堪城华人和亚裔社区系列安全防范培训

堪城警察署KCPD将为堪城华人和亚裔社区免费提供系列安全防范培训,增强安全意识,识别潜在危险,及在危及生命安全之下如何正确地采取应对方法,等等。

本周星期四4月8日下午4:00pm – 6:00pm将举行第一次线上讲座。由KCPD警察学院教官作自我防卫讲解并回答大家的问题。有兴趣的参加线上会议可以参见下面详细信息和链接。

Thursday, April 8, 2021

4:00 PM | (UTC-05:00) Central Time (US & Canada) | 2 hrs

Join from the meeting link

https://kcpd.webex.com/kcpd/j.php?MTID=m89dc29a8c492865c21558bb3124137f6

Join by meeting number

Meeting number (access code): 133 453 6026
Meeting password: pAJeyGqm999

Join by phone

You can also dial 173.243.2.68 and enter your meeting number.…

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KCCAA Statement on Anti-Asian Violence & Hate Crime

March 26, 2021

The Kansas City Chinese American Association (KCCAA) strongly condemns the rise of Anti-Asian Violence and Hate Crime across our country. We were heartbroken by the Atlanta shooting on Tuesday March 16, 2021. The loss of eight lives, including six Asian women, is one of many tragic acts of violence against Asians in our country recently. Our hearts go out to the victims and their surviving family members. We also want to express our thoughts of comfort and condolence to the entire Asian American community.

Since March 19th, 2020, there have been more than 3,795 hate crimes and incidences of racism reported to the “Stop AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Hate” organization. The incidents were also occurred in Kansas City Metro during the past year, according to the record from Kansas City Police Department. All these reported cases only represent a fraction of the true total number of incidents.

The shooting in Atlanta has been a wake-up call for all of us in the Asian-American community. Protests and vigils calling for a stop to the violence against Asian-Americans have held in many cities around the country. Hate violence and crime toward people of color, including Asian Americans, is NEVER acceptable and will NOT be tolerated.

As a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, KCCAA has dedicated and held a longstanding commitment to supporting our local community. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have worked tirelessly to donate large amounts of personal protective equipment (PPE) and financial support to our local hospitals, health clinics, police departments, nursing homes, and to schools in low-income communities. Today, again, we are with you all, together, to FIGHT and STOP the Anti-Asian Violence and Hate Crime.

We invite the community to join us in defeating racial violence and ensuring the communities we live in are a safe place for all. If you see a fellow Asian American in a dangerous situation, please intervene if possible, call for help, and document the incident to bring the perpetrator to justice. If you know of an Asian American elder who might be fearful of going out to the grocery store, please offer to go with them. It‘s time to speak up and take action to STOP hate violence and crime before more innocent lives are lost.

Lastly, we welcome community residents to join us together to encourage our local government and law enforcement agencies to …

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The 2021 KCCAA Community Service Award Winners Announced

In 2010, the Kansas City Chinese American Association (KCCAA) established an annual KCCAA Community Service Award to encourage elementary and secondary school students in the greater Kansas City area to develop a stronger awareness of, and to inspire active participation in, community service. The judge panel has selected the following 2021 award winners.  

为鼓励大堪城地区中小学生培养公共服务意识,积极参加社区服务,堪城中美联合会于2010年特别设立年度KCCAA社区服务奖。以下是2021年获奖者名单。 

Rising Star Award Winners: 

Alex GuoKevin LiEthan GuoGeorge Xue

Third Place Winners: 

Max RongCatherine ZhaoKevin Fan

Second Place Winners: 

Jessica MuIngrid Li

First Place Winner: 

Zach Cheng 

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KCCAA Chinese New Year Prize Draw Winners

2021 KCCAA春节晚会抽奖中奖名单

恭喜大家! 牛年牛气冲天!

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KCCAA 2021 Chinese New Year Virtual Celebration

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