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CHARITY

Golf players sought

The European Chamber of Commerce Taipei (ECCT) and International Community Radio Taipei (ICRT) are looking for players to participate in the 2009 ECCT/IRCT International Charity Cup on April 30. The annual tournament will be held at the Miramar Golf and Country Club. The cost is NT$24,000 for a team of four. The cost covers green fees, caddies, prizes and an awards dinner at the American Club. Players of all levels are welcome. The fee for attending the dinner without competing in the tournament is NT$1,000. More information is available on the ECCT’s Web site at ecct.com.tw or by phone at (02) 2836-8134, or call Ms Elaine Liu at the ECCT on (02) 2740-0236 ext 17. Proceeds from the tournament will go to the Community Services Center.

SOCIETY

Taipei school to hold gala

Taipei European School (TES) welcomes members of the international community to attend its Black and White Gala Evening on Saturday. The annual dinner will feature live music by a jazz band from the high school, an auction and a silent auction of items including works by artists Yang Tze-yun, Patrick Lee and British sculptor Martyn Barratt. Gala goers can also take part in a raffle. The champagne reception begins at 6:30pm and the bar opens at 8:30pm. For more information, e-mail Lyndall Taylor at lyndall.mtaylor @ gmail.com. The fee is NT$2,500 per person and NT$25,000 for a table for 10.

LECTURES

Cultural center arranges lecture on Freud

The German Cultural Center and the Lung Ying-tai Foundation are inviting the public to a lecture on Saturday with Jane McAdam Freud, great granddaughter of psychiatrist Sigmund Freud. She will discuss Freudian psychoanalysis and art. The event will be held at Zhongshan Hall near Ximending. The lecture will be in English, with interpreters available for Chinese speakers. More information is available at www.civictaipei.org or by phone at (02) 3322-4907.

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