This picture shows a large sand sculpture of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen shaking hands with mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping, located in Tainan City's Mashagou Coastal Recreation Area (馬沙溝濱海遊憩區).
A Song-Jiang Battle Array performer from I-Shou University (義守大學) leaps into the air during rehearsals for the presidential inauguration in Taipei on Thursday, May 19. The troupe of 36 students will be combining flag-waving, martial arts, ..........
This photo from local artist Chen Feng-chun on Wednesday, May 18 shows a portrait of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen that he painted onto a grain of rice to mark her upcoming inauguration on Friday, May 20. The painting also features Tsai's catchphrase about the need to remain humble.
The Golden Melody Awards, credited as being the most celebrated music awards in the global Chinese community, unveiled the nominees for the upcoming awards ceremony on Friday.
"Lei Chi," a Malayan gharial with a deformed mouth, is seen in this undated photo provided by the Taipei Zoo. Zookeepers said the 44-year-old freshwater crocodilian was previously kept in tanks of various sizes over the years, .............
Dancers perform in a video clip presented at a press conference in Taipei on Wednesday, May 11 announcing "Tong Yang-tze SAO 2016," a cross-boundary show combining Chinese calligraphy, dance and music.
The Central Bank (中央銀行) revealed its commemorative coin set that celebrates the inauguration of the 14th president and vice president, which will be sold on the date of the inaugural ceremony on May 20, reported the United Daily News on Tuesday.
A scene from the Taiwan-made 3D feature animation film Frogville (桃蛙源記) is seen in this photo released by the film's director, Yang Ren-hsien, on Tuesday, May 10.
Nine big-name Taiwanese singers and a band, led by pop diva A-mei, will organize a benefit concert in Taipei in August to ramp up support for same-sex marriage in Taiwan, after a gay marriage bill failed to pass in Taiwan's Legislature last year.1 Comment
Imperial robe of Qing Dynasty Emperor Jiaqing is seen on display at the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum in Chiayi, Monday, May 9. "Lord Jiaqing and the Journey to Taiwan: A Special Exhibition on Cultural Artifacts of the Qing Emperor Renzong" opens today and runs until Sept. 4. The exhibit also features dozens of historical documents, including those which detail the emperor's attempt to curtail corruption and administer Taiwan.