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"The Asian American Civic Association (AACA), formerly known as the Chinese American Civic Association, has been active in Boston's Asian community over 35 years. The past three decades have seen vast growth in the Asian community and AACA has also grown in order to meet the community's changing needs."
The Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC) is a community based non-profit organization that is committed to serving the Asian American community of Greater Boston, with an emphasis on preserving and revitalizing Boston's Chinatown. The Corporation develops affordable housing, promotes economic development, fosters leadership development, builds capacity within the community, and advocates on behalf of the community.
ESL classes, child care, afterschool programs and more.
"The endeavor of the Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club is to organize Chinese youth in the vicinity of Boston in a friendly group, which shall engage in athletics and social activities. Our main purpose, however, is to improve the relationship of our race with that of others."
23 Beach St.
Serving Downtown, Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Chinatown and the North End.
Downtown, Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Chinatown, and the North End
The Campaign to Protect Boston Chinatown is a coalition of community organizations, residents and activists who fight to protect a historically oppressed people and to preserve Boston Chinatown as a cultural, social and political center.
Educational and recreational program for elementary students.
Discussion of the various options to and from Chinatowns in New York and Boston.
"The oldest Tai Chi Chuan school in Chinatown."
Schedule for the Fung Wah Transport Vans (the cheap "Chinatown bus"). Also contains links for other bus services.
Chinatown's weekly community newspaper. News is available in English and Chinese.
Boston is full of ghosts, reminders of the city's past that often go completely unnnoticed - unless you take the time to look for these spectres. Chinatown is particularly rich in these sometimes eerie outlines left behind by buildings and companies that no longer exist.
"Offers a wide variety of training programs to allow members to become well-rounded martial artists. Basic training includes Kung Fu exercises, fist-forms, weapons forms, self-defense applications, free sparring, as well as the philosophical aspects of Wah Lum Kung Fu."
Serving the Asian and Chinese-American communities.
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