Association for Preserving Historical Accuracy of Foreign Invasions in China (APHAFIC)
- President: Nancy Lo
- VP: Jack Meng
- Secretary: Lilin Wang
- Treasurer: Lilin Wang
Recent News and Events
APHAFIC 11th Annual Meeting
APHAFIC will hold its 11th Annual Meeting from 2-4:00pm on Sunday, June 9, 2013 at the San Diego Chinese Historical Society and Museum 328 J Street, San Diego, CA. This year's keynote speach will be given by Mr. Barry A. Fisher. Mr. Fisher served on a multinational negotiation team and counsel in German and Austrian Holocaust settlements, as well as class counsel on Swiss Banks Holocaust cases. For more information see pamphlet.
Seminar/Workshop on Teaching WWII History in Asia-Pacific Theater
Regular, Honors, and AP World/Euro/US history teachers were invited to participate in a seminar/workshop regarding World War II in China. Participants learned from veteran history teachers about how to approach the topic, and new insights they gained while traveling through China. Participating teachers received free curricular resources and will be treated to a light Chinese meal - a wonderful opportunity to connect students to the history of one of the most important countries in the World.
When: Wednesday, March 20, 3:30-5:00 pm
Where: Madison High School, Room 209
Registration: www.sandi.net/ero (Registration deadline: March 15)
Contacts: Matt Hayes, Program Manager, Student Programs and Professional Learning; San Diego Unified School District, (619) 725-7138, email@example.com
Annual Meeting to be Held June 9th
The APHAFIC will hold its annual meeting on June 9th from 2-4 pm at San Diego Chinese Historical Museum featuring a talk on ‘Japan's Wartime Crimes: The Struggle for World Chinese Redress’ by Mr. Barry Fisher, FLEISHMAN & FISHER law firm, Los Angles. Mr. Fisher had represented the former Japanese sexual slaves and forced laborers from China (including the indigenous Taiwanese women), Korea, the Philippines to sue Japan in US courts and went to the US Supreme Court twice for the "Comfort Women" to pursue justice.