanese Ministry 1145 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Rev. Kenji Takami (980) 322-4321 e-mail:

Carmel Baptist Chinese Ministry 1145 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Rev: David Lee (704) 847-8575 e-mail:

Agape Chinese Baptist Church 1500 Suther Rd. Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Edmond Chan (704) 455-2813 (704) 549-8215

Charlotte Chinese Baptist Church 7225 Pence Rd. Charlotte, NC 28215 Pastor: Steven Wang (704) 536-6700

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

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

The First Korean Presbyterian Church 6930 Wallace Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212 Pastor: Yu Chan Choi (704) 531-2552

Southern Korean Presbyterian Church 3619 McKee Rd. Charlotte, NC 28270 Pastor: Sung Sub Song (704)-841-0821

Mok Yaung Presbyterian Church 2024 Sam Newell Rd Matthews,  NC 28105 Pastor: Dong Min Shin (704) 542-3514

Charlotte Church of the Nazarene 8614 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Charlotte, NC 28226 Pastor: Dong Il Jang (704) 759-8229 (704) 839-1574

Dream Presbyterian Church 3316 Pleasant Plains Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Ji Ho Jeong (704) 847-9880, 287-2278

Beacon Korean Methodist Church 9212 Bryant Farms Rd. Charlotte, NC 28277 Pastor : Sun Jin Kim 980-819-8493, 603-505-0195

Interfaith Indonesian Fellowship 2940 Commonwealth Ave. Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: Jusuf Mandey Contact: Maureen Laloan (704) 248-6983

Filipino Int’l Community Church 185 S Trade St. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Van Joven Pamintuan (704) 231-2271

Cambodian Methodist Mission 4305 Monroe Rd. Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: Samuel Om (704) 376-3467

First Hmong United Methodist 2101 Belvedere Ave Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Hood Vang (704) 649-8314 Email:

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

St. Joseph Vietnamese Catholic

331 West Sugar Creek Rd. Charlotte, NC 28213 Pastor: Joseph Chung (704) 598-5255 (704) 258-3568

Global Hope Church 3417 Ludman Way. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Hyung Woo Park (704) 322-3101 (704) 281-0080

Statesville Korean Presbyterian Church 221 Ivyrun Ct. Statesville, NC 28625 Pastor: Song Choi (704) 924-9772 (704) 873-6275

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

Henderson Mission Church 286 8th Ave Cramerton, NC 28032 Pastor: Dongwook Kim (704) 823-7743 (704) 823-0041

Charlotte Korean SDA Church 3120 Sam Newell Rd. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Ray Tai-Kook Chung (704) 849-7787 (704) 641-2550

Rodem Presbyterian Church 15008 Lancaster Highway Pineville, NC 28134 Pastor: Eun Joo Kim (704) 307-5442

5909 Monroe Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212 Contact: Pauline Lee (7040 567-2000

4929 Sandy Porter Rd. Charlotte, NC 28273 Rev: D. min. Tan Van Le (704) 504-0907

Centerview Lao Baptist Church

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

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

Bible Baptist Church

Phat Hue Buddhist Temple

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

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

Wat Lao Buddharam

Myanmar Community Church

1824 Todville Rd. Charlotte, NC 28214 Ven. Phra Singkham Ban Lusak (704) 391-5540 Contact: Mr. Done Vongsavanh (704) 499-3717

1451 Briar Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28205 Pastor: John Byhna (704) 449-3012

Holy Rosary Group

Chinese Tzuchi Foundation

Holy Rosary Groups of Charlotte & vicinity Paul Davis Amigo (704) 541-9485

Asian Churches & Religious Org. Sarang Church (Pentecostal Holiness)

Chinese True Buddhist Society

All Nations Church 301 S. Davidson St. Charlotte, NC 28202 Pastor: Eul Ki Jung (704) 332-9930 (704) 717-2920

Bethel Korean Church of Charlotte 7121 Delta Lake Dr. Charlotte, NC 28215 Pastor: John C. Kim (704) 566-7173 (704) 599-3063

Carolina Korean Church 1201 Matthew Township Parkway Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Seung Hwan Kim (704) 488-1187

New Life Church 5008 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Charlotte, NC 28226

Pastor: Hyoung Il Seo (678)469-2713

Korean Global Mission Church 1329 Stallings Rd. Matthews, NC 28104 Pastor: Daemun Lim (704) 821-6637 (704) 451-4908

Matthews Presbyterian Church 2024 Sam Newell RD. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Sebo Kwon (704) - 249-8986

All Nations Mission Church 1320 India Hook Rd. Rock Hill, SC 29731 Pastor: Joon Won Kang (803) 366-3107 (704) 665-6243

To Jeong

11626-B Wilmar Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28273 Contact: Karren Wu (704) 281-8060

Lien Hoa Vietnamese Buddhist Temple

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Carolinas Christian Assembly/Indian Church Rev.Dr. K.C.paul, MA,MS,M.Div,Phd 12601 Idlewild Rd NC 28105 (704) 771-1414

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

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

Bethany Presbyterian Church 1805 E. 7th St. Charlotte, NC 28204 Pastor: Jong Baek Lim (704) 375-3501, (704) 844-6175

Wheat Mission in Charlotte 1015 S. Trade St. Matthews, NC 28105 Pastor: Ki Yeong Kim (704) 281-8318

Others © Open Church of Charlotte (704) 849-2661 5008 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Charlotte, NC 28226 © Calvary Church 704) 564-9131 5804 Pineville-matthews Rd. Charlotte, NC 28226 © Grace Korean Church 704) 965-1004 124 Georgia Valley Ave. Delmont, NC 28102 © Korean Central Baptist (704) 567-1565 / 578-5678 8823 Albemarle Rd , Charlotte NC 28227 © Gastonia Baptist Sung chun, No (704) 865-9845 © Mustard Seed Church Young seo, Kim (980) 253-3956 © Lake Norman Preb Church Young IL, Cho (980) 258-3521 © Serving Church Chong Han, Ji (704) 954-2145

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Asian Business Directory 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

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Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce 704-332-5656 Chinese-American Assn. of Charlotte 704-322-3327 Filipino-American of the Carolinas 704-366-4401 Filipino-American of Salisbury 704-536-1803 Filipino American Assn of the Triad 704-854-0895 Philippine American Assn of Raleigh 919-489-0505 Philippine Club of Fayetteville 910-482-4620 Filipino Western, Asheville 828-274-7536 Hindu Center (India) 704-535-3440 India Association 704-545-3727 Indonesian Association 704-458-8532 Jap.-Ame. Assn. of Charlotte 704-333-8099 Korean Assn. of Charlotte 704-214-0860 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. 803-526-2133

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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

Accountants - CPA

Food Wholesale

Big “L” Food Service


Cultural Centers

Carolina Asian Culture Center International House The Peaceful Dragon Tea House


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

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

336-855-5700 919-260-4985 704-527-0878 704-504-0962 704-461-1527 919-876-4707

Jin’s Market Asia Oriental Grocery Han’s Oriental Food International Super Market New Century Overseas Oriental Food G Market Grand Asia Market Luck Oriental Market

704-341-1112 704-375-1215 704-597-8817 704-509-1799 704-921-1716 704-522-9111 704-321-4048 704-821-0891 704-568-8949

Asian Groceries

Home Accessories

Olivia Wong’s


Internet Solution

Zak Kacho C-Tech(Daniel)

Martial Arts

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

704-347-5081 980-939-5032

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

704-502-1443 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 ———–

Bernardin.s Green Tomato Buffet

704-332-3188 704-535-1818

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 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 704-341-2293 704-759-1288 704-541-1688 704-282-2300

—––—— 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

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

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

704-891-4150 704-849-0028 704-335-7112 704-895-6880 704-543-4081 704-348-428 704-370-0100 704-543-8899 704-799-0068

G Mart Restaurant Cho Won Garden GaChi Bistro Karaoke Bar Inter-net Coffee House Fish Wing

704-536-5848 704-845-6119 704-535-6632 704-334-1523 704-331-0740

Cuisine Malaya


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––— Filipino ——

Tropical Escape


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

–—— Thai —–—

–——— 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

919-790-6898 704-568-8744

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

Central Piedmont Community College International Programs and Services Dotty Holly (704) 330-6127 (704) 330-6456

UNC Charlotte International Student/Schlar Office (704) 687-2000 Debbie Wilson - Administrative Assistatn (704) 687-7781

Korean Business Directory 동남부한인회연합회(박병준) 캐롤라이나연합회(정호근) 803-238-6315 주아틀란타총영사관 404-522-1611~3 샬롯 목회자협의회(장동일) 704-759-8229 샬롯한인회 (방호상) 704-214-0860 샬롯교회협의회(이응주) 704-236-7194 샬롯청년회의소(전도범) 704-906-5262 아시안도서관 704-334-3450 샬롯노인회 (이봉석) 704-689-8013 샬롯영남 동호회 (안상호) 704-562-7031 그린스보로한인회(최승용) 336-324-5536 랄리한인회 (최병렬) 훼잇빌한인회 (유재진) 910-286-7518 콜럼비아한인회 (정호근) 803-238-6315 그 린 빌 한 인 회 ( 이 현 주 ) 843-299-8677 한국식품점(Korean Grocery) 빼빼로식품 704-845-2107 G MART 980-321-4048 진식품 704-341-1112 한식품 704-814-8822 좋은마켓 704-510-8922 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 Connie Heintz

704-658-6480 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 704-334-5082 / 607-7260 최종구 공인회계사 704-541-0527 김하중 회계사무소 704-532-8222 한진구 회계사무소 704-376-3825 보험(Insurance) 박종호 보험 704-737-7203 삼성종합보험 704-537-3722 김시영 보험 704-737-9207 제이씨보험 704-334-5082 하나종합보험 704-968-2597 데이빗양 보험 704-839-3692 도서관(Library) 아시안헤럴드도서관 704-334-3450 식당(Restaurant) 초원가든 704-845-6119 오사카 704-849-0028 스시야재팬 704-295-7633 Simplee스시 704-543-4081 화룡 InterKorea 704-321-1750 미용실(Hair Salon) 현미용실 704-562-3847 안나 미용실 678-907-0999 Bela K 미용실 704-293-2631 유니스 미용실 704-779-5006 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

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


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


엘리스 꽃집 Todd’s Flowers

704-339-0633 704-332-5167


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

The Asian Herald

May-June 2013 (24)

First Asian Church in Charlotte Established on Aug 28, 1977

Pastor : Sung Kyun Na (나 성균 목사)

704-529-0900 704-877-6642

Charlotte Presbyterian Church (PCA) 샬롯장로교회 701 Scaleybark Rd., Charlotte, NC 28209

Traditional Chinese Restaurant

Butler and Quinn, PLLC Areas of practice:

Criminal Law & Immigration 刑法及移民 형법 및 이민 Luật hình sự nhập cư Kriminal Law & Imigrasyon 4801 East Independence Boulevard Suite 700 . Charlotte, NC 28212

Phone: (704) 569-9800 / Fax: (704) 569-9866

Triangle Executive Business Center 3200 Beechleaf Court Suite 100-32. Raleigh, NC 27604

First Asian Church in Charlotte Established on Aug 28, 1977

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Awarded 5 STARS (HIGHEST RATING) by The Charlotte Weekly in 2008 Rated "Charlotte's BEST Chinese Restaurant" by Rated Best Of Voted CITY'S BEST by AOL Cityguide WINNER - Best of Citysearch Proud to have the famous "Chef Chan" as our Head Chef since 2002 Private Meeting Rooms/Party Rooms & Upstairs Banquet Room available

10719 Kettering Dr. Charlotte, NC 28226


Phone: (919) 424-8371


Tin Tin, an upscale All You Can Eat Asian seafood buffet offers a vast assortment of mouth watering culinary delights. Only the freshest and finest ingredients are used in preparing each taste tempting entrée. Our buffet counter with over hundred varieties of appetizers, salads, hot foods and bite size desserts. Extravaganza cannot be described in mere words

Come in & enjoy!

● Lunch - 11:00 am ~ 3:00 pm Daily ● Dinner - Sun. ~ Thur. : 4:30 pm ~ 9:30 pm Fri. & Sat. : 4:30 pm ~ 10:00 pm



(Sam Sung Ins.) 삼성이 하면 다릅니다 그 서비스의 차이를 느껴 보십시오!! 삼성에서는 자동차, 상업(W/C, G/L, 자영업자 보험), 건강 보험(BlueCross BlueShield) 생명보험(G/E) 등 모든 보험을 취급하는 보험 전문 회사 언제든지 전화만 주시면 자동차 보험료 무료견적을 받아 보 실 수 있으십니다 또한 본인 및 배우자의 금액에 따른 생명보험 요금도 즉시 에서 Check하실 수 있습니다 건강보험: Blue Cross Blue Shield (NC 제1의 건강보험) 생명보험: General Electric

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

4801E.Independence Blvd.#615 (Independence Tower) Charlotte, NC 28212

너무 비싼 의료 보험 !!! 여기 저렴한 Plan을 소개합니다.(Blue Cross Blue Shield)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

남.여 비흡연자 Blue Advantage Blue Advantage Blue Advantage 기 준 (Plan A, $2,500 Ded) (Plan B, $5,000 Ded) (Saver 1, $5,000 Deductible) 100% 정기검진 100% 100% Cover Preventive Care Cover Cover $ 25 (일반의) 개인병원 $ 15 (일반의) $ 25 (일반의) *전문의는 Ded. 적용 Doctor office $ 30 (전문의) $ 50 (전문의) $500 Ded. 적용 후 의사처방약 $ 10 (Generic) $200 Ded. 적용 후 Prescription Drugs $ 10 (Generic) $ 45, $65 (Brand) $ 10 (Generic) $ 45, $65 (Brand) $ 45, $65 (Brand) $ 2,500 Ded. 적용 후 $ 5,000 Ded. 적용 후 $ 5,000 Ded. 적용 후 종합병원 보험 80% Cover 보험 70% Cover 보험 70% Cover Hospital 가입자 20% 부담 가입자 30% 부담 가입자 30% 부담 * 20% MAX, $2,000 * 30% MAX, $3,000 * 30% MAX, $3,000 30~34세 부부기준 $479 $223 $287 40~44세 부부기준 $603 $278 $359 $471 $936 $365 50~54세 부부기준 ● Deductible이란 보험 혜택을 받기 전에 우선 가입자가 부담해야 하는 금액입니다. ● 종합병원에서 치료비용이 $1,000,000.00일 경우 Plan별 가입자 최대 부담 금액은 Plan A $2,500(Ded): $4,500, Plan B $5,000(Ded) : $8,000, Plan Saver 1 $5,000(Ded): $8,000입니다. ● S.S.N.이 없으셔도 가입 하실 수 있습니다.

Asian Herald May 2013  

Asian Herald May 2013