Four Taiwan dance troupes will be showcasing Taiwan's vibrant creativity at the online Edinburgh Festival Fringe. "Connecting with Taiwan," a series of in-depth talks under "Taiwan Season," will be available from Aug. 4 to 28.
In collaboration with the C.F. Koo Foundation, the Ministry of Culture initiated the "TaiwanEYE Online Showcase" project to help promote 10 Taiwanese performing arts troupes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Teatro de marionetas de Formosa" — an unprecedented overseas showcase of over 180 pieces of Asian puppetry artifacts from Taiwan — has now been made available as an online exhibition in five languages.
Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te visited the Kishu An Forest of Literature on July 31 to view veteran photographer Juan I-jong’s retrospective exhibition, that captured the daily lives of Hoklo, Hakka and indigenous communities from earlier days in Taiwan.
The Taiwan Cultural Center in Paris signed a MoC with Nantes-based Le Lieu Unique, France's National Center for Contemporary Arts, on July 28, with the aim to add the French city as another essential site showcasing Taiwan arts.
Taiwanese sound artist Wang Fu-jui is an important part of Taiwanese avant-garde digital and sound art in its early days. He lead Taiwan into a new realm of sound art, and founded Taiwan's first experimental music label and publication -- "Noise." Photos courtesy of @Digiarts