Ottawa Association of Chinese-Canadian University Alumni News Release (2002-05-22) Subjects: 1. Spring Dancing Party, May 24, 2002 2. The Ottawa-Chinese Cup (formerly Alumni Cup) ?Table Tennis Tournament, June 2, 2002 3. Chinese Canadian Films, May 26, 2002 4. Job Opening for Metallurgical Engineer 1. Spring Dancing Party, Friday May 24, 2002, 7:00 -11:00 PM. Bronson Centre, 121 Bronson Avenue, admission: $2.00/person. This event is co-organized with Tsinghau Alumni Association in Ottawa and Ottawa Oriental Music Group. Everyone is welcome, and we look forward to meeting you in the party. For detail, call Mr. D.-Y. Wang @ 822-8942. 2. The Ottawa-Chinese Cup- Table Tennis Tournament, June 2, 2002 In May 1999, our Association successfully organized the first table tennis tournament, ( the Alumni Cup Tournament). The event attracted participation of about 40 table tennis players. The current tournament is co-organized with the Table Tennis Club of Ottawa Chinese Community Building and will be held at the Ottawa Chinese Community Building, 80 Florence Street. Interested player should register before 25 May, 2002, by calling any of the following persons: Mr. Y.-Z Wang 228-0437, Mr. Z.-G Zhang 862-2918, Mr. Boo Tang 232-0217, Mr. W.-F. Zhou 271-8396, or Ms. Connie Kuang 520-2600 ext. 4402. Registration fee: $4:00 can be paid at the Chinese Community Building on June 2, 2002. 3. Chinese Canadian Films, May 26, 2002, National Library of Canada, 295 Wellington St. Admission Free 2:00 PM Unwanted Soldiers 3:00 PM Return Home 3:45 PM Who is Albert Woo These three documentary movies were produced and distributed by the National Film Board of Canada and will be presented by the Ottawa Chapter of the Chinese Canadian National Council. The films are about the Chinese Canadian experience of the old generations and would be of interest to many Chinese Canadians, old and young, in knowing the history of Chinese Canadians and the progress of the society. The Association encourages you to attend the event. For further information call 261-0493. (Abstracted from Chinese Canadian Community News, May 15 2002 issue) 4. Job Opportunity for Metallurgical Engineer In Royal Canada Mint The secretariat of the Association has received the following message. Any one interested in this position should contact Dr. Xian-Yao Li by phone at 990-6474 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Royal Canada Mint is currently looking for a summer student in metallurgical or mechanical engineering to fill an immediate position. This position may be extended to a part time job after the summer and could lead to a permanent position in a year or so period of time. A preliminary job description may be as follows: -Metallurgical knowledge and background, such as physical properties of metals and alloys, materials phase transformation. -Metallographic knowledge and experiences, such as metallographic sample preparation including sample polishing, etching for microstructures, use of microscopes; -Measurements of hardness, microhardness of metals. Knowledges of different hardness scales for metalic materials; -Metrological knowledge and experiences, such as measuring and calibrating micrometers and weight scales, dimensional measuring of parts and toolings; -Ability to read engineering drawings, and skills on AutoCAD are assets. -Computer skills such as MS word, Excel and PowerPoint etc -People skills. -Communication skills such as oral and written reporting skills If you know someone or if you have a student who is at the 3rd or 4th year of university in a relevant areas, please encourage them to apply.