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ISSUE #430
Three women artists from Taiwan are featured by the Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation for Documentary Photography & Film's annual summer exhibition in France.
Quai Branly Museum spotlights traditional Taiwanese culture by examining the longstanding practice of burning paper offerings for loved ones in the afterlife.
The "Tattoo COLOR, Tattoo HONOR" exhibition at Museum Siam spotlights the facial and body tattoos of the Taiwanese indigenous Atayal and Paiwan tribes.
"The Ouroboros" is an international joint exhibition that marks the second phase in the 2018-2019 Taiwan-Luxembourg Exchange Program.
Art Bank Taiwan has partnered up with the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to the Holy See for a special light-themed art show.
Ministry Updates
‘Heritage tourism’ theme of Taiwan Heritage Days 2019
In honor of Taiwan Heritage Days, which are being celebrated on Sept. 21 and 22 this year, city and county governments across the nation will unveil a series of public activities this weekend to raise awareness of the importance of Taiwan's monuments and heritage sites.
4th Taiwan Int
The 2019 Taiwan International Deaf Film Festival has invited Maisie Sly, a young deaf girl who was the star of the Oscar-winning live short action film "The Silent Child," and her father Gilson Sly to visit Taiwan to share their experiences and discuss the future of linguistic education for children living with hearing disabilities.
Golden Tripod Awards celebrate Taiwan’s literary prowess
The 43rd Golden Tripod Awards, which honors the best in all aspects of Taiwan's publishing industry, honored a total of 29 works and recommended an additional 45 as excellent publications.
Cultural Features
Lu Shao-chia is a Taiwanese conductor who excels at directing concerts and operas. Under his leadership, the National Symphony Orchestra's performances were widely received by audiences at home and abroad. The orchestra also succeeded in elevating its status in the international arena.
Conductor | Lu Shao-chia
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