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Join hundreds of other young professionals from Chicagoland area as we celebrate the Taiwanese heritage with great Taiwanese food, music, open bar & raffle.

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Featured Taiwanese Dishes


Pork Thick Soup

t.m. Basil


Tofu Pudding

南北和 Chinese Cafe


Ba Wan/Taiwanese Mega-Dumpling

南北和 Chinese Cafe





Braised Pork Rice



Chicken Rolls

t.m. Basil


Fried Rice Noodles

t.m. Basil


Gua bao/Steamed Pork Sandwich



Fried Chicken



Shaved Ice

Taipei Cafe 小台北

Where is it?

Kitchen Chicago
327 N Bell Ave. Chicago, IL 60612
Parking Instruction:

When is it happening?

Sunday 5/21/2017
5:30PM - 8:30PM

Our Community Partners

TJCCC is a non-profit organization affiliated with TJCCNA (Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce North America).
The mission of our organization is to:

  • Establish a professional and social network in the City of Chicago,
  • Promote entrepreneurship and career goals,
  • Promote mutual contacts, friendship, and exchange of information and ideas among TJCCC members,
  • Assist each other in the development of their enterprises.

The Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Chicago (TACCGC) was established in 1988 as a not-for-profit organization.

KAC-Chicago (KACC) was founded in 2002 & has established itself as one of the leading organizations for the 1.52 generation of Korean Americans in Chicago.

TAP-Chicago is an Illinois not-for-profit organization founded in 2008 to help strengthen and unite the Taiwanese American community in Chicagoland.

Lunar Ball attracts 800+ of Chicago’s most accomplished young professionals from over 30 organizations for an evening of drinks, food, entertainment, and networking.

Ascene NFP exists as a platform to educate, inform, and connect the Asian American community. Ascene Chicago is bonded by a common vision of promoting unity within the community and seeks to educate, collaborate and stimulate dialogue amongst Asian American organizations, institutions, Asian immigrants and the community. Ascene also engages in various projects and programs that promote the Asian culture in American society.

The mission of the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago (CAMOC) is to promote the culture and history––through exhibitions, education, and research––of Chinese-Americans in the Midwest.
CAMOC is governed by the Board of Directors of the Chinatown Museum Foundation (CMF), a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation located in Chicago, Illinois.

Who’s sponsoring this event?

Food & Beverage