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Asian Americans in Pittsburgh

Asian - General

  • Pennsylvasia Blog
    This blog posts news, events, lectures, festivals, etc. that might be of interest to Asians or those interested in Asia in the Pittsburgh area.
  • Pittsburgh Asian American Young Professional Association
    The mission of the Pittsburgh Asian-American Young Professionals Alliance is to provide an environment for Asian-American young professionals to share and exchange ideas in order to promote cultural and professional growth in the community.
  • Silk Screen: Asian American Film Festival
    Currently a film festival in May, Silk Screen plans to develop into a week- or month-long celebration of Asian and Asian American cultures with events throughout the City of Pittsburgh.


  • Chinatown Pittsburgh
    Resources in Chinese and English for Chinese in Pittsburgh.
  • Hong Kong Students Association (CMU)
    Carnegie Mellon University's Hong Kong Students' Association's goal is to promote Hong Kong's cultural aspects and to create a sense of fellowship among the Hong Kong students.
  • Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA), Pittsburgh Chapter
    OCA is a national civil rights advocacy and educational organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander descent.
  • Pittsburgh China Center
    The Pittsburgh China Center promotes business development between China and Pittsburgh in key growth sectors, and positions the Pittsburgh Region as a primary U.S. destination for Chinese investment and growth.
  • Pittsburgh Chinese Church Oakland
    134 North Dithridge St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • Pittsburgh Chinese Restaurant Association
  • Pittsburgh Chinese School
    Pittsburgh Chinese School was founded in 1977 and has been a non-profit organization since. Its mission is to educate Chinese children and local people in the Chinese language and culture. Its purpose is to enhance the social awareness of the Chinese culture and foster the multi-cultural environment to Chinese children.
  • Dragon Boating
    The Three Rivers Rowing Association offers Dragon Boat festivals and races.
  • Three Rivers Families With Children from China (TRFCC)
    Three Rivers Families With Children from China (TRFCC) began in 1997 as a small group of people who had adopted from China that here looking for camaraderie. TRFCC was incorporated in 2000 as a non-profit corporation and their memership has swelled to over 200 families with, and awaiting Chinese children in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.

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