Ju Tzong-ching, musician and founder of Ju Percussion Group, has been named chairman of the National Performing Arts Center, an administrative cooperation seen as the key to the structural upgrade of the cultural environment in Taiwan.
The Taitung-based National Museum of Prehistory has launched Taiwan's first digital 3D archive of cultural artifacts containing 80 pieces of replicated artifacts. It is also offering a mobile program with AR/VR applications for museums.
Since the aged 'Sacred Woodcut of Baosheng Dadi' relic can no longer perform its duties, a high-tech replication was made to reintroduce the item back to its historic scene and context at the Xing Ji Temple in Tainan.
Upon completion by the end of 2018, the National Photography Center will focus on 'national memories' and 'photographic arts' as its core tasks to construct an outline of the history of Taiwan photography.
Chang Yui-tan is a leading figure in the field of museum studies in Taiwan. He has played an important role in developing museums and prompting cultural exchanges between Taiwan museums and their overseas counterparts.
Established by a group of local residents who were concerned about the cultural heritage of early agricultural Taiwan, the association aims to preserve, restore, and pass down local culture and history and build a sustainable community.