The Asian Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) is an organization and a place. The organization has brought together Asian American Minnesotans from many cultures in a single purpose: to create a place that will become a vibrant cultural resource for all the state’s citizens.

Recent Updates to our web site!
bullet Pianist, Hee Ah Lee, performing on Oct. 19.
bullet Find out about APCC's history.
bullet See pictures of the future site building and layout.
bullet Click here to see our letters of support.
bullet Read about us In The News.
bullet See our support and funding.
bullet More to come soon.

Click Here to View Our
Capital Campaign Video
(7 Min)

Minnesota’s new Asian Pacific Cultural Center has been many years in the making—thousands, in fact. Our diverse cultures began millennia ago. But here, in this modern time and place, we have come together to create a new cultural center that celebrates both our ancient origins and our contemporary lives. The Asian Pacific Cultural Center will bring organizations and cultures together to create synergy, a cooperative spirit, and collaborative efforts that will result in new ideas, increased opportunities, and a stronger community. When it is completed, it will be the largest Pan-Asian cultural center in the United States, in both size and scope.

Vivid colors and thrilling sounds, exquisite scents and tastes, language classes and martial arts, theater, film, music, and dance—with all this and more, the Asian Pacific Cultural Center will serve as a vibrant focal point for the cultural activities of Minnesota’s Asian Pacific communities. Regardless of ethnicity, individuals of every age will enjoy culture, arts and education at the Center. And everyone will be welcome.


John Doan, Campaign Co-Chair

Jodie Tanaka, Campaign Co-Chair

Bao Vang, Campaign Co-Chair

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