Craftsmanship in TaiwanWay, a main feature of the "Ciao! Taiwan Arts Festival," is underway in Hong Kong with exhibitions, videos, and workshops for visitors to have a better understanding of Taiwanese craftsmanship spirit.
A total of 13 Taiwanese films will be presented online at the Freedom Crossing Film Festival (FCFF), serving objectives of showcasing Taiwan's journey toward democracy and freedom and broadening U.S. audiences' notion of freedom though Taiwan cinema.
A total of six winners, including preservation projects for tangible and intangible cultural assets and heritage preservers, were honored at the 5th National Cultural Heritage Preservation Awards ceremony held at Taichung-based Cultural Heritage Park.
The 11th Golden Indie Music Awards ceremony was held at Taipei Music Center, recognizing outstanding music artists who write and produce their own music across various genres. Singer J.Sheon and rock band "Future After A Second (FAAS)" were the biggest winners, each taking home three awards.
Yen Shang, who was known for his eight-line poems, had been a tai chi practitioner. The late poet said that understanding the structure of tai chi had led him to the comprehension of the concept of tension in poetry, as well as thinking of the orientation and context of poems.