“Reading Time,” a 10-episode series on Taiwanese literature adapted by local filmmakers and produced by the Ministry of Culture, is set to be aired on the National Geographic channel on March 29.
The Ministry announced the local artists who will be featured at the 2015 Bologna Children’s Book Fair, including illustrator Sun Hsin-yu, the first Taiwanese artist to receive a Special Mention from the Bologna Ragazzi Award.
A delegation led by officials from the Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development held a Taiwan Party night to promote the Taiwan Pavilion at the 2015 Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (FILMART).
An annual Taiwanese dialogue series held by the Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre in Hong Kong opened with Taiwanese film producer Lee Lieh’s candid discussion with well-known Hong Kong film critic Shu Kei.
A series of warm-up events for the 2015 Golden Melody Awards, including 12 campus concerts, kicked off on March 19 as part of the government's efforts to promote Taiwan’s pop music industry.
More than a hundred people attended a March 22 memorial service co-organized by the Preparatory Office of the National Human Rights Museum for victims of Taiwan’s martial law era known as White Terror.
The Preparatory Office of the National Human Rights Museum has co-organized a series of educational events on human rights, including a special photo exhibition on the White Terror era at a New Taipei City public library.
The Taiwan BangZi Opera Company under the National Center for Traditional Arts will host a cultural forum in Kaohsiung City on March 28 to discuss future plans for the renovated Zuoying Chungshan Hall Cinema.
The National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (NTSO) is celebrating its 70th anniversary with 5 concerts across Taiwan from March to December. This year’s repertoire will not only include classic music, but also pop and folk music.
In the wake of prominent Taiwanese musician Tyzen Hsiao’s death, a memorial concert will be held at the National Concert Hall in Taipei on April 5 to commend his lifelong contributions to music and culture.