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ISSUE #180
'Taiwan en la Pantalla,' a film series featuring five Taiwanese films with Spanish subtitles, is hosted by Filmoteca de Andalucía and the Cultural Division in Madrid.
'Re: Made in Taiwan' at the 15th Venice Biennale delves into the eco-friendly aspirations and civic possibilities imbued in ordinary buildings and venues.
Titled 'Taiwan Redesign – From Me to Us,' the 11th Taiwan Culture Festival is celebrating Taiwanese culture, food, art, and music with a refreshing lineup of events.
Free screenings of Taiwanese films in cafes, malls, and bookstores across Kuala Lumpur and Penang! Come for the movie, stay for the post-screening discussions.
Ministry Updates
NTU-Vungalid alliance helps Paiwan spirits return home
The National Taiwan University and the Vungalid community of the Paiwan tribe held a ceremony to escort Paiwan ancestral spirits home from their temporary dwellings in an ancient stone pillar preserved in the university's anthropology museum.
NMH releases souvenir sets inspired by historic relics
'NMH x LOHAS,' a new line of contemporary crafts co-launched by the National Museum of History (NMH) and LOHAS Pottery, offers ceramic souvenirs based on historic cultural relics from the museum's collection.
'Bio Apartment Vol. 3 – Succession'
'Bio Apartment Vol. 3 – Succession,' a National Taiwan Museum exhibition featuring artworks and collections of fauna and flora, seeks to raise public awareness of biodiversity through a collaboration of arts and sciences.
'Picture the World – Burhan Dogancay as Photographer'
Last chance to see the stunning photography by noted Turkish artist Burhan Dogancay at the National Museum of History. Through his lens, Dogancay transforms the people, buildings, and streets of the world into a theater that tells different stories.
Cultural Features
As an award-winning screenwriter and director whose works focus on the human side of arts and culture, Singing Chen has the ability to depict the most subtle of details concerning her documentary subjects.
Director | Singing Chen
Siki Sufin, an Amis wood-carving artist and founder of the Dulan Mountain Theatre, has been striving for the preservation of the Atolan tribe's history and culture through visual and performance art.
Amis Woodcarver | Siki Sufin
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