Members of the Taipei Municipal Chien-Kuo Boys' Senior High School Marching Band pose for a photo in Kuala Lumpur, Sunday, Aug. 7. The marching band won the silver medal in the World Championship for Marching Show Bands 2016. They took home the most medals at the event.
This photo, taken on Thursday, Aug. 4, shows a massive art installation at the Embrace Cultural and Creative Park in Keelung, New Taipei City. The Embrace Cultural and Creative Park has been making headlines recently with art projects using high numbers of windmills. This summer, the "starry bears," made with 50,000 windmills and 2,000 recycled CDs, shows two white bears standing side by side on grass.
Taiwanese musicians Fire Ex (滅火器), Hush and Elephant Gym (大象體操) have been invited to attend Japan's music festival Summer Sonic and the pre-festival concert "Taiwanderful" at the end of this month.
Lights are lit at a Keelung temple used to worship local ancestors on Tuesday night, Aug 2.
"The Road to Mandalay," a film by Burmese-Taiwanese director Midi Z, has been selected for competition in the Venice Days, an independent event on the fringes of the Venice International Film Festival.
A large balloon in the shape of Captain Hook stands in front of New Taipei City Hall, Friday, July 30. It is part of the exhibition for the New Taipei Children's Arts Festival that runs through the end of August.
LEGO artist Huang Yen-chi stands next to his LEGO replica of Taiwan's presidential building, at an exhibition in a Taichung department store, Friday, July 29. The exhibition features models of many world landmarks.
A visitor takes a picture of an image of young Taiwanese singer-songwriter Cheer Chen displayed at an exhibition in Taipei, Friday, July 29. Featuring Chen's personal items, the exhibition is seeking a subsidy of NT$8 million from the Ministry of Culture. It has sparked controversy after some netizens questioned whether it deserves government funding when Chen could use her personal funds.
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In the 2016 Taiwan Culinary Exhibition to be held Aug. 5-8, Hsinchu, Taichung and Chiayi governments will each set up flagship pavilions to showcase their best food.