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Texas Asian Foundation’s Fundraiser for Japan

The Texas Asian Foundation (TAF), along with Tokyo Electron and the Japan-America Society of Greater Austin, is hosting a fundraising event for the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami this Thursday, March 17 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at a private residence. Featured performers include Anaya, a top SXSW band from Korea, as well as local performers Michael Tiva and Sarah Hargis, who will perform traditional Japanese music.

The Texas Asian Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and an affiliate of the Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce (TACC). All donations are tax-deductible and 100 percent of all money raised will go to relief in Japan. Donations can also be made online at or also mailed to TAF c/o Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 29618, Austin, TX 78755.

Fund generated will be sent DIRECTLY to those who need it most in Japan. TACC Board Chair Jim Yatsu will personally deliver the funds raised from the event during the week of March 21. Mr. Yatsu will be working closely with Tokyo Electron, the largest Japanese company in Central Texas, and the Japan-America Society of Greater Austin, to distribute these funds.

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy the music of a top international SXSW Band, as well as from local musicians, in an intimate setting with food donated from local restaurants.

Anaya is the winner of many international top awards, and is known for its innovative mixing of traditional and modern music. Anaya‘s greatest fame comes from “pioneering a new genre of music and sound with modern rap and the beatbox form while preserving the traditional arts,” according to music critic Kim Hyung-Chan.

Also performing are local musicians Michael Tiva and Sarah Jane Hargis who will perform traditional Japanese music. Mr. Tiva was so moved by the tragedy in Japan that he composed his own variation of the traditional song, “Moon Over the Ruined Castle,” which he and Ms. Hargis will perform.

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This event came together thanks to the generous donations of many local businesses and individuals who have contributed their time, talents, goods and services. Special thanks to Lucia and John Hur, who have volunteered their grand home for this event, and also to Dr. Foo Swasdee, owner of Satay Restaurant, lead food sponsor for the event.

Thank you also to event partners Tokyo Electron and Japan-America Society of Greater Austin, and also to the Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce for logistical support. A big thank you food donors: Satay Restaurant, Get Sum Dim Sum, Benihana, Clay Pit, Chez Zee, Sushi Zushi, Hoover’s Home Cooking, Ryu of Japan … and more to come!


The Texas Asian Foundation (TAF) is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization that raises funds for scholarships as well as local and international causes. TAF was created by the Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce (TACC) in 2005 and has since raised funds for annual scholarships for Asian American high school seniors presented at the TACC Lunar New Year Gala every year. In addition, TAF has raised funds for Tsunami victims in Thailand as well as donated funds for the ARC of Texas here in Austin. For more information, visit


The Texas Asian Foundation with Tokyo Electron and Japan-America Society of Greater Austin present this Japanese Tsunami Relief Fundraising Event for Japan’s worst earthquake in history during SXSW week. All funds raised will be delivered directly to those who need it most in Japan during the week of March 21.
Thursday, March 17
6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Featuring: ANAYA, SXSW Band from Korea
At home of Lucia & John Hur
7500 Escala Drive
Hors d’œuvres served
For details or to donate online visit or call 512-485-1090.

Written by Jennifer Wang

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