UNESCO has designated Oct. 27 as World Day for Audiovisual Heritage to raise awareness on the importance of preserving, collecting, and revitalizing historic music materials. In response to this call, the Taiwan Music Institute recruited music museums and libraries to jointly launch the Taiwan Music Organizations' Strategic Alliance (TMOSA).
The National Human Rights Museum held a workshop titled "Transformation and Rebirth of Collective Traumatic Memories: Educational Challenges for Human Rights Museums," and specialists from five pertinent German institutions visited Taiwan to share their experiences in education and transitional justice.
Yeh Chwei-ching is one of the most experienced experts in record pressing in Taiwan, as well as one of the nation's most veteran recording engineers, having produced over 20,000 albums. In the late 1980s, he took the lead in acquiring PCM CD mastering technology, providing Taiwan's record industry with the beginnings of CD production.
Wang An-chi has played a number of roles, including scholar, educator, theater critic, and playwright. Her deep roots in classic literature have helped her grasp the essence of traditional operatic art and how that essence is reflected in contemporary thought.