2022 National Advocacy Conference

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Washington, D.C.

Basic Registration Fee

($50 program fee + $50 deposit)

($100 program fee + $50 deposit)


The purpose of the Conference is to provide a chance for FAPA members to learn the basics of U.S.-Taiwan Relations and explore the sense of advocacy, which can equip them with the skills to voice out for Taiwan.

The three-day Conference will include discussions on U.S.-Taiwan relations, Taiwan’s international space, and finally, the chance for you to put everything you learned into action on Capitol Hill. The Conference is an opportunity to sharpen your advocacy skills for a cause that is dear to you.

In addition, as we are celebrating the FAPA 40th anniversary, you are cordially invited to the FAPA 40th Anniversary Banquet on September 17.


  • Date: September 17 (Sat) to September 19 (Mon)
  • Aircode: DCA (Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport) 
  • Registration Deadline: August 21, 2022


Your registration is considered complete after we receive your full payment.

HQ will send an email to you, which contains your advocacy group, instructions on how to make congressional appointments, and this year’s issues of concern.

Discuss with your group members and make appointment with your Representative.

Join the Advocacy Conference to learn advocacy and practice in your next meeting.


  • Twin Oaks Visit: 11:30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m.
  • FAPA 40th Anniversary Banquet: 5 p.m.

HQ organizes a whole-day workshop to sharpen your advocacy skills.

It is time to voice out for Taiwan!

Advocacy Group & Materials

Once registered, you will be assigned to an advocacy group with people from the same state. We will send you the group assignment with other advocacy materials on August 22.

Congressional Meetings

We expect attendees to reach out to their elected officials and have meetings, where they will have a chance to display the advocacy skills they have acquired from the workshops.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jenell Tsai at [email protected].


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