Dallas Asian American Community Facts:

According to the 2010 census, the Asian population in Dallas County increased 35 percent over the decade, from 88,369 to almost 120,000. Tarrant County was up 60 percent, from 52,594 to 84,561. Growth was even more dramatic in the northern suburbs, with Denton County's Asian population increasing almost 150 percent, from 17,444 to 43,478, and Collin County's climbing from 34,047 to 87,752, a jump of almost 160 percent. 


There's not just one "Dallas Chinatown," but instead a number of unique and vibrant communities.

What is the Asian 100?

The Asian 100 is a Dallas-Fort Worth based organization of 100 women leaders representing multiple Asian ethnicities. This not-for-profit, non-partisan membership organization brings an Asian American perspective to issues concerning Asian Americans as well as offering three signature initiatives: leadership mentoring and training, networking and giving.

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Our organization draws upon the collective experience, knowledge and resources of our invited members –women business and civic leaders from diverse communities who have achieved prominence in a variety of fields and work in partnership towards our mission.


DFW Chinatown

 DFW Chinatown is what many people  think of when they hear "Dallas Chinatown." A hub of trade, commerce  and culture for Dallas' Asian  community located in North Dallas'  telecom corridor,  this shopping center  and its surrounding residential  neighborhood has a great section of  shopping and Asian food.

Dallas Asian Trade District

 With an expansive and fast-growing trade district located in  North Dallas off Interstate I-35E, you'll find more than 21  shopping centers that comprise over 300 stores and  restaurants. The Asian Trade District is home to Dallas' biggest  retailer of fine Asian imports, Sam Moon. The Asian Trade District is also the new home to the luxurious King Spa & Sauna,  a popular and family-friendly Korean sauna embraced by Dallas' Asian-American community.


 Dallas' Little India

 Dallas' Little India, located at the  intersection of I-75 and Beltline Road, is  filled with Indian food markets and gold  and sari stores.

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