Welcome to CAFAM
The Chinese & American Friendship Association of Maine (CAFAM) provides forums and outreach to promote awareness of and appreciation for Chinese culture. We promote friendship between non-Chinese Americans, Chinese-Americans, and Chinese people, whether from the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, or elsewhere. Learn more
A Message from CAFAM
Hello to our Maine communities:
We hope you are all safe and well. Along with everyone, we have been following the news closely, staying at home, and taking this pandemic a day at a time. We’ve also been trying to help our neighbors and are overwhelmed by the dedication of our local essential workers in healthcare, first responders, grocery workers, educators, and everyone keeping us safe and healthy.
As a volunteer organization, we have not been able to maintain our usual activity level in recent weeks, but please know we are still here as a resource and will respond to any inquiries. We will be back soon with event planning for 2020-21 and as always, trying our best to bring our cultural communities together! Now more than ever, we have been reflecting on what is wonderful about Maine, and the cultural connections that will continue to help us thrive.
Jennifer DeCristoforo – CAFAM President
Meilin Brodeur – CAFAM Vice President
Dear CAFAM Members, We are excited to be co-hosting the online viewing of this remarkable film by a Chinese artist. You can view it online by going to the ticketing link listed below, and you can also join in the live discussion with the artist and filmmakers on Saturday, 9/12, at 8 pm. This isContinue reading “CAFAM online film screening”
Dear CAFAM community, Come and partake in fun and informal conversations in Mandarin. These Language Roundtables are open to all interested and to all levels of Mandarin Chinese. Free of charge. Due to Covid-19, please note that the following meetings are taking place via Zoom until further notice. For Zoom details, please email Viveca KwanContinue reading “September Mandarin Roundtables”