Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai will set off on a four-day trip to Hong Kong to promote Taiwan's performing arts and to deepen cultural exchanges between the two nations.
To foster closer cultural exchanges between Taiwan and Japan, the Ministry of Culture has brought Spotlight Taiwan to Tokyo, starting with the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Taiwan will join the International Heritage Show (Salon International du Patrimoine Culture) at the Louvre Museum in Paris from Nov. 7 to 10.
A series of Taiwanese blockbusters will be screened at the annual San Diego Asian Film Festival, which will run between Nov. 7 and 16 this year.
Art Taipei, one of the three biggest art fairs in Asia, will run from Nov. 8 through 11 at the Taipei World Trade Center’s Nangang Exhibition Hall.
To celebrate its 40th founding anniversary, Cloud Gate Dance Theatre will stage a rice-inspired dance at Taipei’s National Theater Hall from Nov. 22 to Jan. 19, 2014.
To mark the centennial birthday of Taiwanese artist Chiang Yi-hsiung, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts will hold a special exhibition titled “The Sunday of Life.”
More than 200 prehistoric animal specimens and objects used by ancient tribes will be displayed at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall starting Nov. 16.
The Ministry of Culture's National Taiwan Museum is proud to present “Crabs,” a special exhibition held in honor of the nation’s favorite crustacean delicacy.
The National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall will celebrate the 148th birthday of the founding father of the Republic of China on Nov. 12 with a series of engaging events.