WHAT: Friendship Archway community networking event on 3rd Sundays 12:30PM to 2:30PM
You are invited to join Chinese Americans for One FUTURE! Join members of the Friendship Archway Alliance to bridge cultural, digital and other divides and strengthen harmony and unity in Washington D.C.
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED!
Once a month connect with friends, old and new, at thiscommunity event in Washington D.C. near Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro! Meet Chinese, Asian, Pacific Islanders, multi-cultural and people of all backgrounds interested in cultural and educational exchanges and conversations for friendship to promote better understanding and harmony between the peoples of both China and U.S. Meet people of all backgrounds interested in China, Chinatown, Chinese Americans, Asians, Asian Americans, personal, economic, spiritual, community development and collaborating to build ONE FUTURE!
3rd Sunday of each month. (This has been presented by volunteers each month since 2003) Celebrate and help to implement the new DC Chinatown Cultural Development Action Plan.
Please join us for discussions on articulating a Friendship Archway Culture and share your ideas related to wide-ranging topics for cooperation including activities in Chinatown D.C., Beijing-D.C. relations, participation in collaborative efforts, skills-based volunteering, training, Chinese American new business opportunities etc.
Please share this web address with your friends: http://www.meetup.com/ChineseAmericans/
For further background of co-sponsors, see http://archway2.org and http://dailyappreciations.net
At this free monthly event, you will also meet participants from other members of the Friendship Archway Alliance for Networking, see http://www.meetup.com/chinatowndc/, http://www. meetup.com/socialentrepreneurs/, http://www.meetup.com/AsianAmericans, Allies Building Community Inc. (A.B.C.) and The Friendship Archway Network.
Under the leadership of the Honorable Vincent Gray and the Office of Asian and Pacific Islanders Affairs, this Chinatown Development plan has been adopted for the future of Chinatown, see http://apia.dc.gov