Thursday, December 5, 2013
Taipei 101, one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world and a landmark in Taipei, is planning to embrace the arrival of 2014 with a 218-second fireworks display, the tower's spokesperson Michael Liu (劉家豪) said yesterday.
After a nearly year-long delay, the National Palace Museum (NPM) is planning to raise ticket prices next April, director Fung Ming-chu said yesterday.
Taiwanese-American singer and actor Leehom Wang has threatened to sue individuals and the media if they continue to spread rumors about him and his newly married wife that paint them in a negative light.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
One of China's top movie directors has admitted having three children with his current wife, according to a studio media posting, apologizing after months of speculation he broke the country's controversial family planning laws.
After animal-awareness documentary “Twelve Nights” received popular feedback from viewers all over Taiwan, producer Giddens Ko (九把刀) cautioned people to avoid being tricked into making donations to false fundraisers in the name of the film.
Television viewers in Bismarck, North Dakota, were treated to some real class this weekend when none other than the great Ron Burgundy read them the news.
Australian psychedelic artist Martin Sharp, a founder of the controversial Oz magazine who designed posters for the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, has died aged 71.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” blazed at the top of the North American weekend box office for a second week, earning US$74.5 million in ticket sales, industry estimates showed Sunday.
A work by modern painter Zao Wou-ki sold for 76 million yuan (US$12.47 million) on Sunday at Sotheby's first major auction in China, breaking the record for the artist's work set earlier this year in Hong Kong.