Offer and organize social and cultural programs that promote Taiwan and its people and culture
Organize social events to foster relationships among members that include Taiwanese, Taiwanese Americans, and all interested parties living in Madison, WI and surrounding communities
Offer assistance or provide advice to members in the areas of, but not limited to, living, legal, or financial matters
Maintain a strong relationship with Taiwanese and Taiwanese American students attending UW-Madison and other regional schools through activities such as sports and social events
Relay information between members and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago (TECO)
Be involved in charity activities (such as disaster relief) locally, domestically, or internationally
Provide a forum for second or later generations of Taiwanese Americans to connect or interact with, and to facilitate exchange programs (e.g. Taiwan Tech Trek)
TAM is open to people from Taiwan and people who are friends of Taiwan, who support TAM’s mission. Anyone who is interested to join can register and pay membership fee to become a member. TAM offers two kinds of memberships: family and individual. Click here to register.
TAM is a non-profit organization. It was first established in late 1950’s. Initially, the association was eatablished by Taiwanese Students who attended the graduate schools at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Today, TAM members consist of people from Taiwan at various stages as well as friends of Taiwan. Our members include students and families. They either stay in Madison after graduation; or moved into the area from other states for various reasons. They work either professionally or pursue their own business interests in the Madison area.
President: Jon Chang
Vice President: Li-Fang Yang