Dinner Topic Discussion with TAP/FAPA-YPG in SF Bay Area

Date: Thursday, November 1, 2012
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Downtown Palo Alto (Exact location given with RSVP)
Cost: $20 (includes meal, tax, tip)
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/327184607378741/

As a community, one of the important aspects/benefits is the exchange of knowledge…

Come join Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP) and Formosan Association for Public Affairs – Young Professionals Group (FAPA-YPG) for their next dinner topic discussion!

Presenting Topic Discussions: No hired experts, no lectures, just conversation over food. Some of us are more well-versed in issues than others, so the more we help each other, the stronger we become as a community. Let us know if there is a topic that interests you!

This month’s topic:
The US is again at a pivotal point in history. Last election, Americans came out in droves to vote for our first ever African American President, and now, as a final reflection of approval, will decide if he will remain in office. It’s important as Americans we go out and exercise our right to vote The state of the economy, Obamacare, foreign policy are all major issues in this election but are you well-versed on all the issues?

Come join your fellow Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP) members to discuss Decision 2012.
1. What are the defining issues for the election of 2012? What is each candidate’s position? Which ones are important to you?
2. How has Obama’s Foreign Policy performed, especially in relation to Asia and Taiwan? Will Romney’s policy differ?
3. How will the election affect Taiwanese Americans, or Asian Americans as a whole?

IMPORTANT: Pre-pay and RSVP required by 5pm on November 1st and space limited. RSVP at:

The Formosan Association for Public Affairs Young Professional Group is a national organization that promotes international recognition of Taiwan’s right to peace, democracy, and self-determination through education and advocacy

About TAP-SF
TAP enhances the Taiwanese American community by networking individuals interested in professional and career development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American identity. TAP provides resources and programs that inspire and empower; develop and support professionals to become community-oriented leaders. TAP focuses on Leadership, Identity, Networking, and Community (LINC). TAP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization through its parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (http://tacl.org/).

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