Newsletter 03_2017_1

How to find old or expired websites.

You will all recall that for nearly a year our website was down due to hacking. After trying for many months to recover the site by deleting the malware from the WordPress installation I finally gave up and decided to go ahead and start from scratch. 

What is interesting however, as many of you may have learnt, sometimes the hard way, is that nothing goes away on the internet. 

Here is an interesting article on this subject published by the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/13/technology/personaltech/how-to-find-old-or-expired-websites.html?_r=0

The good news is that we are now able to view some of the older postings for Chinesejamaican.com by going to this website. https://web.archive.org/web/20030420052052/http://www.chinesejamaican.com/

Many of you have asked about some of the recipes posted by Chef Boogsie Lue Tenn, and I am happy to say that some of these can be views on the above link. If you have a particular recipe that you are looking for and you can't find it, please get in touch with me and I will be happy to see if I can recover it for you and re-post it on the current website. 

If anyone has a good recipe please send to me with a picture of the completed dish or preferably a video of you making the dish.

Laddie Kong

Website administrator

 

 

 

China and Jamaica strengthen south-south cooperation

 Chinese festivals, the Lunar New Year is celebrated with food.

submitted by Linda Chin Yee

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Newsletter -02_2017_2

Phil Chen

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Who has not yet heard of the fabulous Phil Chen OD?

So much has been documented about him, we need not write anything, but only give you the links to his accomplishments.

THE 17th staging of Tribute To The Greats takes place July 26 at the Chinese Benevolent Association in St Andrew. Dubbed 'The Chinese Connection', it salutes the contribution of the Chinese to Jamaica's popular music. Today, the Jamaica Observer presents the third in a six-part series on some of the recipients. For more go to http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Blow-by-Blow-with-Phil-Chen_17171369

https://www.facebook.com/PhilChenBass/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Chen

Toronto’s Caribbean Chinese Association (CCA) celebrates its’ 40th anniversary in this Year of the Rooster.

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Submitted by - Michelle Lyn 

Toronto’s Caribbean Chinese Association (CCA) celebrates its’ 40th anniversary in this Year of the Rooster.  Spearheaded by Hubert Lue (the CCA’s first President) and Louis Chong, founding members organized a gathering at a restaurant in Chinatown in 1976.   The association was formed the following year with the intention of helping immigrants from the Caribbean with Chinese heritage to acclimate to their new surroundings, provide support and offer opportunities to socialize with familiar faces from back home. 

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Newsletter – 02_ 2017_1

Tsung Tsin Association – Tweens and teens learn how to cook

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March Break is next month already, and lucky you if your family is planning to go away on vacation for the week.  But if not, here is an opportunity for youths between the ages of 10 - 18 years old to spend a day at TTA watching a movie and learning how to cook.

The tweens and teens can bring along a friend or friends on Wednesday, March 15 to watch the famous movie - Anne of Green Gables - and learn how to cook using just a rice cooker.  The Fun Day is from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and is free.  Lunch is also included. This is an opportunity for the younger generation to know their Hakka home away from home, meet new friends, maybe make lifelong friendships and learn some survival skills.

Please contact:  Marjorie - 905-831-1805 or email - MLLUESANG@GMAIL.COM

CBA hosted the Shijingshan Folk Art Group from Beijing China.

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The CBA hosted the Shijingshan Folk Art Group from Beijing China. Now for the performance, MC's for the night were Dervan Malcolm and Su Ying. The Troupe which consists of dancers, singers, acrobats and a magician, perform 11 pieces which were well received by the audience. Right after the performances the CBA President Damian Chin made a presentation to all the performers and instructors.

Patrick Chung – New England Patriots

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_Chung

Chung was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He has four brothers and three sisters.[1]

Chung attended Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California, where he played football as a safety and wide receiver and was a two-time All-League pick.Chung's mother, Sophia George-Chung, is a Jamaican reggae artist who was popular in the 1980s.[2]His half-brother, Brian Carey Chung, is a dancer, choreographer, and poet.[3]Chung is of Chinese Jamaican descent.

Patrick Christopher Chung (born August 19, 1987) is an American football strong safety for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Patriots in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Oregon and has also been a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

 

 

Caribbean Immigration to the Caribbean Basin

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Happy Valentine’s Day

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Obituary – Ruby Lyew Sang

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In Memory of
Ruby Lyew Sang
March 5, 1928 - January 29, 2017
More information to follow.

Obituary – Gloria Chin

It is with much sadness that I inform you of the passing of Mrs. Gloria Chin on Sunday Feb. 5th.  Mrs. Chin was a TTA Honorary Lifetime Member, and widow of the late Mr. Allan Chin, of Allan's Pastry Shop Ltd.

Funeral service for Gloria is set for Sunday February 12th at Highland Funeral Home at 16th Ave and Hwy 404, with visitation at 11 am.

Thank you.

Clive Yapsam