Archive for the ‘South Florida Chinatown’ Category
CASEC (Chinese Association of Science, Education and Culture), a non-profit organization established in 1994 by local Chinese American professionals in South Florida.
Today CASEC has grown and become the largest Chinese American organization in South Florida with its membership of 1200 from Jupiter to Homestead. CASEC members are from many fields and of a variety of backgrounds, from professionals in academic teaching and research, industrial R&D and management, finance, law practice, to successful business entrepreneur. Members also include Chinese students and local Americans in the greater South Florida area.
If you want to contact CASEC members, you may go to this page. If you do want to find out the real South Florida Chinatown, you definitely need to join them or just ask CASEC members. From their party, Chinese schools and other activities, you can feel Chinatown is there!
Many people told me “There’s no Chinatown in Miami, Florida”. My answer to that is: “Well, there has been one since 1996! It’s on the Web!” No kidding, we published South Florida Chinatown on the Web back in 1996, and it was news, and featured on local TV. The following is some contents that we need to transfer from our old site framework: South Florida Chinatown On the Web
- OCA(Organization of Chinese Americans) South Florida: Khuang.com/OCA-SFL
- CABA: http://www.chinaw.com/CABA(Not online now)
- Chinese Baptist Church http://CBCMiami.org
- CASEC: floridachinese.org (CASEC)
- Chinese Association of South Florida (Located in Boca Raton) 南佛州中華文化協會
- 駐邁阿密經濟文化辦事處(英文)| (中文)
- 南佛州大學 台灣同學會 Taiwanese Student Association
- Chinese Baptist Church of Coral Springs
- South Florida Dragon Boat Festival
- Miss Florida Asia
- Coral Springs Chinese Culture Association
- Chinese Language Teacher Association – Florida Chapter
- United Chinese News of Florida
- Chinese Riverside Baptist Congregation
(So many business Chinese business there, that some Chinese there consider it as their China town. Even the local government supports this idea)
Chinese Community and Asian Organization
The Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic InformationSystems (CPGIS) http://www.cpgis.org/2006website/index.html(moved to other cities)
Other Chinatowns and resources
Fax: 305-946-2207 or use this online form