NATWA Hosts Taiwanese American Women’s Conference in St. Louis

Join the North America Taiwanese Women’s Association (NATWA) II for the 2011 NATWA Convention in St. Louis on April 22-24, 2011. The full convention begins April 21st. A great program is planned revolving around the convention theme: “Women Empowerment.” It’s an excellent opportunity for Taiwanese American 2nd generation women and their allies to connect and build lifelong friendships.

Make sure to register before 3/21/11 to save $20 with early registration! You do not need to buy a meal plan, but the 2nd generation organizers strongly suggest that you buy a ticket for the Saturday dinner banquet so that the NATWA II participants can sit together.

They also have eight $500 scholarships available to assist those in need to attend the convention. Deadline for applications is March 6!

For more information, registration, and scholarship applications, visit:

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NATWA II Program

Friday, April 22

8pm – Welcome & Icebreakers

Saturday, April 23

9am-10:30am Keynote Speech – “Inspiration in/out Pacific Ocean” by Tsuann Kuo

10:30am-1:30pm NATWA II Free Time / Sightseeing

1:30pm-3:30pm Self-Defense & Assertiveness Training by Grayce Liu

3:40pm-5pm NATWA-NATWA II Intergenerational Interface facilitated by Jennifer Kuo & Michi Fu, including discussion about Amy Chua’s book “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother”

6:30pm-10pm Dinner Banquet and NATWA Night

Sunday, April 24

9am-11:30am NATWA II Panel: “Women Creating New Paths” – speakers include Kelly Tsai, Spoken Word Artist, and Grayce Liu, Self-Defense Instructor

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