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ISSUE #645
Taiwanese artist Leigh Wen’s solo exhibition titled "The Four Elements of Leigh Li-Yun Wen" opens in the Fremin Gallery in New York. Besides showcasing her signature themes of earth, air, water, and fire, it also features her newly created works.
Curated by Taiwanese curator and writer Alice Ko Nien-Pu and hosted by Brooklyn Rail Curatorial Projects, the contemporary art exhibition titled "Singing in Unison, Part 8: Between Waves" opened on Oct. 7 in Brooklyn.
Kettle’s Yard, one of the museums of the University of Cambridge, is hosting an art exhibition titled "Making New Worlds: Li Yuan-chia & Friends." It showcases the artworks of Li Yuan-chia and his influence on the artscene in the U.K. 
Ministry Updates
Taiwanese poet Chen Yu-hung, the winner of the Swedish Cikada Prize 2022, received the award at the ceremony held in the National Museum of Taiwan Literature (NMTL) on Nov. 21. 
Shi Wen-long, an entrepreneur and the founder of CHIMEI Museum, passed away on Nov. 18 at the age of 96. Upon hearing this news, Culture Minister Shih Che expressed his deepest condolences. 
The Ministry of Culture announced the winners of the 47th Golden Tripod Awards for Publications on Nov. 22. Out of 1,258 submissions this year, 35 works are awardees, while 84 works received special commendations. 
Cultural Features
Born Chin Pei-fen, Luo Lan was one of the top radio presenters when radio was a main source of entertainment in Taiwan during the 1950s and 1960s. The veteran hostess spent over three decades on the air, comforting the hearts of many who were traveling far away from home with her soft voice and candid talk.
The "Möbius Strip" is a unique geometric structure proposed by the German mathematician August Möbius. The foundational idea behind the Möbius Strip Theatre draws inspiration from this infinite characteristic symbolized by the Möbius Strip. Embodying this spirit, the theatre constantly challenges creativity boundaries.
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