In response to local activists’ appeal concerning the stranded fate of the Lo-Sheng Sanitarium, Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai has announced a series of ongoing restoration plans for the historic complex.
The 18th Taiwan-France Cultural Award will be awarded to the European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan in Germany and the Paris-based Marché International du Disque et de l'Edition Musicale.
Under the Emerald Initiative, an international grants and collaborative program, the Ministry of Culture will help publish the first bilingual collection of short stories co-written by Taiwanese and Malaysian authors.
The romantic comedy “I Am a Family Guy” and time-travel family story “Tree of Life” were among the biggest winners of the 2013 TV Scripts Awards, with each bagging the highest prize money of NT$800,000.
A group of cultural and creative experts were invited to a forum in Taipei to focus on helping local businesses explore the international market by integrating resources and marketing channels.
Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai presided over the inauguration of the National Taiwan Museum’s South Gate Park, where Taiwan’s oldest camphor production base was once located.
Three Taiwan-made productions, including director Tsai Ming-liang's 'Stray Dogs' and Jay Chou's 'The Rooftop,' have been nominated for 7 separate award categories at the 56th Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Macau.
A dozen Taiwanese TV and movie companies departed for the 2013 Asia TV Forum and Market in Singapore, hoping to transform their businesses from subcontractors into producers of their own.
Featuring the works of local woodwork brands, studios and individual artisans, an exhibition on small wooden crafts is now showing at the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute in Nantou County till April 2014.
Proposals will be accepted through Dec. 27 for projects that arrange for Southeast Asian personnel to visit Taiwan for meaningful and collaborative cultural exchanges from Feb. 1 through Nov. 20, 2014.