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Taipei Nuit Blanche art festival to turn city ‘upside down’ Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taipei Nuit Blanche art festival to turn city ‘upside down’

An all-night celebration of the arts with films, light installations and performances will be staged in the capital’s streets and cultural buildings Oct. 6 for the annual Nuit Blanche Taipei festival. (Read More)

Taiwan to showcase traditional arts from Asia Pacific, Eastern Europe Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan to showcase traditional arts from Asia Pacific, Eastern Europe

This October's 2018 Asia-Pacific Traditional Arts Festival is themed around "The Preservation and Adaptation of Traditional Arts," and groups from around the world who have inherited various forms of traditional performance have been invited to Taiwan. By offering a platform to showcase these diverse art forms, the festival aims to safeguard such heritage. (Read More)

International entrepreneurship congress kicks off in Taipei Photos - New Southbound Policy

International entrepreneurship congress kicks off in Taipei

The Global Entrepreneurship Congress Plus kicked off Sept. 26 at the Taipei International Convention Center, bringing together industry experts and policymakers from home and abroad to discuss methods of using smart technologies to strengthen business growth, innovation and sustainable development. (Read More)

Stories of love and loss celebrated at Taiwan Literature Award for Migrants Photos - New Southbound Policy

Stories of love and loss celebrated at Taiwan Literature Award for Migrants

Writers from Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam were the winners at the 2018 Taiwan Literature Award for Migrants held Sept. 30 in Taipei City. (Read More)

Tainan to hold community courses on Southeast Asian crafts, music Photos - New Southbound Policy

Tainan to hold community courses on Southeast Asian crafts, music

The National Tainan Living Arts Center has renewed the "New Residents' Cultural Cultivation and International Art Exhibition Tour" program for a second year. This year, the motif tying the program together is "Southeast Asian Art in Taiwan," with a series of cultural forums, handicraft workshops, music classes, and folk arts exhibitions that aim to boost public awareness of and respect for Southeast Asian cultures and art. (Read More)

MOC opens Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab at former air force headquarters Photos - New Southbound Policy

MOC opens Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab at former air force headquarters

Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-Lab) was officially launched Aug. 18 at the site of the former air force command headquarters in Daan District of Taipei City, the Ministry of Culture announced. (Read More)

Taiwan’s highest museum opens its doors in Alishan Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan’s highest museum opens its doors in Alishan

Taiwan’s highest altitude museum opened Aug. 15 in a century-old building inside the Alishan National Forest Recreation Area in the southern county of Chiayi. (Read More)

Taiwan Culinary Exhibition wraps up in Taipei Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan Culinary Exhibition wraps up in Taipei

The Taiwan Culinary Exhibition wrapped up Aug. 13 at Taipei World Trade Center, with some 150,000 visitors attending the four-day event aimed at spotlighting local delicacies, food culture and produce, according to organizer Taiwan Visitors Association. (Read More)

RTI hosts event for Indonesian listeners Photos - New Southbound Policy

RTI hosts event for Indonesian listeners

Radio Taiwan International (RTI) on Sunday hosted an Indonesian listeners' meeting in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the launch of its Indonesian service. (Read More)

Taiwan to promote human rights, transitional justice through film Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan to promote human rights, transitional justice through film

Taiwan went through a long period of authoritarian rule, and even though that is over three decades in the past, the work of transitional justice continues to prove difficult to get underway. Some of the reasons for this are a lack of consensus among the people, national values that are in chaos, and a number of social systems (and even constitutional values) that have yet to be fully established. (Read More)

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