Taiwanese American Women’s Convention Hosted by NATWA in SF/Bay Area

TaiwaneseAmerican.org is pleased to support this one-of-a-kind annual conference focused on the women in our community. Meet amazing attendees and speakers who we have featured on our website in the past!

Dates: Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22, 2012
Location: Crowne Plaza San Jose-Silicon Valley
Address: 777 Bellew Drive, Milpitas, CA
Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/235306759887857/

Come join the North American Taiwanese Women’s Association II (NATWA II) at the 2012 NATWA 北美洲臺灣婦女會 Convention in San Jose/Silicon Valley, CA. This year’s theme is “Love and Compassion / 愛心、關懷”. It’s a great conference of many highly talented and prominent women from the Taiwanese American community. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to network and discuss issues of relevance to this particular segment of the community.

This year’s conference features many amazing women who we’ve highlighted through TaiwaneseAmerican.org in the past year:

Marilyn Fu, Screenwriter
http://about.me/marilynsfu

Victoria Linchong, actress, writer, producer and director working in both theater and film
http://www.directarts.org/

Marijane Nguyen, music therapist (MT-BC), pianist, mom, wife, and entertainment enthusiast
http://beyondtwoworlds.com/

Travel scholarships will be available. Feel free to invite other Taiwanese Americans and Canadians.

Registration Form (late charge postmarked March 15, 2012)
http://natwa.com/images/2012Convention/Registration_Form_English.pdf

Travel Scholarship Form (due March 8, 2012)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEUtNHVjUV9sR3BqNk5wUTZrejVsMnc6MQ

Feel free to contact [email protected] for more information and questions.
www.natwa2.org
www.natwa.com

The purpose of NATWA II is three-fold:
(1) to establish a network consisting of 1.5- and 2nd-generation Taiwanese American and Canadian women
(2) to cultivate and promote talents among young Taiwanese American and Canadian women
(3) to preserve Taiwanese culture and promote Taiwanese American and Canadian identity.

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