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The achievements, sponsorships, and services that the New World Bilingual Institute has accomplished in the last five years includes the following:

Bilingual language and cultural classes (1994-present)

Providing ongoing services for more than on thousand students to help them reach higher levels of proficiency in various levels of Chinese English and leadership and communication.
These enhance programs serve as a short cut to success-it has been helped thousands students To refine skills and gain confidence in all aspects of English, Chinese, leadership and communication. A certificate is issued after completion of the courses.
Toastmasters International leadership and communication training programs (1986-present)
have been conducted, directed and coordinated more than a hundred tuition-free leadership and communication workshops (8 weeks/16 hours each) for both adults and youth- more than 40 Speechcraft Programs, and 70 Youth Leadership Programs by 2005.
Over three thousand people in the Washington DC area throughout the east coast and overseas have benefited from the programs thus for.
Producing the New Age Chinese Language Program for Fairfax Cable Access Cooperation (FCAC) (2000-Present)-- Broadcasting daily on Channel 10, 30

Sponsoring, Conducting, Coordinating Educational Conferences:

Sponsoring National Association for Chinese Knotting Workshop (May, 2000)

Sponsoring Chinese American Educational Research and Development Conference (Oct. 1999)

Conducting and chairing for The Association of Chinese Schools (ACS) 24th Annual Conference for 1300 nationwide participants at GMU in May, 1997.

Managing the International Conference on East Asian Education at University of Maryland. Calligraphy (April, 1998)

Coordinating Fairfax County Extended Family Conference (Fairfax High School, Oct, 1997)

Conducting various Free seminars, lectures, workshops, training Programs (1997-present)

Coordinating, hosting, and conducting more than two hundred free seminars, lectures, workshops, training Program on the Leadership and communication, job training, career development, cross- cultural understanding, family services, elections, education, citizenship preparation and other subjects to serve all ethnic communities in the Washington DC area.

Developing Distance Learning Program (1997-Present)

collaboration with Universities to develop the distance-learning program to overseas students.

Developing the China Transformation Program (1997-Present) -- Cooperating with various universities, Telecommunication Broadcasting Corporation, and other educational organizations in the US and overseas. To produce a fully integrated college-level television and electronic course that consists of 15 one-hour documentary lessons that explains Contemporary China to non- Chinese learners.

Established and participated in Asian Awareness Week and Asian Heritage Month (1993-present)

Created Asian Awareness Week and Asian Heritage Month for George Mason University in March 1993.

Establishes various programs each year to benefit all ethnic groups.

Received the proclamation from the Federal Government, and Fairfax County Government:

Represents the Chinese community
Received the recognitions by coordinating the Asian Heritage Month Celebration for the Federal Asian Pacific Council, Asian Pacific Heritage Council, US Defense Legislative Agency, Fairfax County Government.

Cultural Diversity program presentations and motif displays (1993-present)

Represents the Chinese community to conduct the cultural presented at Capital Hills, Freedom Plaza, the US federal government, Voice of America, Channel 10, 26, 30, 56, WCTV, USA Today Radio,

      Washington Chinese Broadcasting, Washington Chinese News, U.S. Kids, The American Red Cross,

      Toastmasters International, Virginia State Cooperate extenuation, Fairfax County government, George

      Mason University, University of Maryland, Marymont University, The Catholic University of America,

      Northern Virginia Community College, Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax County Public Library

      Systems, Fairfax County Court, private schools, community schools, churches, other cooperative companies, non-profit organizations and the Montgomery Mall.

GMU Minority Students Scholarship Program and Youth Scholarship Program (1994-present)

Participation and service on the George Mason University Minority Advisory Board, to help establish a one million dollar fund for minority students in five years.

Provides scholarship to high school students, and George Mason Students.M

Fairfax County Partnership Program (1996-present)

A partnership with Fairfax County Public School System providing weekly tutoring, mentoring, technology support programs, other activities, resources, gifts, and assistance to elementary schools and other school aged students in all areas as needed.

New Immigrants Mentoring and tutoring programs (1994-present )

Helping new immigrants of all ethnic communities to achieve their English proficiencies, subjects learning, and living skills abilities.

Youth Excellence Programs

Establishing the "Youth Excellence Award " (1998, 99, 2000, and onward) -In cooperation with the Fairfax Cable Access Corporation ( Fairfax Public Access), Fairfax County Public Schools, and U.S. KID TV to sponsoring this annual event.

The program honors the outstanding achievements of youth in Grades 7-12 in the areas: scholastics, sports, arts, community service, and overcoming personal adversity.

It was broadcasted on Channels 10, 30, 37.

Sponsoring "Salute to the Youth Program * (1994-present)
In cooperation with the Fairfax Cable Access Corporation co-chair this annual event providing opportunities for youth to show and share their talent with the general public.  It was broadcasted on Channels 10, 30, 37.
Sponsoring " Smoke-Free Environment for Health and Longevity" Artwork with Awards (May,1999, 2000)
An artwork contest focusing on the mission and the message of "Smoke-Free Environment for Health and Longevity" to promote awareness of life threatening smoking-related diseases and harmful cigarette pollution
Hosted the Capital Area Youth Public Speaking Contest (June, 1996)

Provided scholarships and awards to 9 winners and recognized one hundred other participants.

International Public Service Hosted and sponsored overseas visiting scholar educational program ( 1994-present) to exchange the skills and resources with US educational systems and scholars.

Established the "Trip to China Program"(September, 1999)

Invited by China International Festival Committee. Conducted a two-week overseas educational program and lead Paul VI High School for a trip to China.
Hosted and Sponsored Metro Washington DC Area Youth Basketball Tournament (October, 1999) --
all proceeds are for helping the Earthquake Victims in Taiwan.
Community Outreach Achievements

Community Outreach Program (1994-present)

Participating and serving on the Virginia Extension Leadership Council (ELC) Board. Collaborates with the ELC in designing an array of essential programs for the Kingsley Park Commons community (Falls Church, VA) to enhance the community's quality of education and living.
Caring for Live and Environment Program (2000-)
In which the NWBI cooperated with Virginia State and Fairfax Park Authority to provide better services to the people around Washington DC Metropolitan area.
Gave Donations to Washington DC Area community homeless shelters (1994-present)
Providing ongoing educational programs, skill training, food drive Toys for Tots, to Martha's Table, senior citizen centers, churches, Purple Heart, Salvation Army, PEACE program and youth centers.
Established "New World Bilingual Institute "4-H youth club" (1994-present)
which focuses on community service in various action plan to serve our community.
Producing Television and Radio Programs on (Channel 10, 30,) (1997- present)
Language, Culture and Cultural Arts Program, Communication Education Program, Performing Arts Program
Hosted and sponsored Youth Talents Performance -April, 1994, 95, 96, 98, 99, and ongoing in the ballroom at GMU

Hosted and sponsored Chinese Folk Arts Performance --May, 1997, Center for the Arts, GMU

Hosted and sponsored "Splendid Opera Highlights" --September, 1998, Center for the Arts, GMU

Hosted and sponsored "Overseas Chinese Folk Arts Performance"--March,1999, Fairfax High School

Worked in conjunction with the US Citizenship Application Workshop (1994-present) and the ChineseCommunity Network Citizenship Application Workshops

for immigrants who are at least 18 years old and have lawful permanent residents for five years, or three years if married to U.S.citizens

The workshop  

have involved many well trained volunteers along with Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) officers who will assist applicants in completing necessary INS forms, fingerprint cards, and photograph taking. Also the most covered will be: common questions asked at the naturalization interview, 100 typical English questions, and English class information is also be provided.
Recognition Program (1994-present)
-- Presenting awards to outstanding teachers, students, volunteers, and contributors.
Providing weekly Sports activities and lessons (1994-present)
offering Basketball, Badminton, and TaiJi
Ballroom dance to serve general public.