The National Museum of Taiwan Literature held a book launch on March 8 for "Ganh Vac Ngot Ngao," a Vietnamese-language collection of poems and essays by Taiwanese author Wu Sheng. It is hoped that the book will capture the interest of readers in Vietnam, fostering greater literary exchange and mutual understanding.
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is holding a grand retrospective exhibition on Lin Hsin-yueh, an artist of exuberant creativity and humanistic care who has been an active figure in many important events in the Taiwanese art world since the 1990s. "Magical Light and Shadow in Nature" will run through June 9 in Taichung.
Culinary culture is the shared memory of the times, and with a poet's delicate sensitivity toward the emotional side of life, Jiao Tong has pursued the true meaning of what food represents to people and the place that it holds in the nation's collective memories.
Chien Nan-chang is a Taiwan composer who forged his own path between modern Western music and traditional Eastern music, creating pieces with connections to Taiwanese culture. Four of his symphonies have earned him Best Composer accolades at the Golden Melody Awards.