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2019
01/12
The Greater Washington area held a Flag Raising Ceremony
  The 108th New Year's Day Flag Raising Ceremony organized by the Taiwan Benevolent Association of Greater Washington DC, R.O.C. Veterans Association in Washington D.C. and The Huangpu Alumni Association in Washington D.C. was held at Richard Montgomery High School, Montgomery, Maryland on January 1 at 10 am.The overseas Chinese community leaders in the Washington DC area rendered their enthusiastic attendance. A total of about 600 people attended this event.
2018
12/27
Flag Raising Ceremony to be held in D.C. area to celebrate the New Year's Day
There will be a Flag Raising Ceremony held on January 1 to celebrate 2019 New Year’s Day at Richard Montgomery High School by Taiwan Benevolent Association of Greater Washington DC, R.O.C. Veterans Association in Washington D.C., and The Huangpu Alumni Association in Washington D.C. Representative Kao of the Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office in the U.S.A. will attend this event. After the ceremony, TECRO is having a New Year's Gathering and Banquet in the cafeteria of Richard Montgomery High. The ceremony will be started at 10:30 A.M. sharp. Everybody is welcome to join our celebration.
2018
12/19
The Tzu Chi Foundation (Washington D.C. chapter) held a charity bazaar event
The Tzu Chi Foundation (Washington D.C. chapter) held a charity bazaar event on December 15th at the Culture Center of TECRO. Recently, America faces non-stop natural disaster-North Carolina Hurricane, Florida Hurricane, South California wildfire, etc., many people have lost their homes all in a sudden. Therefore, Tzu Chi volunteers from all over the United States walk in the disaster area to assist the victims to rebuild their homes. Unity is strength. They raise a charity bazaar event to encourage donating. There are many local food and gift booths at the event site and the charity income will all be donated to the victims who are suffer from those disaster. Everyone at the event was gathering love and assistance to the victims with enthusiasm.
2018
11/29
Paint Branch Elementary School Students Visited the Culture Center of TECRO
Paint Branch Elementary School of Prince George County 2rd grade 40 students visited the Culture Center of TECOR on November 15th.  Lead by Miss Liu and welcomed by Culture Center Director Shihchih Chen and the Deputy Director Miss Yiju Wang and the Culture Instructor Mrs. Chiang and Mrs. Huang。     This group of non-Chinese descendants was introduced the Franz porcelains、Taiwanese puppet show figurines、the Techno Prince figure and Hakka paper umbrellas as well as paintings and crafts from Taiwan.  They also watched a film introducing a typical touring day in Taiwan with plenty of outdoor activities and gourmet food. All students enthusiastically participated the Q&As afterward and awarded with small gifts.  Finally the dough-clad-making Instructor Miss Huang taught everybody how to make a traditional dough-clad figurine. Everybody, including the Reid Temple teachers who came along with the students, proudly finished the work and had their own product.  They all experienced a tour with deep Taiwanese culture and renovation ideas in diversities.。  
2018
11/17
Culture Center of TECRO Held Movie Appreciation Day
FASCA Washington D.C. Chapter held a movie appreciation event of "Beyond Beauty-Taiwan From Above" in the afternoon of November 10th, at Culture Center of TECRO, around 40 people attended. This film was made by the late director Mr. Po-Lin Chi¸ who spent nearly 3 years, 400 helicopter flight hours aerial photography taking us to understand the beauty and sadness of Taiwan's environment. It touched audiences and brought up the awareness of the importance of environmental and ecological protection.