Join TAP-Chicago to celebrate one of the major Taiwanese holidays, the Dragon Boat Festival!! Also known as “Duan Wu Jie” 端午節. We will have traditional holiday foods such as Zong Zi 粽子 (wrapped sticky rice) for everyone to enjoy, as well as games, and an open bar!
As an added bonus this year, there will be an early reception for the especially curious. For $5 extra, you can arrive early and partake in our Zong Zi making experience. Ingredients and instructions will be provided to make your own Zong Zi and you get the opportunity to join the festivities at an earlier time and mingle with other guests in a more personal setting. Most importantly, you get to enjoy the fruits of your own labor!
70 West Huron St, Chicago, IL 60654
Hospitality Room, 2nd floor
5:30 – 7:00 pm: Zong Zi making experience (Guests with Zong Zi making tickets only)
7:00 – 8:00 pm: Cocktails (Open Bar!) and Games
8:00 – 9:00 pm: Food will be served
9:00 – 11:00 pm: Networking and After-Party
We’ll provide the usual beer, hard liquor, soft drinks, and cocktails all evening long.
LOTS of Zong Zi 粽子 (wrapped sticky rice)
More traditional Taiwanese foods
Early bird ticket: $30 by Monday, May 30th
Early bird ticket + Zong Zi making: $35 by Monday, May 30th
General admission ticket: $35 by Friday, June 3rd
Late/On site registration: $40 (If space is available)
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE:
We will close late/on site registration if we reach capacity.
More info about TAP-Chicago: http://tapchicago.org/
QUESTIONS? CONTACT US.
Kelly Chen | 408.480.6408 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Hsu | 908.294.5988 | email@example.com
Come and join TAP-Chicago’s Community Partner – CMAA at their Second Annual Red Party! Wear your favorite red outfit or accessory and enjoy city views from East Bank Club’s fabulous rooftop terrace!
Rooftop party with city views (party inside in case of inclement weather) * 2 Complimentary drinks + Cash bar * Passed hors d’oeuvres * Dinner buffet * DJ music * Red carpet step and repeat * Fun-themed photo booth * Door prizes * Mingle with Chicago’s most influential professionals
Purchase your ticket at http://
Enter Discount code “TAP” to get 20% discount.
Rock Red!: Semi-formal and business formal is suggested dress code and wear red!
Event parking: $5.75 during the entire Red Party fundraiser at the East Bank Club
Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA) is a community-based social services agency targeting the immigrant and low-income community. Learn more about CMAA at http://
The “Ultimate Team Sport”, dragon boat racing, is the world’s fastest growing water sport. Dragon boating with TAP-Chicago is a great way to make new friends, get a workout, experience the thrill of competition, and thrive in a team environment. Come learn more about it on Wednesday, May 4th and make your summer count!
Paddling experience and athletic prowess are not required. Team members will learn the proper paddle stroke techniques and how to paddle as a team in a synchronized fashion!
Food & beverages will be provided.
Location: 30 E Huron Entertainment Room (Plaza Level), Chicago
Time: Wednesday, May 4th, 2016, 7 PM – 9 PM
Dragon Boat Racing General Info
Practice & Race Schedule Fees (and Tips to save $$!)
Please RSVP via Eventbrite so that we can have accurate headcounts:
Please tell doorman you are there for the TAP Chicago Dragon Boat meeting.
For more information about join the team or sponsor the team, please contact James Lim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join TAP-Chicago on Saturday, April 2nd at 8PM for a screening of the documentary Tyrus featured in the Asian American Showcase that shows the life, art and enduring impact of pioneering Chinese American painter and Disney legend, Tyrus Wong.
Born in China in 1910 and brought to the U.S. at the age of nine, Tyrus Wong transcended poverty and prejudice to bloom as a multi-talented artist who left an indelible legacy during Hollywood’s Golden Age. The little-known creator of the visual style for the Disney classic Bambi and a host of Warner Bros. films including Rebel Without A Cause and How The West Was Won is profiled in this documentary rich in Chinese American history and movie-world lore.
Get your discounted ticket at http://
More information about the Asian American film festival at http://
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The Asian American Festival is a week-long, outdoor celebration at Daley Plaza showcasing various Asian American cultures from the Chicagoland community and is sponsored by Asian American Coalition of Chicago in cooperation with the MB Real Estate, and City of Chicago Cultural Center’s Department of Cultural Affiars and Special Events. There will be cultural stage performances each day and 30 vendors selling food, goods, and Asian arts and crafts.
AACC has reached out to TAP-Chicago as a partner to find volunteers to help out at this event Monday – Friday between the hours of 10:00a and 2:30 p. In exchange for your time, lunch will be included as well as an invitation will be extended to the two exclusive opening and closing receptions at Sunda and Block 37. If you are interested in signing up, please fill out this google spreadsheet with your availability and contact information.
For additional information about the Asian American Festival, please visit the website at http://www.aacchicago.org/
or the event’s facebook page https://www.facebook.com/
Lunar Ball is coming soon! Join us for a Launch Party on Thursday, February 11th as the planning team, community partners, and beneficiaries celebrate the progress we’ve made and look forward to the big event on March 12th!
Attendees will get a sneak peak into Lunar Ball 2016 highlights and have the opportunity to network with community partner members including AACN, Advancing Justice, APALSA, Asquared, CFAA, CMAA, HallyuCon, Hanul Family Alliance, Harvard Club, KACC, Kollaboration, NU-A5, Project: Vision, Social Quarters, TAP-Chicago, TJCCC and UIAAAN!
Trophy Room is one of Chicagolands premier sports bar and is located in the heart of River North! In addition to drink specials and great networking, Launch Party attendees have the chance to win a Lunar Ball VIP ticket and buy tickets at a special price.
Register on Eventbrite by Tuesday, February 9th for free entry, $5 afterward and at the door.
Fabio Hsu Fabio@TapChicago.org
Ethan Hou – Ethan@TapChicago.org
Limited street parking, CTA Chicago Brown/Purple Line or Grand Red Line Stop, many buses.
More about Lunar Ball:
Lunar Ball is Chicagoland’s biggest Asian American gala and fundraiser. Join 600+ of Chicago’s most accomplished and Asian American professionals and friends from over 30 community organizations at the Chicago History Museum for an evening of fun, food, and dancing! The event will include tastings from some of Chicago’s top restaurants, adult beverages all night, cultural performances, DJ, dancing, and an exciting raffle and silent auction. Come join us to have fun, celebrate the year of the Monkey, and support community charities!