PCE Club - 164th Monthly Event

2017/09/23

第一百六十四期活动

2017年09月23日

身份认同 Identity

11 Lexington Ave., East Brunswick, NJ 08816

身份认同问题对于每个华裔移民和华裔后代都是一个不可避免的成长问题, 文化问题和心理问题。 我们面对自己的过去,现在和未来,如何构建东西文化和身份的链接?如何建立一个独特的有自豪感, 认同感和使命感的身份? 如何传递这样的身份给下一代?

PCE 父母子女教育俱乐部邀请到美东成长的年轻人(Jess Fong, Sally Fong and Casey 和她们的家人)来交流一下他们的成长经验。他们即将和大家分享成长中的"身份认同Identity" 故事, 自己的反思。其中Jess Fong今年还在TEDx做过Identity主题演讲: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G1-E2DIpB2s&from=groupmessage 父母子女教育俱乐部热烈欢迎有兴趣的父母带青少年来参加本次活动。

Panelists bios:
Jess Fong is an alumnus of East Brunswick High School, and a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a degree in international studies and economics. She currently lives and works in NJ, and continues to be involved with the local Chinese community.

Sally Fong is currently a senior at Rutgers University, double majoring in political science and psychology. She grew up in East Brunswick and is involved in debate, teaching, sports, and music.

Marjorie Wang is a recent graduate of New York University Shanghai, where she received a major in Interactive Media Arts, with a focus on virtual and augmented reality. In the past year, she founded intern019, an emerging media art collective, spoke about being a student technical artist at Unite 2017, the largest Unity conference in Asia, and exhibited "The Hell Bank Corporation", an interactive installation at the TongJi Museum.

我们还邀请到著名作家海云从家长的角度来分享她对华裔下一代身分认同问题的一些观察和看法。

时间: 2017年9月23日星期六 6:30- 9:00pm
6:30-7:00pm: 签到networking
7:00-9:00pm: 座谈与讨论,欢迎带孩子参加。孩子们有手工制作,乒乓球,画画等活动。

地点: 11 Lexington Ave., East Brunswick, NJ 08816

费用:会员免费;非会员$12每家庭

活动组织者: Daoliang , Jianping, Min Huang

联系人:Daoliang (***-***-3211)Jianping (***-***-9272)

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The PCE Club presents the 154th Monthly Event:

09/23/2017

IDENTITY

11 Lexington Ave., East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Defining "identity" is an ongoing exploration that challenges us to think about where we came from, why we are here, and where we are headed. As Asian Americans, part of that journey touches upon where we stand between two different cultures, and how we decide where that point is.

Join us as we discuss and discover Asian American identities, from a parent, child, and community perspective. What stories do we have to share? What cultural differences and combinations have we experienced? How do we identify what it means to be Asian American, as an individual and as a community?

Our Panelists
Jess Fong is a an alumnus of East Brunswick High School and an alumnus of the Johns Hopkins University, with a degree in international studies and economics. She currently lives in NJ and continues to be involved with the local Chinese community. Earlier this year, she gave a talk on her Asian American identity at TEDxAsburyPark.

Sally Fong is currently a senior at Rutgers University, double majoring in political science and psychology. She grew up in East Brunswick and Is involved in debate, teaching, sports, and music.

Haiyun is the mother of two children. She is an author with many novels published in the US and abroad. She is also the chairman of the Overseas Window Writers Association and founder of Overseas Window.

When: Sept. 23, 2017 Saturday, from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Where: Chinese Evangel Mission Church of New Jersey, 11 Lexington Ave., East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Free for PCE club members. $12 per non-member family.
Event Organizer: Daoliang, Jianping, Min Huang
Contact: Doaliang (***-***-3211) or Jianping (***-***-9272)

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