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The Chinese American Association of Solano County (CAASC) is accepting application for the 2018 High School Graduates of Solano County.  Click here to download the application, follow the instruction, fill out all items and return it to CAASC Office by December 15, 2017. Please enclose a good picture of yourself.  Winner pictured will be posted on this website. For more information contact our office at (707) 451-0130 or Audrey (707) 696-4644.


By Kimberly K. Fu, February 13, 2017

Event celebrates Chinese New Year, promotes education

              Kimberly K. Fu — The Reporter
C. C. Yin, founder and chair of the Chinese American Association of Solano County, greets guests at CAASC’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration and Scholarship Fundraiser.
C. C. Yin, founder and chair of the Chinese American Association of Solano County, greets guests at CAASC’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration and Scholarship Fundraiser. 

Their heads bobbing and vibrantly-colored bodies swaying to a rhythmic drumbeat Saturday night, a pride of Chinese lions helped ring in the Year of the Rooster at Yin Ranch in Vacaville. Sponsored by the Chinese American Association of Solano County (CAASC), the event celebrated the Chinese New Year and raised money for scholarships, 18 of which were handed out this year.

The event, emphasized C.C. Yin, CAASC founder and chair, is about a multitude of things including raising cultural awareness, promoting higher education and giving back to the community.

Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, praised Yin and his wife, Regina, for their efforts over the years.

“That is so much a part of what we are and what we celebrate (as Americans),” he said.

Garamendi thanked Yin for reminding everyone about the many contributions Chinese Americans have made. “The values that they bring, the values that they share in the community,” he said.

Congressman Mike Thompson, D-Solano, agreed. Thanking the Yins for their philanthropy, he said: “You are no match. You are absolutely at the top of the charts.” Since the inception of the scholarship program 20 years ago, more than 230 students have received more than $160,000 in scholarships, officials said.

                Kimberly K. Fu — The Reporter
A martial artist with the Oakland-based A Team Wushu Kids demonstrates her fighting skills during the CAASC event celebrating the Year of the Rooster.
A martial artist with the Oakland-based A Team Wushu Kids demonstrates her fighting skills during the CAASC event celebrating the Year of the Rooster. 

 Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Solano, also expressed thanks for CAASC’s scholarships, which help lift students up. “It’s been said that it’s easier to build strong children than to fix broken adults,” he emphasized.

Among this years awardees is Sadie Cunning, a Will C. Wood High School senior who won one of two Kaiser Awards. A high achiever, Cunning helped coordinate that morning’s second annual Youth Summit, sponsored by the Vacaville Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club. The event strove to empower youths and help them succeed in all aspects of their lives. The hours-long event was well-attended and successful, she said, beaming as she held onto her much-deserved award.

Sandy Nguyen from Fairfield High School also took home a Kaiser Award.

Rachel Carr, a Vanden High School student, won the James Leung Award.

Other scholarship winners included: McKenzie Barber And Simerpreet Matharu, Solano Community College; Darla Cabababaro and Julianne Mercado, Vallejo High School; Jasmine Dator, Michelle Delgado, Haley Lym, Yocelyn Martinez and Aaron Mendoza, Vanden High; Chelcey Do, Benicia High; Almalina Gomes, Tonia Mokatish and Monica Manglona, Fairfield High; Brenda Ibarra Vazquez, Jesse Bethel High; and Jingjing Wang, Will C. Wood.

Also spliced into the evening were a dinner buffet featuring Chinese delicacies such as char siu and roast pork as well as American cheeseburgers and apple pies compliments of Yin McDonalds, models walking the runway in the latest Chinese fashions including modern cheongsams, martial arts demonstrations by the A Team Wushu Kids, raffles and a silent auction, and more.

The event closed with youths lining up on stage for the traditional delivery of money-stuffed red envelopes. In Chinese culture, the envelopes boast blessings of prosperity. Kids who opened their envelopes Saturday found $2 inside. They also went home with teddy bears.

For more information on the organization, visit

CAASC is awarding 18 students of Solano County This year on February 11, Saturday 2017 at the Chinese New Year Ceremony (Some photo are not available). Here are some of them.
(Names are omitted for Privacy)


Scholarship Funds are Contributed by the Following Supporters and More
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Support the Business of Solano County, help the community services, support the students of our school, contribute to our scholarship fund - Join CAASC. (Click here to download the application). Non-profit # 68-0386295


Chinese New Year Celebration and Scholarship Awarded Event Pictures

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A new chapter of Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) opened in Solano County on August 1, 2015. for more event pictures - go to or copy URL to your browser.

CAASC Participate in Local Community Events.


Chinese New Year Celebration and Scholarship Award
at Ulatis Cultural Center, Vacaville.


 Presidents Corner
Monthly Meeting Agenda
Mr. C C Yin
Our Supporters
Coffe Break
Contact Us

Awarded Students

Year of the Dragon Blessing

Traditional Lion Dance

Volunteer Food Servers

Classic Chinese Music

Our Beautiful MC

Audience of all ages

Congratulation from Congressman
John Garamendi

Full house - No empty seat left

Young and beautiful performer

2015 Board Members (Partial)

Board Members at work


Knowing our own county. Click the picture above.

Chinese New Year Celebration and
Scholarship Award At Solano County Fairground
in Vallejo, Solano County, CA
(Click here for some more event pictures)



Solano County and Ji'An City of Jiang Xi Province in China are Sister Cities. The Former and Present Mayors
Visited Solano County in 2005 and 2007. Click the link below to see some of the pictures.

A delegation leaded by Ji'an city mayor Zhou Meng visited Solano County and meet with Mr. & Mrs. Yin and the county Officials at the Yin Ranch.  Click here for more event pictures

In 2008, seven high school students from Ji'an City visited Solano County after
County Administrator Mr. Michael Johnson and Supervisor Mike Reagan
 visited Ji'An City in October, 2007.
The following pictures are the students of our county and the students from China.

CAASC is proud sponsor for this student exchange program.  We thank all the parents and families who host the the students from China


CAASC China Tour Pictures
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CAASC Landed in Beijing





Zhong Shan

Hong Kong

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