Louisiana


Asian Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (ACCL)
700 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Tel: (504) 415-4905

cyndinguyen1970@gmail.com
acclno.org
The Asian Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (ACCL) strives to increase Asian business friendly legislation in all levels of government and assist our members to run the business most effectively. We facilitate economic ties between Asian and non-Asian businesses while promoting our members’ businesses to the general public.


Academy of Chinese Studies in New Orleans
Newcomb Hall, Tulane University, Uptown Campus
New Orleans, LA 70118

nolachineseschool@gmail.com
www.neworleanschineseschool.com
The Academy of Chinese Studies was established in 1977 and is the largest Chinese school in New Orleans.  It has different classes of all levels with a total of about 150 students. In addition to the Chinese language courses, there are various fun enrichment electives to choose from.


Chinese Language School of Baton Rouge
8725 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
principal@csbrla.org
www.csbrla.org
The Chinese Language School of Baton Rouge (CLSBR) was established in 1996. It is a non-profit organization initiated by the Chinese Friendship Association of Baton Rouge. Our mission is to offer an opportunity to learn Chinese language and experience Chinese culture at Baton Rouge of Louisiana for those who are interested in them. CLSBR follows the two-semester academic calendar with 16 sessions each semester arranged on weekends. CLSBR is managed by its Administration Committee, a group of selected volunteers who are committed to serve the community.


India Association of New Orleans
4417 Folse Drive
Kenner, LA 70006
Tel: (504) 723-4777

info@ianola.com
www.facebook.com/ianolouisiana
It is the mission of India Association of New Orleans - IANO to promote opportunities and a positive environment to Louisiana's diverse Indian community to fulfill its needs and aspirations for social and cultural interaction; and to help raise understanding and awareness of Indian traditions, culture and heritage within our diverse Louisiana community.


Louisiana Asian Pacific American Bar Association
650 Poydras Street, Suite 2810
New Orleans, LA 70130
Tel: (504) 568-9393 
cbruneau@csa-lawfirm.com 
www.facebook.com/pages/LAPABA-Louisiana-Asian-Pacific-American-Bar-Association 
Their mission is to represent and advocate the interests of Asian Pacific American lawyers, the legal profession and Asian Pacific American communities in Louisiana, to encourage, promote and broaden the professional growth of Asian Pacific American lawyers, law students and other members of the legal profession, to broaden professional opportunities for and provide fellowship opportunities among Asian Pacific American lawyers, other members of the legal profession, and law students.


Louisiana Himalaya Association
P.O Box 19826
New Orleans, LA 70179

lha.neworleans@gmail.com
www.lhainfo.org
The Louisiana Himalaya Association (LHA) is a social work organization dedicated to improving th elives of Tibetan refugees, and to making ancient Tibetan wisdom traditions available to the world. LHA is completely volunteer-staffed and all resources and work hours are donated by their Board of Directors and other members of the LHA team. 


Louisiana Karate Association
706C Phosphor Avenue
Metairie, LA 70005

Tel: (504) 835-6825
Fax: (504) 835-6825

info@lkakarate.com
www.lkakarate.com
The Louisiana Karate Association (LKA) is the oldest karate club in the south, and is the headquarters of the Japan Karate Association American Federation (JKA/AF). It was established in 1965 and has as its chief instructor, Takayuki Mikami, 9th degree black belt.


New Orleans Filipino American Lions Club 
3606 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115 
filamlions@aol.com
www.e-clubhouse.org
The New Orleans Filipino American Lions Club is the only Asian Lions club in Louisiana. They have a strong tradition of international service, with projects there in New Orleans, in the Philippines, Thailand, Burma and beyond.


Philippine American Association of NE Louisiana
3109 Monteigne Cir
Monroe, LA 71201
noyke@aol.com
www.facebook.com/paanel 
Their mission is to promote goodwill and camaraderie among members and their families, to help deserving students through the scholarship program, to uphold individual rights of members and other deserving individuals, and to help our countrymen, both here and abroad, during calamities and/or disasters.


Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association of New Orleans
13235 Chef Menteur Hwy, Suite A
New Orleans, LA 70129
Tel: (504) 253-6000
Fax: (504) 754-7762
contact@vayla-no.org
vayla-no.org

VAYLA is a progressive multi-racial community-based organization in New Orleans that empowers youth and families through supportive services and organizing for cultural enrichment and positive social change. Young community leaders founded VAYLA in 2006 as a means to reach out to the larger community to create a voice and organize to address the needs in the local community. Committed to youth development, community empowerment, higher education, and cultural awareness, VAYLA is composed of young leaders, high school and college students that want to engage and empower others educationally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.


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