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.
The 2016 Taiwan Lantern Festival, a two-week event that kicked off in Taoyuan on Monday, Feb. 22, is the largest of its kind in history in terms of the scale, the height of the main lantern, and the number of new records it has established.
Taiwanese photographer Mark Lee Ping-bing (李屏賓) won a Silver Bear for outstanding artistic contribution at the awards ceremony of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival (or the Berlinale) Saturday.
The 2016 Taiwan Lantern Festival (臺灣燈會) kicks off today for the pleasure of the young and the young at heart all across the country. The most brightly lit event of the year is poised to dazzle millions again with its magnificent display of lanterns in the 20-hectare belt running from the THSR Taoyuan Station Square (桃園高鐵青埔站前廣場) to Qingtan Garden (青塘園) until March 6.
Ryan Reynolds' "Deadpool" is not only stirring up a superhero craze and making headlines in entertainment news around the world, it has also seeped into crime reporting in Taipei.
A selection of rare manuscripts and personal effects of celebrated Chinese author Eileen Chang (張愛玲) is on display at an exhibition in Taipei until Sunday. Visitors can tour parts of the writer's home in Shanghai, recreated in the Taipei World Trade Center by Golden Horse-nominated artist Miss Charlie.