Launched earlier this week, the Ministry of Culture's “National Memory Database” will help Taiwanese people to store and share their personal stories through the digital cloud.
The 2013 Taiwan International Cultural and Creative Industry Expo (TICCIE), which kicked off on Thursday in Taipei, features over 500 business representatives from around the world.
The University of British Columbia (UBC) will help promote Taiwanese arts and culture by taking part in a four-year project on cultural and artistic exchanges between Taiwan and Canada.
“Poor Folk,” directed by Myanmar-born Taiwanese director Midi Zhao, has been nominated for the 2013 Golden Montgolfiere award at the Festival des 3 Continents in Nantes, France.
Taiwan’s illustrator extraordinaire, Jimmy Liao, has been nominated for the 2014 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, the world’s most prestigious award for children and young adult literature.
“The Art of Crafts,” an exhibition displaying the works of 14 apprentices mentored by five award-winning artisans, will run at the Bopiliao Historical Block in Taipei between Nov. 16 and Dec. 15.
Starting Nov. 24, the Ministry of Culture's subordinate orchestras will hold a series of concerts under the blue sky, surrounded by green grass and under old trees all across Taiwan.
The “Connecting People with Heaven” exhibition in Tainan will feature in-depth information and analysis of the Wangye (“Royal Lords”) sect, one of the most popular folk beliefs in Taiwanese society.
Taiwanese watercolor artist Sun Shao-ying is now displaying more than 80 of his watercolor paintings and sketches of the Sun Moon Lake at the Taichung Cultural and Creative Industries Park.
“A Dreamless Dream,” featuring Taiwan-born and Spain-trained painter Tsai Yuan-sheng, will be open to the public at Taipei's National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall from Nov. 9 through 28.