The 56th ceremony of the Golden Horse Awards — Taiwan's annual star-studded tribute to cinema — will be held in Taipei tomorrow. The theme is "In Search of Dark Horses," a nod to the program's equine symbolism and the Mandarin phrase for "underdog."
Marking the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the National Human Rights Museum has launched a special "CRC 30th Anniversary Exhibition" themed "I am a child! I have rights!" to raise awareness in Taiwan.
The National Taiwan Museum is hosting "Old Masters: Australia's Great Bark Artists," which displays rare and fragile works that are literally born of the land, with bark stripped from trees and ochre and clay extracted from the earth.
The Taiwan Music Institute has unveiled an interactive and innovative exhibition on historic Taiwanese musicians who studied in Japan during the early 1900s, when Taiwan was lacking in formal music education opportunities.
There is a traditional idiom that says, "a world created by ten fingers," which is a great way to describe traditional embroidery. With her nimble hands, Xu Chen Chun uses needle, cloth, thread, and padding to create incredibly lifelike designs.
Crystalline glaze master Sun Chao is the laureate of the 12th National Crafts Achievement Awards. The honor is a reflection of his superlative craftsmanship, personality, and attitude, as well as his dedication in passing on his ceramic art.