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          Nam Kue Chinese School

          The Fook Yum Benevolent Society, a non-profit family service organization, was founded in 1855 by the people of Nam Hoy, China who valued the importance of education. In 1919, the Nam Hoy Fook Yum Benevolent Society founded the Nam Kue Chinese School. The building was erected in 1925 to teach the children of Chinatown about the Chinese culture and how to read and write the Chinese language. Currently, the school offers classes to over 800 students. In December 1997, the SFUSD Fook Yum Parent Institute was created as a joint education partnership between the Nam Hoy Fook Yum Benevolent Society and the San Francisco Unified School District to assist Chinese parents. The institute is housed at the Nam Kue Chinese School.