The Kaisa Heritage Center is located at Anda and Cabildo Streets, at the heart of the walled city of Intramuros in Manila. It houses the Bahay Tsinoy – Museum of the Chinese in Philippine Life – a library, a research center, an auditorium, and the offices of the Kaisa Para Sa Kaunlaran. The center's location is significant: The early Chinese immigrants were kept out of Intramuros by their colonial rulers; they were harassed, persecuted, expelled, and massacred.

Today, the Kaisa Heritage Center is a beehive of activities and projects that bring the Chinese Filipinos into more meaningful participation in mainstream society concerns. It is a repository of the historical and cultural legacy of the Chinese in all aspects of Philippine life. It is a symbol of the minority community whose members have found their rightful place in the Philippine sun, as they assert their pride in the national identity as Filipinos, albeit tracing their ancestral roots to their ethnic Chinese origins. As the Kaisa credo states: "Our blood may be Chinese, but our roots grow deep in the Philippine soil, our bonds are with the Filipino people."
#32 Anda cor. Cabildo Streets, Intramuros, 1002 Manila, Philippines

TELEPHONE NUMBERS: (632) 5276083, (632) 5266796
FAX NUMBER: (632) 5276085