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Our Mission

  • Promoting Chinese culture through events, newsletters and community services
  • Supporting Chinese language classes in local school systems
  • Establishing resources for the study of Chinese language, history and culture
  • Providing scholarships to needy Chinese students and emergency assistance to the community as needed
  • Participating in Asian culture events through other community groups

    Sacramento Chinese Culture Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation established in 1986 to promote Chinese culture and support activities related to the promotion of Chinese culture.
    A board of directors is elected every 2 years to carry out its activities. Membership is open to all. Download SCCF membership application here
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  • SCCF annual membership meeting
  • Feb. 23, 2014 (Sunday), 5:30 to 7:30pm at Rice Bowl Seafood Restaurant
  • Our agenda includes entertainment, scholarship awards, door prizes and a sumptuous 9-course dinner.
  • -- Download poster here
  • SCCF presented: Asian Performing Arts Festival
  • Nov. 10, 2013 (Saturday), 2:00 to 5:00pm at Crest Theater
  • -- Read more about this event from World Journal.com
  • SCCF Free Seminar: Chinese Medicianal Food Therapy and Basic Qi Gong Fitness
  • Aug. 31, 2013 (Saturday), 2:00 to 4:00pm
  • -- Event presentation slide is here
  • SCCF 2013 Scholarship Award Ceremony with Wells Fargo
  • June. 8, 2013 (Saturday), 2:00 to 4:00pm
  • at Wells Fargo Building Lobby, 400 Capitol Mall
  • -- Read more about this event from World Journal.com
  • -- Event video on youtube
  • SCCF Free Seminar: The Key to Optimal Health
  • May. 18, 2013 (Sunday), 3:00 to 5:00pm
  • The Sacramento Chinese Culture Foundation sponsored this lecture by Dr. James Chen in Naturopathic Medicine. at Sacramento County Sheriffs Department Central Division/Florin Station Read more about this event from World Journal.com

  • Sacramento Chinese Culture Foundation Event Calendar

    Upcomming Events

    Wells Fargo Foundation Scholarship Award


    Date and Time: June 8 2014,


    13-day Hong Kong Summer Camp for Chinese Speaking Students in 2014, July 12-25

    The Sacramento Chinese Culture Foundation proudly presents this special Summer Camp program with HKFYG (Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups) to all area Chinese schools, local public and private high schools and universities. Your students, age 14-25, are invited to apply and participate in this once-in-a-life-time opportunity to: 1) camp overseas in Hong Kong, 2) learn Wudang Kungfu & traditional culture from the real Masters from China, and 3) with $500 scholarship to cover tuition, room & board, and minor expenses.
    We invite your school's participation by selecting your interested students to be among ONLY FIVE students selected from the United States. There will be 100 students from various countries and cities to attend this special Summer Camp. The Application Deadline is March 13, 2014. A 4-person Committee will select the 5 students. Attached please find the detail description of the program in English and Chinese. We would love to have one or more of your students to gain this rare and worthwhile learning experience.
    We are looking forward to working with you and your school on making this a successful project so we can earn more spaces in the future years for our U.S. students. Please do not hesitate to contact John Wong at (916)-743-4125 for more information or requirements.
    Please review Wudang - Cover Letter to school
    Wudang Factsheet in Chinese
    Wudang Factsheet in English
    Application form in Microsoft Word Format
    The selection committee met last weekend and selected seven students for this special 'HK-Wudang Martial Arts & Culture Summer Camp', each will receive a scholarship of $500 from SCCF.
    The students are:
    Victor WEI (Folsom High School)
    Jacky LAI (J.F. Kennedy High School)
    Ethan TANG (Holmes Jr. High School)
    Rich MO (Mira Loma High School)
    Brook ZHAN (Folsom High School)
    Jesse ZHANG (Vista Del Lago High School)
    Nicholas HUANG (University of California at Riverside)

    Congratulations!

    SCCF Annual Asian Performing Arts Festival


    Date and Time: Dec 2014,

    Detail To Be Announced soon