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March, 1, 2017

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Taiwan fans exceed Wolverine's expectations
At a press conference for X-Men spinoff film "Logan" on Tuesday, actors Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart thanked Taiwanese fans for showing effusive support for them and for the mutant franchise.
For the love of books
The jewel in the crown of Bologna Children's Book Fair, the "Illustrator's Exhibition" (波隆納世界插畫大展) is showcasing the latest in innovation with the works of 77 artists chosen by a prestigious international jury that met in Bologna to evaluate and discuss the works of 3,191 illustrators from 61 countries.
Dream cast reunites
No matter in which form art takes shape, learning to appreciate the timeless qualities that all great works possess is a rewarding process that enriches the soul.
X-Men in Taipei
Patrick Stewart, left, and Hugh Jackman arrive Sunday, Feb. 26 in Taiwan, the only Asian stop on a promotional tour for their film "Logan." A throng of fans turned out to greet the pair at the Taoyuan airport. Jackman, who is taking up the role of Wolverine for the final time in "Logan," waved enthusiastically and said hi to fans in Chinese.
Taipei's most immaculate bar
KOR isn't pretentious. To be pretentious, it would have to write checks that it couldn't cash, like aiming for a grand interior but getting an ostentatious one, or boasting about fine drinks and serving Johnnie Walker Blue.
Beautiful art or ear torture?
A performer of traditional Chinese Opera performs the classic works "Mu Quei Ying" and "Hong Bi Yuan" during a press event at the Peking Opera Showcase in Taipei on Tuesday, Feb. 21. "Mu Quei Ying," one of famous Chinese operas, and will be performed for three days starting March 3.
Timeless art returns
From March, National Theater and Concert Hall brings to audiences a plethora of programs in its annual performing arts festival
A hub for business and culture
Six days filled with books and ideas, as well as insights into new industries and markets, finally came to an end on Monday. Once again, the Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE, 台北國際書展) has bridged the gap between cultures, creating a new hub for business in the cultural and creative industries.
A groundbreaking musical experience
"One Night of Phantasium" seems a natural fit for musical duo Buke and Gase, who ply rapturous melodies on homemade instruments, backed by layers of vocal acrobatics and stream of consciousness lyrics.
Who needs a man when you've got a cello?
Taiwanese cello virtuoso Nana Ou-Yang (歐陽娜娜) rehearses for a Valentine's Day concert at the National Concert Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
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