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ISSUE #209
Yu Jen-chih, a France-based Taiwanese visual artist, is holding his first solo print exhibition at the Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre in Hong Kong.
Taiwanese theater director Chang An-ting is directing nine performances of 'The Tenant,' a cross-over production between classical music and theater.
'The Beauty of Motifs in Taiwan Indigenous Culture,' an exhibition featuring decorative textiles and embroidery, is being held at the Taiwan Cultural Center.
Artist Yang Chin-chih has coined the word 'trashion' – a portmanteau of trash and fashion – to describe the process of transforming waste into art.
'REWOVEN: Innovative Fiber Art,' an international collaboration among Taiwanese and American museums and art galleries, is now running in New York City.
A whimsical collection featuring steel-plated, enamel-baked sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi is currently on public display on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Ministry Updates
Minister Cheng Li-chiun embarks on Europe trip
Culture Minister Cheng Li-chiun has embarked on a trip to Europe on an itinerary that will take her to the Vatican to see Cardinal Gianfraco Ravasi and greet Taiwanese artists participating in the Venice Biennale.
Taichung hosts international cultural heritage forum
The International Forum on Intangible Cultural Heritage is taking place from May 11 through 13 in Taichung City to discuss the pedagogy of intangible cultural heritage in contemporary Asia. Thai heritage events will be held alongside the forum.
Taiwan orchestra meets Vietnam music in concert
Upholding the spirit of 'connecting Taiwan with the world through music,' the National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan (NCO) will share the joy of Vietnamese music along with three maestros from Vietnam in an unprecedented joint concert on May 14.
Cultural Features
Featuring aboriginal children from the tribes living around Jade Mountain in Nantou County, Vox Nativa Children’s Choir is a troupe that has brought the pure, beautiful, and harmonious aboriginal sounds of Taiwan to the world stage.
Vox Nativa Children's Choir
The Jiu Jiu Peaks Ecology and Art Park is a national art park in central Taiwan that was established to preserve the region's nature and ecology while bringing together artists from the surrounding areas.
Jiu Jiu Peaks Ecology and Art Park
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