Have you ever wanted to explore the best that Taiwan has to offer? Whether you visit Taiwan for family, friends, or business, come learn how to make the most of your trip! You'll get the inside scoop on the most popular destinations on the island.
Enjoy the afternoon learning about the history and secrets of top attractions with refreshments! A Taiwanese history and tourist expert will give you essential advice on visiting Taiwan's hottest tourist spots. Get ready to take notes, enjoy stories, gain insights, ask questions, and make some new friends!
Registration is required to attend.
Learn more about Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC): books.taiwan-world.net
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Taiwanese American Professionals Los Angeles (TAP-LA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing and empowering the Taiwanese & Taiwanese American community in Greater Los Angeles through networking and professional development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American Identity. Our programs and events are focused in five main areas: Community Building, Professional Development, Promoting Taiwanese/Taiwanese American Culture and Identity, Health and Wellness, and Community Service. For more info, check out our website: tapla.org
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