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ISSUE #278
"Tradition in the Near Future" seeks to showcase the contemporary arts, films, and performances inspired by Taiwan's traditional temple fairs.
Taiwan's renowned photographer Shen Chao-liang is holding a solo exhibition on Taiwanese stage-car culture at the Sala Amárica gallery in Vitoria, Spain.
The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan is showcasing the significance of the zodiac animals associated with a twelve-year cycle in traditional Chinese culture.
Chin-pao Chen is the first Taiwan artist to be featured by the Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation for Documentary Photography & Film's annual exhibition in France.
"Infatuation, Taiwan" features photography that captured historical images on the progress of Taiwan's democracy, freedom, liberty, and modern arts during the 1980s.
Ministry Updates
Digitally reviving Taiwan
The Ministry of Culture has commissioned a project for carrying out restoration and digitization work on architectural plans for seven major Japanese-era train stations. This is the first step in concerted efforts to reconstruct Taiwan's railway history.
Cultural Features
Ke Chin-yuan is a documentary filmmaker. His works concentrate on themes of nature and ecology, discussing how humans affect and are affected by the world we live in. Recording Taiwan's environment made it easy for him to notice small changes and the disasters they led to.
Documentary Filmmaker | Ke Chin-yuan
The Amis Kakeng Musical Group is a percussion band that is dedicated to reviving traditional Amis heritage and strengthening the connection between music and people. The band also brings back ancient sounds that have disappeared with traditional instruments that they've recreated. 
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