2017 Asian Cultural Festival Sponsors

Upcoming 2017 Asian Cultural Festival


Vending Information

If you are interested in vending 2017 Asian Cultural Festival,
please click here to download the Vendor Form
and email it back to board@maacaweb.org.

Booth fee can be paid through PayPal.
We accept credit card for donations (booth fee).
Please click following "Donate" button to start.

    Advanced Ticket Sales

By online with 40% discount and pick up at front door

2017 Asian Photography Competition
Open to all artists age 14 and over. All works must be original and completed no earlier than 2014.
Two categories: *Landscape (Asian-themed, color or black & white) or *Portrait (Asian-themed, color or black & white)
Entry fee is $5.00 for each entry
Click here to see full competition rules.

To start, please pay your entry fee through PayPal first.
pphoto contest entry fee
Complete the entry form and send email to: MaacaFoundation@maacaweb.org with your photo(s) before April 9, 2017.

2016 Asian Country Outstanding Student

Previous Asian Cultural Festival Video

2016 Asian Cultural Festival Video


2015 Asian Cultural Festival Video

2016 Asian Cultural Festival Highlights

2016 Asian Cultural Festival Pictures
Photo by Hai Jun Wei, Steve Boyda, Steve Thompson

Cultural Performance more photos

Partner Countries more photos

Booth Vendors more photos

Martial Art Demonstration more photos

Outstanding Students Award

Photo Competition Award

Happy Audiences more photos

Volunteers more photos

Media Coverage

MAACA Announcement - Mid-America Asain Culture Association Youth (MAACAY)
Congratulation Mid-America Asain 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 board@maacaweb.org.

    MAACA 1st Annual Golf Tournament

     Purpose - why we are hosting this event and what are the expectations
    1) To promote cultural awareness, socialization, and develop common interests among all members and potential members
    2) Adding the golf tournament to MAACA's series of activities will continue the expansion and appreciation of cultural diversity. With the strong support and collaboration between all who love and support our multi-ethnic community.
    3) MAACA focuses on building better relationships between the Kansas City metropolitan area and Asian Cultures. The addition of this golf tournament can help establish yet another annual event to help pull together not only the Asian cultures and communities but those who are interested in learning about MAACA and building business and personal relationships to better understand the Asian Cultures and building a stronger unified community.


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    Growing Asian-American community could influence U.S. elections --- Voice of America
         Kane Farabaugh, May 06, 2016
    FORT WAYNE, INDIANA - The expanding number of Asian-American voters in the United States doesn¡¯t necessarily translate into political clout in U.S. elections, even though Asian-Americans represent the fastest-growing immigrant population in the United States. Read more

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         Company Name: Centralized Showing Service
    Title of job: Customer Service Representative - Including Bilingual in Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish languages.
    Part time and Full-time positions available
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    USCIS Proposes Amendments to High-Skilled Visa Regulations for Permanent and Temporary Workers
    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is amending regulations related to certain employment-based high-skilled permanent (EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3) and temporary (H-1B) visa programs. The proposed amendments codify provisions of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000 (AC21), the American Competitiveness and Workforce Improvement Act of 1998 (ACWIA), and related guidance documents. Many of these changes are aimed at improving the ability of U.S. employers seeking to sponsor or retain workers on visas, such as allowing extensions of immigration status. This proposal would also codify worker portability, or the ability of visa holders to seek promotions or change employers. USCIS seeks feedback from small businesses sponsoring the employment of these visa holders regarding potential increased turnover costs (or employee replacement costs) and paperwork costs of this rulemaking.
    Comments are due to USCIS by February 29, 2016.
    Read and Comment to the Proposed Rule on Regulations.gov.
    Rule Summary on USCIS Website.
    Advocacy Contact: Janis Reyes or call 202-205-6533.

    USCIS: Fliers on Executive Actions on Immigration in Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese
         New fliers on President Obama's executive actions on immigration are now available in Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese. The three fliers explain briefly: 1) the importance of avoiding scams and not submitting requests until the new initiatives are available. 2) Eligibility requirements for the expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). Read more , Please check: http://www.uscis.gov/executive-actions-immigration/executive-actions-immigration-resources

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    Community Stories
    MAACA Volunteer Story:
         Li Xing Story
    My volunteer work with MAACA has greatly contributed to growth my financial career. Being in MAACA is a way for me to stay connected to the culture in an environment that stresses innovation, support and collaboration. MACCA is full of so many smart, creative, driven folks who are constantly doing interesting things. It consistently renews my energy and interest in Asian Culture.
    Through my association with MAACA, I have made great contacts with people, gained a different view into my work, formed a relationship with each family, and developed important professional skills." This experience has made me appreciate all the hard work involved in running the nonprofit Organization ¨CMAACA. I've been more proud of the Asian Festival day which was authorized by local government. Asian Festival day shows that MAACA and its Volunteer group truly care about their community and are willing to invest both time and money to help make a difference.

    Asian Immigrant Community
    Over the past decade, more immigrants have come to the United States from Asia than from any other region in the world, making Asians the fastest growing immigrant population in the United States. These immigrants bring their diverse cultures, language skills, and different economic and demographic traits from various Asian countries and the Indian subcontinent.
    Demographics of the Asian immigrant population
    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.