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Preserving San Diego’s Chinese History

CCBA Today

Our Organization

CCBA has a Board of Directors made up of men and women with diverse backgrounds from a variety of occupations/industries. The historic CCBA building provides a place where the Chinese Senior Citizen’s Center can meet and have luncheons.

 

CCBA Senior Gardens Apartments

In 1999, the CCBA completed the adjacent Senior Garden Apartments.  The facility provides affordable housing for qualifying seniors regardless of race. The Community Room of the Senior Garden has become the site for many CCBA activities. Click here for more information


The Community Room Is A Great Place For…

• Luncheons

• Membership Meetings

• Reunions

• Traditional Chinese Celebrations

• Chinese Movies

• Cultural Performances

• Classes

• Lectures

 

San Diego Lucky Lion Dancers
The Lucky Lion Dancers are sponsored by the CCBA and are an integral part of the Chinese celebrations and traditions. Our team is the oldest lion dance group in the greater-San Diego area with performances contracted throughout the year. Our team is volunteer-based and have performed for many venues including: weddings, small business events, corporate events, and other special engagements, such as, the Superbowl Pregame show, both Disneyland California and California Adventure parks, and theatrical background work. The busiest season for our team is during the Chinese (lunar) New Year. More information about our team can be found at: https://www.luckyliondancers.net/

 

Annual San Diego Chinese New Year Fair
The fair was originally developed by the Chinese Social Service Center, which later changed its name to the San Diego Chinese Center (SDCC). The leadership of the annual fair has now transitioned to the CCBA and takes place in the old Chinatown of San Diego, now known as the Asian Thematic District. More information on the annual fair can be found at: https://sdcny.org

 

A Community Liason
CCBA joins other local organizations in welcoming visiting dignitaries, holding New Year banquets, a Dragon Boat Festival, and special occasions of significance to the Chinese community. It also sells cemetery plots and every Spring observes Chinese Memorial Day (Ching Ming).

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A 501(c)(3) non-profit, public benefit organization