FAQs - Korean American Data Bank
1. Is the Research Center for Korean Community an independent organization or a center at Queens College?

It is one of the centers at Queens College. It is not an independent organization. But it has close linkages to the Korean community in that it provides data and information about Korean Americans to the community.

2. How different is the Research Center for Korean Community from the Research Foundation for Korean Community?

Whereas the Research Center for Korean Community is a center attached to Queens College, the Research Foundation for Korean Community is a Korean non-profit organization that supports and supervises the Research Center for Korean Community.

3. If someone wants to donate money to the Research Center for Korean Community, whom do they need to contact?

He/she needs to contact Pyong Gap Min.

4. If an author wants to send a set of data or an article to be posted on Korean American Data Bank, whom does he/she need to contact?

He/she needs to contact Thomas Chung.

5. If an author wants to send a summary of his/her book focusing on Korean Americans to the Center to be included in the data bank’s Book Summaries section, whom does he/she need to contact?

He/she needs to contact Thomas Chung.

6. At what time and where are the Research Center’s regular seminars held?

Seminars are usually held between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. at Korean Community Services located at 35-56 159th Street, Flushing, NY 11358. They are usually given on Tuesday at the interval of about one and a half months, 7-8 times a year.

 

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