The draft Organizational Act of the National Human Rights Museum will be fast-tracked for deliberation by the Executive Yuan and the Legislative Yuan following the Executive Yuan’s approval of a four-year plan on a NT$2.2-billion budget.
A special exhibition on the making and meaning of headdresses among Taiwan’s indigenous tribes will run at the Council of Indigenous Peoples in New Taipei's Xinzhuang District from Dec. 14 through Jan. 16, 2017.
As part of the foremost generation of western-style painters in Taiwan, Chen Cheng-po painted with a sense of simplicity and purity. Unfortunately, his life was cut short following his involvement in the February 28 Incident.
As an annalist who served as a civil servant for Taitung County for five decades, Wang He-sheng helped to document local history and culture dating from the Japanese colonial period to the post-war days after WWII.