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News 12 Briefing of our 4th Annual Mid-Autumn Festival at Jennings Beach


News 12 Briefing of our 3rd Annual Lunar New Year Gala at Roger Ludlowe Middle School

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Please click the video to watch a briefing of our 3rd Annual Mid-Autumn festival Reported by CT News 12

Please click the video to watch a briefing of our 2nd Annual Mid-Autumn festival

2nd Mid-Autumn Festival 2017

9/9, 2017, Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT



Chinese Lunar New Year Gala 2017

January 28, 2017, Campus Center Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT



Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 Spectacle

October 1, 2016, Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT



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Sept.9, 2017

CAHAI 2nd Mid-Autumn Festival 2017

Fairfield, Connecticut

 CAHAI Announce that "2nd Mid-Autumn Culture and Food Festival"  was held  on 9/9/2017 successfully at Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT between 2 PM and 6 PM. there were shows, Moon Cake, Chinese LITTLE food, Kid activities. There are around 800 attendees come to celebrate this event. and 12 Chinese Non-Profit organization supported this event . Fairfield first Selectman Michael C. Tetreau,Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst, Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Peter Ganim,The President of CAST-CT, Guoyun Yu,The president of SAPA-CT, Steven Yu,The President of OCAFC, Steven Chin ,The president of CAPA-CT XouSong wang, CT state Senator Tony Hwong came on stage to congratulate to the community.

News 12 Connecticut and media came to report this event

May 30, 2017

CAHAI celebrate APAHM Heritage Month

Fairfield, Connecticut

CAHAI has posted a banner on townhall green at Farifield to Celebrate  the "Asian Pacific American Heritage Month".


in 1990, Predent George H.W. Bush signed a bill passed by Congress to extend Asian American Heritage week to a month; May was officially designated as Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month two years later. On May 1, 2009, President Obama issued a presidential proclamation which recalls the challeges faced by Asian Americans and pacific islanders and celebrates their great and significant contributions to our society. on April 28, 2017, President Donald J. Trump proclaims May 2017 as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

May 10, 2016

The American Chinese Heritage Association becomes a non-profit organization with Section 501(c)(3) Status

Fairfield, Connecticut

The Americcan Chinese Heritage Association ( Doing business as "CAHAI" or "The Chinese American Heritage Association Inc") has received approval letter from IRS state.

Auguest 6, 2017

CAHAI 2nd Mid-Autumn Festival Press Release

Fairfield, Connecticut


The Press Release for Mid-Autumn Festival on 9/9, 2017 at Jennings Beach, Fairfield.

The American Chinese Heritage Association Inc, ( is excited to celebrate with the Fairfield community with the 2st Annual Mid-Autumn Culture Festival on Saturday, September 9 from 2PM – 6PM on Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT

Did you know that the Chinese Princess Chang Er flew to the moon thousands of years before Neil Armstrong completed his famous moon landing on July 20, 1969? To this day, instead of a man in the moon, the Chinese look up at the night sky and see Princess Chang Er, or “the Goddess of the Moon” with her rabbit companion. In the lunar calendar, the 15th day of the 8th month marks the time of year when the moon is at its roundest and brightest. For thousands of years, this day has been celebrated in Chinese culture around the world as the Mid-Autumn Festival! Also known as the Moon Festival, it is a time to of celebration with friends and family over delicious food and festive activities.

CAHAI invites you and your family to join the festivities!

Try your hand at making the traditional moon cake and taste a wide variety of other delicious festival snacks. Learn more about the legend of Princess Chang Er through fun crafts and activities for all ages. Enjoy cultural performances including traditional Chinese fan dancing, martial arts demonstrations, and calligraphy. Come out and show your support as the Fairfield Chinese community headlines the festival with a talent show!

CAHAI Incorporated was formed in 2016 and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) to hold the Mid-Autumn Culture Festival in order to promote an appreciation and awareness of Chinese culture.

Pre-registration is welcome and free Admission. there will be food, snacks, water sold on events to help cover festival costs. For further information, e-mail, or visit Please follow us on Facebook on and Twitter on @cahaiusa to stay updated.

Learn more about the CAHAI Lunar New Year Gala 2017 by watching the video below!
Learn more about the Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 by watching the video below!
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