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ISSUE #253
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, one of Taiwan's most illustrious dance companies, is touring six US states in a celebration of the troupe's 45th anniversary.
"Shifting Momentum" – the first survey of Taiwanese abstract art packaged as an exclusive exhibition – is making its world debut at Asian Week New York.
Using food literature as a starting point, "Taste Taiwan" has curated an audiovisual experience exploring the nostalgia and cultural significance of Taiwanese delicacies.
The historic Twin Oaks estate, one of the most iconic witnesses to Taiwan-US relations, is hosting a special contemporary art exhibition by young Taiwanese artists.
Ministry Updates
Taiwan to build digital archives on railway history
As the railway had shaped the spatial structures and city landscapes in modern Taiwan, the upcoming National Railway Museum will embrace cloud-based digital archives and develop into a world-leading resource hub for railway history.
Enterprises share community empowerment experiences
The Ministry of Culture invited 22 enterprises of different fields and sizes to share their experiences in engaging and giving back to local communities over the past two years at a workshop held on March 18 in Chiayi.
Cultural Features
Away Dayen Sawan, a dedicated figure in the realm of indigenous Saisiyat bamboo and rattan weaving, is considered a national cultural treasure for her preservation of such cultural heritage.
Bamboo & Rattan Weaver | Away Dayen Sawan
The talented Qiu Huo-rong has spent his life dedicated to the arts of luantan theater music, hand puppetry, and Taiwanese opera. He is one of the nation's few professional entertainers simultaneously active in all three aforementioned art forms.
Beiguan Master | Qiu Huo-rong
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