CHSAS

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CHSASChicago High School for Agricultural Sciences
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Attending the Transcontinental Railroad Centennial at Promontory Point, Utah, in his capacity as CHSA president, Phil sat in the audience, enraged at how Chinese Americans were slighted at the event, if not in history.
At first, a conservative CHSA did not want Him Mark because he was known in the community as a leftist.
When CHSA founders Thomas Chinn and Chingwah Lee turned Phil down to coteach with him, he asked Him Mark Lai, who at first hesitated.
Phil began serving on the CHSA Board of Directors in 1967 as secretary.
Since inception, CHSA founders and charter members dreamt of having their own building and museum.
"Helping prepare tomorrow's leaders means taking time today to show the opportunities while encouraging them to stay in school and develop their skills," says Steve Rhea, Pres/CEO of Rhea & Kaiser and a CHSAS advisory board member.
CHSAS students participating in February's Groundhog Job Shadowing Week are Michara Canty; Guadalupe Hernandez; Ryan Jameson, Moises Navarro; Ashleigh Flory, Jennifer Hill, Brooke Hepler, R&K; Kristen Brown, R&K; Kelly Smyth, R&K; Phillip Kurylowicz; David Tucker; Jeremee Collier.
CHSAs museum is thus well publicized among prospective tourists and is well utilized by schools (9 respondents) such as San Francisco State University Geographically, many visitors are from San Francisco itself (20) and from the surrounding Bay Area (25).
CHSAs Reading Room Library could also function as a place for further research.
The museums chosen for this study were the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) in San Francisco, the Museum of Chinese in the Americas (MoCA) in New York City, and the Chinese American Museum (CAM) in Los Angeles.
For example, the CHSA has a research center and publication, the annual Chinese America: History and Perspectives.
The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA), established by San Francisco Chinatown community leaders Thomas W.