The Ministry of Culture has launched a Spanish version of the Taiwan Cinema Toolkit (Baul del Cine Taiwanes) for promoting Taiwanese culture through cinema in Spanish-speaking regions across the world.
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature, which is housed in the former Tainan Prefectural Government building, celebrated the 100th anniversary of the historic structure with the screening of a special literary program.
An exhibition featuring the collection of Art Bank Taiwan and new artworks co-created by young patients and artists will be held at the National Taiwan University Children Hospital from July 19 through Oct. 14.
Lee Tsai-chien, one of the leading forces in contemporary sculpture in Taiwan, has been entwined with the arts all his life. Many of his works begin with a simple classic Chinese concept that took on Western aesthetics.
Named after the 320-square-kilometer Lanyang Plain, the museum aims to provide visitors with a geographical and spatial experience that is unique to this expansive region of lust vegetation and pristine rivers.