Association for Preserving Historical Accuracy of Foreign Invasions in China (APHAFIC)
APHAFIC AUTUMN MEETING ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
To view 蘆葦之歌, (Song of the Reed), a video documentary DVD about Taiwanese comfort women with English subtitles from 1:30 to 4:30 at University Community Library, 4155 Governor Dr. San Diego, 92122 CA(858-552-1655) with book display and refreshments. Admission is free. Public is welcome. For more information, please click here. Meeting report.
Point Loma History Awards Banquet
Ten Point Loma High School students of history class of Mr. Patrick McElhaney, Social Studies Department, Point Loma High School, were recognized for essays they wrote about their reflection after watching the movie "Nanking" at the 11th Annual Point Loma History Awards Banquet at Bali Hai Restaurant in the evening of June 9th, 2016. For more information click here.
APHAFIC ANNUAL MEETING ON JUNE 4, SATURDAY, 2016
Guest speaker: Mr. David Chai (柴大定), (former Mayor of Holmdel, NJ and currently resident of Foster City, CA) on the letter translation project with GA members participating in editing 500 English-translated letters written by Chinese victims about twenty years ago (see San Diego Chinese Historical Museum summer newsletter, 2015). For more information click here. Meeting Report.
A ONE DAY TRIP TO LOS ANGELES ON MARCH 5, SATURDAY, 2016
To visit comfort women statue in the Central Park, Glendale in the morning and Monterey Park Chinese and American World War II Memorial Monument (http://aphafic.org/archives/Archive_2014.html) in the afternoon with short talks on the establishment of the statue and monument. In between we will have lunch in local Chinese restaurant and possible dinner before coming home. For more information click here. Trip Report.