The first Taipei Fashion Week kicked off with opera and acrobatics Dec. 6 at Taiwan Traditional Theatre Center.
Three of Taiwan’s foremost scenic attractions will host free sunrise concerts on New Year’s Day to spotlight the nation’s natural and cultural richness, according to the Tourism Bureau under the Ministry of Transportation and Communications Dec. 5.
An art exhibition exploring the history of sites where rights violations occurred opened Nov. 28 at the National Human Rights Museum in New Taipei City as part of government efforts to raise awareness and further discussions on transitional justice.
An exhibition featuring more than 100 concepts and products chosen as finalists or honorable mentions in the 2018 Golden Pin Design Award kicked off Nov. 16 at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park in Taipei City.
The newly opened National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts in the southern metropolis and a green exhibition home called The Wheel on display at the Taichung World Flora Exposition in central Taiwan have won silver at the 2018 New York Design Awards.
An exhibition promoting Taiwan’s outlying islands as travel destinations opened Nov. 14 at the Office of the President in Taipei City.
Two centuries-old buildings in Taipei City — Longshan Temple in Wanhua District and Dalongdong Bao'an Temple in Datong District — have been named national historic sites, bringing the total number of such sites in Taiwan to 100.
An international workshop on cross-sector R&D collaboration was staged Nov. 7 in Taipei City as part of broader government efforts to strengthen Taiwan’s research capabilities and industrial competitiveness.
The National Human Rights Museum and Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation signed a memorandum of understanding Oct. 30 to raise awareness in Taiwan about gender issues.
Taipei Cycle Show kicked off Oct. 31, featuring 1,150 leading firms from Taiwan and overseas showcasing the latest and greatest designs, products and technologies.