Monday, August 31, 2015
An Italian professor of medieval art has suggested that a controversial painting on display in Taipei had a style more typical of Mario Nuzzi than his 17th century Italian counterpart Paolo Porpora.
Artists from both sides of the Taiwan Strait are showing their works at an exhibition at Taipei 101, marking the 70th anniversary of Republic of China's victory over Japan.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
After a local boy accidentally punctured a centuries-old Italian painting last weekend, exhibit organizers yesterday rushed to confirm the authenticity of the piece after allegations from an Italian newspaper raised doubts over its true identity.1 Comment
A local foundation said recently it will launch a unique show that comprises performances by traditional groups and pop stars, to promote Taiwanese culture and attract foreign tourists.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
The International Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage (CIPA) will host its 25th Congress and international symposium in Taipei at the end of the month, exposing Taiwan to new cultural preservation ideas and technologies, the Ministry of Culture said Monday.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Taiwanese-language diva Jody Chiang's (江蕙) farewell concerts in Taipei City drew to a close yesterday at the Taipei Arena, with special guest A-mei (張惠妹) seeing the diva off to her Kaohsiung concerts.
Imagine a British rock band pulling up its roots and relocating to Taiwan to learn Chinese and in a few short years composing hit songs in Mandarin and collaborating with a who's who of Taiwanese musicians.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
A Taiwanese musician is among the 25 awarded fellows of a U.S. government-initiated music diplomacy program, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) announced yesterday.
Friday, August 21, 2015
Radio presenter Lee Chi-chun won the special contribution award of the 50th Golden Bell Awards for radio on Wednesday, while National Education Radio leads the nomination with 17 nods.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Taiwan's rising star violinist Tseng Yu-chien (曾宇謙) will perform alongside the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra when the latter holds two concerts in Taipei in November.