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Cultural & Information Centers, Foreign in New York

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:43 PM EST with 10 listings
Cultural & Information Centers, Foreign in New York

African-American Institute

The Africa-America Institute administers short and long-term graduate education and professional training programs.
380 Lexington Ave., Murray Hill NY 10168 Tel 212-949-5666
Fax: 212-682-6174; Website: aaionline.org

Asia Society

Dedicated to fostering understanding and communication between the American people and the peoples of Asia and the Pacific
725 Park Ave., Lenox Hill NY 10021 at 70th St., Box Office 212-517-2742
Customer Services: 212-288-6400; Fax: 212-517-8315
E-mail: info@asiasociety.org; Website: asiasociety.org

Boohi Line, The

The Buddhist Information Line.
Tel 212-677-9354
Subscriber Info: 212-715-6883

Center for Buddhist Studies

Amsterdam Ave., Tel 212-854-6977
Website: columbia.edu

China Institute

China Institute in America is a nonprofit, non-partisan educational and cultural institution that promotes the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of traditional and contemporary Chinese civilization, culture and heritage.
125 E. 65th St., Lenox Hill NY 10021 Tel 212-744-8181
Fax: 212-628-4159; E-mail: info@chinainstitute.org
Website: chinainstitute.org

Korea Society

950 Third Ave., Midtown NY 10022 Tel 212-759-7525
Fax: 212-759-7530

Ny Shambhala Center

The New York Shambhala Center is a practice and study center established in accordance with the vision of Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche.
118 W. 22nd St., Flatiron District NY Tel 212-675-6544
Fax: 212-633-8486; E-mail: nysc@compuserve.com
Website: shambhala.org

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

515 Lenox Ave., Harlem NY 10037 Tel 212-862-4000
Website: nypl.org

Tibet House

Tibet House is dedicated to the proposition that the wisdom and arts of all human civilizations vitally enrich the emerging global culture.
22 W. 15th St., Flatiron District NY 10011 Tel 212-807-0563
Fax: 212-807-0565; E-mail: gandan@mindspring.com
Website: tibethouse.org

Ukrainian Institute of America

Founded in 1948 by William Dzus for the purpose of promoting Ukrainian art, culture, music & literature, today's membership stands over 400 & this jewel of the Ukrainian community continues its cultural mission.
2 E. 79th St., Upper East Side NY 10021 At 5th Ave., Tel 212-288-8660
Fax: 212-288-2918; E-mail: ukrinst@sprintmail.com
Website: brama.com