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ISSUE #214
Amis wood-carving artist Siki Sufin, who is best known for transforming driftwood to artistic sculptures, is holding a special exhibition at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum.
'Our Labyrinth' was inspired by a visit to Myanmar, where Lee Mingwei was deeply moved by the gesture of removing one's shoes before entering a temple.
Taiwanese photographers have joined the 2017 Belfast Photo Festival, one of the leading international festivals of photography in the UK and Northern Ireland.
More than 150 relics relating to Asia's puppetry culture are currently on view for the first time at the Iziko South African National Gallery.
A whimsical collection featuring steel-plated, enamel-baked sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi is currently on public display on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Tehching Hsieh, a duress artist best known for his yearlong performances, is headlining the Taiwan Pavilion at Venice Biennale this year.
Ministry Updates
Detective-themed exhibition offers books, mystery
A special exhibition at the National Museum of Taiwan Literature is offering insights into the development and history of Taiwan's detective literature over the past century and the shifts in style from the past to present day.
Uncover the history of Anping pots in Tainan
The Tainan-based National Museum of Taiwan History is hosting a special exhibition to showcase its collaborative project on Anping pots with the National Tainan First Senior High School.
Cultural Features
Wu Mali is one of the leading artists of the feminist avant-garde in Taiwan. Wu's works often reflect her commentary on politics, society, and the contemporary history of Taiwan's democratic transition.
Artist | Wu Mali
Chi Po-lin was a director, cinematographer, and environmentalist advocating for environment conservation through aerial images and films. Chi's legacy and love for this land have inspired others to join his efforts in protecting the environment.
Filmmaker | Chi Po-lin
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