Chinese Muslim Cultural and Fraternal Association

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Chinese Muslim Cultural and Fraternal Association
Founded 1922
Area served
 Hong Kong

The Chinese Muslim Cultural and Fraternal Association (CMCFA; Chinese: 中華回教博愛社) is an Islamic organisation in Hong Kong,[1] with around 250,000 members.[2] The group currently operates five different schools in Hong Kong.


The association was founded in 1922 at 7 Chan Tong Lane, Wan Chai. It was then incorporated as a charity organisation in 1963.


The association not only conduct religious activities related to the Chinese Muslims, but they also manage and maintain six non-profit schools: one college, two primary schools and three kindergartens.[3]

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  1. ^ J. Lee; L. Nedilsky; S. Cheung (22 June 2009). Marginalization in China: Recasting Minority Politics. Springer. pp. 225–. ISBN 978-0-230-62241-8. 
  2. ^ "China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, Macau)", International Religious Freedom Report, Washington, DC: United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, 2009, retrieved 2010-08-09 
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