Attend the 2017 Annual TAP Gala in Boston

Join Taiwanese American Professionals - Boston (TAP-BOS) in celebrating our 5th anniversary! Get ready to be entertained among the stars...who are your very own fellow TAP members! Prepare to be amazed by an evening dedicated to celebrating our members, our accomplishments in the past year, and reflecting upon how much the TAP-BOS community has grown in the past five years. It will be a night to remember filled with great entertainment, raffles, a photobooth, and a 10-course traditional Chinese…

Lunar Ball with TAP in Chicago

Lunar Ball, Chicago’s largest fundraiser for Asian American young professionals and friends, is coming back on Saturday, March 25th this year!! It will be held at the elegant Wintrust Grand Banking Hall. Lunar Ball attracts 800+ of Chicago’s most accomplished young professionals from over 30 organizations for an evening of drinks, food, entertainment, and networking. Come join us to have fun, celebrate the year of the Rooster, and support community charities! The event sells out every year,…

Going Beyond Borders with Daniel Henney

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Hi TaiwaneseAmerican.org! Erica, here. As part of our ongoing Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in Entertainment series, I recently talked to actor and model Daniel Henney about his new show, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Daniel has appeared in everything from X-Men Origins: Wolverine, to classic k-dramas like My Lovely Sam Soon, and even graced the cover of GQ Taiwan! Check out my Q&A with him below! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijz0trUj8Kk[/embed] EL: Hi Daniel!…

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…

Through the Eyes of Designer-Director Warren Fu

“Sorry I’m late!” my cousin Warren apologized when he showed up for our interview. “The Jimmy Fallon taping with Julian [Casablancas, lead singer of The Strokes] ran a little long.” I wish I could have that kind of excuse whenever I’m late to an engagement. This was, however, simply another day in the life of Warren Fu, director and designer. One of Warren's most notable designs is of General Grievous, the villain in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.  He also designed…