Having witnessed a century of history, the Railway Division of Taiwan Governor-General's Bureau of Transportation (also known as the Taihoku Railway Bureau) from the Japanese colonial era has gained a new lease on life as a train museum.
"Taiwan's Railway Culture Exhibition" is a permanent exhibition at the newly opened Railway Department Park, featuring detailed miniature train models, vaults, production of train tickets, signaling block systems, carriages, and railroad platform displays.
After a long break due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the National Center for Traditional Arts' Yilan Park is restarting group events in July with a series of traditional music performances and craft workshops by its artisans-in-residence.
With group-gathering restrictions set in place to address the COVID-19 pandemic now easing, the Taiwan Traditional Theatre Center launched its first post-restrictions show on June 28 — Hakka drama "Bride for a Night, Wife for a Lifetime."
Minister Lee Yung-te visits Hong Kong protest art exhibition in Taipei to express support for HK artists in their fight for liberty and democracy, and show his dedication to upholding Taiwan's environment of creative freedom and diversity.
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