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Chinatown Elders Learn Cell Phone Tricks

World Journal, Headline News Brief, Posted: Jun 12, 2009

NEW YORK The Chinese-American Planning Council and AT&T on Wednesday held a workshop in Chinatown to teach elders how to use a cell phone. The World Journal reports Shouquan Chen, CEO of CPC said the session was one of many workshops they host for elders in order to help them make their daily lives more convenient. Ellen Webner of AT&T said she didnt know that there were so many elders living in Chinatown. Because of the high demand, the organizers had planned to host a session for 30 people but had to add another workshop. Youlan Zhu, an elder, said she used a cell phone only to receive calls. Now she is glad to learn how to listen to voice messages, use the call-back function and take photos with her cell phone, she said.


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