Attend the Performing Arts Festival with TAP in Chicago

Do you have an interest in the performing arts? A-Squared, a Chicago based Asian American theater company, is presenting the Asian American Performing Arts Festival from Thursday, 10/20 to Sunday, 10/23. The festival includes nightly performances ranging from spoken word and plays, to music and dance. Please see the link for event details: http://www.a-stw.org/ You can purchase tickets at the above link. The rate is $20 for individual nights or $40 for a festival pass for the whole weekend plus…

Taiwanese Night Market in Austin

The Taiwanese American Professionals - Austin (TAP-ATX) Night Market aims to unite and empower the greater Austin Asian community by recreating the bustle of Taiwanese night markets while showcasing local food vendors, businesses, and artists. Over the course of the evening, you will be able to sample a variety of food reminiscent of street snacks from Asian night markets such as Taiwanese Fried chicken and boba milk tea. The food and drinks will be accompanied by a market featuring handmade local…

Lunar New Year Festival with TAP in NY

Celebrate the year of the monkey 2016 with a Lunar New Year Festival, presented by Xi'an Famous Foods for the benefit of Apex for Youth! Taiwanese American Professionals - New York (TAP-NY) is incredibly excited to be co-hosting this event – grab tickets and learn more about the artists performing, and get ready for a concert that blends culture, food, and fun all in one unforgettable experience! For more information about the event, visit: http://lnyf.xianfoods.com/. Lineup: Far East…

Artist Ling-An Fang at the CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles

CB1 Gallery proudly presents its first solo exhibition of the work of artist Fang Ling-An, Everything is Stitching Together Simultaneously. Aware of her family’s historic and turbulent journey from Mainland China to Taiwan, Fang Ling-An has consciously reflected upon issues of ‘displacement’ and sense of ‘belonging’ that is common to most Chinese immigrants. As a result, her pieces center on issues of migration, displacement, tradition and identity.  The show opens on May 29, 2010…