TAF New Years Party 2017 in IL

It's the most wonderful time of the year... Taiwanese American Foundation (TAF) New Years! Come celebrate the holidays with your TAF friends and family at Enchanted Castle (Lombard, IL) on Friday, Dec. 30th, starting at 6pm! We'll have tons of food, games, and go-karts... All we're missing is YOU.You will need to buy a ticket from Eventbrite to participate! Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taf-new-years-2017-tickets-30064450581 And don't forget your waiver (more…

“Incensed” Book Talk with Author Ed Lin in NorCal

In Taiwan, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for prioritizing family. When 25-year-old Jing-nan’s gangster uncle, Big Eye, asks a favor, Jing-nan can’t exactly say no, especially because two goons are going to follow him around to make sure he gets it done right. The favor is this: Big Eye’s 16-year-old daughter, Mei-ling, has a biker boyfriend from the wrong side of the tracks—in Big Eye’s gangster opinion—and Big Eye wants Jing-nan to bring her to Taipei, away from the bad influences,…

Mid-Autumn BBQ with TAP in NorCal

FOOD. FRIENDS. FUN. The all new 2016-2017 Taiwanese American Professionals – San Francisco (TAP-SF) Team invites the Taiwanese American community out to the South Bay for an afternoon of BBQ TAP style in belated celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival!Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as “moon festival”, is a celebration with family, friends and community! Falling on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, Mid-Autumn Festival is the celebration of a centuries-old harvest ritual in many Asian cultures.…

Book Reading with Dmae Roberts in Portland

Join Dmae Roberts for a reading from her book "The Letting Go Trilogies: Stories of a Mixed-Race Family." She'll also talk about mixed-race history in Oregon. The reading and talk event is Sept 1st at 7pm at Another Read Through bookstore, 3932 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, Oregon 97227Cookies and sparkling cider will be provided! "The Letting go Trilogies will be available for $13 only at Another Read Through Bookstore.More info: http://www.anotherreadthrough.com/event/local-author-dmae-roberts/"The…

Facebook Tour with TAP in SF

Join Taiwanese American Professionals - San Francisco (TAP-SF) as we visit Facebook! Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them.The program will be: 11:30-11:45 Check-in 11:45-12:45 Lunch 12:45-01:45 Facebook Building TourWe want this to be a close-knit event,…

Author Reading from New Taiwan-Based Novel “Green Island”

Come and hear Shawna Yang Ryan read from her brand new novel, Green Island.Green Island is a story of love, betrayal, and family, set against the backdrop of a changing Taiwan in the twentieth century.February 28, 1947—Trapped inside the family home amidst an uprising that has rocked Taipei, Dr. Tsai delivers his youngest daughter, the unnamed narrator of Green Island. In the following weeks, as the Chinese Nationalists act to crush the opposition, Dr. Tsai becomes one of the many thousands…

TAF Holiday Party 2015 in Chicago

Can you believe it's been a whole 4 months since Taiwanese American Foundation summer camp (TAF) 2015 has ended? Are you missing all of the friends you've made? Well, it's snow problem because back by popular demand...The TAF : Holidays 2015 party is ready for you! At this party, yule have the time of your life at GAMEWORKS in Schaumburg, IL on December 20th, 5-7 PM!You don't need to bring anything except yoursELF, just show up and have a good time!Don't forget to mistleGO RSVP on Facebook…

Who Is Arthur Chu? This Documentary Tells his Story

Who Is Arthur Chu? is a documentary feature executive produced by 3-time Academy Award winner Mark Jonathan Harris, about the controversial Jeopardy! champion and Taiwanese American internet celebrity. The film follows Arthur from his hometown of Cleveland to Los Angeles (where he competes in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions) and then finally to Taiwan. The film examines Asian American stereotypes, the relevance and impact of TV game shows on society, the changing nature of the American dream…