Celebrating the vibrancy, the influence, the innovation and the tradition of Asian culture in Charlotte. Discover ways to honor Asian culture, made up of diverse ethnicities, beliefs, practices and languages. Celebrate through annual festivities, traditional dance, authentic dishes and more. Explore more of the people, places and events that are waiting to welcome you to Charlotte.
This is the largest South Asian mental health therapist and counselling community in the world. Their directory has hundreds of South Asian therapists, including Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan, Afghani and Nepali heritage. Here you can find culturally competent South Asian mental health professionals to help you get the support you’re looking for.
ASA (Asian Student Association) of UNC Charlotte strives to promote an understanding and respect for the diverse Asian culture. ASA's purpose is to bring the many voices of Asians together within our college and community. We also strive to improve our awareness and appreciate the wide variety of political, social, academic, cultural, and artistic interests of the Asian society. As the ASA of UNC Charlotte grows, we hope to strengthen the unity in the organization and the community surrounding the organization.
The purpose of SASA is to expand the potential of the organization through its vast membership, to increase the awareness and collaboration of South Asians and to preserve and express the rich cultural heritage of South Asia. As an organization, we aim to unite South Asians and those from other races by learning from diversity.
Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) is a non-profit, non-political student organization. Our goal is to provide a social platform to connect all Chinese students and scholars at UNC Charlotte as well as introducing Chinese culture to the whole university society. We hold many events around the year, many of which are closely related to our Chinese culture and the everyday life of us students. We also have connection to the Chinese Embassy so that we are able to provide some service and advice to the Chinese international students.
Namaste! This group is primarily for students of UNCC, who are from India, of Indian origin, or interested in anything related to India, its culture or getting to know anyone from India. Our objective is to maximize the potential of the organization through its vast membership to foster a sense of community within the Indian student body and with the campus at large. Our aim is to provide an opportunity to Indian students to interact and share the joy of our rich Indian culture and heritage and to unite the students of all backgrounds whose common interest lies in Indian history and culture.
The Pi Chapter of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at UNC Charlotte is the first Asian-Interest (but not Asian-exclusive) sorority on campus. Chartered on April 15th, 2012, our chapter aims to inspire and uplift women into leaders of the future. We also aim to improve our community through service, leadership, and Everlasting Sisterhood. Our chapter also strives to advocate for our chapter philanthropy of human trafficking awareness and our national philanthropy of osteoporosis awareness.
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Incorporated was first founded on March 9th, 1995 at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York by our seven founding mothers: Elizabeth Choi, Karen Eng, Rei Hirasawa, Hee Cho Moon, Chae Yoo, Samantha Somchanhmavong, and Connie Yang. These inspirational sisters joined together to create an Asian-interest - NOT an Asian-exclusive - sorority that would inspire young women to take pride in their heritage, give back to those in need, and become successful and powerful leaders.
Delta Sigma Iota Fraternity, Inc. prides itself on being a multicultural fraternity based in South Asian Culture. Delta Sigma Iota continues to promote the unity of all people and strives to provide educational, charitable, and sociable events.