The 26th edition of the Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE), held from Feb. 6 through 11, once again boosted publishing and cultural exchanges this year with a total of 530,000 visitors and 684 publishers from 60 nations.
Released by the Bureau of Cultural Heritage and the Council of Indigenous Peoples, the "Lmuhuw Dictionary" represents years of hard work by cultural historians, artists, and tribal elders in preserving the oral traditions of the Atayal people.
The National Museum of Prehistory will highlight issues around historical and transitional justice for Taiwan's indigenous peoples through an exhibition inviting the public to revisit the nation's history through audio recollections.
Hsia Yu is a pioneering poet and playwright who has broke free from the conventions of women’s writing with her witty use of postmodern techniques. Her poetry employs provocative language and whimsical words, refreshing readers through her unique insights and interpretation about life.
Dingxi Village is keeping Taiwan's silk-wrapping ornamental tradition alive by incorporating modern aesthetics and working on designs beyond just those used for weddings. The hope is that doing so will bring economic benefits to their rural community while also creating a thriving cultural industry.