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A precious snap
Tam Han-je, an undergraduate student at the Chinese Culture University Department of Optoelectric Physics, is seen in this photo provided by the university on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Tam captured a rare photo showing the docking of Chinese space laboratory Tiangong-2 and Chinese spacecraft Shenzhou 11, while on the roof of a building at the university on Nov. 17. The photo was published by the website
A cultural awakening in the 'Wan-Li Era'
Ancient China not only saw profound cultural developments within its borders, but also influenced the varied nations that surrounded it, especially during the Wan-Li Era (萬曆) of the Ming Dynasty (明朝) -- from the 16th century to the early 17th century. Many of these influences are still visible in the present day.
Tiny art
A ring features a carved-out rooster on top of the gemstone, Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Taiwan welcomes you
Thai movie star Jib, center, shares her travel experiences in Taiwan in a program produced by Taiwan's Tourism Bureau and the Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5 to attract more Thai tourists to visit Taiwan. The promotional film will be broadcast on the "Travel Note" program of the Thai TV company.
Myanmar-Taiwanese director wins award for 'The Road to Mandalay'
"The Road to Mandalay" (再見瓦城) by Myanmar-born Taiwanese director Midi Z (趙德胤) won the award for best international feature film at the 36th Amiens International Film Festival in France on Friday.
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The Presidential Office held a concert Saturday featuring several Taiwanese musicians and singers to showcase the diverse cultures in Taiwan.
Bring the whole family
A curious dog is restrained by a man as a woman pays for the items she bought at the 2016 Taipei Pets Fair on Friday, Nov. 18. The fair, which lasts till Nov. 21, features more than 400 booths offering year-end sales at the Taipei World Trade Center.
Gold Museum attraction
Bodypaint artist Huang Yen-tzu shows off her handiwork in this photo provided by New Taipei City's Gold Museum on Friday, Nov. 18. The museum said Huang will paint the hands of visitors for free on Saturday when its two wooden houses are open to the public.
Breeze lights up Christmas tree at Taipei Main Station
Breeze Center Corporation hosted a Christmas tree lighting at Breeze Square in Taipei Station yesterday evening.
An exotic Christmas
Dancers perform at a press conference to announce the Taipei Christmas Festival, an almost month-long fair modeled after the Strasbourg Christmas Market, Wednesday, Nov. 16. The Taipei fair takes place at Taipei 101's North Square from Dec. 1 to Dec. 25, allowing locals to experience what it's like at Europe's oldest Christmas market. The fair is jointly organized by the Taipei City Government, Bureau Francais de Taipei and Taipei 101.
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