Seven renowned Taiwanese films, including the award-winning “Touch of the Light,” will be screened at a Taiwan-themed film festival held at the Filmhouse Cinema Edinburgh in the United Kingdom this month.
To help promote Taiwan’s unique culture to moviegoers in Canada, the Ministry of Culture has partnered with the Simon Fraser University (SFU) to hold a Taiwan Film Night in Vancouver on Nov. 29.
Two artisans from Taiwan have been invited to display their works in San Antonio and their gifts will be exhibited in public spaces to highlight the long-standing friendship between the U.S. and Taiwan.
Wilson Bo-lin Chen, an award-winning actor and a cultural ambassador for the Ministry of Culture’s “A New Wave of Reading” program, will be touring northern and central Taiwan this December to share his reading experiences.
The star-studded Golden Horse Awards is considered the Chinese-language Oscars. This year's biggest winners include Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang and Singaporean production 'Ilo Ilo.'
To commemorate legendary Taiwanese academic Hsu Ping-ting, the Bureau of Cultural Heritage will hold a special exhibition in Hsu’s hometown of Tainan starting from Nov. 26, 2013.
Taiwanese ceramic artist Lo Sen-hao will hold a solo exhibition titled “Liang Xiang,” meaning “bright appearance” in Chinese, at the National Museum of History from Nov. 29 through Jan. 12, 2014.
To celebrate the beauty of Chinese craftsmanship, the National Museum of History will be presenting 158 snuff bottles decorated by the late renowned artist Suo Zhen-hai from Nov. 22 through Jan. 19, 2014.
To promote cultural exchanges between Taiwan and Turkey, “Beauty of Turkey: The Exhibition” will be shown at the National Taitung Living Art Center in eastern Taiwan from Nov. 23 through Dec. 4.
From Nov. 14 through Feb. 16, 2014, the National Museum of History will host a special exhibition on Claude Oscar Monet, the late French painter whose “Water Lilies” series are still widely known around the world today.