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TANG has truly played a part into how I’ve come to define myself and taught me what I truly should aspire to be. I’m inspired by the giving nature and lighthearted family we foster at TANG and how I learn from each individual I encounter. TANG gave me the opportunity to lead and guided me to a more confident self.
Jessica LeeTANG Program Counselor
My favorite part of TANG was definitely small group. I felt very comfortable with my counselors because they created an environment that encouraged us to participate. Having others in the group share just as much and really understand what I was saying helped make small group a safe space.
Rebecca YehHigh School Program Participant
The weekend turned out to be so much more than I expected. We reconnected with old college friends, long past our days running our Taiwanese American Student Association and ITASA. We met new friends who like us were returning to TAC/EC for the first time in years. During the meals when all 3 generations were in the same cafeteria, we had opportunities to talk to our parents’ friends, to our friends’ parents, and to our friends’ children.
Jimmy YangTANG parent
Every year I go to TANG and it reminds me of how much of a giving community it is. Counselors give to campers, Program Directors give to counselors, Executive Directors give to Program Directors, and the campers give to everyone in this incredible learning experience that teaches all of us a little more about ourselves every time we go.
Megan KaoTANG Program Director
It’s been a long time since I’ve had the time and space think seriously about where I came from and where I’m going in life, and having honest conversations with kids and teens struggling with these questions reminded me you’re never too old to be asking them.
Arthur Chu2015 Guest Speaker