The Sacramento River Cats, a minor league baseball team, will host a Taiwanese Night with River Cats infielder Yung-Chi Chen and Albuquerque Isotopes infielder Chin-Lun Hu on Thursday night, May 15th. The pre-game meet-and-greet will take place at the Raley Field Foul Ball Patio from 6:15 to 6:45 pm. As part of Taiwanese Night, Manfred Peng, the director of press division of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in San Francisco, will throw the honorary first pitch at 7pm. The tourism division of TECO will provide up to 100 guests at the meeting with Taiwanese souvenirs to promote the island’s sights.
For more information about Thursday’s game between the Sacramento River Cats and the Albuquerque Isotopes, please visit: www.rivercats.com.
- The Press Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in San Francisco represents the Government Information Office (GIO), Executive Yuan, Republic of China (Taiwan). GIO maintains nine Press Divisions in the United States, including the San Francisco office. The Press Divisions are in charge of promoting Taiwan's public relations and cultural exchanges. This blog is updated by the Press Division, TECO in San Francisco.
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