In 2013, TAHS was registered
in Internal Revenue Service
as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation
Tax ID No. 46-4005384
The purposes of TAHS shall be:
a. To collect and preserve documents, news publications, articles, books, memoirs, photographs, artifacts and related historical objects.
b. To research, interpret, and publish articles and books on the subjects related to the history, politics, and culture of Taiwanese American.
c. To preserve the heritage, tradition and culture of Taiwan.
d. To educate the Taiwanese Americans descendants and the public about the Taiwanese American values, culture, and history.
成立網站 www.TAhistory.org 用來記錄收載台美人的足跡史料，是最輕便的工具，半年來已超過一萬二千人參訪，讀者遍及美國甚至台灣。
• In 2013, TAHS was registered in
Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation
Tax ID No. 46-4005384
The following are selected few Major Events:
** The Historical Lecture on Western Medicine introduced to Tainan, Taiwan
Presented by Medical ProfessorAlbert Chu, Jen from St. Louis, Missouri
** Dr. Ray C. Lee one of our board members presented the topic ” Writing a Taiwanese Genealogy in the U.S.A.” in several locations, including Taiwan Center in L.A., Orange county,
and San Jose. He also introduced The Taiwanese American Historical Society to the audience
in San Jose.
** Historical Society co-sponsor with Human Right groups observed the 67th Peace Day 228
in Taiwan. More than 100 people attended.
** March 2 afternoon at LA Taiwan Center Auditorium, open to public
In Memory of Professor Chai, Trong-Rong
Historical Society together with 8 other Taiwanese American community groups in
So. Cal. organized this event. There are quite a few VIP spoke on the stage. The full video was
shown on our web site. We presented a special new song for Prof. Chai. The Taiwan Center
Chorus also presented two Taiwanese songs.
Most of our board members were there with other 200 people.
** Review Panel : History of Taiwanese Association in Los Angeles ( Formosan Club )
Three speakers were Prof. Huang, Ken
Liu, Thian Liong Ph.D.
Chen, Ching Lin Ph.D.
** The Democracy in Taiwan —– Discussion panel
monitor: Chen, Long
** Special guest from Taiwan, Kang, Ning-hsiang, he was one of the leaders and spokesman for the native Taiwanese in 1970-1990. He signed his memoir published in Nov. 2013 to the audience. He was a brave publisher and also a writer.
Taiwanese American Historical Society
8220 Behan Way
San Gabriel, CA 91775
創會會長︰楊嘉猷, Charles C. Yang
會長, President︰鄭炳全 Franklin Cheng