Earlier we have talked about the growing interests in Asian culture and community here at the United States. As a college town, Iowa City has gathered a lot of international students and the interaction between the West and the East is also requiring more and more student organizations to focus on this cross-culture environment.
I honestly did not know that this magazine existed until today. It’s created and basically run by international Chinese students at the University of Iowa.
Asian American Coalition aims at building a stronger Asian American community both on and off campus.
Chinese in Iowa City is a service organization which helps Chinese students in Iowa City to better adjust to their study and life in Iowa City.
I think this is a great organization that helps local residences and students to better understand the traditional and unique Chinese painting.
Indian Student Alliance represents more than 850 students, faculty, staff and community members. The organization also welcomes people from all over the world with a shared interest in Indian culture.
Japanese Culture Association hosts various Japanese/Asian-culture-related activities such as Karaoke night, Sushi making night and other events to assist local students with an interest in Japanese culture.
I think this is such an interesting and meaningful organization which is trying to put an end to the human rights crisis in North Korea. They also have a very legitimate website as well.
I personally always neglect Malaysia as a part of the Asian community and this organization has a really great angle and aspect of representing this Asian community.
Vietnamese community is actually one of the fastest-growing Asian community in Iowa City and there’re also a great number of Vietnamese students at the university.