Asian American Business Council

Houston, TX 77036
Tel: (713) 574-6901
Asian American Business Council, Inc. (AABC) is a group of local commercial property owners, developers, bankers and business owners in Houston with the goals to improve the safety and coordinate the existing security; beautify the area; & to promote SW Chinatown/ New Chinatown to attract more businesses opportunities.

Asian Chamber of Commerce
6833 W Sam Houston Parkway S #206
Houston, TX 77072
Tel: (713) 782-7222
Fax: (281) 832-7712


The Chamber has the dual purpose of promoting trade between Houston and Asia and to foster economic development in the Houston area Asian-American communities. Their activities and services include sponsoring seminars related to Asia and the Asian American community; providing networking opportunities and participating in trade shows and missions; and developing business leads for members.

Asian American Cultural Center
11713 Jollyville Road
Austin, Texas 78759, USA
Tel: (512)-336-5069
Fax: (512)-336-5075
The mission of the Asian American Cultural Center is to provide the facilities, expertise and unique space for the sharing of culture between the East and the West in the American Experience.

Asian American Contractors Association of Texas
The organizations serves to provide educational and training opportunities, NCTRCA Certification workshops, networking events, and other workshops for Asian American Contractors.

Asian American Family Services
9440 Bellaire Blvd, Suite 228
Houston, Texas 77036
Tel: (713)-600-9400
Fax: (713)-600-9440
The Asian American Family Services (AAFS), established in 1994  as the Asian American Family Counseling Center, is the only community-based, non-profit agency of its kind in the Southwestern United States.  AAFS is dedicated to serving the mental health and social service needs of the diverse multi-ethnic Asian American community in Texas by providing bilingual and culturally appropriate  mental health counseling and family support services. Today AAFS conducts myriad interventions and prevention-oriented programs for more than 2,000 families annually.

Asian American Journalists Association Texas Chapter
The Asian American Journalists Association was founded in 1981 by a group of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) journalists who wanted to connect and support AAPIs in an industry where there were few. AAJA supports working journalists and encourages AAPI students to join the field through scholarships, professional stipends, workshops, networking opportunities, job listings and other professional programs. 

Asian American Resource Center
5885 Sovereign Drive
Houston, TX 77036
Tel: (713) 271-6100 x105
Fax: (713) 271-3713
CCC is a multi-ethnic service agency established in Houston in 1979. CCC's mission is to bridge East and West by enriching families with educational, cultural, and social service programs. The Center serves the very young through the Child Development Program; youth through after-school tutorials, Summer Camp, and Chinese Language School; and adults through the Adult Education Program that includes ESL, GED, job training and computer classes. Seniors are assisted through Community Service, the Adult Day Program, and the employment program. It also has financial literacy and family literacy workshops and seminars.

Asian American Health Coalition
7001 Corporate Dr., SUITE 120
Houston, TX 77036
Tel: (713)773-0803 ext. 105
The Asian American Health Coalition (AAHC) of the Greater Houston Area is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of all Asian Americans in Houston by increasing access to health care and through population-specific health promotion and health education projects.

Asian American Contractors Association of Texas
The organizations serves to provide educational and training opportunities, NCTRCA Certification workshops, networking events, and other workshops for Asian American Contractors.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Association
6250 Westpark, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77057
Tel: (713) 784-1112
Fax: (713) 669-8320
APAHA strive to be inclusive of all Asian Pacific Island groups in the greater Houston area. It provide leadership in planning, coordinating, and publicizing activities and event celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Promoting cross-cultural awareness, education and appreciation between and among Asian/Pacific Islander groups and other racial/ethnic groups are major objectives of APAHA. 

Bangladesh Associationof  North Texas

1820 Valley View Lane, 
Irving, TX 75061
Tel: (
972) 697 3020


Bangladesh Association of North Texas (BANT) was formed in Dallas, Texas during 1987. Since its inception, BANT has been promoting Bangladeshi culture, brotherhood and extending helping hands among the North Texas community

Burmese American Association of Texas
P.O. Box 3359
Sugar Land, Tx 77487

Tel: 713-339-3688
email: baat.hou@gmail.com
The Burmese American Association of Texas is a non-partisan, cultural and social organization. They work to educate the wider Texas community about the beauty of all things Burmese.

Bangladesh American Society of Greater Houston 
1029 Hwy 6 N, Suite 650-215
Houston, TX 77079
President: (281) 827-7980, President@basgh.us 
General Secretary: (281)948-4016, Secretary@basgh.us
Communication and Public Relations: (281)684-4914, rob@uhcl.edu
Event Coordinator: (281)827-7980, iahmed@hotmail.com

Their purpose is to provide for the intellectual, cultural, physical, social, spiritual, and civic welfare to people of Bangladeshi origin; to promote understanding, goodwill, and appreciation of cultures of Bangladesh among all persons regardless of color, creed, race, religion, and national origin; to promote Bengali-American relations; to promote cultural exchange with other groups, organizations, or institutions interested in Bengali culture; to facilitate activities of other professional, student, or any other group of Bangladeshis.

Chinese Civic Center

5905 Sovereign Dr.,
Houston TX 77036
Tel : 713-772-1133
email: aipingzhou@yahoo.com

The Chinese Civic Center is a non-profit organization providing facilities and services to community.

Chinese Culture Center of Houston 

10303 Westoffice Drive.
Houston, TX 77042

The Houston Chinese Culture Center provides educational and cultural services to the Chinese and Taiwanese communities. 

Chinese Community Center    

9800 Town Park, Houston, Texas 77036
Tel: 713-271-6100
Fax: 713-271-3713
email: info@ccchouston.org

The Chinese Community Center is a multi-ethnic organization serving all Houstonians. Their mission is to "bridge East and West by enriching families with educational, cultural, and social service programs."

Dallas Chinese Community Center
00 N Greenville Ave #12
Richardson • TX 75081
email: info@dallasccc.org

Their mission of the Dallas Chinese Community Center is to promote Chinese culture and to foster diversity through educational, cultural and recreational programs and activities that enrich the lives of immigrants and broad American society.

Dance of Asian America

9889 Bellaire Blvd. C-335
Houston, TX 77036
Tel: 832-630-5048
Fax: 832-202-0176
Dance of Asian America (DAA) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the rich cultural heritage of China through authentic and contemporary Chinese dance. DAA also provides local dancers with professional dance training in various dance styles and performance opportunities developing them into versatile dancers. DAA reaches over 30,000 people a year through educational programs and cultural performances.

Families with Children from China in North Texas

General Questions:  info@fccnt.org
Membership membership@fccnt.org
Families with Children from China - North Texas (FCC-NT) is a nondenominational, non-profit organization for prospective, waiting and adoptive families who have adopted, are waiting to adopt or are interested in adopting children from China.

Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce

8001 Centre Park Drive, Suite 160
Austin, TX 78754
Tel: (512) 407-8240
Their mission is to promote Asian American Community as a catalyst for local and global economic growth through advocacy, connections and education.

Greater Dallas Asian Chamber of Commerce
7610 N. Stemmons Freeway. Suite#690
Dallas, TX 75247
Tel: (972) 241-8250
The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1986 with the mission to “Advocate for its members and the Asian American business community while assisting with the economic development of North Texas.” Dallas offers a wide range of benefits, including its diverse culture and access to Texas’s most influential people, groups, and companies.

Greater Houston Chinese Business Alliance
10303 West Office Drive Box 197
Houston, Texas 77042
Tel: (281) 455-5940
Fax: (281) 575-6690
The Alliance was founded in 1986 by a group of successful business professionals to facilitate leadership training, enhance business cooperation and improve the Asian American business environment. Among other services, the Alliance publishes a membership directory and monthly newsletter and provides guidance to new members.

Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce
11171 Harry Hines Blvd. Suite 115,
Dallas, TX 75229
The Greater Dallas American Chamber of commerce seeks to develop leaders, promote community awareness, and develop business opportunities for its members.

Houston Asian Junior Chamber of Commerce
HAJCC was founded in 1986 by a group of successful business professionals. They sought to establish an organization that would: facilitate leadership training, enhance business cooperation, and improve the Asian American Business Environment 

Houston Viet Info Network
Houston Viet Info Network was formed to increase the network of contacts among the local Houston Vietnamese. Its purpose is to share information that revolves around Vietnamese Culture and other events of interest such as student scholarships, internships, job opportunities, charitable events, festivals, and more

Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth
P.O. Box 833531
Richardson, TX 75083
Tel: (214) 440-2483
The mission of the Japan-America Society of Dallas-Fort Worth is to contribute to mutual understanding between the United States and Japan by providing a forum for dialogue between Japanese and American businesses and professionals.

Malaysian Singaporean Association of Houston
The Malaysian Singaporean Association of Houston (or MSAH for short) is a non-profit organization in the Greater Houston area.

NAAAP Houston Chapter
P.O. Box 540601
Houston, TX 77254-0601


NAAAP's mission is to promote the personal and professional development of the Asian American Community. 

Network of Asian American Organizations 
3432 Greystone Drive
Suite 202
Austin, Texas 78731
Tel: (512)-407-8240 (Ext: 302)
Established in 1996 and officially incorporated as a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, the Network of Asian American Organizations (NAAO) is the leading service and information network that unites and promotes the Asian American community through educational, cultural, social, and business.

National Meditation Center for World Peace
Rt 10 Box 2523
Jacksonville, TX 75706
Tel: (903) 589-5706
The center promotes youth and cultural advocacy and was the first agency in East Texas to promote Asian and Pacific islander culture and aid to Asian orphanages. 

North Texas Asian American Cultural Association
The Asian American Cultural Association was formed in 1986 as a means to create and maintain a spirit of understanding and alliance amongst all Asian American Communities in the Dallas Fort Worth Area. In 2006 our organization's name was modified to North Texas Asian American Cultural Association.        

Texas China Care
UT China Care
1 University Station A6220
SOC# 451
Austin, TX 78712


An independent, student run club at The University of Texas at Austin, dedicated to funding lifesaving surgeries for medically fragile Chinese orphans. 

Texas Performing Chinese Arts Association

Elite Cultural Center(ECC)
902 st. Paul Dr. Richardson, TX 75080
Tel & Fax: (214) 575-9888
Tel: 972-818-68888
Website: www.pandausa.org 
E-mail: naeyo2001@yahoo.com (or) wongelite@hotmail.com

The Texas performing Chinese Arts Association  (TPCAA) is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization. Their mission is to unite young performing artists from across the United States to become goodwill ambassadors, using concerts as a vehicle for the promotion of our shared musical heritage.

 Taiwanese American Citizen's League (Houston Chapter)

5885 Points West, Ste. 111
Houston, TX 77036
Tel: (713) 271-5885
The Houston Chapter of Taiwanese American Citizen's League was formed in 1998. Its purpose is to build an understanding of Taiwanese American heritage and to encourage pride of the Taiwanese American community and to fight for equal rights amongst Americans.

Tarrant County Asian American Chamber of Commerce
711 Houston Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Tel: (817) 212-2690
Fax: (817) 212-2697
A coalition of various Asian subcultures, bound by their common interests in promoting greater business opportunities and addressing common needs of the total Asian community.

Thai Commerce Association
1316 Village Creek Drive, #500
Plano, TX 75093
Tel: (972) 267-0532
Fax: (972) 267-2532
The Thai Commerce Association is dedicated to business and personal growth within the Thai and American community, and to advocate the advancement of Thai Americans within both professional and business communities.

The Bangladesh Association, Houston
The Bangladesh Center
1620 Bay Area Blvd. #1710
Houston, TX 77058
Bangladesh Association, Houston (BAH) was established in 1978 to cherish, promote and share the ideals and rich cultural heritage of Bangladesh. It was the natural progression of the Bangladesh Student Association at the University of Houston. BAH and its members work diligently to keep the ideals vigilant among all of us, young and old! BAH also helps establish forums for the welfare of the community by exchanging ideas between the members and the people in and around our community. It is not only an event based organization, but also a support based organization that takes an active role in assisting people and the community when needed.  Over the years BAH organized cultural events and commemorative functions, as well as fund raising activities to help victims of natural disaster in Bangladesh and in Houston. 

Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of North Texas
445 East Walnut, Suite 107
Richardson, Texas 75081
Tel: 817.701.2120
The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of North Texas (VACCONT) was created to develop, to protect the businesses of its members and to promote economic growth of Vietnamese American business communities. The Chamber provides the resources to assist its members and others to maximize their business performance through virtual information, training, networking and advocacy.

Vietnamese Culture and Science Association
P.O. Box 741301,
Houston, TX 77274
VCSA is a non-profit Vietnamese American Organization founded in 1990. The VCSA main goal is promoting harmony and cooperation amongst Vietnamese Americans, especially in the culture and Science fields, providing a multi-faceted environment where young Vietnamese American professionals can exchange ideas, share skills and participate in the building of a strong Vietnamese community overseas.

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