In anticipation of the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympics, the National Museum of Taiwan History in Tainan is hosting a special exhibition on Chang Hsing-hsien, the first Taiwanese athlete to join the Olympic Games.
Paintings, seal cuttings, and installations are currently on display at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts to commemorate the late artist Ni Tsai-chin and his allegories on Taiwan's society and environment.
'Sparkling Encounters: Taiwan-Japan Literary Exchanges' at the National Museum of Taiwan Literature presents how bilateral interactions throughout history have shaped contemporary literature and sentiments.
Established by the late puppet master Li Tian-lu, I Wan Jan is an acclaimed hand-puppet troupe that turned a declining traditional folk art into a popular art form in Taiwan by incorporating elements from Peking opera.
Reopening to the public after years of restoration, the NTCRI Taipei Branch will complement the existing arts and cultural facilities along Nanhai Road and strengthen the position of the region touted as 'Nanhai Academy' for cultural leisure and tourism.