GNCA 2020 Mid-Autumn Festival – Call for Video Submissions

This year’s Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching, and after the success of our Duanwu Festival in June, we are planning another mixed live/online event. Exact date and time are still to be determined but should be close to the actual holiday date of October 1. We are calling for more of your videos, which should be […]

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GNCA is moving to a NEW WeChat public account — please follow us!

GNCA is currently moving to a new WeChat public account. Because the system will not automatically transfer our followers, we need you do so manually. Please subscribe now by scanning the following link in WeChat: From now on, our WeChat posts will only be on the new account, so please sign up as soon as […]

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First Issue of GNCA Journal Released

After several months of work, we are excited to unveil the first issue of GNCA’s new e-magazine, GNCA Journal! This quarterly publication is intended to serve as the collective voice of Middle Tennessee’s Chinese community. Given the events of the past few months, it should come as no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic features prominently […]

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GNCA’s 2020 Duanwu Festival Videos Are Up

This year’s Duanwu Festival was definitely one to remember, even though we celebrated through Zoom rather than in person. The number of online connections reached as high as 155, and with many families watching together, the viewership was in line with attendance for our typical picnic celebrations in years past. Special thanks to the GNCA […]

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GNCA Duanwu Festival 6/25-26: TWO Evenings of Online Fun

We’ve got so much planned for this year’s Duanwu Festival that we can’t fit it all in one day! The show will be split into two nights: Thursday, 6/25 and Friday, 6/26: Format: We’ll broadcast the shows via the Zoom app. We will provide a direct link later in the week; no downloading or registration […]

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2020 Census Reminder

Do you know how much federal funding for your community’s medical, education and social services would be lost if just one person is not counted in the US Census? According to a recent study by George Washington University, Tennessee lost an estimated $1,091 per person due to undercounting in the 2010 census. The 2020 Census […]

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GNCA Duanwu Festival Online – Video Deadline is June 10!

Based on the submissions we have already received, the member videos are sure to be a highlight of this year’s GNCA Online Duanwu Festival. If you haven’t sent in a video already, you’ve still got until 8pm on Wednesday, June 10. Send us a short video of your current life during these last few strange […]

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Updates on China Embassy Services Visit to Nashville

For several years GNCA has been working secure regular “city visits” from the Chinese embassy to Nashville in order to assist Chinese citizens with critical citizen services (passport renewal, travel permits, etc.). Earlier this week GNCA leaders participated in an online meeting with embassy representatives about this matter as well as policy changes due to […]

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