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ISSUE #131
Iconic Taiwanese folk singer Li Jian-fu has been invited to deliver a speech on his musical journey at the Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre in Hong Kong.
'Sonic Blossom,' an interactive exhibition by artist Lee Ming-wei, is currently available at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Southern Californian filmgoers will be treated to a wide selection of Taiwanese films this year at the 16th San Diego Asian Film Festival.
An ongoing Taiwanese film and literature series at the Taiwan Cultural Center in Tokyo will introduce Taiwan’s diverse culture through film screenings and book forums.
Taiwanese artist Huang Hsin-chien wrestles with his simultaneous roles as father and son in a solo exhibition at Cornell University.
Ministry Updates
'2015 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival'
The Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, the precursor event to Taiwan’s biggest film awards, will screen over 180 films from around the world.
'Art / Branding / Taste'
A new wave of artwork solicited through a 2015 open call held by Art Bank Taiwan will be displayed and available for leasing at the “Art / Branding / Taste” exhibition running in central Taiwan.
'Eighty Years of Energy'
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is hosting a retrospective exhibition on the brimming creativity of artist Hsiao Chin, one of Taiwan's 'Eight Pioneers of Modern Painting.'
Cultural Features
Lai Pi-hsia was considered the leading preservationist of Hakka folk songs in Taiwan.
Hakka Singer | Lai Pi-hsia
Chai Found Music Workshop is one of the foremost Sizhu ensembles in the world.
Chai Found Music Workshop
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