Taiwanese American Stephanie Chou is a saxophonist, singer, and composer based in New York City, whose music combines classical and Chinese influences with jazz and pop harmonies and rhythms. Stephanie has performed her music across the world – from Taipei and Beijing to NYC and Italy – and seeks to produce “global music that is artistically challenging, bold and fearless, and which presents a unique musical perspective.”
Ten years ago, Taiwanese American Yao Huang founded The Hatchery, a New-York based startup incubator, with the mission of fostering an environment in which innovation can thrive. Today, her firm partners with brands like Microsoft and Amazon to incubate innovative, early-stage companies. We sat down for a cup of coffee with her for this month’s TAP-NY Spotlight!
For our inaugural entry of TAP-NY’s Spotlight series, we caught up with Eric Sze, founder of newly-opened contemporary Chinese noodle bar The Tang, and peppered him with questions over noodles and some cans of Apple Sidra. Continue reading “The Tang’s Founder Talks Noodles, Authenticity, and Home”
TAP-NY is a 100% volunteer-run non-profit organization that exists to foster the Taiwanese American community within the NYC area. Spotlight is a publication by TAP-NY dedicated to raising Taiwanese American awareness, both within the community and across community borders. Our first article series is Spotlights, where we will be conducting deep dive interviews with prominent community members … Continue reading Introducing Spotlight by TAP-NY!