The Taiwan Digital Asset Library hopes to revitalize Taiwan's heritage by not only constructing 3D models of cultural sites and landscapes for research and preservation, but also for augmented and virtual reality applications in the animation, comic, and games (ACG) sectors.
The National Taiwan University played host to the premieres of two documentaries dealing with the revival of indigenous relics in Taiwan. These screenings aim to inspire more dialogue, discussion, and understanding on the preservation and revitalization of Taiwanese indigenous cultures.
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is spotlighting pictures taken by famous Taiwanese and international photographers mainly before they turned 35 in this joint exhibition with Japan's Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts running through Sept. 16 in Taichung City.
To solicit public views and ideas on cultural heritage preservation for the upcoming National Cultural Heritage Congress in September, the Bureau of Cultural Heritage held a forum gathering heritage professionals and members of the local community in Kaohsiung City.
Banana-fiber weaving is unique to the Taiwanese tribe of Kavalan. Only a material as small but strong as banana fiber could weather the ravages of time as it does, and it is that strength that has helped it tie the tribe's past and its present so tightly.
Tsai Kun-lin is a White Terror victim who helped publish comics despite Taiwan's authoritarian environment from 1949 to 1987. He was recognized with the 2018 Golden Comic Special Contribution Award for his dedication to arts and human rights.