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ISSUE #150
The Taipei Cultural Center exhibition on contemporary female artists is timed to coincide with the sixth session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
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.
The State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow is currently displaying a collection of historic documents and relics juxtaposing 1870s Taiwan with its contemporary form.
Taiwanese installation artworks made with eco-conscious materials such as bamboo and driftwood take the center stage of Japan's Setouchi Triennale 2016.
Long Beach Museum of Art is host to an innovative exhibition featuring Taiwanese artists who evolve their creative practice in line with rapid advances in technology.
Taiwanese artist Wang Yu-chen is featured in 'The Imitation Game,' an ongoing exhibition in Manchester exploring machine imitation of human thought.
Ministry Updates
Three maestros honored for lifetime achievement
The 35th National Cultural Award ceremony was held on March 24 to honor director Li Hsing, heritage preservationist Li Chien-lang, and writer Chung Chao-cheng for their lifelong contributions to Taiwan’s arts and cultural sphere.
Memorial service pays homage to White Terror victims
The Preparatory Office of the National Human Rights Museum held a memorial service in New Taipei on March 20 in honor of victims of the White Terror era, a time of political repression during which Taiwan was under martial law from 1949 to 1991.
16-volume collection on Taiwan writers now available
Each volume of the 'Compilation of Contemporary Writers in Taiwan' includes photographs, manuscripts, a detailed biography, and an extensive anthology to tell the literary journey of the featured writer.
Cultural Features
Renowned for his endeavors in feeding the influential power of literature, Yu Kwang-chung is one of the most prolific writers in Taiwan whose publications cover poetry, prose, essays, and translations.
Writer | Yu Kwang-chung
Deriving inspiration from the aboriginal Paiwan culture in Taiwan, Tjimur Dance Theatre has garnered international attention for its unique blend of indigenous aesthetics and modern movement.
Tjimur Dance Theatre
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