The National Taiwan Museum has launched a six-volume bilingual series titled "Photographers of Taiwan Series II," a trove of splendid works by six veteran Taiwanese photographers that celebrate their unique creative spirits.
Prominent poet and literary researcher Lin Jui-ming passed away at the age of 68 on Nov. 26. Lin was one of the key architects of the National Museum of Taiwan Literature and a published authority on Taiwanese nativist literature.
The Ministry of Culture selects intellectual property holders to participate in international licensing fairs, assisting Taiwan companies in cultivating overseas markets under the banner "Fresh Taiwan" and building Taiwan's global cultural image.
The Directors Guild of America (DGA) has named Taiwan director Yang Chieh as the Best Asian American Student Filmmaker of the US East Region for her work on "Tail End of the Year." It's a story about one little girl's Lunar New Year's Eve.
The "Design Competition on Visual Identity for Sites of Negative Heritage" exhibit at Jing-Mei White Terror Memorial Park showcases winning works that seek to reconcile the nation's authoritarian past with the modern advancement of human rights.
Chen Su-fang is an editor at one of Taiwan's most respected publishers, with a strict insistence on literary standards and experience in a wide range of forms, genres, and authors that have made her a trusted editor for literary creators.
The memorial museum is not only a place of commemoration, but also home to a collection of exhibitions and literary lectures, carrying forward the historical perspective on Taiwan literature that the late writer-critic Yeh Shih-tao constructed.