latest news

3/31/12
Eddie Huang- Buns, Blogs and BAMF! 2PM-3PM at Penn LGBT Center!

4/19/12
PTS Taiyu Workshop! Come and learn more about Taiwanese culture!

4/21/12
PTS Nightmarket! Come and enjoy all the great food, games, and awesome people!

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welcome!

Penn Taiwanese Society works to provide a network and community for Penn students who are interested in Taiwanese affairs. We hold monthly events to foster cultural enrichment for both PTS members and the greater Penn community. Examples include family group outings, bubble tea socials, educational workshops, food nights, study breaks, dim sum trips, karaoke, and our annual cultural show. PTS also strives to hold strong relationships with other APA organizations on campus with the goal of promoting unity at Penn. Through ITASA leadership retreats, national conferences, and joint events, we aspire to reach out beyond our campus and cultivate friendships and connections with other Taiwanese organizations on the East Coast. PTS is committed to bringing the best cultural experience for all those interested.

Breaking News! PTS has won the 2012 PAACH Outstanding Student Organization Award! Congrats to everyone on board who has done a fantastic job this year, and to all the general body members who keep supporting us!

PTS Board 2012


Congratulations to the newly elected PTS Executive Board of 2012-2013!
Co-President: Ben Watkins
Co-President: Kaileen Yeh
Internal VP: Jeffrey Yeh
External VP: Franklin Jeng
Co-Social VP: Florence Sit
Co-Social VP: Curtis Lee
Financial VP: James Chai
Cultural VP: Tiffany Yau

on deck

The following list includes upcoming events that PTS is sponsoring and/or participating in:

Eddie Huang 2012

Eddie Huang- Buns, Blogs and BAMF

When: Saturday, 3/31 2-3PM
Where: Penn LGBT Center

Joined by Penn Gastronomy Club and Sangam, PTS presents Eddie Huang. He will speak of his experiences struggling with the so-called “Bamboo Ceiling” in industries ranging from food to blogging - and how he ultimately crushes it.

FREE ADMISSION!

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Fall 2009 Newsletter (5.1MB)
Fall 2008 Newsletter (56.6MB)
Spring 2009 Senior Video (28.0MB)