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ISSUE #244
'What Do You See?' features seven up-and-coming Taiwanese artists on the subject of reality and the ways people interpret the world through sight and language.
Award-winning Taiwanese prints celebrating the advent of Chinese New Year are on loan to Novosibirsk State Art Museum in southwest Siberia for this special exhibition.
Taiwanese artist Shake employs unique Taiwanese topography as a metaphor to represent the island's geopolitical history and present condition.
This Los Angeles exhibition features Taiwanese and North American artists and their take on the ocean as a metaphor for things that can both unite and divide.
'Hide-and-Seek,' a solo exhibition by Taiwan illustrator Page Tsou, has traveled to Pontevedra for a second showing at Pazo da Cultura de Pontevedra.
Ministry Updates
Minister pushes for tea culture revitalization in Nantou
To learn about efforts in reviving tea culture and empowering local communities in the central county of Nantou, Culture Minister Cheng Li-chiun visited local cultural hotspots and talked with Nantou residents on Jan. 16.
Winners of the 2018 TIBE Prize revealed
Winners of the 2018 Taipei International Book Exhibition Prize were announced on Jan. 8. The winning authors and editors will each receive a cash prize of NT$100,000 and a trophy at the opening ceremony of the 26th TIBE on Feb. 6.
Tainan museum explores the evolution of deity statues
The National Museum of Taiwan History is holding a showcase of its collection of Taiwanese deity statues. Such statues are not only vehicles for people's respect and hope, but also embodiment of memories and craftsmanship of different eras.
Cultural Features
Sheu Fang-yi is a Taiwanese dancer and choreographer who had danced with the Martha Graham Dance Company for ten years. Sheu also starred in director Hou Hsiao-hsien's 'The Assassin' in 2015 and remains active on the international stage.
Dancer | Sheu Fang-yi
The Lee Rong-chun Literary Museum was established to recognize the late writer Lee Rong-chun's significance in Taiwan literature. Visitors can learn about the history, literature, and culture of Yilan through Lee's life and writings.
Lee Rong-chun Literary Museum
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