News and Events
May 9, 2021
Chia-Chia Chien to be Inducted into California Social Work Hall of Distinction
Chia-Chia Chien, founder of Culture to Culture Foundation is selected for induction into the California Social Work Hall of Distinction. A virtual ceremony to honor this year’s inductees is scheduled in October 2021. The California Social Work Hall of Distinction was created to honor those involved in bringing about the betterment of society and ensure that the contributions of social work leaders, innovators and pioneers would be recognized and preserved for the future. Chia-Chia’s selection was made by a statewide committee of social work professionals after a formal nomination process.
Chia-Chia will join the distinguished group of outstanding social workers who have had an exceptional impact on California’s society and outstanding contributions to the advancement of the social work profession and social work practice in California.
November 24, 2019
Chinese New Year and Census 2020 Celebration
Culture to Culture Foundation and Census 2020, in partnership with Contra Costa County District 2 and the city of San Ramon, is sponsoring a free event to celebrate Chinese New Year and 2020 Census on February 2, 2020, from 2 pm to 5 pm. The event is at Dougherty Station Community Center in San Ramon. Feel free to download and share the chinese_lunar_new_year_2020 flyer.
September 27, 2019
New Stanford CHIPAO Parenting Workshop
Due to the success of the first parenting workshop, Culture to Culture Foundation is proud to offer, in partnership with San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs and Stanford CHIPAO, a second workshop this year to be held at Monte Vista High School on Sunday, Nov 3.
Register for this event at the Stanford CHIPAO Parenting Workshop page.
Feel free to download and share the flyer Stanford CHIPAO flyer Nov 2019
April 18, 2019
Stanford CHIPAO Parenting Workshop
Culture to Culture Foundation is honored to be in partnership with the Stanford Communication Health Interactive for Parents of Adolescents and Others (CHIPAO) and San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs (SRVCPTAs) to sponsor a free workshop to improve understanding and communication between immigrant parents and Americanized teens and preteens.
You can register at the Stanford CHIPAO Workshop page.
Please feel free to download and share the Stanford CHIPAO flyer
January 6, 2019
2019 Chinese New Year Celebration with Danville Senior Center
Culture to Culture Foundation is pleased to co-sponsor the 2019 Chinese New Year celebration with Danville Senior Center. Please come join us to celebration the Year of the Boar on Sunday, February 17 at Danville's Oak Hill Park Community Center. Additional information can be found in the following poster.
September 13, 2017
Danville Senior Center Celebrates C to C Volunteers
Culture to Culture Foundation has been serving seniors as volunteers at the Danville Senior Center since September 2007. On September 13, 2017, the Senior Center celebrated C to C's 10 years of outstanding volunteer work with a light breakfast and entertainment. More than 100 people attended this event. Volunteer instructors of the 4 exercises classes were presented with certificate of appreciation from Contra Costa County District II Supervisor Candace Andersen's Office. Each instructor also received flowers and signed thank you card from their students. Special guests Renee Morgan, Mayor of Danville; Newell Arnerich, Vice Mayor of Danville; and Danville Council Member Lisa Blackwell provided encouraging words of appreciation. The Senior Center staff, led by Mayor Morgan, presented the instructors and other Culture to Culture volunteers with certificate of appreciation and a Town of Danville Volunteer shopping bag. Entertainment included performance by the dance instructors, a demo by the Tai Chi class, and then the dance class performed 4 dances. To conclude the day's festivities, the audience danced to the song "Celebration". Below are some pictures from the event, additional photos are available on google photo.
December 20, 2016
C to C and Chia-Chia Chien Honored with Chair of the Board Award
Culture to Culture Foundation and its founder Chia-Chia Chien were honored on December 20, 2016 by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors with its 2016 Chair of the Board Award. The award is given to individuals or organizations who exemplify the very best in public service and dedication to the county's mission, vision and values. The award was presented to Chia-Chia at a ceremony by the Chair of the Board of Supervisors, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen. Read an excerpt of Supervisor Andersen's e-newsletter on the award below.
May 12, 2016
2016 Directing Change Film Contest Winners Announced
Winners of the Directing Change film contest were announced. View the names of the winners and their winning video on the 2016 Directing Change Winners page.
May 10, 2016
2016 Mother's Day Luncheon
Culture to Culture Foundation organized the 2016 Mother's Day Luncheon for our Senior Center participants. Some of the Senior Center instructors got together for a picture.
February 9, 2016
2016 Chinese New Year Luncheon
Culture to Culture Foundation organized the 2016 Chinese New Year Luncheon for our Senior Center participants. More than 40 seniors enjoyed the delicious multi-course luncheon while catching up with old friends and meeting new ones.
Culture to Culture Foundation Sponsors Directing Change Film Contest
Culture to Culture Foundation is sponsoring the new Through the Lens of Culture category in Directing Change's film contest. C to C is providing cash prizes for this category and will participate as judges as well.
Through the Lens of Culture is one of three categories in the 2016 contest. By submitting a 60-seconds film in this category, young film makers are encouraged to explore the topics of suicide prevention and mental health through the lens of a particular culture.
July 31, 2015
Chia-Chia Chien Honored by NASW
Culture to Culture founder Chia-Chia Chien was selected and recognized by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) as a member of the Social Work Pioneers. NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world. NASW Pioneers are social workers who have explored new territories and built outposts for human services on many frontiers. Each has made an important contribution to the social work profession and to social policies through service, teaching, writing, research, program development, administration, or legislation. Chia-Chia was presented with this certificate.
July 31, 2015
Summer Research Institute Membership Program
Culture to Culture has established a 3-year Summer Research Institute membership program between UC Berkeley and the Harris Manchester College of Oxford University.
API Video Contest Winners Announced
Winners of the Asian and Pacific Islander Mental Illness Anti-Stigma Video contest are:
Jeremiah Hein, California State University, San Marcos
Gao Her, California State University, East Bay
Yukiko Kajitani, California State University, East Bay
Robert Moon, California State University, East Bay
Roberta Naiveli, California State University, East Bay
Serom Kim Sanftner, California State University, East Bay
Erika Shimizu, California State University, East Bay
Harry Wu, California State University, East Bay