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Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Steffen Knoell of Germany received the highest honor at the 2015 Taipei International Design Award on Nov. 15.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Celebrating its long standing dedication to Taiwan and partnership with the Tainan 39 Short Film Festival founded by Tainan based filmmakers Till Dietsche (狄龍) and Lynne Tinling Tai (戴叮玲), interfilm Berlin invited a special guest program, Cinemaformosa -- Shorts from Taiwan, to screen at this year's 31st edition of the Berlin International Short Film Festival.
Spike Lee calls for diversity as he gets his honorary Oscar
Spike Lee told an audience of entertainment luminaries that it's easier for a black person to become President of the United States than head of a Hollywood studio or network.
When "Star Wars" audiences were blown away four decades ago by its thrilling battles in space, they were also witnessing a big bang in special effects that is still felt today, as fans await the next installment in the blockbuster saga.
Justin Bieber is proving to fans that he has a new "Purpose" in life.
Justin Bieber answers questions, performs
Climate & wine: Is it still Bordeaux without Merlot?
Can the world's most storied wine region adapt to climate change without losing its identity? This is the question haunting the Bordeaux region as the threat of global warming looms ever larger.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
The autumn art auction season has wrapped up in New York with successful sales of just over US$2 billion albeit in a more cautious market than the bonanza records chalked up in the spring.
Four more leading orchestras on Friday joined Google's Classical Live, a project by the Internet giant to bring more of the concert hall audience into the growing sector of streaming.
If you were going to reinvent MTV for a mobile generation, you'd probably come up with something like YouTube Music. It's a video-first music service that also plays in the background like you'd expect a music app to do. That sets it apart from other music apps out there, many of which give you a choice of videos or songs, but not interchangeably.
This weekend, audiences can go deep underground with Antonio Banderas to experience the plight of the trapped Chilean miners in "The 33," sing Christmas carols with John Goodman and Diane Keaton in "Love the Coopers," and gawk voyeuristically at Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's well-heeled depressives in "By the Sea."
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