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ISSUE #218
The Taiwan Program this year at the 16th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) features six award-winning films and a post-screening forum.
The Ministry of Culture is holding seminars on the democratization of Taiwan in collaboration with several Japanese universities this summer.
Artwork by 15 pioneering abstract artists born from the diaspora following the Chinese Civil War is being showcased at Musée d'Ixelles à Bruxelles.
'The Moving Garden,' a contemporary installation of live flowers by Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei, is in full blossom at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum.
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.
Page Tsou, a Taiwanese illustrator lauded by Bologna Children's Book Fair, is holding his first solo exhibition 'Hide-and-Seek' at Madrid-based Museo ABC.
Ministry Updates
Taipei Railway Workshop launches group tours
The Taipei Railway Workshop will be opened to preregistered visitors starting from July 19. Group tours will be led by retired workshop employees on Wednesdays and Saturdays to share the story of the heritage site.
Taipei's Railway Division opens its doors
The National Taiwan Museum will launch guided tours of a national railway heritage site – the Railway Division of Taiwan Governor-General's Bureau of Transportation – starting July 13.
German lawmaker on transitional justice tour of Taiwan
The Ministry of Culture hosted Dr. Philipp Lengsfeld, member of the German Parliament, during his July 4-8 visit to Taiwan upon the 30th anniversary of the lifting of martial law.
Cultural Features
Lee Chen-wei is a Taiwanese dancer and choreographer. She had been praised by Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin as 'one of the most charming dancers; fun, sincere, creative, and a quick learner.'
Dancer | Lee Chen-wei
Chang En-man is a Paiwan artist who explores the link between aboriginal tribes and their land through videos, performances, and social practices. Dialogue is very much part of her projects, as Chang hopes to use art as a force for transformation.
Paiwan Artist | Chang En-man
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