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"Our Story, Our Song,” an exhibition featuring oral history related by senior Taiwanese musicians, will run at the Red House in Taipei's Ximen District from Dec. 10 through Jan. 12, 2014.
The exhibition's main visual design － "The Tree of Taiwanese Pop Music” － was inspired by the late composer Chen Chih-yuan's quote, "a tree remains even when I have passed away.” It also symbolizes the senior musicians' hard work, and that the younger generation can grow under their support and guidance.
The exhibition will screen the videos of 72 senior musicians telling their stories about music, and display a chronicle of Taiwanese music history, classic songs of different times and related videos, as well as the development of music players. It will also introduce seven main performance venues established over the years, from the banks of the Tamsui River to the Taipei Arena.
Visitors are welcome to sit down at the exhibition venue and hum melodies from the good old days while watching the videos. There is also a photo booth that one can use to make an album cover from the user's photos to add a personal twist.
Special events combining meetings and performances by singing legends Mei Dai, Chi Lu-hsia (Chi Lu-lu), Tao Hsiao-ching, and Yeh Chia-hsiu will also be held on Dec. 10, Dec. 24 and Jan. 4, 2014.