Encompassing a total area of 16.79 hectares, the Taipei Railway Workshop is the designated site of the proposed National Railway Museum. It will become a center for the research, collection, and display of Taiwan's railway culture and history.
A sculpture exhibition featuring the whimsical menagerie of artist Hung Yi is being staged at the Taipei Branch of the National Taiwan Craft and Research Institute to mark the first-year anniversary of the branch's establishment.
Under the theme 'Sheng,' a Chinese word meaning 'to put something into a container' as a verb and 'a container that is filled to the brim' as an adjective, this Taipei exhibition explores the evolution of vessels from 8,000 years ago.
Lo Sirong is a singer-songwriter who adapts music from original poems written in Hakka, Chinese, and Taiwanese languages. As mother, she also sings about motherhood and different aspects of female life. For re-popularizing Hakka music, Lo was named the 2011 Golden Melody Best Hakka Singer.
The Taiwan Quasi-Museum Development Association is a community aimed at building a sustainable hometown by integrating local history, cultural assets, industries, and regional tourism. It is also devoted to promoting arts education in the hopes of making the region a base for developing quasi-museums throughout Taiwan.