Taiwanese paper craft artist Hung Hsin-fu's (洪新富) newest work is shown in this photo, taken at the D'Days Festival (巴黎工藝設計師週) in France on Tuesday, May 31. Taiwan was invited to join in the festivities, which will last from May 30 to June 5, to showcase paper craft works at the Museum of Decorative Arts.
Founded in 2009 by Hong Kong chef Mai Kwai-pui (麥桂培), Tim Ho Wan (添好運) immediately wowed the world, quickly rising to fame and even winning a Michelin star.
Fresh and authentic seafood can whisk you away to Penghu in a blink of eye. That is the goal of Chiu Yuet Fong (潮粵坊) Cantonese restaurant, which will unveil a range of seafood dishes at the Grand Mayfull Taipei (台北美福大飯店) from June 1 to July 31.
With its return after two years of absence an enormous hit last year -- attracting over 146,000 people during the 4-day show -- the 25th Taiwan Culinary Exhibition (TCE, 臺灣美食展) will unfold from Aug. 5-8 at Taipei World Trade Exhibition Center Hall 1.
Twenty artists will work at a daylong event in Taipei on Sunday to raise money for queer refugees in Germany.
The British Council IELTS Prize 2016-17 is now open for applications from students who are planning to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate studies locally or overseas in the academic year commencing in 2017.
"My ultimate goal is to let all my employees live good lives," said Tsai Ya Tin (蔡雅庭), the leader of Lyrics Studio. The theater troupe, established years ago by Tsai's very close friend, is a living example of the founder's vision.
A banner advertising 2015 romance film "Our Times" is shown in this photo taken in Seoul on Monday, May 23. Roughly 180,000 people have seen the movie in South Korea, a new record for a Taiwanese film. "Our Times" received three Golden Horse Award nominations. It stars Vivian Sung as Lin Zhen Xin, an ordinary schoolgirl, and Darren Wang as Xu Tai Yu, the school's notorious gang leader.
Remember how Grandma used to say "Before eating rice dumplings in May, never put your winter clothes away" about the unpredictable weather of Taiwan in the springtime? Marking the start of summer each year, the Dragon Boat Festival (端午節) takes place on the fifth day of the fifth month in the lunar calendar, which happens to be June 9 this year.
Calligraphers and painters from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau were conspicuously absent from an ongoing cross-strait calligraphy and painting exchange exhibition.