On Saturday, March 20, 2004, more than 70 members and guests gathered at the Chinese School multipurpose room for our annual potluck dinner. Row after row of delicious and
delectable dishes were enjoyed by all, ranging from chicken salad to pickled pigs feet to braised chicken feet to barbequed chicken. After all of the entrees and rice were
consumed, there was an endless array of desserts, both eastern and western that the membership brought forth. Needless to say, no one was left hungry.
After dinner, the membership was treated to an exclusive showing of the documentary "Separate Lives, Broken Dreams" which was done on the 60th anniversary of the
repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act. The video was introduced by our youth group member, Emerald Katz, who gave an in depth insight on the film's subject matter and left
those in attendance with a great deal of food for thought.
Chairman Jerry Cheang wishes to thank: Frances Chin and Carol Cheang for being the phone committee; Linda and Sherman Low, Anita, Alan and Matthew Ng and
Richard Yee for helping to set up the hall; Ho Ming Cheung for cooking rice and vegetables and to all of those in attendance who brought so much good food for all to enjoy.
Thanks also to those who brought their recipes for inclusion into our planned cook book. If you didn't have a chance to bring your recipe to the dinner, feel free to bring a copy
to any of our future monthly meetings.