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Over the past month, the Asian Culture and Education Society USA (ACAESUSA) has delivered 398 hot Chinese meals, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), swimsuits, sheets, and pillowcases to those in need within our community.


They have generously lent their time and services to Parkland Hospital, Medical City in Plano, Family Place in Dallas, Clements University Hospital, The Dallas County Hospital District Police Department, University Park police officers and firefighters, Mexican American workers in the state of Virginia, and outstanding community students. 


We are gratified to see more and more members of the Chinese community join the efforts this month, including Coppell Chinese American, Valley Ranch Chinese American, UP Chinese American, HP Chinese American, and US Bank. Furthermore, we are grateful for the cooperation and compassion of the following participating restaurants: Ming Place China Bistro, Panda Express and Taste of Chengdu, Rice Pot Asian Cuisine, and Sichuan Folk.


We would like to thank our volunteers: Hongjian Li, Arnold Yan, Courtney Chen, Zhao Hong, Wendy, Xiu Hua, Qiu Mei, Wang Yan, Gao Yang, Luke Wu, Samuel Wu, Jessica Wu, Yan Wang,  Zhang Rong, Jack Sun, Liping, Jayson Ho, Jake Ho,Xixi, Luo Qin, Song Wei, Linda, Sheila, Jing Ye. Special thanks to our honorable volunteers: Gendap President Beverly Hill, Dr. Joseph Hill, Hongjian Li, US Bank Arnold Yan , JunYi & XuYan and Nancy Lin.



Also, we would like to say thank you to our individual donors for their continued support! Silver donors for those events: Liping & Jay Ho, Bronze donors: Xinlei Wang, Xie Yang, Bingxi Li, LingHua Kong, Rui Xu General support: Nancy Lin,  Wendy Zhao, Chieh Ju Chen, Chengfeng Ling, Chenglie Pan, WenChuang Hu, Hong Zhang, Lin Jing, Fan Xiaomeng. Zhou Hong and Zong Hui.


Mr. Hiren Parikh, Jill Hassmann, and Nicholas Hendren write the thank you letters to Jan Xie, the president of the Asian Culture and Education Society. "On behalf of my team and UTSW hospital, I would like to thank Asian Culture and Education Society for the kind donation of meals for our Chemistry Department staff," said Hiren Parikh, "The food was delicious and we enjoyed it very much." 


"Thank you for Asian Culture & Education Society’s recent gift-in-kind donation of 120 meals to support our staff at Parkland Health & Hospital System during this public health crisis. Your contribution allows the dedicated members of Parkland’s healthcare delivery teams to take a break and to properly nourish their bodies and minds so they can continue to heal the patients they are serving," said Jill Hassmann.

"Lunch was delicious and a welcomed moral boost in this current COVID-19 climate. We thank you for everything you do in the community and for your support,” said Nicholas Hendren from UTSW Cardiology Team.


Since the beginning of the recent COVID outbreak, Asian Culture And Education Society USA has been collecting PPE and donating to the front lines. They have also been supplying food to hospitals and families in need. They will continue the efforts with the Chinese American Community to provide charitable support to the people and institutions impacted most by COVID-19. 


"To help dissolve the hate with love, we will continue to deliver meals and PPE to front line health care workers and to the community in need,” said Jan Xie, the president of Asian Culture and Education Society USA, "Please join and support the ACAESUSA!"


Editor: Courtney Chen 

Writer: Samuel Wu

Picture: Luke Wu



The Asian Culture and Education Society USA provided 100 meals and PPE to the VA North Texas Health Care System Emergency Department for frontline health workers on the memorial holiday weekend. Panda Express supported this effort.

 This is one of the many events that are being celebrated in a hundred cities across all 50 states during May, as part of the United Chinese Americans “Food of Love Day”. The United Chinese American DFW youth council and Asian Culture and Education Society youth council organized the memorial  “Food of Love Day”.  We would like to say thank you to our youth volunteers: Samuel Wu, Jingying Alice Cao, Renyi Richard Cao, Joan Ye, Jessica Wu, Zack Yang, Maddock Zhang, Tiffany Zhang, Jennifer Hou, Katherine Chang, and Joseph Hou. They have been raising money on gofundme, baking cookies, designing flyers, and working hard to show love to VA hospital frontline health workers. VA hospital worker James Calhoun (Army Veteran) Wood Badge 129 (Beaver) appreciates the youth generosity and support! 

"Panda Express will try hard to support the food of love day" said Panda Express manager Joshua Hou in Allen. He chose to support and prepare food for VA Hospital frontline health workers on the same day as his birthday. 

Samuel Wu, a St. Mark's School of Texas student, led this project. "Youth is our future. I am so proud to see Sam, our youth leadership council founding member, taking the lead helping out with the relief efforts. Job well done!” said the United Chinese American President, Haipei Shue, in Washington DC. 

 This is not the end of the story. The president of the Asian Culture and Education Society USA, Jan Xie, left her two DSLR cameras outside the Panda Express restaurant which made the food for VA hospital frontline health workers. When she arrived at the VA hospital in Dallas and started looking for her cameras in her car, she received a phone call from police officer Mark Smajstria who informed her that the cameras had been found. “I appreciate Mark and Joshua. They really made my day. The price of those cameras was over ten thousand dollars. More valuable were the six thousand pictures on the memory card" said Jan Xie. Police officer Mark said, "The food of love" is a great project!” Gendap President Beverly Hill, Jing Zhang, and Luke Wu were also volunteers who helped out at this event.

 Asian Culture and Education Society USA started collecting PPE and donating to people working on the front lines since the beginning of the pandemic. They will continue their efforts with the Chinese American Community to provide relief and charitable support to people and institutions hit hardest by COVID-19. 




Asian Culture And Education Society USA provides 120 meals to Parkland Hospital Emergency Department 05/14/2020.


Thanks Texas Representative Matt Shaheen District 66 (R-Plano) helped delivered the meals to the hospital. Thanks for the participated Chinese restaurants: Hello Dumpling. Royal Sichuan, Ming Place China Bistro. They working hard prepared the meals. 

  This is one of the events are being celebrated in a hundred cities across all 50 states during May, as part of the United Chinese Americans “Food of Love Day”

  Asian Culture And Education Society USA starts Collecting PPE and donating to the front lines since at the beginning. ACAESUSA had been delivered the foods to hospitals and families in need too. It will continue the efforts with the Chinese American Community to provide Charitable support to the people and institutions hit hardest by COVID-19.



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  With cases of the novel coronavirus on the rise in Texas, the DFW area is anticipating shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) — masks, gowns, gloves and eyewear. We started to collect extra PPE and purchase PPE that would be donated to frontline health-care workers on March 18. We distributed about 30,000 PPE to hospitals, doctor's offices, senior citizen centers, or police offices. 

This week we were able to secure and distribute surgical masks and face shields in the  #ParklandHospital and #DallasPoliceDepartment#MDAnderson.

Here is a picture of our volunteer Jessica with Dallas police officers. On the right side of the picture is Senior Corporal Brockford who returned to duty after a full recovery from COVID-19. On the left side is Officer Duba. Corporal Brockford and Officer Duba thanked Jessica for delivering the masks. Corporal Brockford also kindly offered to give Jessica a tour around the police station once life gets back to normal.

Our front-liners deserve all our support and adequate supplies as they take care of us and help us fight COVID-19. 800 face shields were donated by #CCCFC - Collin County Chinese Fellowship Church. 3,200 masks and 4,000 gloves were donated from the ECLAT foundation. We received a donation from UCA, OCA-DFW, MPWF, Jinnan Stomatological Hospital Center for Pediatric Dentistry, Qingdao Shengfeng LLC Mr. Yuanming Wang, YXZ Fortune Management LLC, New Star Chiropractic & Acupuncture, etc. Besides friends in the DFW area, we also thank our donors Peng Zhang, Ying hong Li in Delaware, Linda Yu from California, Geng Tian from Pennsylvania, ZongMing Xiu from Houston and Linqin Shao and Yuanming Wang from Shandong...


Needed items include:
Eye protection, including face shields and goggles (glasses are not effective)
N-95 respirator masks
Opened cases or other containers are acceptable but NOT used items. 


China Texas Friendship Society USA