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Reflections & Reunion Registration

Thank you for being a part of the Mississippi Delta Chinese Heritage Museum and DSU Communities. We are inviting you to join us for a two day event, celebrating our Mississippi Delta Chinese Heritage Reunion

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8am – Registration Table is open (Jobe Hall)
9am – Opening/Welcome (Jobe Hall)
9:30 am – First Session: Susie Tonymon (Jobe Hall)
10:30 – 10:45 am – BREAK
10:45 am – Second Session: Ted Gong & Martin Gold (Jobe Hall)
12:30 pm – Lunch (State Room in the Union) – walking by the University Bookstore so guests may step in and purchase books if they want.
1:45 pm – Third Session: Gwen Gong (Jobe Hall)
3Pm – Ribbon Cutting on the steps of the Archives building, outside
4 pm – Reception (Martin & Sue King Railroad Heritage Museum)

10am – Fourth Session: Adrienne Berard & John Jung (Union, 2nd Floor, West Lobby)
11:30 am – Report from MDCHM President, Raymond Wong (Union, 2nd floor, West Lobby)
Noon – Lunch (Union, 2nd Floor, West Lobby)

**Games begin after lunch, held in the Union, 2nd floor, EAST lobby

**Oral History Recording Booth will be set up from 10am – 4pm in the Archives, Seminar Room, First Floor of Capps Archives & Museum building.

**Museum will be open from 10 am – 4 pm, Saturday.




Office Use Only:
Date Received: _______________________
Payment Method: ____________________

   Delta Chinese: Reflections & Reunion                     24 & 25 October 2014 · Cleveland, MS

Attendee Information:    (Please print and list name as it will appear on name tag)


Spouse’s Name: ____________________________________________________________________________


E-mail address: ________________________________Phone Number: ________________________________

Number of Children attending events with adults:   ________________

     Please indicate names and ages of children attending.  Note that children’s prices for meals is free
(5 years and younger) and half price (6 – 12 years old).
(Please print and list name as it will appear on name tag)

Child’s Name/Age: __________________________________________________________________

Child’s Name/Age: __________________________________________________________________

Child’s Name/Age: __________________________________________________________________

Child’s Name/Age: __________________________________________________________________

Registration Information:

  • Indicate how many people will be attending each event by placing a number in the blank before each option.

____October 24 – Lecture Series, Luncheon & Reception                                        $30 per person

*children are free to attend these events with adult supervision

            ____October 25 – Lecture Series, Picnic lunch, Tours & Games

____Friday Dinner at The Warehouse                                                                      $40 per person

____Saturday Dinner at The Warehouse                                                                 $50 per person

____Children 5 years and younger are free

     ____Children 6 -12 years, meals are half price

Friday Dinner ($20) and Saturday Dinner ($25)

***Early Registration by 5 September – Bundled per adult                                   $100 per person
After 5 September, bundled charge per adult                                                         $120 per person

           +++Please note: Onsite/late registration will be an additional $10 charge per person.+++

           Make checks payable to MDCHM.

           Mail to MDCHM, University Archives, 1003 W. Sunflower Rd, DSU Box 3137, Cleveland, MS 38733         


Total Number of registrants for this form: ________

          Total charge included with this form: ____________

Contact info: www.archives.deltastate.edu or Emily Jones 662.846.4781 or Susan Chow 662.846.4046.


Preliminary Schedule of Events




The Mississippi Delta Chinese Heritage Museum

Against the backdrop of a rapidly disappearing society and culture, the museum promotes local heritage preservation by actively collecting oral histories, memorabilia, photographs and textile materials related to the history and story of the Mississippi Delta Chinese immigration and settlement. The resources developed from on-going preservation projects will encourage an environment of understanding and appreciation of our ethnic and cultural diversity.
The Mississippi Delta Chinese Heritage Museum opened October 2012 and is free and open to the public.
A complete index of materials currently held in the collection is coming soon. Researchers are encouraged to contact the University Archives staff for appointments to view collections.
If you are interested in contributing to the collection by donating family materials or by financially supporting the mission of the museum, please contact University Archivist, Emily Jones (ejones@deltastate.edu) or by calling 662-846-4781.