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May, 4, 2016

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Singer Jam Hsiao (蕭敬騰), who is in the midst of shooting a TV drama in southern Taiwan, was forced to take the rest of the day off after he was hurled from a motorcycle during an action scene in Kaohsiung Sunday.
U.S.-based Taiwanese dancer PeiJu Chien-Pott (簡珮如) from the Martha Graham Dance Company will leave the dance troupe to pursue her own career in the dance arena after taking part in a series of performances to mark the 90th anniversary of the troupe in April.
Ang Lee joins chorus upset by Oscars racism
Oscar-winning Taiwan-born director Ang Lee (李安) joined a number of Academy members of Asian descent to protest against racist jokes made during last month's Oscars ceremony.
NY hip-hop band joins
Visiting New York-based hip hop group Soul Inscribed on Thursday expressed excitement to be joining hands with local counterparts in their ongoing Taiwan tour, as part of the American Music Abroad program organized by the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).
The New York-based hip hop band Soul Inscribed is scheduled to stage a series of concerts in Taiwan later this month, as part of the 2016 American Music Abroad program that promotes cultural exchanges between the United States and other countries, according to the organizers.
Two restaurants in Taiwan have been included on the 2016 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list sponsored by Italian mineral water brand San Pellegrino.
Animator Chang Yung-han (張永翰) played a key role in the movie "Inside Out" produced by Pixar, which won an Academy Award for best animated feature on Monday.
Rising to No. 1 in the Canadian electronica charts and voted Canada's best new musical artist, the Canadian musician, yogi, activist and author Parvati is touring Asia and Oceania in April to promote her new single "I Am Light," debuting on radio March 15 and featuring on "Asia Pop 40" across Asia, according to Parvati's agency.
With 30,000 tickets to his concert in Singapore later this year snapped up within just two hours, Singaporean media have dubbed mandopop king Jay Chou from Taiwan an "invincible" international superstar.
Vietnamese-born domestic violence victim turned online celebrity, Chen Chu-li (陳竹莉) has been selected by a film company to help promote their film as well as to share Chen's personal story.
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