Come join TAP-Chicago this Saturday as we participate in the annual Double Ten Parade in Chinatown. The Double Ten Parade is an annual event held to commemorate the Wuchang Uprising, a revolt that led to a declaration of independence from the central government by Wuchang and several other provinces in China in 1911, which ultimately led to the Xinhai Revolution in which revolutionary forces overthrew the Qing Dynasty,
Every year, the Chinatown neighborhood and thousands of people from all over the city of Chicago join together to attend and participate in the Double Ten Parade. This year the festivities will include performances by students and other artists, marching bands, floats and other entertainment. In addition, the Double Ten Parade is attended by leaders of the Chinatown community, representatives of associations in the Chinatown community, and other honorable guests and dignitaries.
The Double Ten Parade is organized by the CCBA. The CCBA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and was established in the 1880s in Chicago. The CCBA’s mission is to unite overseas Chinese, promote their welfare, enhance the Sino-American friendship, promulgate Chinese heritages, and conduct community services and charity events.
DOUBLE TEN PARADE ITINERARY
12:15 a.m. – Parade Participants should check in at 25th Street and Wentworth. Look for the TAP-Chicago banner. (Once we have a more specific meet up spot on the day of, we will post photos and better description on the Facebook event page.)
Drop-off: All Parade Participants should be dropped off on 26th Street and Wentworth. Participants will check in at 25th Street and Wentworth.
Parking: Transportation vehicles are encouraged to park on Archer Avenue near Princeton St.
1:00 – Parade Begins
1:00 to 1:15 – The parade will march north on Wentworth to Chinatown Gates and then west on Cermak.
1:15 to 2:00 – Parade
Contact: Grant Wu – email@example.com / 847.710.1688
To learn more about TAP-Chicago, please visit – http://tapchicago.org/
Looking for a job? TAP-Chicago is proud to be a community supporter of the 2015 Taiwan HiRecruit Job Fair. The Taiwanese Recruitment Mission delegation is coming to Chicago to hold a job fair and recruiting workshop. Come meet the leading international companies and research institutions in Taiwan! Employment opportunities are available both in Taiwan and across the Midwest. All talented professionals in the Chicago are welcome to attend FREE of charge! Please register online at http://
Walk-ins are welcome! We invite you to visit our website to schedule one-on-one interviews and to view the complete list of participating employers. We look forward to meeting you!
Saturday, October 17th 9:30AM – 2:00PM
DoubleTree Chicago (Magnificent Mile)
2nd Fl., 300 E. Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: (312) 819-7350
attn: Mia Liang
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Come join us for a fun night at the Chinatown Night Market! The event will not only have delicious Asian food and a wide range of merchants, but also exciting night market games with prizes to win. Food vendors attending include Go 4 Food, Kung Fu Tea Chicago, Naansense, PIKO TRUCK, Vora, and Yum Dum Truck! Music provided by DJ Krazy and DJ Granite. Entry to the Night Market is FREE!
Register in advance on Eventbrite at http://
And until September 18th, share the night market event on your Facebook timeline for a chance to win 2 tickets to Ho Etsu Taiko’s ROTATIONS performance, a $58 value!
The Chinatown Night Market is an 100% volunteer-run, if you would like to volunteer at the event, please visit http://goo.gl/forms/
Any questions? Contact
Darryl Tom: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Hsu: email@example.com
Organizing Committee: Anne Shaw, Darryl Tom, Hauwei Lien, Jennifer Zhang, Kelly Chen, Sophia Hsu
Graphic Designer: Jason Hsu, Social Media: Albert Zhang, Day-Of Logistics: Raymond Luo, Performance Coordinator: Sally Moy
Sponsored by the Chinatown Parking Corporation with support from TAP-Chicago.
Community Partners: A-Squared Theatre Workshop, Sophia’s Choice aka Asian Pop-Up Cinema, Asian Professionals Connect.com, Chinese Mutual Aid Association, Chinese-American Museum of Chicago – Raymond B. & Jean T. Lee Center, Ho Etsu Taiko, JASC – Japanese American Service Committee, Korean American Coalition of Chicago, Northwestern University Asian and Asian American Alumni (NU-A5), Project: VISION, and the University of Illinois Asian American Alumni Network.
Attend an exclusive program by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for business professionals of all backgrounds. Attendees will learn what the Asian American experience is like in a not-so-well-known organization. Hear first-hand perspectives from a panel of Asian American CIA officers. Each panelist will share the experiences of his or her journey to and through the CIA in a thoughtful and entertaining fashion.
Learn about what the CIA is responsible for today and how it accomplishes its mission with the assistance of Asian Americans as well as the variety of internships and career opportunities for Asian Americans within the intelligence community.
After the panel, attendees will have the opportunity to network and foster valuable connections with members of the CIA as well as other professionals in the Chicago area. Attendees will enjoy complimentary heavy appetizers and a cash bar.
Registration is free by October 20th and $5 afterward at
Registration: 6:30 pm
Panel Presentation/Q&A: 7:00 pm
Reception/Networking: 8:00 pm
Questions? Contact Connie Yip connie at tapchicago dot org
This event is sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency and presented by Chicago Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP- Chicago) and Korean American Coalition of Chicago.
Join TAP-Chicago on Tuesday, July 14th for a networking reception to recognize Chinese entrepreneurs and innovators in Chicago. Whether it’s technology, finance, consumer products, or services, Chicago is producing entrepreneurs who solve real problems for business and consumers. Please join us to celebrate innovative minds on this memorable night!
Co-hosted by Mandarin Leader and the Chicago Innovation Awards, the reception will include a panel discussion of local entrepreneurs. Among other topics, the speakers will offer insights on how Chicago can position itself as a destination for Chinese companies and investors. There is no fee for attendance, but pre-registration is required at http://
Delia Dai 312.576.4391 | delia at tapchicago dot org
Hauwei Lien 302.559.5948 | hauwei at tapchicago dot org
For more about Mandarin Leader, visit http://
For more about the Chicago Innovation Awards, visit http://