Asian Cultural Council
亞洲文化協會旨在透過向亞洲及美國之藝術家、學者﹐以至藝術及文化界專才, 團體及教育機構頒發獎助金，資助其於亞洲各國及美國進行之研究，考察及創作， 藉以支持及促進各地之文化交流。
The Asian Cultural Council (ACC) supports transformative cultural exchange by awarding grants to artists, scholars, and arts and humanities professionals, as well as organizations and educational institutions from the United States and Asia for research, study, and creative work in the United States and Asia and within the countries of Asia. history Since our establishment in 1963 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd, the ACC has awarded approximately 6000 grants to arts institutions and arts professionals — many who have become leaders and pioneers in their field. Headquartered in New York City, ACC maintains offices in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Manila and Taipei. acc hong kong In 1986, ACC Hong Kong was established with support from local funding partners and has played a key role in the development of the arts and cultural leadership in China. With over 500 ACC fellowships awarded to individuals and institutions in the arts of Hong Kong and other cities in China, many of these ACC alumni are influential catalysts in their local communities. We have also engaged and expanded partnerships with local organizations and institutions to build networks for international dialogue and arts advocacy. We work together with the ACC Hong Kong Friends' Committee which is currently led by Chairman Mr. Hans Michael Jebsen, Vice Chairmen Lady Ivy Wu and Ms. Marissa Fung Shaw, and Honorary Chairman Mr. Kenneth H.C. Fung. our specialized approach We implement custom-tailored educational programs based on the goals and aspirations of the arts professionals and institutions we support. Our experienced program staff provides personalized guidance, resources and contacts in the U.S. and Asia that are inaccessible to most visitors.