Sunday, August 2, 2015
The Department of Commerce of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (經濟部商業司) held a press conference yesterday in an attempt to boost the food industry and domestic consumption by inviting members of the public and tourists to taste local Taiwanese food.
Deborah Brown has danced at the Sydney Opera House and on other famous stages around the world, but performances on the dirt of remote Australian Aboriginal communities are her most nerve-wracking.
Lynn Anderson, whose strong, husky voice carried her to the top of the U.S. charts with "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden," has died. She was 67.
Hong Kong movie star Daniel Wu is bringing martial arts back to TV in the U.S. with his upcoming series "Into the Badlands," premiering Nov. 19 on AMC.
Angelina Jolie has joined Myanmar's opposition leader and democracy icon, Aung San Suu Kyi, in sitting down with female workers to learn more about their dire conditions.
The filmmakers behind a documentary on the toy powerhouse Lego say critics who see the film as a 92-minute commercial for the tiny building blocks are missing the point.
The phenomenon known as Andrea Bocelli is at it again, releasing his 11th complete opera recording. This time he takes on the tenor role of Calaf in Puccini's final, unfinished opera, "Turandot," best known for the stirring aria "Nessun dorma," immortalized by Bocelli's Italian compatriot Luciano Pavarotti.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Kurt Cobain's widow and daughter are urging a Seattle judge not to release death-scene photos and records that a lawsuit claims will prove the Nirvana frontman was murdered more than 20 years ago.
Katy Perry's dream of owning a hilltop convent near Hollywood is going to have to wait a while longer.
Here's a roundup of news Thursday from the Television Critics Associationa summer meeting, at which U.S. TV networks and streaming services are presenting details on upcoming programs: