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Chinese Club Installs New Officers

The Chinese Club of San Marino held its annual Installation party to introduce its new officers.
The new board directors include Peter Koh, who served as a trustee of the San Marino School Foundation for six years and was the foundation’s first-ever Chinese American president in 2015-16; Tim Wong, who is currently the president of the Southern California Dental Association; Dr. Se-Yao Hsu, who served as president of the Chinese Club of San Marino in 1999, principal of Chinese School in 2001 and San Marino planning commission from 2008 to 2020; Theresa Chiang, former principal of Chinese School of San Marino in 2016-17; and Hsu and Chiang are former directors who have come back to serve again. Finally, a second generation of San Marino residents was represented by Edith Lai, who is currently the public relations liaison of the Los Angeles County Government Fire Department; and Patric Pan, a law and computer science expert.
Alan Chen, the current president of the Chinese Club of San Marino, said that this year the club only had six weeks to prepare for the Lunar New Year Festival held in Lacy Park. There were more than 40 booths, more than 300 volunteers and more than 250 performers. The show lasted for four hours, and the number of participants was about 3,000, which exceeded the club’s expectations. CCSM mobilized not only the current directors, but also previous directors, to join in the grand event.
Because of the accumulated resources, coupled with the cooperation and consensus of the team, the club can smoothly promote its ideals and goals of expanding its service to the community. At the installation party, the club introduced new directors. CCSM has among its ranks elites from different fields and talents with rich experience in community service. CCSM took the opportunity to call on a new generation of young people to join.
Hundreds of guests were invited to the installation party, and a Chinese and Western buffet was provided for dinner. The fine evening concluded with cello and piano performances from students at LACHSA, which was simple but solemn, elegant and warm.


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