DCCC 2021 Youth Drawing Competition

Welcome all K to 12 Students Participants

Dallas Chinese Community Center will host our annual Youth Drawing Competition to encourage students to use their imagination and express themselves through the Arts.

We will have 5 groups based on school grades: A) Kindergarten and 1st Grade; B) 2nd and 3rd Grade; C) 4th & 5th Grade; D) 6th to 8th Grade; E) 9th to 12th Grade.

Due to Covid-19, we won’t have this as a live event like prior years; this year’s competition will be a different format.

Registration and Art Work Submission:

  • You will register online and turn in your artwork to DCCC.
  • Complete the google form – Online Registration Form Link
  • Registration ends on February 16 (Tuesday) at 11:59pm CST.
  • Registration fee: $10
    • Please turn in your registration payment when you drop off your artwork.
    • Check is preferred; make check payable to DCCC.
    • You can pay with $10 cash; no change will be made to avoid transmission.
  • Completed artwork needs to be turned into DCCC between February 22nd to March 1st February 18th to 22nd between 11 am to 4 pm. (DCCC requires face covering and temperature check before entering.)  DCCC is not open on Sunday, February 28th. Please turn in your registration payment with your artwork. 
  • Artwork submitted after March 1st the 22nd will not be accepted for the competition. 
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InspirAsian on July 27 at UTD

7/25/19 InspirAsian Information Update

To check in for the event, make sure to bring your Eventbrite ticket (printed or mobile).  We’ll scan your QR code to check you in and give you an event wristband.  Check-in begins at 12:00pm.  Auditorium doors open at 12:30pm.  The first four rows of the SSA Auditorium are reserved for VIP Pass holders only.  Seating is first come, first served for Main Stage events and Workshops.  

Detailed information about the schedule:  InspirAsian Schedule

Please review the schedule before you come so you can choose which main stage events and/or workshops you want to attend.  You will be able to purchase snacks and water from the DCCC Concession Stand (cash only) and Wong Fu Official Merchandise from the Wong Fu Official Merchandise table (credit card only).   

Detailed information about UTD Campus and Parking:  UTD Campus and Parking Information

Remember to print the parking pass and place it on your car’s dashboard.  Park only in the specified lots to avoid a parking ticket.  

See you Saturday! 


When: 1:00-5:45pm on July 27, 2019 for General Admission, 1:00-7:00pm on July 27, 2019 for VIP Pass holders
Doors open at 12:30pm. Seating is first come, first served for main stage events and workshops!
Where: Student Services Building Addition (SSA) at the University of Texas at Dallas (800 Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080)

Purchase tickets here
Facebook Event Information

UTD Parking Map: Park in only Lot J or PS4 in the orange, gold, or green spaces
UTD Parking Pass: Print and put on car’s dash board

Schedule for Main Stage (as of July 21, subject to change)

1:00-1:15             Christine Su Music
1:30-1:40             Partner & Sponsor Recognition
1:45-2:15             Inga Lam
2:25-2:55             Steven Lim
3:05-3:20             Simu Liu
3:30-4:10             Wong Fu Productions
4:20-4:50             Ludi Lin
5:00-5:45             Moderated Q&A
6:00-7:00             Meet & Greet (only for VIP Pass holders)

Schedule for Workshops (as of July 21, subject to change)
All workshops will be on the 4th floor of SSA

SSA 14.244
1:15-2:15             Thomas Yu                    Chinese Calligraphy
2:45-3:30             Christine Su Music        Performance & Song Writing

SSA 14.245
1:45-3:15             Samson Hong     Urban Dance/Choreography

SSA 14.265
1:15-2:15             Daniel Choi         Breakdancing
2:30-3:30             Daniel Choi         Breakdancing

Lung Cancer Seminar – June 1 10:30am

Date & Time: 6/1/19, Saturday, 10:30 am
Location: Dallas Chinese Community Center, 400 N Greenville Ave #12, Richardson, TX 75081

Lung cancer accounts for more deaths than any other cancer in both men and women. The symptoms of lung cancer are not obvious and are easily overlooked. Come and join us for an informative session on Lung Cancer. Dr. Jackie Buck with American Lung Association will introduce the topic of Lung Cancer, including risk factor, symptoms, staging, treatments, newest treatments, and prevention. Welcome to join us!

Lung Cancer Seminar Poster

Job Ready Courses Summer 2019

Dallas Chinese Community Center is offering free series courses focusing on Job Readiness during Summer 2019. The courses hosted by the Dallas Chinese Community Center are sponsored by the Orchid Giving Circle. We encourage everyone to sign up for a variety of courses to enhance your workplace competitiveness. If you are interested, please complete the registration form and contact DCCC 972-480-0311 with any questions.
Email: info@dallasccc.org Website: www.dallasccc.org
Job Ready Registration Form Summer 2019

ESL Classes Summer 2019

Pronunciation correction and conversation class
Dallas Chinese Community Center will hold a new English “Pronunciation correction and conversation” class starts on 5/7/19 3-5 pm. (Tuesday). Once a week, 8 weeks a session. The class will teach by experienced ESL teacher. Welcome all level to come join the class. Registration fee $10, not including books.
Students will learn and practice:
• A selection of Idioms (Idiomatic expressions), phrasal Verbs.
• Tips on pronunciation of Standard American-style such as: Tricky vowel and consonant sounds, syllable stress and intonation, linking words, consonant to vowel, pronunciation of regular verbs in the past.
• Participate in oral presentations, role plays, and conversation.

Beginner to intermediate ESL class
Also, we have open enrollment for our current beginner to intermediate ESL class. Class will start on 5/8/19 3-5 pm (Wednesday). Twice a week (Wednesday, Thursday 3-5 pm), 8 weeks a session. Welcome beginner to intermediate level students to come join the class. Registration fee $10, not including books.
Students will learn and practice:
• Basic greeting and phrases.
• Conveying ideas in writing.
• Listening activity.
• Practicing lifelong learning skills.
• Reading with understanding.
• Seeking feedback and revising accordingly.
• Attending to oral communication.