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Join us Friday, February 26, 11:30am - 1:30pm at New Asia Restaurant, San Francisco. We are proud to be honoring: Supervisor Eric Mar, Civic Leadership; and Sam Wo Restaurant Revitalization: David Ho and daughter Julie Ho, Steven Lee Group and Nam Ping Family Association.
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"Blooming on Fragrance Alley"
Chinatown CDC youth, artist and property owner collaborated to produce the only tile mosaic mural in Chinatown. The mural is on view at Hang Ah Alley.
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Tenants and a coalition of supporters rallied in Chinatown on March 26 at
2 Emery Lane, a 32-unit residential hotel where tenants comprised of seniors and young families are facing an eviction. Click Here
   
Living in the Margins: An Analysis and Census of San Francisco Families Living in SRO. 2015 report by the SRO Families United Collaborative. Report: Click Here.

 
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Greg Morgan, president of the San Francisco region for Wells Fargo presented Chinatown CDC with a grant for $110,000. The $110,000 will benefit Chinatown CDC’s involvement in the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) project in which Chinatown CDC will acquire, rehabilitate and operate 576 units of public housing in San Francisco. The funding also supports Chinatown Alleyway Tours, a youth leadership development program. Click Here.

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