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ISSUE #224
A collaborative exhibition featuring contemporary art by ten Taiwanese artists and three Mississippi artists is running at the Arts Center of Mississippi in Jackson.
Taiwanese art gallery VT Artsalon collaborates with Mexico-based Marso Gallery as part of the Ministry's 'Coral Initiative' cultural exchange project with Latin America.
Artwork by 15 pioneering abstract artists born from the diaspora following the Chinese Civil War is being showcased at Musée d'Ixelles à Bruxelles.
'The Moving Garden,' a contemporary installation of live flowers by Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei, is in full blossom at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum.
A whimsical collection featuring steel-plated, enamel-baked sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi is currently on public display on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Page Tsou, a Taiwanese illustrator lauded by Bologna Children's Book Fair, is holding his first solo exhibition 'Hide-and-Seek' at Madrid-based Museo ABC.
Ministry Updates
Key issues of the National Cultural Conference
In preparation for the upcoming National Cultural Conference, the Ministry held a preparatory meeting on Aug. 19 to discuss issues raised by 15 public forums that were held from March throughout summer.
Golden Bell broadcasting nominees revealed
The Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development announced the nominees and the Special Contribution Award recipient of the 52nd Golden Bell Awards for Broadcasting on Aug. 16.
Pingtung exhibition showcases SEA lantern festivals
A traveling exhibition featuring lantern festivals from Southeast Asian cultures is on view at the Pingtung-based Liudui Hakka Cultural Park through Sept. 3. The exhibition is part of a nationwide program titled “Southeast Asia Lights up Taiwan.”
Cultural Features
Kuo-Shin Chuang Pangcah Dance Theatre is a contemporary dance troupe that applies experimental approach to movements and interpretations of aboriginal culture. It is a stage for young aspiring dancers while preserving aspects of the Amis culture.
Kuo-Shin Chuang Pangcah Dance Theatre
Cheng-En Gate is a historical city gate built by the imperial Qing government. Widely known as the North Gate (Beimen), it is the only gate that preserves its original architectural appearance among the five historical gates of Taipei.
Cheng-en Gate (Beimen)
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