Newsletters: 2007

CHSNE NEWSLETTER Fall 2007, Vol 13, No.1

《紐英崙華史會會訊》二零零七年秋季刊第十三冊第一輯


Yung Wing (18281912) and 120 Young Chinese Students In America ( 18721881) Their Times and Works 容閎(1828-1912)與120位中國留美幼童, 時代與貢獻

(Pages 1, 19-21, 35 頁)  Author: Timothy Tsung-lu Kao 作者: 高宗魯
Mount Hope Cemetery Chinese Immigrant Memorial Dedication
望合墓園華人移民紀念碑落成
 (Pages 2, 22 頁)  Author: Deborah B. Dong 作者: 曾茂蘭 
Frequently Asked Questions about the Memorial 有關紀念碑的常見問題

(Pages 3, 23-24 頁)  Author: Deborah B. Dong 作者: 曾茂蘭  
Reflections from the Chinese American Migration History Study Tour
美國華裔移民史研究之旅   

(Pages 5-9 頁)  Authors: May and Thomas Chin, Shauna Lo 作者:
陳遇宏、余美真、羅薌來
Chinese American Missionary Schools in Boston Ca. 18701920
18701920年波士頓華人傳教會學校
(Pages 10, 18 頁) Author: Wing-kai To 作者: 杜榮佳
They Mystery of the Chinese Sunday School Window
華人主日學彩色玻璃窗之謎(Page 11 頁)  Author: David Chang 作者: 張大偉   
Laundry Workers were Among the First Chinese Graduates of Northfield Mount Herman 北田鎮賀蒙山書院首批華裔畢業生當中有洗衣工人 
(Pages 12-13, 26-28 頁)
Authors: Stephanie Fan, Shauna Lo, and Kenneth Wong 作者: 范王柳娥、羅薌來、黃榮權    
The Chinese Students Memorial Society Recipient of the 2007 CHSNE Sojourner Award 中國留美幼童紀念學會: 2007年華史會遊子獎團體獎得主

(Pages 14-15 頁)  Author: Wing-kai To 作者: 杜榮佳
“Pioneering Women” Exhibit at W/Y Gallery 王余紀念畫廊展出「婦女先驅」

(Page 29 頁)  Author: CAWOHP Advisory Committee 作者: 美國華裔婦女口述歷史委員會

2006-2007 Report of Activities 年度報告

(Pages 30-31, 37 頁)  Authors: Stephanie Fan and Peter Kiang 作者: 范王柳娥、江念祖
Visiting Archives and Sites of Yung Wing and the Chinese Educational Mission
實地參觀容閎及留美幼童史蹟  (Pages 32-35 頁)

Authors: Wing-kai To, Peter Kiang, and Stephanie Fan 作者: 杜榮佳、江念祖、范王柳娥
CHSNE Co-President and Managing Director Honored
華史會聯合會長與經理分別獲得大獎 
(Pages 36-37 )
2007 CHSNE/Waterman-Waring-Langone Scholarship New Recipients
二零零七年華史會/柯德文獎學金新得獎人:

(Page 17 頁)  Junying Liang 梁俊穎 and Yiling (Galin) Ma 馬軼凌


Yung Wing first came to the United States in 1847 and graduated from Yale in 1854, becoming the first person in Chinese history to hold an American BA degree. He believed that, "The rising generation of China should enjoy the same educational advantage that I have enjoyed; so that through western education China might be regenerated, become enlightened and powerful." (Member access)

Yung Wing first came to the United States in 1847 and graduated from Yale in 1854, becoming the first person in Chinese history to hold an American BA degree. He believed that, “The rising generation of China should enjoy the same educational advantage that I have enjoyed; so that through western education China might be regenerated, become enlightened and powerful.” (Member access)

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