Bastille Day has always been a momentous celebration of French culture and history, and the Association des Français de Taiwan (AFT) welcomes you to celebrate its Ninth French Party Day, La France en Fête (France Celebrates!), in honor of Bastille Day. The event will be held on Saturday, July 9 at Bopiliao Historical Old Street, No. 101, Guangzhou St., Wanhua District (台北市萬華區廣州街101號.), which is near MRT Longshan Temple Station, exit 3 (捷運龍山寺站 3 號出口). Attendees from all backgrounds, nationalities, languages and ages are welcome.
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