May 2021

The Asian Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Our board member, Ms. Fay Linn Lee, shares how we can commemorate, celebrate and raise awareness of Asian cultures during the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. [Read More]
The U.S. Census Bureau recently released data on the Asian population at a national level. Let’s take a closer look at the statistics.
In celebration of The Chamber’s birthday month in June and our Asian heritage, we will be launching the Asian Restaurant Month, starting Memorial Day weekend through July 4th. This program aims to create an awareness of the Asian culture through Asian inspired cuisine that will be highlighted by the participating food establishments.
Many of us are using and have come across these household brand names in our daily5 lives. Do you know that these were founded by Asian Americans? Read on to view the list.
Read about how Ms. Jungmin Kang from Round Rock Texas found epic success in her Snoop Slime business.
The Mandarin Executive Business Program Class 2021 wrapped up the 10-week program with 6 groups presenting their final presentations to a panel of judges on April 10.
The Chamber launched the Supplier Diversity Academy on April 16, 2021. The 4-week program is held on a virtual platform.
On April 17, the Texas Federation of Asian American Chambers of Commerce (TFAACC) hosted a virtual meet and greet with our Texas legislators to discuss issues that affect the Asian business community.
GAP Engineering was spotlighted in Houston Chronicle for helping bring clean water to Ghana, which has been struggling with a water crisis for years.
View the ACC’s Calendar of Upcoming Events and sign up to attend our exciting events and programs now.
Applications for the Rising 10 Awards are NOW OPEN! Deadline for submission is May 15. The Awards highlight young and successful companies in Houston.