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[PHOTO] Taiwan: Through the Lens of an ABT

By Benjamin Dunn PHOTO CAPTION This past December was my first time traveling back to Taiwan in over nine years. And the last time I went, I was 10, so I honestly don’t remember much from my trip then. It was truly a life changing experience and one that has changed my perspective not only on Taiwan, but also on the United States. And as a photographer, I wanted to document every bit of my journey through Taiwan with my mother and cousin. After visiting my family in Kaohsiung, we decided…

Taiwanese Food Madness

After two weeks of voting, we have found our winner - Beef Noodle Soup (牛肉麵)! Just seeing the sheer number of pictures submitted of Beef Noodle Soup showed that it was going to be a very strong contender. Thank you to everyone for participating, and please let us know what foods we missed / how we can improve upon this for next year! The NCAA March Madness Tournament is under way, and we're getting into it too, food style. TaiwaneseAmerican.org is proud to present the first annual…

National Taiwanese American Women’s Conference in San Diego

The 2015 North American Taiwanese Women's Association (NATWA) Convention will be held at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley in San Diego from April 16-19, 2015. The conference theme is TELLING OUR HISTORY THROUGH PROSE, POETRY AND ART. Founded by proud 1st generation Taiwanese American and Canadian women during the 80's, the organization and conference now brings together the 1st through 3rd generation community of Taiwanese heritage. The collegiate and young professional program (NATWA…

Apply to be a Formosa Foundation Ambassador

The Formosa Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2015 Formosa Foundation Ambassador Program. For over a decade, this premier Taiwanese American program has provided opportunities for hundreds of college students from Taiwan and the US to experience the effectiveness of political advocacy within the halls of Washington D.C. The Ambassador Program combines in-house training with on-the-ground activist work. Participants in the Program develop the expertise, analytical framework,…

TaiwaneseAmerican.org Presents Four Films at CAAM Fest 2015

Each year, TaiwaneseAmerican.org is pleased to support the premier Asian American Film Festival in San Francisco. CAAM Fest, the Center for Asian American Media’s annual festival features not only amazing works in film, TV, and digital media, but now also includes showcases in music and food. This festival is a treasure trove of great Asian American works from established as well as emerging talent. This year, we proudly co-present four films during this 10 day festival. We invite you to…

The 2015 Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund

The Taiwanese American community is often seen as a privileged one, so we're happy to see that this project of the Asian Pacific Community Fund is targeted towards those youth who need a little helping hand to further their educational opportunities. The 2015 Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund (TASF) is focused on helping economically-challenged Taiwanese American youth fulfill their dreams of obtaining higher education. Through a competitive application process, the funds are applied toward…

A Lucky Milestone! Follow Us on Facebook!

On behalf of the staff of TaiwaneseAmerican.org, we thank all of you -- our loyal supporters over the years as well as the new friends who have discovered us through our website or social media feeds -- for helping us grow into the largest web and social media site serving the next generation of Taiwanese Americans and our allies! We feel an immense responsibility serving you and highlighting a wide-range of topics, issues, people and news relevant to Taiwanese America. Because of you, we…

Meet Actor Hudson Yang from ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat

I recently met up with Hudson Yang, the young actor who co-stars in the new ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat alongside the first all-Asian American cast since the 1990's TV show All-American Girl. Fresh off the Boat is based on celebrity chef Eddie Huang's memoir of the same title, which recounts the struggles and experiences of his Taiwanese immigrant family living in Orlando through his rise and success as the restauranteur behind the NYC Lower East Side's BaoHaus. Known for their classic…

The Year of Taiwanese Food

Photo Credit: Jetset Times' "50 Foods in Taipei You Need to Eat" / The Food of Taiwan cookbook / Ho Chie Tsai/@hochie71 Food writers, photographers, entrepreneurs, chefs and more—we want to hear from you! Do you enjoy writing about Taiwanese food? Do you love cooking and/or posting videos or photos of Taiwanese food? Do you work with Taiwanese food in some way? If 'yes' to any of the above, join us in celebrating Taiwanese food this year! TaiwaneseAmerican.org is excited to…