In cooperation with the Anne Frank House in the Netherlands, the National Museum of Taiwan Literature and Taipei Women's Rescue Foundation's Ama Museum are holding an exhibition titled "Anne X Ama — Girls under Fire in WWII" in Tainan.
"Walking Through Prehistoric Times," a special exhibition curated by the Taitung-based National Museum of History, ties together Taiwan's prehistory and indigenous cultures with the past and present of weaving crafts.
Jin Kwei Lo Puppetry Company will re-interpret a female warrior from the classical novel "Water Margin" — Hu Sanniang, who goes by the moniker "Ten Feet of Blue" — with a creative new play that is slated for May 3 through 5 in Taipei.
Thanks to his artistry in decorative painting for temples over the past six decades, Huang Yu-chien was recognized by the Ministry of Culture as a preserver of important cultural heritage in 2013, gaining the title of "national living treasure."
Chen Hsi-huang has spent many years dedicating himself to passing on the art of Taiwanese glove puppetry. Not only is he an outstanding performer of the art, he is also a specialist in the production of puppet props.