Sunday, December 1, 2013
Taiwan's Tourism Bureau will offer a set of eight LINE stickers for free download to users of the mobile phone app starting on Dec. 3.
A multicultural carnival will be held in Taipei today to mark the upcoming Migrants Day and will feature games, musical performances, salsa dancing and other activities, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) said yesterday.
Artist Chiang You-mei (蔣友梅), granddaughter of the late president Chiang Ching-kuo (蔣經國), announced her second solo art exhibition in Taiwan at the Tina Keng Gallery (TKG) on Friday, Nov. 29, marking the artist's first show in 2 years in her home country. Along with the show, the artist has also announced the publication of a poetry anthology, a collection of poems written in both English and Chinese by Chiang, with selected works of the artist's photography works.
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Taiwanese-American singer-songwriter Leehom Wang (王力宏), who is normally closely guarded about his private life, took the unusual step of announcing on social networking sites that he had found the love of his life.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The resounding sound of drums, gong and cymbals rings out from the distance. Its lively melody represents the happiness and joyfulness of the atmosphere.
The Singaporean film “Ilo Ilo,” which captured the Golden Horse Award for Best Feature Film on Saturday, will hit local theaters on Nov. 29.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Oscar-winning director Ang Lee on Monday continued his critique of Taiwan's movie industry, saying that its ability to compete internationally has been hampered by several deficiencies.
Monday, November 25, 2013
Galloping into its 50th year, Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, the oldest and most established in the Chinese-speaking world, set yet another milestone Saturday when it handed out its top award to the Singaporean film “Ilo Ilo.”
This year's Golden Horse Award for Best Feature Film was a close race between two family-based stories, the winner “Ilo Ilo” and “Stray Dogs,” according to the jury chairman Ang Lee.