Highlighting Taiwanese America: The 100 Mothers and Daughters Project

The bond between mother and daughter can often be the most important relationship in a person’s life, and yet it isn’t something that we often talk about. If you are a Taiwanese American/Canadian mother or daughter, the North American Taiwanese Women’s Association 2nd Gen Group (NATWA II) and TaiwaneseAmerican.org want to hear your story.

What was it like raising your child in North America? What was it like being raised by your mother? Why are you most proud to have been raised by this woman – or to have raised her?

Visit http://taiwaneseamerican.org/100people/ to see previous 100 People Projects initiated by TaiwaneseAmerican.org. This project will be presented in a similar format. By completing the form questionnaire, you consent to having your responses made public on our websites.

If you are proud of your Taiwanese American/Canadian mother or daughter, we invite you to submit an entry to our 100 Mothers and Daughters Project. Just fill out our short questionnaire – it’ll only take a few minutes – and send us a photo or two of you and your mother or daughter together. That’s all it takes to help us complete Round One of the 100 Mothers and Daughters project and collect the stories of Taiwanese American/Canadian mothers and daughters across the continent. Your stories will be featured on the North American Taiwanese Women’s Association (NATWA) and TaiwaneseAmerican.org websites and at the 2012 NATWA convention. Please spread the word, and pass the link below to your friends and family. We’re looking for a wide selection of stories representing our community.

Call for Submissions — Deadline May 7!
To share your mother/daughter stories, start here: http://goo.gl/QSQ6u

2 Responses to “Highlighting Taiwanese America: The 100 Mothers and Daughters Project”

  1. Wish I could submit, while I am not Taiwanese, my daughter is and she is the center of my life and I feel like the most blessed person on Earth. I love following your posts and events, I am a very proud Mom!

  2. Hi Suzy,

    Thank you for your kind words. Please feel free to still submit something for this project! 🙂

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