Four cinematic works from Taiwan – two feature films "Detention" and "Get the Hell Out," and two short films "Growing Pains" and "See You, Sir" – will be presented on Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) streaming platform.
The inaugural Queer East Film Festival will take place online and in-cinemas across the U.K. until January 2021, with Taiwan as the country of focus this year. Taiwan will be showcasing its rich tradition of LGBTQ+ filmmaking with 10 feature films and 8 short films.
Taiwanese conceptual artist Michael Lin, known for his site-specific installations inspired by Hakka floral prints, has been invited by the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Toronto to present his intricate works through Mar. 28, 2021.
In a historic decision, the panel of judges for the 31st Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music named two winners in the Best Instrumental Performance category, violinist Li I-ching and guitarist Su Meng-feng, for their impeccable performances.
The 2020 Tainan International Human Rights Festival will take place at the National Cheng Kung University from Nov. 1 to Dec.12, with a series of events casting light on Taiwanese abroad, indigenous community, and migrants living and working in the nation.
Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te expressed condolences over the passing of Taiwanese writer Qi Deng-sheng at the age of 81. Qi, whose real name is Liu Wu-hsiung, penned a number of literary works and novels which reflect his journey pursuing authenticity and aesthetics.
Every aspect of singing, reading, and combat is integrated into his act, and Ellvan Ku Yi-fan has sought out the linkages between Peking and Taiwanese operas to gain new ideas to better his performances.