Friends of TRFCC

Organization of Chinese Americans – Pittsburgh Chapter
Founded in 1973 as the Organization of Chinese Americans, OCA aims to embrace the hopes and aspirations of nearly 12 million Asian Pacific Americans across the country. Headquarter in Washington D. C., OCA has over 80 chapters and affiliates across the country participating in community involvement and developing the leadership potential and skills of the next generation.
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The Pittsburgh Chinese Academy (PCA)
The Pittsburgh Chinese Academy (PCA) is a private school providing superior instruction in mandarin Chinese language and customs using Pin-Yin (phonetic writing system) and simplified characters for children in grades K-12 and adults. The PCA school program is rigorous in it’s pursuit of excellence and dedicated to producing students who are fully bilingual in both verbal and written skill by grade 8. The PCA also strives to encourage students to cherish Chinese culture and heritage, foster and enhance friendship among Chinese-American community, and contribute to the mutual understanding and appreciation of Chinese and other cultures.

School Schedule (August – May):
Chinese Language: Sunday from 2 pm – 4 pm
Chinese Dance: Sunday from 4 pm – 5 pm

Please contact:
Ms Tonyan Li
Phone: 724.969.0190


Become a Home Stay Family — Holy Family International College Preparatory Program
Promote cultural awareness in your home — become a Home Stay Family for an international high school student! The Holy Family International College Preparatory Program is seeking families in Pittsburgh-area communities to host international students in their home.
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American Homestay Service
American Homestay Service is an education management group who focus on providing comprehensive services to students, host family, school, and parents. AHS is registered in Pittsburgh, PA, and also have offices in Beijing, and Nanjing, China. AHS manages a national network of host families for Chinese students attending private high schools in the United States.
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Win-Win Kung Fu Cultural Center
Founded in October 2009, the Win-Win Kung Fu Cultural Center strives to promote authentic Chinese martial arts in the United States. China trained masters are the main teaching force in the center to offer traditional Kung Fu, contemporary Wushu and Tai Chi classes to students of all ages. Since its grand opening two years ago, over 100 local practitioners have been trained in the North Hills studio. Meanwhile, masters of the center have undertaken all the kung fu classes and Tai Chi classes at local Chinese schools.
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