The National Taiwan Museum held the inaugural Sustainable New Year's Food Expo, the first expo oriented towards promoting marine sustainability in Taiwan, to offer sustainable recipes for the Chinese New Year banquet.
The National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (YunTech) and the National Museum of Prehistory, which have teamed up to develop 3D technology for cultural heritage preservation, have now entered the stage of virtual restoration.
Su Shih-hsiung is no stranger to the kiln's secrets. As the sole creator of the 'carved glazing' technique, the veteran potter has managed to evoke both traditional and modern design aesthetics with his boldly colored, stylishly fashioned clayware.
Tu Wei-cheng is a Taiwanese artist renowned for creating parallel or re-imagined worlds. Exhibitiongoers take on the role of an archaeologist or historian to analyze fictitious cultural relics that carry honest reflections of the present day.