A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday in Taipei to mark the start of construction for the Taipei Pop Music Center, the Ministry of Culture’s newest flagship project for the promotion of Taiwanese pop music.
The Taiwan Pavilion at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany, to be held from Oct. 9 to 13, will showcase an array of books, comics and e-readers from Taiwan.
The Ministry of Culture has nominated four more prominent individuals from the education, technology and telecommunication sectors to the Public Television Service (PTS) board of directors.
Three bands from Taiwan have been invited to participate in a music festival in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in June, the Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development announced on Monday.
Taiwan and China should work together to preserve Cold War historical sites, Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai said on Monday during a trip to the outlying Kinmen County.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, billed as one of the world’s most prestigious and enduring orchestras, will be performing at Taipei’s National Concert Hall this Saturday.
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) in Taichung will launch a series of exhibitions and events in celebration of its 25th anniversary on June 23.
The 2013 Yilan International Children’s Folklore and Folkgame Festival, slated to run from July 6 through Aug. 25, will feature new works by renowned Taiwanese label artist Xiao Qing-yang and illustrator Jimmy Liao.
“Have a Seat!” – an exhibition on Taiwan’s unique woodwork designs and handcrafted furniture – is now showing at the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute in Nantou.
In the upcoming 'Crazy about Taiwanese Opera' tour, three Taiwanese opera troupes will stage free performances in central and southern Taiwan to promote the traditional art form.