美国华人全国委员会(NCCA)主席薛海培先生到访西弗吉尼亚大学

2016年10月30日,美国华人全国委员会(NCCA)主席薛海培先生到访西弗吉尼亚大学,在工程学院的会议室与西弗吉尼亚大学的中国和华人学者学生交流。到会的还有西弗吉尼亚中国学联会主席吴佳黛,以及来自查尔斯顿和西弗吉尼亚州其他地方的华人代表。

薛海培先生是华人著名社会活动家,曾经担任奥巴马竞选总统期间的亚裔联络人,有着丰富的政治和社会活动经验。他一直在各种场合为争取华裔利益努力。

会议的讨论气氛十分热烈,薛海培主席先提出了自己对当今美国华裔地位的一些看法,并指出现在的华人社区存在一些自身组织建设和融入美国社会的问题。同时他还提出了未来华裔应该怎么走的问题:是要继续维持一个独立类似于非洲和拉丁裔的族裔地位,还是要融进”美国”这个大的群体模糊一些族裔的界限。在座的学者都参加了讨论,有的学者提出虽然华人群体内部在政治和一些问题上有分歧,但是要团结在一起为后代做一些有益的事,提升华人在美国社会的话语权。薛海培主席关于这个话题补充了一些看法。他表示现在建立全国华人协会和召开全国华人大会就是一个团结华人力量进而形成影响政治等方面的重要措施。他还表示自己和一些国会议员正在推动日后给学习STEM的学生毕业后发放临时绿卡。西弗吉尼亚中国学联会主席吴佳黛总结了学者学生的发言,并表示学联会为服务广大学生学者和提升华人在美国社会地位奋斗。

会议接受后,薛海培主席和华人学者和学生在北京楼用了晚餐,进行了交流和合照。

Haipei Shue, Chairman of National Committee of Chinese American(NCCA) and lobbyist, visited West Virginia University and held a meeting with representatives of CPAWV and CSSA along with Chinese students and scholars in WV on 30th, October, 2016. About 20 people including CSSA chairman Jiadai Wu attended this meeting, which is aiming to open a discussion about how to improve Chinese-American rights. Taipei Shue also covered some important issues of gathering and building Chinese-American community to voice their opinion and make impacts on the agendas of American society.

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