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August, 28, 2016

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Taiwan design
Eager to share its designs with the world, Taiwan is no stranger to major events in the cultural and creative industry. To pave the way for going global, the Taiwan Design Center (TDC, 台灣創意設計中心) has collected high-potential brands and products for presentation at the "Fresh Taiwan" pavilion in international shows since 2012.
 
Living in a  'State of Flux'
Held at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum until Sep. 25, "State of Flux" (崩解劇場) highlights the ever-changing landscape where we live, which is affected by a growing number of man-made disasters.
 
Embracing Design
In "Design Station" (設計進站), a World Design Capital (WDC, 世界設計之都) project, the new looks of metro stations were met with awe and praise.
 
Picture worth more than a thousand words to voters
A mishmash of voices and music blaring from video screens compete for attention inside a new art exhibit in Ohio looking at the images and sounds of presidential campaign television ads.
 
Art to be served with tea at Kaohsiung City exhibition: foundation
"Art Tour of Universe Stars Exhibition," sponsored by Hsieh Huang Bian Culture and Arts (HHBCA) Foundation, opened Aug. 4 and will run until Aug. 31 at Howard Hotel Kaohsiung B1 living gallery.
 
'My affair with Kurt Vonnegut'
This April 19 file photo shows a mural in Indianapolis, Indiana called "My Affair with Kurt Vonnegut," by Pamela Bliss. Vonnegut, the late writer, was an Indianapolis native.
 
The Sydney Opera House is set to undergo a multimillion-dollar overhaul, with an emphasis on improving its acoustics, once described as worse than an aircraft hangar, officials said Thursday.
 
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.
 
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