Taiwan will hold a 9-part series, including film screenings, seminars, and tea-tasting ceremonies, at an upcoming international cultural week celebrating foreign food traditions in Paris.
“Ice Poison,” a quiet thriller directed by Taiwanese-Myanmar filmmaker Midi Z, has been selected as Taiwan’s submission to the foreign film selection of the 2015 Oscars. “Ice Poison” is named after the Chinese word for crystal meth.
French theatergoers are cordially invited to watch Taiwanese artist Wu Hsing-kuo switch between half a dozen different characters in his one-man “King Lear” drama production in Paris during late September.
The International Council of Museums (ICOM) MPR 2014 Taiwan Conference concluded successfully in Taichung City on Sept. 5, marking Taiwan’s successful integration with the international museum community.
The final round of a worldwide one-on-one basketball tournament was held at the offshore Green Island Human Rights Memorial Park on Sept. 6 to promote the spirit of sportsmanship, perseverance, and tolerance.
The Ministry of Culture is offering up to NT$1 million for the first-ever “Youth Go! Village Cultural Development Project Competition.” All those within the age range of 20 to 35 are welcome to submit a project proposal before Sept. 30.
A special exhibition on the Republic of China’s southernmost islands, featuring photos and documents that provide the basis for the country's claims over the South China Sea, will take place at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
The 2014 Original Sound Music Festival featuring both well-known singers and local indie bands will take off at Hualian’s A-Zone Cultural Creative Industries Park from Sept. 13 through 21.
A string of fashion shows and an exhibition on cultural and creative products inspired by the unique vibrancy of Taichung City will run for ten days in central Taiwan starting on Sept. 13.
Taiwanese photographer and digital artist Lin Guan-ming will present his perspective of the all-encompassing ocean in a digital exhibition titled “Boundless Sea” at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.