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ISSUE #294
Festive Lunar New Year prints from Taiwan are being showcased for the first time at Chelyabinsk, a Russian city close to the Ural Mountains.
The world-renowned Mori Art Museum has invited two Taiwan artists to join its disaster-themed program "Catastrophe and the Power of Art."
Hsu Chia-wei cuts across time and geography to narrate the history of the Malayan tapir and its relations to colonial powers and zoos in Southeast Asia.
Two Taiwan acts have been invited to participate in the inaugural Thailand Biennale — the foremost international exhibition of contemporary arts in Thailand.
Featuring 36 contemporary Taiwanese artists, Taiwan's culture of freedom is being showcased through the arts at the Taipei Representative Office in Singapore.
Ministry Updates
Public Art Awards celebrate green outreach, diversity
After a rigorous three-stage judging process that reviewed a total of 243 entrants, the winners of the 6th Public Art Awards were finally revealed: a total of 17 winners were named across seven awards.
NTM Railway Dept. honored with environmental award
The nighttime lighting of the National Taiwan Museum's Railway Department building has been recognized by the 1st Taiwan Light Environment Award for how it respects the historic site and works in concert with the illumination of other sites around it.
Underwater archaeology lab opens in Penghu
The Penghu Underwater Archaeology Work Station has marked its grand opening with a special exhibition showcasing the submerged relics and legends surrounding Taiwan's outlying islands.
Hualien exhibition commemorates 1908 Amis uprising
A special exhibition commemorating the 110th anniversary of an uprising against Japanese colonial authorities by the Amis settlement of Cikasuan and the ensuing indigenous diaspora is now taking place in Hualien County.
Cultural Features
The Sanchiaoyung Cultural Association in Sanxia has invested considerable resources into developing indigo dyes and related products, slowly resurrecting a regional craft that had been lost for some eighty years.
Sanchiaoyung Cultural Association
Hailed for his exquisite editing skills, Liao Ching-sung has worked with many of Taiwan's most outstanding filmmakers, earning the unique sobriquet of "nanny to Taiwan New Cinema."
Film Editor | Liao Ching-sung
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