On the 71st anniversary of the February 28 Incident, the Ministry of Culture reaffirmed its intent to continue efforts in the transformation of the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall as well as the restoration of Taiwan’s human rights history.
To promote a more comprehensive understanding of Southeast Asia writers among Taiwanese readers, the Southeast Asian Literature Forum has invited six talented authors and poets to hold dialogue with Taiwanese literary figures.
The National Museum of Prehistory and Indigenous Peoples Cultural Development Center signed a memorandum of cooperation on Feb. 12 to increase exchange of academic research, museum expertise, and cultural educators.
1/2 Q Theatre is a Kunqu opera troupe that brings new life to classic Chinese musical drama. Its bold theatrical experiments present diverse elements of Taiwan's culture and astonish audiences with dynamic performances.
The Cheng Nan-jung Liberty Museum commemorates Cheng Nan-jung, a pioneering and influential human rights activist. The museum offers glimpses of Cheng's life story as well as the history of democratization efforts in Taiwan.