Mission and Vision

The Sino-American Culture and Arts Foundation, Inc.(SACAF), a subsidiary organization of Sino-American Friendship Association, is an independent, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization foundation to support cultural diversity and awareness in the United States. SACAF’s mission is to work and establish a bridge to increase friendship between the two cultures and promote cultural activities and educational workshops with Chinese and American communities especially low income communities. Our programs and events will foster, promote and advance greater knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture. SACAF has an impressive track record of bringing U.S and Chinese cultural interests together for large scale events.  more  Read More...

 

Events

SACAF has an impressive track record of bringing U.S. and Chinese cultural interests together for large scale events.

Upcoming Events:

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Past Events:

Dec. 31, 2013: The eastern culture of China’s Shandong Province met the western culture of new year's eve celebration as the Sino-American Friendship Association (SAFA) co-hosted the opening ceremony of 2014 Time Square New Year's Eve Countdown Celebration and presented Confucianism and Shandong Culture on Dec. 31st, 2013. > > Read more...


Sep. 13, 2013: The 5th annual An Evening of Chinese Culture hit Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets baseball team, on the evening of a game against the Miami Marlins on September 13, 2013. An Evening of Chinese Culture was sponsored by the Sino-American Friendship Association and the Sino-American Culture and Arts Foundation, Cimagine Media Group.> > Read more...


Jun. 27, 2013: To promote Beijing Tourism, especially the 72-hour Visa Free Transit Policy, Beijing Tourism Office held the first promotional event “Kongfu Panda in Beijing” at New York Grand Central on June 26. This was Beijing’s first time of organizing a tourism-themed street performance in the open area of New York City’s busiest site.> > Read more...


Jun. 13, 2013: China National Tourism Administration(CNTA) organized tourism officials and industry representatives from provinces and cities along the beautiful Yangtze River such as Tibet, Qinghai, Chongqing, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, etc. to come to New York City with Yangtze River tourism enterprises to introduce the Magical Journey of the Yangtze River to North America.> > Read more...


Jun. 5, 2013: The much-anticipated third annual Avalon Invest Caribbean Now 2013 Forum, held here on June 5, with representatives from the Chinese government and the Chinese-American business community as well as investment companies. All had come courting a very receptive audience composed of dozens of Caribbean tourism ministers, private-sector partners and government policy makers. > > Read more...


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