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An artwork in a Paris train station asking travelers to complete the sentence "Before I die ... " may have been misunderstood in the context of recent terror attacks, a railway spokesman admitted Tuesday.
 
Exhibit celebrating art and medical science now underway
Taichung City's Asia University (亞洲大學) is holding a special six-month exhibit combining art with medical science featuring both Taiwanese and foreign contributors.
 
Ernst Neizvestny, a Russian-born sculptor who publicly debated modern art with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev and went on to create his final memorial, died in the United States Tuesday.
 
A hearing on Amber Heard's allegations that Johnny Depp physically abused her is expected to last up to a week, prompting a judge Tuesday to delay its start.
 
It's been 10 years since best-selling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal impressed critics and readers alike with her memoir, "Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life." Now she's stretching the boundaries with a groundbreaking new twist on the traditional literary experience.
 
Bon Iver, whose emotionally intense folk rock has won a strong following, is hinting it is ready with its first album in five years ahead of the band's own festival.
 
A ukulele player from the Hawaiian island Maui who unwittingly sang a duet with reggae artist Matisyahu will be performing with the singer in Hollywood.
 
Taiwan Culinary Exhibition 2016 has concluded with a team of chefs from Macau emerging as winners in a cooking contest of the show, according to the organizer.
 
Pokémon Go  takes Taiwan by Storm
In recent weeks, the free-to-play Pokémon Go, a location-based augmented reality game, has been taking the world by storm, including Taiwan. Whether you are a fan of mobile games or not, you must have heard of the state-of-the-art game. Whether at home or on the street, or even in a company meeting office, people are playing it on a daily basis.
 
Florence Foster Jenkins: tone-deaf but adored
When opera lovers ask New York's Carnegie Hall for souvenir concert programs, they're not usually interested in Maria Callas or Joan Sutherland.
 
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