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7/17/2011 HOUSTON, TEXAS – Taiwanese dance troupes, music and food are just some of the many activities families will enjoy as the Houston Asian Jaycee Foundation hosts the city’s first Taiwan ROC 100 Festival, a centennial celebration honoring the establishment of the Republic of China (ROC), September 24 – 25 from 11 am – 6 pm.

Located at the Stafford Center (10505 Cash Road near Highway 59 and Murphy Road), the festival grounds will stretch across ten acres and feature a variety of authentic, multicultural fare from local restaurants, live entertainment, pop concerts, traditional martial arts demonstrations and more.

Attendees also will find a specialty play area for children of all ages filled with moonwalks, crafts and other fun activities.
Admission to the Taiwan ROC 100 Festival is $7 for adults. Children 10 years and under are free. Families may also purchase pre-sale tickets on the festival’s website, www.roc100.yolasite.com from July 1st, 2011 to September 1st, 2011 which includes a $2 credit for concession items.
Limited free parking for the Taiwan ROC 100 Festival will be available along Murphy and Cash Rd.

“We are honored to host to such a historical celebration,” says Joanne Cheng, president of the Houston Asian Jaycee Foundation. “The Taiwan ROC 100 Festival is the perfect opportunity for families of all backgrounds to see and experience the culture of Taiwan’s rich history.”
Proceeds from the Taiwan ROC 100 Festival will benefit the Houston Asian Junior Chamber’s educational and community-service programs. A showcase of local Taiwanese-owned businesses also will be onsite during the festival.
For up-to-date information on entertainment, vendors and parking locations, visit www.roc100.yolasite.com/