Community and NonProfit Organization

Asian American Broadcasting
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The Asian American Broadcasting (AAB) is a certified non-profit 501(c)(3) community effort organization, dedicated to sharing the stories that impact our communities.
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The Asian American Broadcasting(AAB) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community effort organization, dedicated to inspire, educate, share and empower the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI or Asians) community in broadcasting and media, especially creating educational, informational, innovative, diverse programs and events (like the Miss Teen and Miss Asia World Competition), including topics and stories relating:

* Veterans and individual in public services
* Cultures, communities and events
* Intellectual and social development of
children and the young generation
* Enrich the Asian generation through media
* Create and share the diverse Asian food
* and many more…

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Asian Chamber of Texas
Address: Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce
1402 Corinth Street, Suite 1070, Dallas, TX 75215
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The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC) was founded in 1986. Our mission is to advocate for our members and the Asian American business community while assisting with the economic development of North Texas. In 2020, The GDAACC will be known as the Asian Chamber of Texas (ACT).
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Dallas offers a wide range of benefits, including its diverse culture and access to Texas’s most influential people, groups, and companies. With over 1,200 members including 20+ ethnic groups, GDAACC is dedicated to the growth and representation of Asian American businesses in North Texas.

At GDACCC, we are dedicated to providing our members with the tools and opportunities needed for the growth and development of their businesses. Our 3 strategic focus areas are to:

CONNECT – introduce individuals and businesses to each other for increased opportunities, locally and globally.
EDUCATE – expand our business knowledge, specifically in the realm of high innovation.
EMPOWER – empower and inspire our members and community to be more involved in business development and civic engagement.

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Dallas Asian American Youth Orchestra (DAAYO)
Address: 420 Maplelawn Dr.
Plano, TX 75075
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Since its inception in 1998, DAAYO’s mission as a nonprofit has been to develop youths of high musical ability and outstanding character through a musically advanced, professionally run youth orchestra which delights and serves the North Texas community. Our orchestra features a distinctive Asian flair to its repertoire, and is comprised of youths from all cultural backgrounds.
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How we accomplish our mission

Weekly rehearsals with dynamic and award-winning conductors
Sectional coaching with professional musicians/instrumentalists
Community based concerts throughout the DFW area
Collaboration with other arts groups, professional soloists
Opportunities for students to perform as soloists through winning concerto competitions
A warm and collaborative environment focused on development and learning
International Performance Trips to create memories for a lifetime

Results of our mission

Recognition by the Texas Commission on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts
Many of our students are some of the best middle school and high school musicians in the area, including All-Region, All-Area, and All-State students
Our students gain a lifetime appreciation of classical music regardless of whether they decide to pursue this as a career!

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(808) 232-9450
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Japanese America Society of DFW
Address: 500 North Central Expressway, Suite 201
Plano, TX 75074
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The Japan-America Society of Dallas was founded in 1970 to promote friendship and understanding between Japanese and Americans in Dallas. The organization changed its name in 1995 to affirm its commitment to serve the entire Dallas/Fort Worth area.
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The Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth furthers mutual understanding and ongoing engagement between Japanese and Americans. We provide quality programs in arts and culture, education, business, public policy, and international exchange, and create opportunities for friendship and meaningful interaction.

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Legacy Preparatory Charter Academy
Address: Legacy Preparatory Plano Campus
601 Accent Drive, Plano, TX 75075
Phone: 469-998-0213

Legacy Preparatory Mesquite Campus
2727 Military Parkway, Mesquite, TX 75149
Phone: 469-998-0213
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Legacy Preparatory Charter Academy will develop innovative citizens ready to serve and transform our global society.
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The mission of Legacy Preparatory Charter Academy is to prepare all scholars to become college and career ready by promoting individual ownership of the learning process through development of intellectual and emotional independence, while instilling the values needed to become successful leaders in the 21st century.

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(469) 759-7529
Miss Teen and Miss Asia World Competition
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The Miss Teen and Miss Asia World organizations’ purposes are to nurture, promote, and advance young Asian American women as they pursue their education and careers, preserve their culture, to embrace their imagination, curiosity, and creativity, representing the next generation of strong female scientists, doctors, lawyers, leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators, in their respective chosen field and also, be recognized as the “Crowning Cultural Champions” within the community.
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Culturally diverse competition, such as Miss Teen and Miss Asia World, is a “CULTURAL” institution endowing a young woman of Asian descent to represent an entire Asian nation by displaying her cultural beliefs, ideologies, and ethnic customs. Cultural education is vital to a candidate’s success in life, as is her formal education, which is the acquisition of knowledge, skills and habits. Miss Teen and Miss Asia World is a platform for showcasing the vibrant Asian American culture, which encompasses the cultural differences that exist between people in America. Asian Americans are diverse in their customs, history, language, dress and traditions.
Miss Teen and Miss Asia World Competition has been dedicated to creating opportunities, cultural awareness, scholarships, and academic program trainings, through Asia World Academy with focus on the “Four Pillars – Cultural Awareness / Intellectual Career Potential / Leadership Essential Traits / Self-Awareness” and STEM-based from successful entrepreneurs, CEOs, executives, and business owners, for Asian American women of Asian descent (having origins in any of the Asian ethnic categories of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, but not limited to, China, Philippines, India, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, Thailand, Laotian, Cambodia, Hmong, Indonesia, Sri Lankan, Bangladesh, Burma and other Asians). Past candidates and winners have led successful careers in major industries, are forward thinking leaders that advocate for humanitarian issues, affecting positive change throughout the world with their charitable and community services endeavors.
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