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ISSUE #197
A collaborative exhibition on earthquakes in the history of Taiwan and Japan is being showcased at the National Museum of Japanese History (Rekihaku).
'Elsewhere is Nowhere,' an international joint exhibition curated by Taiwanese and German artists, is on view at Vienna's Kunsthalle Exnergasse (KEX).
'Europe Connexion,' a play featuring Taiwan's Party Theatre Group and French group Cie du Veilleur, is on a three-month tour of several French cities.
'Reading Taiwan' is organized by the Taiwan Academy in LA to introduce modern Taiwan classics through screenings of literature-adapted films and academic talks.
The colorful menagerie sprung from the fertile imagination of artist Hung Yi has taken up residence at New York City's Garment District in Midtown Manhattan.
'Mode in Taiwan,' a fashion exhibition featuring 75 works by 3 London-based Taiwanese designers, is being held at the Calais Lace Museum in northern France.
Ministry Updates
Minister mourns death of leading publisher
Culture Minister Cheng Li-chiun mourned the death of Liu Zhen-qiang, founder of San Min Book Co., noting that the nation will always remember him for his contributions to the cultivation and development of Taiwan's publishing sector.
Taipei book fair ends on a high note
The 25th Taipei International Book Exhibition, which had brought together 621 publishers from 59 countries, closed on Feb. 13. It had received a total of 580,000 visitors this year.
Cultural Features
Cheng Tsung-lung is a world-famous contemporary choreographer whose works often take inspiration from his childhood in Taipei's historic Wanhua District. He is the current artistic director of Cloud Gate 2.
Choreographer | Cheng Tsung-lung
This Chiayi-based association has integrated local history, culture, and environment to transform an old cane sugar factory and railway into a tourist attraction that reintroduces early rural life to the public.
Chiayi Puzi River Tourism Development Association
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