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Harvard Taiwanese Cultural Society


A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US


Harvard Taiwanese Cultural Society is a student-run organization at Harvard College dedicated to promoting the culture and heritage of Taiwan and Taiwanese-Americans. From cultural events like making dumplings (from scratch!) to social events like karaoke to special events like our annual Nightmarket, TCS explores the Taiwanese culture from a variety aspects! Our goal is to enhance awareness of Taiwanese culture and to provide a place for those interested in Taiwan to further develop their understanding.

Vision: To foster a community in which people of all backgrounds can share, explore, and further develop an interest in Taiwanese culture.
Mission: We are a student-run organization at Harvard College dedicated to promoting the culture and heritage of Taiwan and Taiwanese-Americans. From cultural events like dumpling workshops to social events like karaoke to special events like our annual Nightmarket, TCS explores the Taiwanese culture from a variety aspects! Our Constitution.






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2015 Board


Annie

Annie Lin '17,
Co-President

Annie is a sophomore in Dunster, concentrating in Computer Science. She is also active in Women in Computer Science and the Rubik's Cube Club, though she does not consider herself very fast. Her other hobbies are like that of an old person- knitting, gardening, biking slowly, and collecting knick-knacks.

Manizha

Manizha Kholmatov '17,
Co-President

I'm Manizha, an HEB concentrator living in Winthrop house. I also work at Widener Library in the Phillips Reading Room! I love meeting new people, photography and reading.

Joy

Joy Hui '16,
Vice-President

Joy is a junior living in Quincy, the People's House. She is studying electrical engineering, and enjoys exploring new restaurants and reading fantasy and science fiction. Joy is also a member of CHANCE Tutors, Chinatown ESL, HCFA, and occasionally gets schoolwork done as well.

Lloyd

Lloyd Chen '17,
Vice-President

Lloyd is a sophomore in Winthrop house. Originally from New Haven (relax), he's thinking of concentrating in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology with a secondary in Women and Gender Studies, but honestly has no idea what he's doing with his life. Lloyd loves eating, bubble tea, and meeting new people!

Monica

Monica Lin '17,
Secretary

I'm Monica, a sophomore in Dunster House. I'm from Chicago and plan on concentrating in Chemistry with a possible secondary in Neurobiology. I enjoy reading novels, eating fruit, and traveling to Taiwan.

Michelle

Michelle Ko '18,
Co-Finance Chair

Michelle is a freshman currently living in Thayer. She's originally from sunny Southern California (what is snow? when will it stop raining?) and her concentration is undecided. Michelle enjoys dancing, listening to music (especially Sam Smith), watching TV/ movies, and most importantly eating, as evidenced by her Snap Stories. Michelle's very excited to be part of TCS Board this year and can't wait for all to come in this upcoming school year!

Andy

Andy Wang '18,
Co-Finance Chair

Andy is a freshman in Holworthy, who came from Taiwan and also lived in Canada for six years. He's interested in the life sciences, mango shaved ice, and getting to know new people. He also loves to play viola, compete in volleyball, and watch TV shows. He is looking forward to a fun year in in TCS!

Belle

Belle Lee '18,
Co-Social Chair

Belle is a freshman living in Wigglesworth. She is undecided in concentration because she loves biology as much as she loves history. Originally from California's Bay Area, Belle loves learning new languages, eating, singing, spending time with animals and meeting other people who are also hella chill.

Huey

Hueyjong (Huey) Shih '18,
Co-Social Chair

Huey is a freshman living in Hurlbut. He is originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland and is interested in studying biology and economics. Some of his hobbies include playing violin, tennis, frisbee, and ping-pong. Huey has been exposed to Taiwanese culture for most of his life through his grandparents and is looking forward to serving as a freshman representative for TCS!

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