The Executive Yuan passed a proposal on Thursday to recognize the contributions of late Taiwanese theater director and actor Hugh Lee with a presidential citation.
Several Taiwan-made films, including “The Soul of Bread” and “GF*BF,” opened the Asian Summer Film Festival in the Spanish city of Vic on July 9.
With the assistance of the Taipei Cultural Center in Paris, five Taiwanese performance groups will participate in the 2013 OFF Festival d’Avignon in France.
Five Taiwanese films will be screened at the 12th Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas in Texas, which will take place at the Angelika Film Theater from July 11 to July 18.
UCLA will join efforts to promote Taiwanese arts and culture by taking part in a four-year promotional project launched by Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture.
Hong Kong singer Sandy Lam emerged as the biggest winner of Taiwan's 24th Golden Melody Awards by bagging Best Mandarin Album and Best Mandarin Female Singer.
The late singer Fong Fei-fei was conferred the Special Contribution Award in recognition of her lifelong dedication to the local pop music industry.
“Grandpa Illustrator,” an exhibition featuring Taiwanese picture book artist Cheng Ming-chin, is now showing at the National Museum of Taiwan Literature in Tainan.
“The Beauty of Taiwan’s Lacquer Art” features the works of Japanese lacquer master Yamanaka Takao and his three Taiwanese disciples – Wang Ching-shuang, Chen Huo-qing and Lai Kao-sha.
The world-famous ballet play “Swan Lake” and the fate of its doomed Princess Odette will be re-enacted in the central Taiwanese city of Taichung on Aug. 13.