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Asian-American Professional Women Club
Congratulations to our new Asian-American Professional Women¡¯s Club founded, August 8, 2017

  • To bring together professional Asian-American women (heads of organizations, CEOs, leaders of NGOs, etc.) with various skills and talents; those of Asian-descent and/or those interested in Asian culture that would like to help the club succeed are also invited.
  • To develop further outlets for utilizing talent and formulate a longer-term plan of diversification to achieve both personal and professional goals.

  • Missions:
  • Positively influence the lives of members, and help resolve social issues women face in\the United States.
  • Provide members with more opportunities for professional education programs and student internships.
  • Create a greater awareness regarding Asian heritage, including traditions, cultures, food, art, and music.
  • Foster diversity through awareness and the building of friendships.
  • Fundraising events to support the local community, and to support the leadership award program for Asian women.
  • Promote Asian culture and heritage to younger generations, helping ensure its core values are alive and understood.
  • The club exists under MAACA and as such follows the rules for non-profit organizations under Section 501(c)(3).

  • Welcome to joining our AAPWC. Please email Bindu CheeDella at

    MAACA Outreach Programs
    MAACA¡¯s Outreach Programs are essential to its mission, promoting cultural awareness/socialization, developing common interests, and bringing famous Asian attractions to the Kansas City area. MAACA and its partners give presentations, make speeches, and present cultural performances for businesses, non-profits, government agencies, schools, radio, television, and more.

    MAACA¡¯s footprint extends throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area and beyond. The Outreach Programs serve as the primary communication channel between MAACA and the general public, coordinating cultural enrichment programs and examining participation likelihoods for proposed events.

    MAACA is involved in numerous cultural events and has become a long-term partner of various businesses and organizations. Its primary objectives include:
    • promoting cultural awareness, developing mutual understanding, and enhancing collaborative efforts with local communities, businesses, organizations, and government agencies.
    • building trust and relationships among people with diverse cultural backgrounds.
    • showcasing the rich cultures of Asian countries, generating interest for the Asian Cultural Festival, and encouraging involvement with local communities.
    For further information or to coordinate outreach programs, please contact the Outreach Director, Tingting Qin, at

    2017 Asian Cultural Festival Highlights

    2017 Asian Cultural Festival Pictures

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    Outstanding Students Award more photos

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    MAACA Announcement - Mid-America Asian Culture Association Youth (MAACAY)
    Congratulation Mid-America Asian Culture Association Youth (MAACAY) founded In January 1, 2017.

    The mission of the Youth group of MAACA:
    The Youth Club of MAACA was created to inspire and empower local youths in our communities. We are a group of youth leaders who will come together and offer new thinking and creative ways to implement our ideas. This new youth group will focus on being good role models as we strive to impact world issues and bring positive awareness of the contributions of our generation.

    MAACAY group will contribute:
  • Help to support MACCA¡¯s mission to bring positive awareness of the contributions and rich heritage of our Asian communities utilizing creative communication tools/methods/social media
  • Promote our diverse Asian cultures through active involvement in the annual MAACA cultural festival and other MAACA events
  • Offer new thoughts and concepts in promoting a clean environment and healthier living
  • Offer new thoughts and concepts in supporting MACCA¡¯s Foundation outreach program focused on improving the lives of those that are disadvantaged in the world and by participating in various community services
  • Offer new thoughts and concepts to increase additional youth engagement
  • Take active leadership roles within the MAACA organization

  • If you interesting to joining us, please fill in the form here and send back to

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    Today¡¯s Asian immigrant community in the United States is diverse: Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese immigrants are the top six nationalities of Asian immigrants and account for 85 percent of the total Asian immigrant population. These immigrants have contributed greatly to the overall growth of the U.S. Asian population. Since 2008, Asian immigrants have represented approximately 40 percent of the U.S. foreign-born population compared to 27 percent in 2005. The U.S. Asian population is also majority-foreign born: 66 percent of Asian Americans were born in another country, compared with only 37 percent of Latinos.

    MAACA Foundation - Asian Outstanding Student Award (click to see details)
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