Southeast Asian Coalition, Charlotte, NC. 2.3K likes. Increasing community empowerment in the growing Southeast Asian American community of the Carolinas.
Increasing civic engagement and community empowerment in the growing Southeast Asian American community of the Carolinas.
The Southeast Asian Coalition exists reinforce and uphold integrity, empowerment, inclusion, tradition leadership and critical consciousness at the grassroots level.
Sep 16, 2016 ... The third annual Southeast Asian Coalition Street Food Festival is Saturday, Sept . 17 at the Midwood International & Cultural Center. This is a high-energy festival with food, music and dance. Uncle Le and Auntie Huong serve up Vietnamese coffee. The Southeast Asian Coalition (SEAC) “exists to reinforce ...
firstname.lastname@example.org. 6932 N. Tryon St Charlotte, NC Phone: 704-509-6099 (Next to South 21 JR's). 200 Scaleybark Rd Charlotte, NC Phone: 704-527-9433 (1 Block Off South Blvd). 10715-B Park Road Extension Pineville, NC 28210. Phone: 704-542-8731. Hours of Operation Tues-Fri 8:00am – 5:30pm. Sat. 9: 00am ...
The Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce exists to foster cooperation and interaction within the Asian communities and between the community at large in Charlotte and the Carolinas for the betterment of commerce , culture and communication.
1714 South Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28203. 704-370-2729. Mon-Thu 11am-11pm, ... You'll have a menu full of world famous Asian sea food dishes, Cajun-Asian sushi choices, delicious rice and noodle sides and fun combinations of gumbo and Asian stir-fry plates. You'll love their finger-licking seafood and hands on ...
Hi, I am thinking about moving to North Carolina(Charlotte Area) to take up a new job. I am thinking of Mooresville,NC because of the schools(I have.
Carolina Asia Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the first pan-Asia National Resource Center in the southeastern United States. ... interaction within the Asian communities and between the community at large in Charlotte and the Carolinas for the betterment of commerce, culture and communication.