Taiwanese singer-songwriter Crowd Lu will lead metal band Flesh Juicer and rock trio Sorry Youth to join the 2015 Summer Sonic, one of the largest international rock music festivals in Japan.
The Troupe of Acrobatics of the National Taiwan College of Performing Arts will be presenting Chinese folk acrobatics and stunts at the KUASH Theatre in Kuala Lumpur on Sept. 9.
Taiwanese culture will be presented by four performance groups at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August – Tjimur Dance Theatre, Puppet Beings Theatre, Formosa Circus Art, and TAI Body Theatre.
An exhibition on Taiwanese ceramic arts — “Elogio de la Cultura: El arte de la cerámica taiwanesa pintada” — will be shown from July 10 to Aug. 23 at the Spanish city of Valencia.
Two films exploring adolescence and acceptance in Taiwanese society will be screened in New York as part of the 2015 Asian American International Film Festival starting July 24.
A trio of classically trained Taiwanese musicians — violinist Hung Yin-chou, cellist Pan Wan-yi, and pianist Cheng I-hsuan — will hold a live performance at the Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles on Aug. 1.
The Executive Yuan will display a selection of art pieces spanning from porcelain to gold and lacquer crafts from June 12 to Dec. 12. The featured artwork were made by 11 artists shortlisted by the 2014 Taiwan Craft Competition.
“Renovation and Reform,” a special exhibition at the National Museum of Taiwan History, will lead visitors to revisit 19th-century Taiwanese society through its collection of historic images, maps, manuscripts, and illustrations.
To mark the 120th anniversary of the Japanese Conquest of Taiwan, the NMTH has organized an exhibition to introduce how people with different cultural backgrounds and socioeconomic positions viewed the era of 1895.
A series of symposiums and events highlighting the role of Hakka culture in Taiwan has kicked off in Osaka as part of the Ministry of Culture’s efforts to deepen cultural exchanges with Japan.