Itasa 2015 East Coast Conference: Interface

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Itasa 2015 East Coast Conference: Interface

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The official Facebook event of the ITASA East Coast Conference held at the University of Pennsylvania in 2015! We are proud to present "Interface: Thriving in the Age of Connectivity" from February 12th-15th. It's all about connecting, discovering and engaging with all aspects of your identity in the same way that we tweet, reblog, and double tap on social media. Join us for three days packed with fun events, inspiring talks, and great people from across the east coast! Check out the following highlights! A keynote address given by Bing Chen, Penn alum and co-founder of Victorious, a new media platform that connects creative communities. As the YouTube Head of Global Development and Management, he has worked with many YouTube personalities and has vaulted his way onto Forbes' 30 under 30 in 2014. Workshops given by passionate and innovative minds such as Stephanie Chang, state representative-elect for the Michigan house, Tim Ouyang, lead singer for the band Tim Be Told, George Shaw, musical composer for many popular YouTube videos, Joyce Meng, co-founder and CEO of Givology, and much more. Fun social events including our Tinder-themed "Swipe Right Night," Trivia Crack Quizzo, our Night Market Extravaganza, a delicious Taiwanese Brunch, super classy banquet, and Valentine's Day After Party! For the full list of events and to register if a non-Penn student, go to our website at! For Penn students only, we are offering a very special deal: $25 for select events and $50 for the whole package. Here's how to register: 1) Fill out this Google form: , 2) Send us your payment via Venmo to our account at with the following format, "Name - UPenn Registration" Questions and concerns can be directed to Curtis Lee at Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association (ITASA) is a nonprofit organization providing events and resources that explore and celebrate Taiwanese American identity in order to inspire, empower, and activate its community.
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