A Chinese opera group will present the most famous love tragedy in Chinese history, here in Taiwan. "Longevity Palace" (長生殿) is a well-known historical tale from the Tang Dynasty. It tells the unforgettable love story between Lee Lung-ge (李隆基 A.D. 685-A.D. 762), known as Emperor Huan (唐玄宗) and his magnificent concubine Yang Yu-huan (楊玉環 A.D. 719-A.D. 756), which ended in tragedy, as she was forced by her beloved husband, the emperor, to hang herself at the age of 35.
An albino baby macaque clings to its mother sitting on a tree in a forest in Linbei Village, Yunlin County, in this photo provided by a reader. It is believed there are around 300 macaques in the Linbei area, among the orchards.
Fans of popular animated films such as "Castle in the Sky" and "My Neighbor Totoro" will get to see a 3D recreation of more than 20 classic scenes from the movies at an exhibition that opens today in Taipei.
Participants brave the currents during a rafting contest at the Xiuguluan River (秀姑巒溪) in Hualien in this file photo released by the East Coast National Scenic Area Administration. Nearly 1,300 people will compete in the Xiuguluan River rafting competition held by the administration on June 26. Around 1,000 more will participate in recreational rafting.
The 2016 Taiwan International Balloon Fiesta will take place from July 1 through Aug. 7 in the eastern county of Taitung. As a warm-up for the event, the organizers on Monday launched a four-day campaign to solicit Chinese names for four different balloons, including the one pictured above.
Models pose before a sand sculpture on a beach in Mashagou Coastal Recreation Area in Southern Taiwan on Friday, June 10.
Apart from his storied literature, Gao Xingjian (高行健) has a comparably impressive resume as an artist. Despite being one of the most important Chinese authors in recent history, his visual art is just as biting and poignant.
Being part of the Austronesian circle, Taiwan, with its unique geographic setting, has seen myriads of cultures come and go in its years of civilization, blending them to form an unparalleled background of its own.
Movie actress Hsia Yu-chiao (夏于喬) is seen praying for a smooth shooting of her new film "Teacher, will you come back?" in Nantou County, central Taiwan on Monday. The actress said enthusiastically that her role in the film as a music teacher will take advantage of her talents in playing Chinese music.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York will host a 15-day retrospective of the work of Taiwanese cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-bing, who won a Silver Bear in Berlin earlier this year.