ITASA Mixer in San Francisco

The first Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association (ITASA) Mixer is here, and will be on Saturday, January 31st, at 1pm in San Francisco! Meeting Point is TBA. Come join students from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Stanford, and more as we play games, explore the beautiful streets, and enjoy the delicious delicacies and food in the heart of California! Everyone is welcome to come, don't forget to RSVP on the Facebook event page! We will also be having dinner at ~5pm. Be sure to bring enough…

Kano Screening in San Jose, CA

This event is a part of the KANO US Tour 2014. To serve many our Taiwanese friends in the San Francisco Bay Area, we are planning to hold film screenings and meet-the-producers sessions in two different places, Berkeley and San Jose. It is our great pleasure and honor to have Producer Wei, Te-Sheng and Producer Huang, Chih-Ming as our special guests in the events. And there will be a one-hour meet-the-producers session after each film screening. Event details: San Jose Location: Camera 12 201…

Kano Screening in Berkeley, CA

This event is a part of the KANO US Tour 2014. To serve many our Taiwanese friends in the San Francisco Bay Area, we are planning to hold film screenings and meet-the-producers sessions in two different places, Berkeley and San Jose. It is our great pleasure and honor to have Producer Wei, Te-Sheng and Producer Huang, Chih-Ming as our special guests in the events. And there will be a one-hour meet-the-producers session after each film screening. Event details: Berkeley: Location: Wheeler Auditorium 2222…

Culture and Language in David Henry Hwang’s ‘Chinglish’

I’m no avid theatergoer, but I do love entertainment! Watching David Henry Hwang’s new comedic play, Chinglish, with a few TaiwaneseAmerican.org staff was definitely one of the most enjoyable evenings I’ve had all summer. We follow an American man on his business trip to China, where he is faced with language barrier, cultural differences, and conflicting values, all of which made signing a contract for his family’s sign-making firm way more complex than he thought. I truly enjoyed the…

Culture and Language in David Henry Hwang's 'Chinglish'

I’m no avid theatergoer, but I do love entertainment! Watching David Henry Hwang’s new comedic play, Chinglish, with a few TaiwaneseAmerican.org staff was definitely one of the most enjoyable evenings I’ve had all summer. We follow an American man on his business trip to China, where he is faced with language barrier, cultural differences, and conflicting values, all of which made signing a contract for his family’s sign-making firm way more complex than he thought. I truly enjoyed the play’s…