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Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Performing her first bartending show at the age of 4, Kuo Chih-ling, a top prize-winner in the Asia- Pacific Bartender of the Year Cocktail Competition in 2011, describes practicing mixology as “tasting life.”
Taiwan -- Mixologist encourages teens to discover talent
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Taiwanese baseball drama “KANO” grossed over NT$13 million (US$428,600) at theaters around Taipei last weekend, topping the box office ahead of the current Hollywood blockbusters.
Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne thrilled fans in Taiwan at a live concert Sunday night in Taoyuan County with not just her hit music but also her outfit.
Taiwan -- National Palace Museum ticket prices to rise in July
Admissions to the National Palace Museum (NPM), one of Taiwan's major tourist attractions, are set to go up from July 1 in an adjustment that will mainly affect overseas visitors, the head of the museum said yesterday.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Businesses and cultural workers in the southern city of Chiayi Sunday launched the first of several charity screenings of locally produced baseball film “KANO” to allow the disadvantaged to see the film.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Opera-pop singing group Il Divo was greeted by excited fans at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Wednesday as the four-man group arrived for a performance at Taipei Arena later in the day.
The five members of Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan's forthcoming boy band JJCC were revealed Wednesday by their management company.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
South Korean actor Kim Soo Hyun, who was catapulted to international stardom by his role in the hit TV series “My Love From the Star,” will meet his fans in Taiwan later this month.
“Stray Dogs,” director Tsai Ming-liang's award-winning film about a homeless single father on the streets of Taipei struggling to support his two children, is set to hit theaters in France on March 12.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
An exhibition that opened Monday in Taipei is showcasing props and recreated sets from the hit baseball film “Kano,” which tells the true story of an underdog Taiwanese high school baseball team of the same name.
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