2019 American Taiwanese Heritage Week - Shinergy Puppet North American Tour

The Overseas Chinese Affairs Council is bringing the exciting Taiwanese traditional puppet show to the Bay Area!! It infuses the tradition performance with modern lighting show, immersive sound, and twist of new age dynamic. It re-energizing the new vision of Taiwan's traditional culture and it is truly a one of the kind.

Each showing will have both Chinese and English presentation. The opportunity like this is rare. Make sure you don't miss it!!

Showtime: 5/12/19 (Sunday) 14:00 to 4:00 (1:30 pm Admission)

Places: Jinshan Bay Area Overseas Chinese Culture and Education Center

100 S. Milpitas Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035

Ticket Tel: Jane: (650) 291-1422 | Betty: (510) 676-6820

The Dahlias are four circus artists who bring together a broad set of specialties and a combined 40 years of artistic/performance experience in circus. We have been training and performing together for years and while we all share a passion for the circus, we each bring a unique collection of skills and experience to the stage.

We pride ourselves on not only providing high caliber, top notch cirque performance but also on collaborating with clients to envision entertainment experiences and curate the perfect program. Beyond individual circus acts, we offer entertainment as one coordinated, cohesive ensemble. The Dahlias can be booked in combinations of our solo, duo, and group acts with custom costuming or choreography.

At Irvington JTASA our mission is to promote Taiwanese culture throughout our community whether that's through giving back or performing.

As a part of the JTSA (Junior Taiwanese American Student Association) was founded to give high school students a chance to connect with their culture. Although it was first established in Southern California, the Northern California division has been blooming ever since. Irvington JTASA is one of the 5 schools that are apart of NorCal: Mission San Jose, Lynbrook, Cupertino, Irvington, and Milpitas High School. The current advisors are Richard Ju and Jennifer Lau, all JTASA alumnis.

Irvington JTASA was founded by Jessica Lee in 2011, and from then it started to grow. As of 2017, we have spread Taiwanese culture in the form of dance performances, making traditional Taiwanese costumes, creating powerpoints to learn about the culture (and presenting it), and the list stretches on.

Although the Taiwanese community is small, we want to band together this family and welcome other cultures to be a part of our mission. We hope to spread Taiwanese culture through our spirit and eagerness to learn. Thank you for joining our journey!

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