— A landmark study on the enduring contributions of Chinese Americans to American society from the 1800s to today.
- Time: February 11th, 2021 at 8pm ET
- Platform: Zoom
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This presentation is part of Project Elevate, a C100-commissioned, historic landmark study conducted by the Economist Group that aims to quantify and convey Chinese Americans’ enduring contributions from the 1800s to the present day. The project’s main objective is to demonstrate to the American public that Chinese Americans have been an integral cornerstone of American success and prosperity, contributing to its growth and development as patriotic Americans.
Speaker: Fulton Hou
Fulton Hou is a Program Associate at the Committee of 100 and has been with the organization since July 2019. He supports the ongoing operations on social media, events planning, and policy/research. Beyond C100, he is an active member of his community from getting involved with local transit issues, to advocating for universal basic income. One of his hopes is for more Asian Americans to be civically engaged and involved in the process.
Moderator: Haipei Xue
Haipei Xue is the founding president of United Chinese Americans (UCA).