Thirty-six years after it began, the Golden Pin Design Award (金點設計獎) continues to honor inspiring designs from the "Huaren" (華人) community, as well as products directed at the Chinese-speaking community. This year, participants from around the world were invited to partake in a single competition under the "Huaren" (華人) theme. With a record number of entries, this year's competition was especially grueling and tense.
In the epic, 16-year battle over a priceless painting looted by the Nazis, there is one point on which all sides agree: When Lilly Cassirer and her husband fled Germany ahead of the Holocaust, they surrendered their Camille Pissarro masterpiece in exchange for their lives.
With winter bringing chillier weather, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi (SKM, 新光三越) is no longer just a place to shop, but also a place to share and cherish the warming love of the upcoming holiday season.
"Fidel, may you rot in hell." That was the stark message on a mural outside a popular thrift store in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood that had dozens waiting in line to sign their name.
Cirque du Soleil "Luzia" has canceled its San Francisco shows through Friday and hired psychologists to counsel cast and crew members in the wake of an accident that killed a technician earlier this week, officials said Thursday.
Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum ruled out Tuesday a public debate over the authenticity of a book of sketches that an art historian has said belonged to the Dutch impressionist.
An Albanian artist has built a portrait of Mother Teresa using staples, in a call for European countries to stop raising fences to shut their borders to refugees.
The National Palace Museum (NPM) will officially allow limited photography and recording of certain artifacts in exhibition areas at its branches in Taipei and Chiayi from Dec. 2, after a three-month trial ends on Dec. 1, NPM Deputy Director Lee Ching-hui said Monday.
Controversial British fashion photographer David Hamilton, 83, was found dead in his Parisian home Friday, emergency services sources said, just weeks after being accused of rape by several former child models.
A new exhibit of Max Pechstein's "Still Life with Nude, Tile, and Fruit" takes viewers not only behind the scenes of the German artist's career, but also behind the painting itself.