LEGO artist Huang Yen-chi stands next to his LEGO replica of Taiwan's presidential building, at an exhibition in a Taichung department store, Friday, July 29. The exhibition features models of many world landmarks.
A visitor takes a picture of an image of young Taiwanese singer-songwriter Cheer Chen displayed at an exhibition in Taipei, Friday, July 29. Featuring Chen's personal items, the exhibition is seeking a subsidy of NT$8 million from the Ministry of Culture. It has sparked controversy after some netizens questioned whether it deserves government funding when Chen could use her personal funds.
Despite a flurry of frustration on social media, the record-breaking video game that has become a global phenomenon has yet to make its way to Taiwan, and the reason may just be one guy and his patent lawsuit.4 Comments
In the 2016 Taiwan Culinary Exhibition to be held Aug. 5-8, Hsinchu, Taichung and Chiayi governments will each set up flagship pavilions to showcase their best food.
Earlier this year, the Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE, 台北國際書展) successfully attracted more than half a million showgoers who visited some of the 1,706 booths or participated in one of the 875 activities during the six-day event.
Spanish architect group Basurama and local designers from City Yeast (都市酵母) have come together to create a city of style by renovating the least expected places and in the most astonishing ways: two children's playgrounds made of recycled materials.
Since 2007, the "Elephant Parade" has been held in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Italy, and numerous other places around the world. The international event is a fusion of playful artistic brilliance combined with, and founded on, a deep social mission: to generate interest and support to elephant conservation.
Actor Youxing Ma speaks to the media outside the Taipei District Prosecutors Office Tuesday afternoon. According to press reports, a local actress accused Ma of sexual assault and has provided a medical examination report as evidence.
British rock band Queen is set to hold its first-ever concert in Taiwan in September.
Scottish rock band Travis pose for a photo in front of the press after arriving at Taipei Songshan Airport (松山機場), Monday, July 25. The band members, from left to right, are Andy Dunlop, Fran Healy, Dougie Payne and Neil Primrose. They have arrived in Taiwan for their live concert scheduled for July 26, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Taipei International Convention Center (台北國際會議中心).