Ju Percussion Group founder Ju Tzong-ching and celebrated puppetry master Chen Hsi-huang are the joint recipients of the 39th National Cultural Award, a recognition of lifetime achievement by Taiwan's Executive Yuan.
Titled "Away We Go," the third edition of the Taiwan Traditional Theatre Festival will host 13 productions surrounding two themes — "women breaking boundaries" and "cross-genre experiments" — from March 27 to May 17 in Taipei.
The Beiguan culture-themed children's board game "Battle of the Beiguan Societies" integrates elements of society, music, and crafts within Beiguan culture, giving players a chance to understand this unique Taiwanese heritage through a riveting gaming process.
Grieving the death of renowned poet Yang Mu who passed away on March 13, Minister of Culture Cheng Li-chiun described Yang as a cultural titan who had devoted all his life pondering poetic expression, refining his craft in the art form, and exploring the vastness and depth of literature.
Following the rules by the Central Epidemic Command Center addressing public gatherings during the COVID-19 outbreak, all major government bodies are tailoring instructions for their respective industries. The Ministry of Culture's coronavirus prevention guide is outlined here.
Painter Chang Wan-chuan took contemporary Taiwanese arts to new heights by generating vivid images of fish. The inspiration emerged during the short-lived fishing career he took up when in hiding, for fear of political persecution under the White Terror.
Tsai Bi-yin, an inspiring poet from the Japanese colonial era, was renowned for the elegance of her poetic style and calligraphy. However, the talented writer's fame has never been solely based on her exquisite works — her private life has also long been the subject of interest.