Taiwanese American Professionals 25th Anniversary Gala/National Convention

Date: Saturday, August 7, 2010
Location: Cafe Pinot
Time: 6:30 pm
Address: 700 W. Fifth St, Los Angeles, CA
Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=116308691748279

The Taiwanese American Citizens League is celebrating its 25th Anniversary, and holding a fundraiser banquet on August 7, 2010 at the beautiful Maguire Gardens of Café Pinot in Downtown Los Angeles. The banquet is an opportunity to celebrate the silver anniversary of the organization, honor the accomplishments of celebrated leaders and to bring together local business leaders, community members, individuals, and our youth. In past years, our banquets have been able to attract distinguished honorees and guests, including State Controller John Chiang, State Assemblyman Ted Lieu, actress Michelle Krusiec, Broadway singer Welly Yang, film director Justin Lin, community advocate TsuAnn Kuo, singer Vienna Teng, actor Jimmy Tsai, and community leader Ho Chie Tsai (That’s me!).

TaiwaneseAmerican.org is PROUD to be a COMMUNITY SPONSOR of this wonderful event! Come out and say hello to our staff members who are attending!

Tickets are available online now here: http://tapcasinonight2010.eventbrite.com

To sponsor or donate prizes, download this info: http://www.tacl.org/pdf/TACL_and_TAP_Sponsorship_Packet.pdf

The evening will feature Taiwanese American musical artists Susan and Emily Hsu of Exit Clov, R&B singer-songwriter Dawen, Instant Noodles Crew, and special guest from Taiwan, Dog G.

The honoree for Pioneer in Community Service is attorney Karin Wang, a recent SoCal KCET “local hero” who we’ve recently featured as one of our “100 Passionate People!”

TACL is a 501(c)(3) national organization with chapters across the country, including major cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. Its mission is to improve the quality of life of Taiwanese Americans in the US, with programs that serve to benefit all ages, but especially the youth. Signature programs include the Political, Journalism, and Entertainment Internships, high school scholarships, leadership development youth camps, and our young professionals network: Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP). TAP is now the largest network of young Taiwanese American professionals in the US. This network has grown to over 5,000 strong and continues to expand as we develop community-oriented leaders through professional development, community service, and social networking programs. TACL strives to make a difference in the lives of its members, while also impacting the greater community and the next generation through programs for our young leaders.

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