The Ministry of Culture held a community-oriented festival in Taipei from Oct. 17 to 21, where representatives from around the nation told their most touching stories on community empowerment from the past two decades.
Taiwanese pop stars — A-Lin, Dwagie, and Luantan Ascent — will be flying to New York to perform in the 2014 CMJ Music Marathon, which will include a concert night at the well-known Highline Ballroom in Manhattan on Oct. 24.
The University of Southern California (USC), one of the latest institutes that joined the Ministry of Culture’s Spotlight Taiwan program earlier this August, will host its first-ever Taiwanese documentary screenings on Oct. 28.
To highlight the unique military dependents’ village culture in Taiwan and how it inspired generations of literary and artistic works, the Taiwan Cultural Center in Paris hosted a two-day seminar on Oct. 21-22.
Taiwan’s cultural and creative industries made their debut at the Bangkok International Gift Fair + Bangkok Int'l Houseware fair with a lineup that included home decor, stationery, tableware, and 3C product accessories.
Professionals in such fields as character creation, branding, and character management in Japan’s character business industry will attend a Taipei forum and provide their insights on the trend and share their practical experiences.
The National Center for the Traditional Arts has invited performance delegations from Japan, South Korea, China, and Thailand to join Taiwan’s aboriginal artists for the 13th Asia-Pacific Traditional Arts Festival.
A retrospective exhibition celebrating famed Taiwanese architect Han Pao-teh's eightieth birthday and his numerous achievements will be held at the National Museum of History in Taipei from Oct. 24 through Nov. 30.
The Bureau of Cultural Heritage has organized a special exhibition focusing on Taiwanese aboriginal females, the traditional preservers of their way of life, that will run in central Taiwan through Nov. 10.
“Tainan in Progress,” a special exhibition named after an old song extremely popular five decades ago, will be shown at the National Museum of Taiwan History to present the serene and exquisite side of Tainan.