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Pillars of the community
Traditional "Pili" puppets are on display at a press conference held by the Yunlin County government Wednesday, Oct. 5 to promote its annual Yunlin International Puppets Arts Festival. The rural county of Yunlin prides itself on being the home of traditional Taiwanese puppetry. Each year, its puppet festival draws tourists from across Taiwan and the world.
A multi-disciplinary Taipei Biennial
Taipei Fine Arts Museum (臺北市立美術館) is currently hosting a five-month artistic program interweaving exhibitions, performances, screenings, symposiums, readings, conferences and workshops in collaborations with various cultural and educational institutions from Taiwan for the Taipei Biennial 2016 (臺北雙年展).
Korea and Taiwan: Partners of  Co-Prosperity with Commonality
On the occasion of the National Day- the Foundation of Korea on October 3rd, B.C 2333, I am delighted to share my thoughts on Korea-Taiwan relations with the readers of the China Post.
Into the storm
Participants in a windsurfing competition brace themselves against strong winds in the Kuanyinting water area in the outlying county of Penghui.
A documentary drama on the cooperation between Taiwan and Indonesia in busting a fraud ring based in the Southeast Asian country in 2015 hit television screens in the Asia-Pacific region Saturday.
Extreme sports documentary
Actor Harry Yuan takes the front seat while paragliding in the skies of Taiwan in this undated photo provided by the Tourism Bureau. Yuan hosts a documentary jointly produced by the Tourism Bureau and National Geographic on extreme sports in Taiwan. The documentary will premiere in Taiwan on Friday, Sept. 23.
Fishermen's Day in Taichung
Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-long, fourth from left, and others stand at a press conference to announce upcoming activities in the central city on Fishermen's Day, Saturday, Sept. 24.
New breakers coming soon
Lalu islet in Sun Moon Lake is pictured in this image released Wednesday. Breakers protecting Lalu from the impact of waves are set to be replaced after 10 years in service.
Come sea the show
Seahorses are seen at the preshow event for the 2016 Taiwan Aquarium Expo at the Council for Agricultural Affairs building in Taipei on Tuesday, Sept. 20. The expo will be held in the Kaohsiung Exhibition Hall from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3.
ICRT in Tainan
A disc jockey hosts a radio show at the newly opened Tainan branch of International Community Radio Taipei (ICRT) in CTBC Financial Management College in the southern city on Tuesday, Sept. 20. ICRT inaugurated its Tainan branch Tuesday.
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