Works by Wang Ching-shuang, a renowned painter who has immersed himself in the lacquer arts throughout his life, and his descendants are on view in a Taipei exhibition that consists of a century-spanning exchange of forms, stories, and values.
The Hualien Cultural and Creative Industries Park will be transformed into a multi-functional complex that will offer business and consultation services as well as residency programs, exhibitions, and workshops by the fourth quarter of 2020.
Following months of studying Paiwan textile craftsmanship that was once considered a lost legacy, Ljumiyang, a master of Taiwan's indigenous weaving techniques, held a special showcase on utilizing traditional horizontal back-strap looms on Dec. 4.
The National Museum of Prehistory in Taitung County has become an adopter of wireless environmental sensors during the construction of its newly launched heritage preservation center to give prehistoric artifacts a better home.
The phrase "I See You" most frequently brings to mind actor Takeshi Kaneshiro from the 2013 airline commercial. Art Bank Taiwan seeks to create a different dialogue by holding its annual showcase of new purchases in Taichung.
"Godmother of Taiwanese Variety Shows" Chang Hsiao-yen has transformed standard variety shows and won the hearts of viewers across Asia. For as long as Taiwan has had television shows, viewers have seen her on their television screens.
A centuries-old building in Taipei — Dalongdong Bao'an Temple in Datong District — has been named a national historic site, bringing the total number of such sites in Taiwan to 100. "Dalongdong" refers to where the Danshui and Keelung Rivers meet.