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TAS continues to offer an excellent education thanks to the support of its community members. We encourage our alumni to contribute in any way, big or small, and recognize them for their contributions. Every year, alumni have the opportunity to contribute by sponsoring our events.
The TAS Alumni Office is looking to design a new alumni logo to replace our current logo. We are seeking all designers within the alumni community to create a new image to represent our growing community of more than 10,000 alumni worldwide. This is a pro bono submission as a contribution to the community. We would love to see one of your designs be the new image of the TAS Alumni Office as a symbol to connect us all!
Where is Taiwan headed in the 21st century? Who will come here to live, work, and invest? How will Taiwan stay relevant on the world stage? Many people in Taiwan may want to debate these weighty questions, but David Chang ’99 is actively working on an answer. After working in politics and law in New York state, he moved back in 2010 to work on projects that would impact Taiwan. Through the translation platform WordCorp and his new project Crossroads (www.crossroads.tw), David hopes to make it easier for companies and individuals to come to Taiwan and for companies and individuals in Taiwan to make their mark on the world.
Imagine marrying a girl you met in high school forty years later. This may sound like the plot of a Nicholas Sparks novel, but it is the actual real-life story of Lesley Hall ’79 and Jim Smith ’78. Forty years ago, they both lived in Taipei, where they attended TAS. Four years ago, their lives reconverged at a TAS reunion in Virginia. This year, they tied the knot in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Juliana Chang '15 is making her screenwriting and directing debut in Many Names, a short film which explores "the daily labor of deciding how to present yourself". Many Names took third place in the AT&T Create-a-thon competition in June 2018.