Time: 7pm-9:30pm, Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Location: MIT Building 4, Room 4-163 182 Memorial Dr., Cambridge, MA
7月9日星期三晚上7:00在MIT 4-163教室, 青商會與MIT ROCSA邀請到在臺北力推青年職涯發展、幸福企業的臺
活動免費，open to public。
As a member of TYCCNE, you are eligible for discounted personal access to Zipcar including reduced Weekday rates, more than half off the annual fee, and exemption from the application fee! Only 3 steps:
*If you currently hold a personal Zipcar membership and wish to be added to the member discount, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and Zip card number.
TYCCNE Weekday driving discount:
*Please note that this discount does not apply on Weekends or to our $8.25 hourly-only vehicles ,
|Premium vehicles, and cargo vans. Discount may adjust due to market (11/2013)* Fees||TYCCNE Employees||Standard members|
|Annual Membership Fee||$25||$60|
|Weekday Rates||Weekday Rates|
|Hourly Rates||$10 flat rate||$11 – $15|
|Daily Rates (24 hour period)||$71 flat rate||$74 – $120|
|7am – 7pm rate||$61||NA|
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Last year, our successful blood drive on MIT campus attracted 44 enthusiastic blood donors. This year, five non-profit organizations, TYCCNE, Taiwanese American Professionals Boston (TAP-Boston), Monte Jade of New England (MJNE), Federation of Taiwanese Student Associations in New England (FTSANE), and Boston University Taiwanese Student Association (BUTSA), will work hand-in-hand to host the American Red Cross for a community blood drive in Newton Highlands on May 3rd (Sat).
Thanks to our sponsors, donors will receive a free lunch pack from Cumberland Farms, delicious Taiwanese snacks from Infusions Tea Spa and Yi Soon Bakery, as well as a $5 voucher redeemable at Newton Taiwan Day fair.
This blood drive will be held along with Newton Taiwan Day, a family-friendly fair celebrating Taiwanese culture with parade, performance, and delicious foods. TYCCNE will have our own booth, where guests can find mouthwatering Taiwanese sausages, hard tofu, and sweet tofu pudding. Please come visit us!
We sincerely invite you and your friends to save lives with us and enjoy the fun event. Walk-in donors are welcome, but donors with pre-registration will take priority. Donor eligibility includes: Healthy man or woman, at least 17 years of age, weigh at least 110 lbs, bringing photo ID.
Time: 11 am – 4 pm, May 3, 2014 (Saturday)
Public transportation: 5 minute walk from MBTA Newton Highland Station (Green Line – D)
Time: 6:30pm, Thursday, March 20, 2014
Location: MIT Media Lab, room 244
Building E14, 75 Amherst Street
協辦：駐波士頓臺北經濟文化辦事處教育組 Education Division, TECO / Boston
《 SeeDiq Bale》 is the most famous Taiwanese historical film directed by Wei Te-Sheng and produced by John Woo, based on Wushe Incident that happened in central Taiwan in 1930. This March, we are very honored to invite Dr. Yu-lin Lee, the visiting Taiwanese literature scholar at Harvard University, to be our WeMeet guest speaker. Dr. Lee will bring us back to the Wushe incident and focus on the movie plot and its influence on current Taiwanese culture and politics.
Event organization: Taiwan Youth Camber of Commerce of New England (TYCCNE)
Event collaboration: Education Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston (TECOB)
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/music-next-wemeet-series-tickets-10007523773 (This event is free and open to public.)
Taiwan Youth Chamber of Commerce of New England (TYCCNE) is deputing its first WeMeet in 2014 with a fascinating discussion on music around the world as well as career as a musician. Live steel drum music will be performed.
Invited speakers include: Ming-Hui Lin, founding member of the New England String Quartet and faculty at the NEC Prep School; Dr. Rosey Lee, Professor at Berklee College of Music; and Ssu-Yun Wang, recent graduate from Berklee College of Music.
Ming-Hui Lin is a founding member and cellist of the New England String Quartet, faculty member at the NEC Prep School, and the music director of the Boston Youth Music Charity group. Ms. Lin’s passion and career path to chamber music, education, and community engagements is a small step towards accomplishing one of her own lifetime goals, which is to give back to the world through her music and communication skill.
Dr. Rosey Lee received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 1999 from Boston University and is a Professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Her research in traditional Japanese music has received several grants and fellowships. She has written several works for concert band and symphony orchestra as well as outstanding solo and chamber works. Her compositions for piano, Sonata in Three Movements and 24 Solar Terms, were released by Centaur Records in 2008. Her music has been performed and recorded around the world.
Ssu-yun Wang recently graduated from Berklee College of Music, where she majored in jazz vibraphone performance and fell in love with the steel drum. She is now in an apprenticeship with “the Father of the modern steel drum”- the steel drum innovator Dr. Ellie Mannette, learning tuning and steel drum production.
TYCCNE, founded in 2010, is a registered non-profit organization committed to serving as a platform for community service, personal development, and cross-cultural dialogue in greater Boston area. Detailed information can be found on the group’s website https://www.tyccne.org or facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/541065142615368/
The first ever Taiwan IDEAS Boston Day will take place on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 5:00pm at the CIC’s Venture Cafe. The purpose of this event is to present Taiwan’s top early-stage startups to potential investors and the startup community in the New England area. Taiwan IDEAS Day Boston is part of the greater Taiwan IDEAS initiative sponsored by Taiwan’s Office of Science and Technology, Executive Yuan (Executive Cabinet) and managed by the Institute for Information Industry. The Boston initiative is a new effort to promote Taiwan’s innovation and entrepreneurship throughout the world.
Please join us in the Double Tenth Day parade from Boston Chinatown Gateway to Boston City Hall Plaza to celebrate the 102nd birthday of ROC (Taiwan).
We will be gathering at 11 Hudson Street (outside Happy Family Food Market). Please find TYCCNE banner to join us. The first 15 people joining us at gathering will get our TYCCNE limited t-shirt for FREE ($25 retail price)!!!
Ever considered whether you should get an MBA? What are the benefits and costs of an MBA? How will an MBA help in your intended career path? Deciding whether to pursue an MBA is an important decision in the minds of many young professionals, and TYCCNE has invited two experienced speakers to help answer these questions, and many more.
TYCCNE is honored to invite Steven Chen and Johnny Kwan as our speakers for this event. Steven and Johnny are both experienced working professionals who have completed an MBA, and they will share their experiences and views on the topic “MBA or Not?”. Below is a brief introduction of our speakers.
VP of Strategy & Business Development
Steven is currently working on a Boston-based startup, OhYouHero, founded to address the problem of long-term unemployment. The team is building a business on the belief that nobody who wants to work should be without work. We are driven by the ideals of self-confidence, individual empowerment, and community pride.
Prior to OhYouHero, Steven was a summer MBA intern at The Music Center in Los Angeles where he worked on the organization’s strategic plan. He began his career at Cambridge Associates where he worked on internal strategic initiatives and advised foundations, universities, and private clients ranging in size from $150 million to $3 billion. On the side, Steven has played the violin for over 20 years, is an avid chamber musician, and currently serves as the assistant concertmaster for the Mercury Orchestra. He co-founded and is President of Taiwanese American Professionals – Boston. Furthermore, he believes in the value of mentorship and works with Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center to help high school students navigate through the college application process.
Steven earned an AB in economics from Princeton University in 2008, and an MBA from MIT Sloan in 2013.
Strategy & Transformation
IBM Global Services
Johnny Kwan is a strategy consultant with IBM Global Services. He helps large and global companies across multiple industries define and implement web and Intranet strategies and transformation programs through the use of social business and collaboration technologies. He has helped large corporations successfully implement large scale collaboration events and define and refine business processes. He has over 15 years experience leading and working on full lifecycle projects starting with planning and requirements gathering through implementation. During his career at IBM he has also contributed to authoring white papers, created and led internal online communities, and is a patent holder for an innovative method for staffing resources. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan in 2001, and his BA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991.
Speaker: Ben Wang, AIA, Principal at Architectural Resources Cambridge
Moderator: Ming-Jen Hsueh, Landscape Architect at Sasaki Associates
Moderator: Zor Lee, Architect at NBBJ
Host: Ellen Kuo, Structural Engineer at SMMA
A building creates an identity in the surrounding environment and represents the vision of its owner and designers. Architects-they transform occupancy needs into conceptual design incorporating all elements and details; coordinate with engineers and designers to issue construction documents complying to codes and regulations; and work with the construction team to erect building structure meeting budget, deadlines and quality standards. The primary role of architects in a project is to act as a leader to coordinate with all disciplines to design and issue documents in a holistic approach. Encompassing all aspects of a project into consideration, architects study building’s functionality and durability, while at the same, integrate aesthetic appeal.
Ben Wang, Principal at Architectural Resources Cambridge, will show you what architects do other than cad drafting and scale-model building. Graduated from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1976, he has almost 40 years of experience in architecture and is an active member of both American Institute of Architects and Boston Society of Architects. Ben will give us a tour of ARC, share his background and experiences, and present his on-going project- NMR Thai Buddhist Temple in Raynham, MA. To learn more about history, art and key elements of architecture, please join us on Thursday, August 15th. Please visit the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1406398866240205/ and RSVP via https://wemeet7.eventbrite.com/ to be on the guest list.