The South-East Asia Center (SEAC) is a community-based, educational and social service organization building bridges of understanding and cooperation between peoples of Old and New World cultures. South East Asia Center's mission is to build bridges of understanding and co-operation amongst all Asian people as well as between peoples of Eastern and Western upbringing. SEAC's more than 30 staff and over 100 volunteers provide cultural, emotional, and educational aid and social services to over 8,000 of the needy each year.
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