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Welcome to Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute (CSCCI): Your link to Chinese culture in the Pikes Peak Region. Join us for the 17th Annual CSCCI Chinese New Year Festival Celebration - Year of the Dog 2018! The Pikes Peak Region offers a surprising number of opportunities to connect with Chinese culture.
The Golden Lotus Foundation™ celebrates the beauty and diversity of Asian Culture. As a group we ensure that this culture will be shared with future generations in the Colorado Springs area.
Our programs and events invite our neighbors to immerse themselves in Asian culture. Through cultural enrichment, we honor diversity while also building bridges of understanding and appreciation between people of different cultures. In this way we hope to contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious global community.
Established in 2011, the Golden Lotus Foundation™ is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Colorado Springs whose mission is to celebrate Asian tradition and inspire passion for Asian heritage through community resources and education programs, and to expand support for Asian culture projects.
For over 20 years, the Colorado Springs Chinese Language School has offered a variety of programs to the Colorado Springs community. Our mission has been and always will be to provide an environment for people of all backgrounds and ages to explore, discover, and experience Chinese language and culture through a variety of classes and programs.
These classes and programs range anywhere from individualized instruction to classroom settings, from children to adults, from beginner to expert. There is literally something for everyone at the Colorado Springs Chinese Language School.
Nonprofit Organization in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Mānava is a core symbol and has multiple meanings in the Polynesian, Micronesian, and Melanesian languages. In Tahitian, it has the deepest meaning of hospitality and sharing with others. Hawaiian, it means heart and passion. In Samoan and Tongan, it means to breathe. Without breath, there is no life. We share the breath of life. In Chuukese, it means life. We carry on the hospitality, passion and life of Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia.