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ISSUE #228
Passport to Taiwan, the first and the largest festival celebrating Taiwan's culture in the UK, returns to Manchester with live performances, exhibitions, and street markets.
Dancer-choreographer Huang Yi is on a performance tour of Europe that will take him and his mechanical dance partner KUKA to Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Hungary.
An exhibition featuring photographs of dramatic social and political changes in Taiwan from 1986 to 1990 is now running at the Taipei Cultural Center in New York.
The Taipei Cultural Center in Paris is screening twelve Taiwan-centric films that are imbued with Japanese elements at the Japanese Culture House of Paris.
'The View of Formosa's Landscapes from Photographers II,' one of the key photographic exhibitions from the National Taiwan Museum, is on view in Tokyo.
'Our Time: Taiwan New Cinema' hopes to share the unique style of storytelling of Taiwanese cinema through the careers and influence of five foundational filmmakers.
Ministry Updates
Deputy Minister returns from Hollywood trip
Deputy Minister Celest Hsiao-ching Ting has returned from a five-day trip networking with American audiovisual titans, content providers, and media conglomerates on the West Coast.
Yilan to represent Taiwan architecture at Venice
'Living in Yilan – Connecting Mountains, Sea, and Land' by award-winning architect Huang Sheng-yuan has been chosen as the theme of the 2018 Taiwan Pavilion for the 16th Venice Biennial of Architecture.
Yang Kui memorial exhibition opens in Taichung
To celebrate the 110th anniversary of the birth of late writer Yang Kui, a commemorative literary exhibition has traveled to the National Library of Public Information in Taichung.
Cultural Features
Sheng Xiang & Band is an indie folk band that delves into social issues. Singing in the Hakka language, the band’s lyrics are concerned with the land and people of Taiwan, tackling topics such as pollution caused by the petrochemical industry.
Sheng-Xiang & Band
As Hsinchu County's first and only national-level historic monument, the Jinguangfu Mansion stands as testament of the path towards cooperation between rivalrous settlers from the Chinese provinces of Fujian and Guangdong.
Jinguangfu Mansion
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