Culture defines who we are, whether it’s national culture, regional culture or family culture, we are largely defined by the culture we come from.
Cultural Society is very aware of its importance. On this initiative, Culture & Heritage, we address culture interpersonally, nationally and internationally. At Cultural Society, many of our key members are Chinese-Americans. Not only do we have the unique approach but also the expertise in the area of culture and will give you the first-hand experience from our background. We embrace our unique identity and are willing to share our experience as we journey on to the discovery of learning more about culture together — alongside you and with you!
Please browse through our course offering. If you need any more information about any of the courses, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Note: Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, almost all of our classes are virtual and will be meeting over zoom.
If you are interested in exploring Chinese culture, these courses are for you! Whether you want to learn how to make dumplings or you’re interested in Chinese Cinema, you should consider these courses.
Currently, we offer the following courses: Chinese cuisine, Chinese calligraphy (for adults or children), Chinese Cinema, and Tai Chi. We are always open to expanding our courses, so if you are want to take a course about a topic we don’t offer yet, feel free to contact us and tell us you’re interested!
These courses are for children and students who want to learn how to speak, read, and write in Chinese. Mandarin Chinese is the 2nd most spoken language in the world, and becoming fluent in it is a lifelong skill.
Research shows that learning a second language at a young age has a wide array of benefits, including better problem-solving skills and enhanced academic achievement.
We offer a wide range of classes for different skill levels, ranging from a beginner class for elementary-aged children to an AP level course for high-school students.
We currently offer two courses under this category: New Asian Americans Program and Asian American Connections.
The New Asian Americans Program is geared towards recent immigrants who want a class that will help them adjust to American Culture.
The Asian American Connections is a professional leadership course with emphasis on mentorship, skills building, and networking. This course is intended for career-orientated individuals.