State Representative, Tackey Chan, QARI's founding board member, became the first Asian American House Chairman on Monday. In the late 90's, Rep. Chan saw the needs of providing more community services and support for the growing populations of immigrants and minorities in Quincy and the South Shore areas. In 2001, he founded Quincy Asian Resources Inc. (QARI) to help assist immigrants and minorities to gain social and economic stabilities and more participate in the community.
Quincy Asian Resources Inc. was pleased to join the celebration at the MA State House for the continued growth of business and cultural ties between Hong Kong and Massachusetts as well as the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Administration Region.
The Germantown Neighborhood Center Food Pantry has been providing low-income households in the City of Quincy with fresh and non-perishable foods since April 2006. With the growing Asian and Chinese populations, Quincy Asian Resources Inc. is collaborating with the Center to provide cultural and linguistic support to the Asian and Chinese customers during the Food Pantry operation hours on every Wednesday from 8:30am to 10am. This is a pilot collaboration and is missioned to increase Asian and Chinese customers' satisfaction. Please feel free to contact us, email@example.com or 617-472-2200, if your organization is also seeing the needs of increasing cultural and linguistic support for the Asian and Chinese populations.
Quincy Asian Resources Inc. is pleased to support our Development Manager, Angela Chan, to be enrolled into 2017 AFP Diversity Fellowship Program. You can find more information about AFP and the fellowship program on the website. http://www.afpmass.org/diversity_fellows
Please feel free to contact Quincy Asian Resources if you have any questions or concerns of the MBTA Wollaston station improvements project. QARI Contact Information: 1-617-472-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.