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ISSUE #141
The Taiwan Cultural Center in Tokyo is offering a free movie screening on every Friday afternoon of January to celebrate the advent of a new year.
'The Book Garden,' a solo exhibition featuring sculptures made by artist Chen Long-bin from upcycling old books, is being staged at the San Antonio Central Library.
Metallic crafts and jewelry that have received acclaim from Taiwan's premier crafts competition are on display at the National Ornamental Metal Museum of Tennessee.
'The Inspired Island II,' a documentary series on seven eminent writers based in Taiwan and Hong Kong, is now available at Broadway Circuit Palace ifc.
Taiwan's integration of traditional and religious beliefs with modern values is the topic of discussion at an art exhibition hosted by the University of British Columbia.
Ministry Updates
'Freedom Love: 2016 TIBE'
Featuring Hungary as its theme country, the 2016 Taipei International Book Exhibition, one of Asia's largest book fairs, will take place from Feb. 16 to 21 at Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Halls 1 and 3.
'Exhibition of Eileen's Style'
A retrospective exhibition on Eileen Chang, one of the most beloved novelists in contemporary Chinese literature, will open concurrently with the 2016 Taipei International Book Exhibition in February.
'Museum for Everyone'
To mark the fifth anniversary of the National Museum of Taiwan History, 'Museum for Everyone: Exhibition of Donated Collection, 2011-2015' will display the significance of private collections in delineating Taiwanese history.
Grants offered for Southeast Asian artists
To foster deeper and more diverse collaboration in the arts among the cultural communities of Southeast Asia and Taiwan, a grants program offering up to NT$900,000 per project will accept proposals through Feb. 17, 2016.
Cultural Features
As a legendary female writer of twentieth-century China, Eileen Chang had transformed her personal life and rich sentiments into short stories, prose, novels, and film scripts.
Novelist | Eileen Chang
Billed as a 'museum of Asian art and culture,' the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum is a glittering 70-hectare facility dedicated to collecting, researching, preserving, and exhibiting artifacts and relics from across Asia.
NPM Southern Branch
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