We host exciting events throughout the year that highlights our unique cultures. We welcome partnership with other organization. Please contact for more details.

"Portraits of Immigrant Voices"

The Portraits of Immigrant Voices is available to purchase at

AASoCV’s book project, “Portraits of Immigrant Voices”, has opened the doors to the highest office in the land, The White House, for our organization.  On September 30, 2022, AASoCV’s Chair, Julie Laghi and her husband Franco along with Vice Chair Drew Armada, presented the book to Erika Moritsugu, Deputy Assistant to President Joe Biden, and to Hari Chon, AA and NHPI Policy Advisor at the Office of the Chief of Staff of The White House.  We, and our 19 member Asian communities in Central VA, are all proud of this accomplishment.



Update on Flood and Earthquake victims

We are excited to partnership with other organization help during crisis to our motherland countries.


Asian American Celebration (AAC) - Since 1998, we have hosted the Asian American Celebration to celebrate the Asian Pacific Islander month in May. We partner with local and national organization to showcase traditional dance, musical performances, delicious arrays of Asian cuisines, family-friendly activities, art competition, iron chef, and many give-away prizes.


The Legislative Day - Meet and greet with Commonwealth legislators and community leaders to receive updates on new  policies and their impacts to our communities.


The Clinic - We partnered with Huguenot Road Baptist Church to provide free healthcare services, haircuts, vision screening, massages, household items, hot meals, toys, books, and many more.

Richmond Night Market - RNM highlights creativity, commerce, and community by bringing local artists, crafters, delicious cuisines and many more in one of the historic RVA spots.

Winter Social – A night of celebration in mid-December with our Board of Trustees, community, and government leaders to reflect on what we have done for the year and look forward to making more positive impact in the coming year.

Cooking as a Second Language – Our community members sharing their cultures and traditions through cooking authentic dishes hosted by Hostel International RVA.

Appreciation Picnic - Dedicated for our tireless volunteers who helped us during the Asian American Celebration.

Cultural Awareness - Participated at local schools’ cultural day or presenting our  unique cultures at large corporations.

Business Development - We support Asian American business owners by networking with government officials and strengthening relationship with other local organizations.