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Review for Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

The Chinese Cultural and Arts Institute (CCAI) serves an important role in helping individuals throughout Central Pennsylvania to learn about Chinese culture through dance, art, and language lessons. There is simply no other similar organization here that does this work. My children have had wonderful experiences through their participation in programs through CCAI.

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Review for Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

The Chinese Cultural and Arts Center of Harrisburg is a wonderful resource for central Pennsylvania. Its students have allowed residents of the area to get a true experience of the arts of China through their performances in music, dance, painting, and drama. Harrisburg is lucky to have CCAI.

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Review for Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My family has been involved with the Chinese Cultural and Arts Institute (CCAI) for many years and currently I have my daughter taking classes offered by the institute.

CCAI provides an extremely high level of quality and dedication in teaching the traditional arts of China. But perhaps, most importantly, the institute has always shown a great willingness to share this with the greater Harrisburg community, regardless of whether it is a local scout troop working on a multi-cultural badge or performing at the annual fundraiser for the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra or marching in the region’s annual holiday parade. Whenever CCAI receives a request from the community to perform at an event, it gladly complies. The students have been a fixture at the area’s annual Martin Luther King celebration as well as at regional arts programs.

CCAI has high expectations for its students and demands a level of quality and professionalism that is not always available in other programs – challenging its students to be the best they can be.

As part of its mission to share the best of the traditional arts of China with the greater community, CCAI has hosted a Spring Celebration, bringing in performers from Asian communities across the U.S., as well as from abroad. These performances have sparked a much higher understanding of world culture among people in the local community.

For these and many other reasons, I offer my strongest endorsement for the Chinese Cultural and Arts Institute .

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Try to find ways to better publicize its offerings to a wider audience.

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