Alabama Asian Cultures Foundation
P.O. Box 660769
Birmingham, AL 35266
Tel: (205) 903-5569  
The purpose of the foundation is to use their collective funds to construct and maintain a Chinese Garden and an Asian Cultural Center in the Birmingham metropolitan area.

Bengali Association of Greater Birmingham
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Bengali Association of Greater Birmingham (BAGB) is a cultural and charity society serving Bengali culture and literature. BAGB also participates in various charities in Birmingham community.

Birmingham Chinese Association
3535 Grandview Pkwy, Suite 350
Birmingham, AL 35243
Tel: (205) 259-8091
The Birmingham Chinese Association is a non-profit, non-political organization that serves the Chinese community in the Birmingham area. They welcome everyone to their annual cultural events, family oriented recreational activities, and educational seminars on various topics. 

Birmingham Chinese Festival Association 
Boutwell Auditorium, 1930 8th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
The mission of BCFA is to promote awareness of the Chinese culture, traditions and festivities. 

Confucius Institute at Troy University
023 Bibb Graves Hall, Troy University
Troy, AL 36082
Tel: (334) 808-6290 
The CIT is a non-profit public institute aiming at promoting Chinese language and culture. The institute was built to establish mutual beneficial alliances with government, corporations, and educational, and research entities to make the CIT a center for China-related teaching. 

Chinese-American Business Association of Birmingham
P.O. Box 26712
Birmingham, AL 35260
Tel: (205) 223-7783
Chinese American Business Association promotes professional development and business opportunities within the Chinese-American community. The CABAB seeks business opportunities not only within US markets but in Global markets as well. 

Gujarati Samaj of Montgomery
3211 Mobile Highway 
Montgomery, AL 36108
Tel: (334) 538-1213 
Gujarati Samaj of Montgomery is organization of Gujarati people living in central Alabama. Their objects is to encourage and support the education, civic and patriotic activity and endeavors and the social and fraternal activities of natives of India, and their descendants, now residing in the United States.

Huntsville India Association
PO Box 6861
Huntsville, AL 35813
Huntsville India Association is a 33 year old nonprofit, non-partisan, non-sectarian, and secular organization, which represents the Asian Indian community in North Alabama. One of the most important objectives of the organization is to educate Huntsville and North Alabama communities about India, which is the world's largest democracy. The organization undertakes charitable, educational, scientific, and cultural programs.

Japan America Society of Alabama
500 Beacon Parkway West
Birmingham, AL 35209
Tel: (205) 943-4730
Fax: (205) 943-4760
The Japan America Society of Alabama's (JASA) mission is to foster long-lasting social and commercial ties between Japanese citizens and Alabama residents. JASA also offers an educational program ("Japan Trunk") to Alabama elementary schools, using videos, music, and books to increase awareness of Japanese culture.




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