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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Models fly kites in this undated file photo released by the New Taipei City government's Bureau of Cultural Affairs on Monday, Sept. 19. The Northern Coast International Kite Festival will be held on Sept. 24-25 at Baishawan Beach in New Taipei City's Shimen District. More than 20 teams of kite flyers from over 10 nations will compete at the festival.
On a beach in Xinwu Township on the outskirts of Taoyuan, flower-like installations filled with green vegetation gently sway in the wind as they face the ocean before them. There are 57 of them, connected and intertwined together and placed in a spiral formation in the sand.
Attendees at Art Expo Taiwan 2016 appreciate works on Friday, Sept. 16 at Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 3. This year's Art Expo Taiwan largely focuses on works by domestic artists. Over 100 well-known Taiwanese painters and artists participated in this year's show.
A comic-style artwork depicting President Tsai Ing-wen and her cat is shown on Friday, Sept. 16. The Presidential Office's permanent exhibition will allow public viewing on Sept. 18, showcasing artworks featuring the inner workings in the Presidential Office, as well as an exhibition introducing Taiwan's presidents and their inauguration speeches.
The "father of modern Chinese art glass" Heinrich Wang (王俠軍) made a rare appearance in Southern Taiwan recently, giving a lecture in Kaohsiung on "Cultural & Creative breakthrough - inheritance and innovation."