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Welcome to the Asian American Cultural Center!

Our mission is to provide the facilities, expertise and unique space for the sharing of culture between the East and the West in the American Experience. Thank you and enjoy exploring!
Amy Wong Mok
President & CEO

What can we do for you?
We hope to enlighten your community by exposing the diverse people of Austin to the Asian and Asian-American Experience in the United States. We achieve our goals by holding functions such as the annual Lunar New Year Festival, sponsoring the Austin Dragon Boat Race, and providing meals to the elderly in the Asian American Community. We provide an environment in which those of different ethnicities can come together and enjoy both the East and the West. Our newsletter also contains general news about all Asian-American events in the Austin, TX area.

Year Round Children's Programs
The Magic Dragon Program
We offer different age groups' classes: 2-11 months, 12-17 months, 18-23 months, 2-3 years, Pre K: 4-5 years.

After School Program
For children of grades K to 5 from 2:45 pm to 6 pm. Designed to enhance students' ability to be more creative and independent, also helping families as well as schools to teach students to be more disciplined and focused.

Current/Upcoming Events & News

The Harvest Moon Festival & 15th Anniversary Celebration Program

Asian cultural performances of music, dance, game, Taiko Drums, Lion Dance, martial arts demonstration and traditional food for the entire family.
Location: Asian American Cultural Center. 11713 Jollyville Road, Austin, TX 78759.
Admission: Free
More Information Can be Download Here: Program, Flyer

The 8th Annual Austin Asian Occasion
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
A Showcase of Asian Cultural Dances & A Special Performance from
Zhejiang Provincial Cultural Center, China
To Benefit "Power For Parkinson's" to provide quality of life to people with Parkinson's

We are happy to announce that our 8th Annual Austin Asian Occasion (AAO) on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at AISD PAC to support the mission of "Power For Parkinson's" was a great success. This year, we were very fortunate to have the wonderful professional performance from the renowned Zhejiang Provincial Cultural Center, China at our AAO finale celebration for the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The event was a tremendous community effort; with local Austin performers represented the different Asian cultural performing arts, the members of different Asian organizations made great effort to promote the event, and the staff of the AISD PAC, the AAO organizing team and many volunteers have together contributed many hours to produce this wonderful event. The performance of the members of "Power For Parkinson's" was both inspiring and touching. Together, we have made a memorable celebration.

We are especially grateful to have Mayor Adler attend the event and issue a proclamation to honor this special Occasion.

It is our belief that "Under the Sky, We Are One Community". We are delighted to present "Power For Parkinson's" with $10,000 in checks and cash. We are looking forward to organize our 9th Annual AAO celebration to be held in 2016.

For more information: Press.

The 8th Young Musicians' Festival  
Flyer and Application Form can be downloaded here
World Journal News


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