Aiming to restore the truth of history, vindicate political victims, and create a new society of dialogue and reconciliation, the Green Island Human Rights Arts Festival will run through July 30 at the Green Island Human Rights and Culture Park.
A movable car isn't news, and neither is a movable house in Taijiang. Tales of folk wisdom and unique solutions devised by early residents of Tainan are on view at this special exhibition at the National Museum of Taiwan History.
Inspired by a poem about moonlight wandering through a mountain bamboo forest, 'Bamboo Traces' has curated roughly 100 works from Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, and the UK in an ambient setting.
Wu Nien-jen is a prolific scriptwriter, director, and author whose works usually depict the lives of the working class in Taiwan. He held an influential role in Taiwan's New Wave Cinema movement during the 1980s by writing the screenplay for a number of representative films in that era.
Wong Wen-biao is a paper mache artist who has helped preserve the folk culture and techniques of traditional paper mache in Kinmen. Such exquisite sculptures are usually commissioned by clients for their religious rituals, festivals, wedding ceremonies, and funerals.