Updates

Updates

Being a Christian Witness through educational, social and community services The center serves over 2500 Chinese immigrants each year through ESL classes and tutoring for adults, children and youth programs, services for new immigrants, family literacy, school, a music program and computer center.


The updated Immigrant Handbook for 2014 has been posted and can be found on the New Immigrant Services page.


Two short-term mission teams serving during the weeks of June 23 and June 30 bless the Pui Tak Center with their abilities and passion. Pui Tak receives a unique taste of the diversity within American culture as Center Point Church hails from Kentucky while Bible Church International comes from New Jersey. The team volunteers will be engaged in a wide assortment of Pui Tak’s services, including the Summer English Bible Classes, the July Summer Program, and citizenship tutoring.


On Friday, June 20, the Pui Tak Center was designated as a federal courtroom as it hosted its third naturalization ceremony in its third floor assembly hall. During the ceremony, 74 individuals from 23 countries were sworn in as US citizens by Federal Judge Edmond E. Chang. Mike Chan, a retiring Senior Immigration Services Officer and former Pui Tak Center board member, presided over the ceremony. This memorable event stirred feelings of patriotism within attendees as these new citizens served as a reminder of the freedom and opportunities that the United States represents to people from all around the world.