Chapter Update: 12 Things to Know About This Year’s TAP-NY and TAP-Boston Ski and Snowboard Extravaganza

April 5th, 2016

TAP-NY and TAP-Boston teamed up for the 2nd annual TAP Ski and Snowboard Extravaganza in March! We tackled an all-new mountain in Okemo, and shredded slopes in short sleeves despite unseasonably warm conditions. We made quick work of 15 pizza pies in the cabins, and of course, enjoyed some libations in the evenings. This trip

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SNEAK PEEK: FALL 2016 TACL CONVENTION

April 5th, 2016

After dreaming big at Winter 2016 Convention in Atlanta, TAP-Boston has been busy planning for the Fall 2016 TACL Convention over Labor Day weekend Sept 2-5, 2016. @boardmembers, mark your calendars!Sneak peek for Board Members: Boston is a city rich with history, but we don’t want to do things that have been already done. We’re

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RECAP: 2016 JANUARY TACL CONVENTION

April 4th, 2016

In January 2016, TAP-Atlanta invited the TACL family to the deep south for our semi-annual convention to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend and to DREAM BIG, their theme for the weekend.To highlight our weekend of learning and fun, here are some pictures to help us recap: 1. LEADERSHIP: We learned that to be a

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Lunar New Year Festival – Music, Identity, and Culture

March 3rd, 2016

On Saturday, February 20, 2016, Kimberley Chen (陳芳語), Soft Lipa (蛋堡), Kina Grannis, and the Far East Movement all took the stage at Terminal 5 in New York City. For four hours, the performers took turns playing their hits (and rocking some covers), to a crowd of over a thousand people in an amazing night

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To 紅包 or not to 紅包 ?

February 4th, 2016

Born and Raised in America I’m pretty positive I’m not the only one who gets confused about what exactly to do on Lunar New Year. I’ve never experienced what it was like in Taiwan or Hong Kong during the holiday. The only things I knew about were the things I learned from my parents and

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Making the Taiwanese American Voice Heard

January 3rd, 2016

In the simplest terms, a democracy is a government by the people. While many may feel that politics has become too complicated and distant from their daily lives, it is important to remember that there is one simple way to be heard: VOTE. “…we must play an active part in shaping our government, and keep

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Propel Your Career to the Next Level with TAP-Boston’s New Program

January 3rd, 2016

In August 2015, TAP-Boston decided it was time to put an end to the quarter-life crisis – or at least try to. In the past, our professional development programming has addressed skill development and networking, but we noticed another professional problem that we were not addressing: there were members who were not satisfied in their

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Miss Asian American Stephanie Lin

November 4th, 2015

On the auspicious day of August 8, 2015, Stephanie Lin was crowned Miss Asian America at the pageant held in San Francisco. As a member of our TAP family, Stephanie graciously gives us an insider look into her achievement and what she hopes to accomplish as the first Taiwanese American to earn this title. Think

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Event Spotlight: 2015 National Convention in NYC

October 1st, 2015

TACL’s 2015 National Convention took place in New York over Labor Day weekend – hosted by TAP-NY (current Board and alumni), and it was a fun-filled TACL Family get-together with too many stories and #FOMO moments for those who missed it.  Thanks to all the programs & chapters & friends of TACL who came out:

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Chapter Update: Meet TAP-Austin & Erica Liu

September 30th, 2015

At the National Convention in New York earlier this month, TAP-Austin was voted in by their peer TAPs and is now an official TAP Chapter.  Congratulations and welcome to our newest family member!  Please remember to “like” TAP-ATX’s Facebook page. TACL conducted a short interview with Erica Liu, TAP-Austin’s Founding President to learn a little more

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