Alishan Forest Railway has been named Taiwan's first national-level cultural landscape, defined as "Locations or environments formed through longtime interactions between human beings and the natural environments, which are of value from the point of view of history, aesthetics, ethnology, or anthropology."
The Taipei-based National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall will host "Flowing in Mind," a memorial exhibition on one of Taiwan's most acclaimed Fauvist painters — Chang Wan-chung (1909 – 2003), from July 18 through Aug. 20.
Hsin-chien Huang is a creator with technological finesse and an artist's eye. Apart from delving into new media and virtual reality productions, Huang has also produced new-media lighting and sound effects for pop concerts.
Changhua artisan Tung Tso has carved inkstones for over a half century. Even after a lifetime dedicated to Luo River inkstones, Tung remains steadfast in his promotion of the regional art form and its culture.