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Hello … 'My Name Is Paul Smith'
Paul Smith, one of the top fashion designers in the world, is famed for his bold chic patterns. Wonder where he got his ideas from? You can look for answers at Paul Smith's upcoming solo exhibition, "Hello, My Name Is Paul Smith," at Huashan 1914 Creative Park. From June 17 to Sep. 3, access Smith's personal office, his design studio and more places where the iconic fashion designer becomes inspired.
 
To celebrate Easter, Taipei American School will be holding an Easter egg hunt and other fun activities this Saturday at the 37th Annual Spring Fair fundraiser hosted by the school's Parent Teacher Association. The event is open to all egg hunters, kids and grown-ups alike, who are part of the Taipei community
 
Enter our Mother's Day writing contest!
Mother's Day is coming up on May 14, so we would love to receive your writing about mothers. Tell us why you have the best mom in the world, write about becoming a mother yourself or anything else -- good or bad, we want to hear it.
 
The first major Henri Matisse exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in 50 years is opening to the general public.
 
This week's winner of the China Post writing contest is Lewis Jian (簡瑞達), who uses plain and simple language to create powerful snapshots of his everyday life.
 
Master's work
Visitors look at the famous artwork "The Gleaners," an oil painting by Jean-Francois Millet, at the National Palace Museum on Friday, April 7.
 
Most valuable diamond
In this March 29 file photo, the "Pink Star" diamond, the most valuable cut diamond ever offered at auction, is displayed by a model at a Sotheby's auction room in Hong Kong. The stunning 59.6 carat diamond sold Tuesday, April 4 for HK$553 million (US$71.2 million) at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong, setting a record for any diamond or jewel.
 
Enjoying  'The Great Skate'
Persistence is the key to success. As the old Chinese saying goes, it "takes ten years to sharpen a sword" (十年磨一劍). This adage is especially apt at describing the dedication of children's author James Hugh Gough, who spent five years illustrating and fine-tuning the story of "The Great Skate."
 
Two shows that are fit for spring
Spring is in the air! Returning from a long holiday weekend, TIFA takes on a more laidback and lighthearted note this week, kicking off with a musical comedy by Godot Theatre Company (果陀劇場) and following up with a contemporary master performing folk melodies on the sitar, an Indian string instrument.
 
This is how you detect artwork fraud
A painting with problematic pigment. A Chanel suit dressed up with acetate trim instead of silk. A Stradivarius violin that, well, just doesn't sound right.
 
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