The annual Dajia Matsu Pilgrimage will set out from Jenn Lann Temple in Taichung City on Friday, and for the first time the start of the procession will be live streamed in 11 languages by Radio Taiwan International (RTI).
The 2021 Asia Pacific Social Innovation Summit will be held on April 10 and April 11 in New Taipei City. The summit will include speakers that are experts in the field. Through the two-day summit activities, people can understand important international trends and interact with people who are experts in the social innovation field. There would also be a market featuring more than 60 social innovation organizations.
The Cultural Affairs Department of New Taipei City Government organized a “2021 Culture Festival in New Taipei City”(新北市多元文化節), to help new immigrants assimilate into Taiwan culture. The festival starts on April 1st and ends on April 30th. This year, the theme of the festival is “Who lives in New Taipei City?” New immigrants are invited to record their cultural stories, and the audio stories will be shared with the public during the festival. Moreover, this year, music is added as a new feature,
The NIA Kaohsiung Service Center (移民署南區事務大隊高雄市第一服務站) organized an activity to help new immigrants understand family education and laws ( 新住民家庭教育暨法令宣導). The event aims to help new immigrants assimilate into Taiwan culture.
The New Southbound Policy has been adopted to identify a new direction and a new driving force for a new stage of Taiwan's economic development. Through economic and talent exchange, the policy hopes to develop a friendly relationship with the Indo-pacific regional.
More than a dozen artists will exhibit works inspired by Yuguang Island’s coastal scenery, at a biennial arts festival that starts March 27, Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che (黃偉哲) said Wednesday.
4-Way Voice and NIA Global News have been paying attention to new immigrant related topics for a long time. This time, 4-Way Voice and NIA Global News together launches a Taiwan Made Simple podcast. The podcast invites experts, scholars, and outstanding new immigrants in the podcast and share their opinions. And together they explore topics that new immigrants in Taiwan are concerned about.
An annual Chinese language program for migrant workers in Taichung designed to help them assimilate more easily into Taiwanese society will kick off March 20, an official of the city’s Labor Affairs Bureau said Thursday.
A series of events will be held over the next few months to challenge the public about their stereotypes of migrant workers in Taiwan, the organizer said Thursday.
The National Taichung Theater and the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts are presenting four dance-themed short films in March free of charge, according to the venues’ operators.