If you are a business owner or any size business from entrepreneurial to major company…and you are also a member of the LGBT community, there is a national Chamber of Commerce just for you with a wealth of resources and partnerships. Whether you join as an individual member or a business, the NGLCC has opportunities for growing your business. If your business qualifies for NGLCC certification, the doors will open for an opportunity to do business with a multitude of major corporations.
Launched in 2002, Taiwantrade is Taiwan’s national B2B e-commerce portal. Taiwantrade is organized by Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs and operated by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). Taiwantrade is backed by a global network of 120+ offices to assist businesses everywhere in finding quality suppliers and products from Taiwan.
New York Chinese Cultural Center’s School of the Arts offers a comprehensive curriculum of Chinese dance, martial arts, Beijing opera acrobatics and weaponry, Chinese language, ink brush painting, and paper cutting for students of all ages. Learn how to artfully master the sword or ribbon, how to create works of art out of brush and paper, or simply how to stay fit! With so many choices from beginner to advanced, there’s sure to be a class that’s right for you! All classes are grouped according to age and skill level.
Flushing Town Hall, was built in 1862 with an upstairs assembly hall for military recruits for the Civil War, while the ground floor housed Flushing’s civic offices. The lobby contained a bank branch. After the war the upstairs assembly hall continued to host community meetings and dances. Protected by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1967, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Today, Flushing Town Hall’s facilities include a 308-seat concert hall/theater, a gallery, a classroom, offices, a garden that accommodates up to 250 people for outdoor events, and a gift shop.
NAAAP is the largest and fastest growing association for Asian professionals with 27 chapters in North America. Through career development events, mentoring programs, community service, and online webinars, NAAAP works with employers and Asian professionals to make leaders. NAAAP will be celebrating its 30th anniversary with a Convention and free Career Fair in its birthplace, New York on Aug. 23-25 at the Hilton NY.
TAP New York is a passionate group of individuals dedicated to building the Taiwanese American community in New York. We strive to creatively engage in activities that harness and showcase the Taiwanese American spirit.
As a board, we are built upon the pillars of having balanced viewpoints, integrity, and excellence. We are candidly honest with one another and expect ourselves to follow through on our responsibilities. We believe strongly in continual self-improvement and empower one another to achieve both our own ambitions and the goals of the organization.
Chinatownology is a website devoted to the history and study of Chinatowns all over the world. Read abut and see photos of various Chinatown locations in many different countries. Sign up for free newsletter.