Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Location: Pacific Place Seattle
Address: 600 Pine St, Seattle, WA
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/235518149972732/
The documentary Beyond Beauty – Taiwan From Above (看見台灣) is coming to Seattle on May 21st! The film has become the highest grossing documentary of all time at the Taiwanese box office. It has a 8.1/10 rating on IMDB.com.
The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) has chosen “Taiwan From Above” to be represented in this year’s film festival. It will be showing at the AMC 11 theater located on the top floor of Pacific Place in downtown Seattle. Tickets are $12. They can be purchased in person or in advance from SIFF at the following link: http://myaccount.siff.net/cinema/reserve.aspx?fid=334&id=21150
Taiwanese American Professionals – Seattle (TAP-Seattle) will be holding a get-together at the Gordon Biersch restaurant at 6pm, before the movie. It is also located on the top floor next to the theater. Come join us for some food and drinks before the movie. The reservation will be under TAP.
6pm @ Gordon Biersch
7pm @ AMC theater
Hope to see you there!
About Seattle Taiwanese American Heritage Week:
May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Every year in the month of May, Taiwanese American Heritage Foundation coordinates series of programs to exhibit and celebrate our unique Taiwanese heritage. This year, TAP-Seattle cordially invite you to participate these events with us for such a celebration to enjoy Taiwanese folk dance, Taiwanese music, and learn more about the beauty and tour information of Taiwan.
This year’s Heritage week features “Taiwan Impression” cultural dance performance, an arrangement of “Remembrance (思想起)” as part of NW Sinfonietta’s Beethoven Violin Concerto, “Taiwan Showcase” Exhibition at University District Street Fair, and “Beyond Beauty: Taiwan from above” documentary movie. TAP-Seattle welcomes you to participate in our series of events for this meaningful month embracing Taiwan’s tradition and heritage.