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ISSUE #242
'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.
'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.
Ministry Updates
Israel to be guest of honor at 2018 Taipei book expo
The Taipei International Book Exhibition will return for its 26th edition from Feb. 6 through 11. As 2018 marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Israel, the expo will offer insights into the historic and contemporary developments of Israel.
Students visit Kaohsiung for world-class auditory tour
Music students from elementary schools visited the newly constructed National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts to experience outstanding theater sound design on Dec. 29. The Center will open in October as the largest theater for performances in Taiwan.
CKS Memorial holds transformation exhibition
To encourage public participation in the democratic transformation of its controversial standings, the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is holding an exhibition aimed at promoting social consensus.
Open Call for Latin America & Caribbean projects
To foster deeper and more diverse collaboration in the arts among the cultural communities of Latin America, Caribbean, and Taiwan, a grants program offered by the Ministry of Culture will accept proposals through Jan. 23, 2018.
Cultural Features
Cheng Ching-wen was one of the first-generation Taiwanese writers of the post-WWII era and a leading figure in the New Taiwan Literature Movement. He is remembered for his warmth and writing style, which often portrayed human nature and celebrated universal values.
Writer | Cheng Ching-wen
Rina Tsou, a Taipei-based filmmaker who embodies both Taiwanese and Filipino cultures, aspires to deepen mutual understanding between Taiwan and the Philippines through films. Her 2016 short film 'Arnie' was highlighted by the International Critics' Week at Cannes.
Filmmaker | Rina Tsou
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