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CCACC was established on November 6, 1982 by five people with a vision. The founders are Ned Li, Chian-Li Jen, Samuel Peng, Su-Min Chou, and Chih-Hsiang Li.
Our original name was Capital Chinese Americans Community Center (CCACC). The name was changed to Chinese Culture and Community Service Center, Inc. in 1983.
During the first ten years of its existence, CCACC has focused on providing facilities for the Chinese community and has been gradually expanding its social and educational programs and activities. During the next ten years, we have grown to an organization of over 1,000 members, with over 30 clubs and programs. CCACC has firmly established itself as a social services organization, and we are constantly looking for ways to better serve the community.