Identity: Community Participation
and Self-Realization
by Edward Ma

[September 19, 2008]
 

 

Mr. Edward Ma will share some of his experiences as long-standing volunteer in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Through community participation, Mr. Ma has gradually developed a sense of self-fulfillment with the conceptualization of Chinatown’s community democracy. All of his volunteer work has been aimed at the enhancement of justice, equality, as well as the quality of life and healing of Asian Americans. In pursuit of his self-realization, Mr. Ma also tried to shape up his own identity with that of group identity in order to mainstream Asian Americans.

Topics include:

  • Community Participation
  • Self-Realization
  • Identity Formation

 

 

 


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