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May, 1, 2016

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Instead of glitz, onlookers were treated to sophisticated pared-back looks on the red carpet last night at the 52nd Golden Horse Awards, considered the Oscars of Taiwan's film industry.
Chi Mei Museum, one of the most popular attractions in Tainan, Southern Taiwan, since its official inauguration Jan. 1, announced that it will close for a week for annual maintenance.
Steffen Knoell of Germany received the highest honor at the 2015 Taipei International Design Award on Nov. 15.
Celebrating its long standing dedication to Taiwan and partnership with the Tainan 39 Short Film Festival founded by Tainan based filmmakers Till Dietsche (狄龍) and Lynne Tinling Tai (戴叮玲), interfilm Berlin invited a special guest program, Cinemaformosa -- Shorts from Taiwan, to screen at this year's 31st edition of the Berlin International Short Film Festival.
British Office holds new 007 movie 'Spectre' screening
The British Office yesterday held a movie screening of the latest James Bond movie "Spectre" in Taipei as part of the UK's global branding campaign.
Lin calls on claimants to include Taiwan in South China Sea talks
Foreign Minister David Lin (林永樂) yesterday called on the international community to include Taiwan in dialogue related to South China Sea issues so that it could work with other countries in the area to settle disputes through peaceful means.
Bird watcher's dedication captured in documentary
The new documentary "Fly, Kite Fly" (老鷹想飛) by Taiwanese nature photographer Liang Chieh-te (梁皆得) depicts how a bird watcher spent the prime 20 years of his life recording the lives and behavior of black kites in Taiwan.
A short film about an Italian vampire and his encounter with a Taiwanese taxi driver won the NT$50,000 (US$1,542) top prize at the 2015 Taiwan International Queer Film Festival Sunday.
A Japanese-style tearoom made of steel and calligraphy installations made of human hair are among the eye-catching works on display at Art Taipei 2015, which opened Friday in the city.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, the serene and scenic Chihshang Township (池上) in eastern Taiwan's Taitung County welcomed thousands of visitors who had flocked to the rural township to see an annual art performance in its signature rice paddy.
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