File FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 18 File 62) - Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (CCBEA卡城中英双语教育协会) and Voice of Huaxia (华夏之声) Mandarin Radio Program on Campus of UofA

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Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (CCBEA卡城中英双语教育协会) and Voice of Huaxia (华夏之声) Mandarin Radio Program on Campus of UofA

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FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 18 File 62)

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A: Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (CCBEA卡城中英双语教育协会)

  1. George S. Dong (董守良)’s business card.
  2. Information about the Varsity Institute (育豐學校).
  3. Voice of Huaxia Broadcasting Society Board of Directors.
    4-6. Calgary Board of Education report to the regular meeting of the board, from the Education Committee on May 27, 1997.
  4. A letter to George S. Dong (董守良) from Gary G. Mar, Minister of Alberta Education. February 7, 1977.
  5. An official receipt of donation to the Calgary Board of Education by the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) on November 24, 1998.
  6. Introduction to English-Chinese (Mandarin) bilingual program and Chinese language course by the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) on May 18, 1997.
  7. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) membership card.
  8. Brief report on the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association by George Dong on June 21, 1997.
  9. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) meeting minutes on May 31, 1997.
  10. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) meeting minutes on June 7, 1997.
  11. A letter of invitation from Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会). June 18, 1997.
  12. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) membership application.
  13. Information of Mandarin Chinese-English bilingual program for interested parents.
  14. A pamphlet “Language education in Alberta: a capsule history”, presented by John Sokolowski at Modern Language Council Conference in Edmonton on October 14, 1995.
  15. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association Board of Directors (May, 1996)
  16. An article about the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association in the newspaper “Sing Tao Daily” (星岛日报) (January 17, 1998).
  17. The Calgary Board of Education report of the regular meeting on May 27, 1997.
  18. The Calgary Board of Education, school, student and parent services school and corporate liaison memorandum on July 23, 1997.
  19. A letter to Mr. George Dong from the Premier of Alberta on April 29, 1997.
  20. A letter to George Dong from the mayor of Calgary on February 7, 1997.
  21. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) fundraising banquet program on April 19, 1998.
  22. A letter to George Dong from Jon Lord, the alderman of Calgary on June 20, 1997 congratulating the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会) on their first Annual General Meeting.
  23. A newspaper clipping of the Calgary Herald (Thursday, February 6, 1997) on Board’s backing for the Mandarin program.
  24. A letter to George Dong from Calgary Board of Education on February 1, 1999.
  25. Minutes for the meeting on Mandarin Chinese-English Bilingual School on Friday, June 27, 1997.
  26. Presentation to the Calgary Board of Education by George Dong on March 20, 1997.
  27. The Calgary Board of Education report of the regular meeting on January 13, 1998 regarding alternative school proposal - Mandarin Chinese-English Bilingual Program.
  28. King Edward Mandarin Chinese-English Bilingual Program application information.
    32-33. Information about the Varsity Institute (育豐學校).
  29. A letter to George Dong from Douglas I. Andrews on June 17, 1997 regarding Annual General Meeting agenda.
  30. The Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association Annual General Meeting agenda on June 21, 1997.
  31. A letter to Mr. Jim Paul from George Dong on May 5, 1997 regarding English/Mandarin bilingual program.
  32. The CCBEA (Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association卡城中英双语教育协会) logo.
  33. Introduction to CCBEA - Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会).
  34. 14 envelopes with donation amounts.
  35. Fundraising committee report to the annual general meeting on June 21, 1997.
  36. Fundraising committee report to the annual general meeting on June 21, 1997.
  37. A letter to George Dong from Gord Smith, general manager of the Varsity Community Association regarding Feng Yu Xuexiao (Varsity Institute).
  38. Education and Training Committee agenda on Thursday, March 29, 1997.
  39. Support signatures for the Calgary English-Chinese Bilingual Education Program.
  40. A letter on funding raising for the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会).
  41. A letter to Jeffrey Zhang from Cindy Cross regarding the Calgary Chinese Bilingual Education Association (卡城中英双语教育协会).
  42. Dong’s handwritten speech for the establishment of Calgary English-Chinese Bilingual Education Program.
  43. Mandarin school’s net income and expenses.
  44. Suggested newspaper advertisement for employment of teachers and support staff.
  45. Message to George Dong on March 9, 1998 regarding his attendance at the Calgary Board of Education banquet.
  46. A letter from George Dong on June 5, 1997 regarding the establishment of Calgary English-Chinese Bilingual Education Program.
  47. A mandate from the Mandarin Chinese-English Bilingual School, Calgary Board of Education on June 30, 1997.
    53-54. Meeting minutes.
  48. Board meeting minutes on April 29, 1997.
  49. Excerpts from the book “Child-adult differences in second language acquisition” written by Ed. Krashen, Scarcella, Long.
    57-59. News of Chinese-English Bilingual Education Program in the newspapers, Chinese News 愛華報 (Dec. 13, 1996), Sing Tao Daily 星岛日报 (Jan. 17, 1998 and Dec. 27, 1996).
  50. 9 color photos:
    Photo 1: 1999 Chinese New Year banquet on Feb. 6, 1999.
    Photo 2: Sam Shun and George Dong collecting support signatures at Calgary Chinatown.
    Photo 3: CCBEA new board of directors (1997-1999).
    Photo 4: Sam Shun at CCBEA first annual general meeting.
    Photo 5: De To, Sam Shun with George Dong.
    Photo 6: The CCBEA fundraising banquet.
    Photo 7: Gary Mar and the board of directors of CCBEA at the fundraising banquet.
    Photo 8: The first meeting of CCBEA directors with Dr. D.M. Michaels, chief superintendent of CBE to make the proposal and present the signatures of over 1500 supporters.
    Photo 9: Deputy Consul-General Liang from the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Calgary.

B: the Voice of Huaxia Mandarin Radio Program on Campus of UofA

1-2. Members of Voice of Huaxia.

  1. Members of Voice of Chinese.
  2. The Voice of Huaxia Broadcasting Society Board of Directors and production personnel.
  3. The transaction record of Voice of Huaxia in 1990.
  4. A letter to all directors of V.O.H. from Xiaosheng Fan regarding the board of directors meeting on Jan. 25, 1991.
  5. The society act by-laws of Voice of Huaxia Broadcasting Society.
  6. The telephone survey of the Voice of Huaxia from Feb. 22-Mar. 10, 199?.
  7. The resignation letter from Xinnian Li to president of Voice of Huaxia on March 4, 1991.
  8. The telefax to Shouliang Dong from the China National Radio (中央人民广播电台) regarding the conference on Feb. 25, 1995.
  9. The handwritten radio scripts on Heritage Festival in 1990.
  10. A letter to Yuzhang Liu (刘钰章) from Shouliang Dong regarding the introduction to Voice of Huaxia on Sept. 28, 1994.
  11. A telephone survey of the Voice of Huaxia.
  12. A recommendation letter for Shouliang Dong from Kim James Harrold on March 6, 1992.
  13. The constitution of the Voice of Huaxia Broadcasting Society.
  14. The brief news of the Voice of Huaxia.
  15. An emergency notice to all members from the Voice of Huaxia on Feb. 11, 1991.
  16. One group colour photo: directors of the Voice of Huaxia at Dong’s home in 1990. Rear from left to right: Weiya Liang, Hongchang Zhang (Mike), Shouliang Dong (George), Xiaosheng Fan (Simmon) and Zhou Wu (Joe). Front: Weimin Dai (Diana), Raymond Cheung and Yiping Wang.
  17. The handwritten radio scripts of the interview with professor Kanghua Lu (卢康华) from the University of Heilongjiang.
  18. The speech of Chinese New Year celebration.
  19. A summarized handwritten speech on the Voice of Huaxia.
  20. Introduction to the Voice of Huaxia "華夏之聲羣英頌", written by Jiao Genji (焦根基) in the newspaper “加中报” on Thursday, December, 23, 1993.

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