We are very happy to now be offering basic computer classes for Vietnamese seniors. These classes are on Monday mornings from 9:30-10:30 and are taught in Vietnamese. Students who sign up for these classes learn about computer basics from how to properly turn off and on a computer to how to set up and use an email account. The Asian Community and Cultural Center would like to thank the office of Representative Jeff Fortenberrry for the donation of three computers which in part make this program possible.
For additional information contact the Asian Center at 402-477-3446 and ask for Linh.
The Asian Center provides health assistance to clients who are low income and have no kind of health insurance to be able to access health care services and have a medical home. If you do not have insurance or a regular doctor, please call Linh at 402-477-3446 for more information.
Domestic Violence Cultural Liaison
There is no excuse for abuse. If someone you love is experiencing violence, or if you have questions you would like to answers to, help is available at the Asian Community and Cultural Center.
Get in contact with their Domestic Violence Cultural Liaison and have a conversation with someone who understands the unique experiences of Asian Women experiencing violence.
More information about the Asian Center Keepers of the Flame project, please call Linh at 402-477-3446.
To its practitioners world wide, Tai Chi Chuan (also spelled as taijiquan) is enjoyed as a martial art, a form of exercise, and a meditative activity. The movements, while rooted in self-defense actions, are performed very slowly, softly and gracefully. The Asian Center Tai Chi group welcomes all people regardless of prior experience and physical condition. To join our group just call Gary Yuen at (402) 431-2353. More information