The All America Chinese Youth Federation is made up of Chinese-American communities from around the world and is officially registered in California. At the same time, it was approved by the Federal Government and approved as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The mission of the federation is to connect Chinese community in the US to strengthen their interactions through organizing and participating in networking, academic, and charitable activities, actively communicating with communities of various ethnic backgrounds.
Since its establishment in 2002, the federation has organized many public activities that had great social impact every year, and each activity has received positive feedback from the public. Through various activities, a group of young intellectuals have gathered and formed close working relationships and have established many well-known associations at home and abroad.
Currently, the federation hosts annual Chinese Lunar New Year and the Mid-Autumn Festival Galas and selects winners based on outstanding overall Chinese Youth, and organizes Chinese-American youth to participate in the Chinese Culture Summer or Winter Camps.
In recent years, many art schools and performance groups from the United States and China have conducted cultural and artistic exchanges, performances, and training workshops. The federation has also successfully held many large-scale international art events, such as the Los Angeles Mousai Youth Arts Festival and the China Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra performances.
As mentioned, the federation are creating The Muses Institute project. In the future, it will further strengthen exchanges with various cultures, and organize various types of arts, international chorus festivals, masterpieces for composition, film and television performances, and dance training. For the artists and art lovers around the world, the federation provides a platform for them to learn, succeed, and have fun. The federation sincerely welcomes you to study and explore opportunities in the United States, and work together to promote culture exchange through the arts.