National Advocacy Conference

We Gather to Speak out for Taiwan Together


FAPA National Advocacy Conference is mainly for its members in the United States. This is a three-day event where FAPA members discuss the status of US-Taiwan relations and major Taiwan-related initiatives on the Capitol Hill. Participants also learn and practice lobbying skills before visiting the offices representing their districts during the third day of the National Advocacy Conference. In 2019, FAPA members attending the Conference visited 86 Congressional offices in total.

Program Overview

  • The conference is now open for everyone to watch.
  • Please enter the meeting room below 5 minutes before the meeting starts.
  • For the quality of the meeting, we will mute the participants and use the chatroom for questions and comments.
  • We highly recommend people joining the meeting on their computers.

Session I: Taiwan Fellowship Act

Richard Pearson
Executive Director, Western Pacific Fellowship Project

Session II: Prospect of US-Taiwan Relations: 2020-2024 (Off-the-record)

Hsiao Bi-khim
Taiwan Ambassador to the U.S.

Session III: How to Do Congressional Advocacy & Issues of Concern

Coen Blaauw
Executive Director, FAPR

Dee Wu
Policy Analyst, FAPA




August 15

Open for RSVP

Sep 2

Last Day for RSVP

Sep 4

Send Confirmation Email

Sep 12

Conference Day
  • Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation.