In celebration of International Museum Day on May 18, Taiwan’s 72 museums are banding together under the theme of promoting diversity and equality for more people to appreciate museums with discounts and free admission.
Hong Kong-based Sowers Action will organize a charity golf event this Friday as part of its efforts to raise funds for children in need of education. The Eye on Taiwan has donated NT$180,000 for the golden sponsorship of the event.
Taiwan has invested NT$60 million in opening a supply chain hub that teams up with a large number of local professional organizations and schools in a collaboration to upgrade functional fashion industry on the island.
Taiwan’s largest outdoor music festival “Looptopia Music Festival” will be held for the second year during the spring break weekend on April 6 and 7, featuring big-name disc jockeys, including DJ SNAKE and Axwell Λ Ingrosso.
Taiwan’s diplomatic ally, the Dominican Republic, is hosting an art festival at Taipei’s Grand Hotel, where visitors are able to feast on the Dominican cuisine and viewing the Caribbean country’s artworks and jewelry for an all-around experience of the Dominican culture.
The 2018 Taiwan Lantern Festival officially opened in Chiayi County on Friday in what the organizer described as the unprecedentedly large-scale lantern event ever held in Taiwan.
The 2018 Taipei Lantern Festival kicked off in the bustling Ximending area in downtown Taipei, with Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je lighting up the main lantern during an opening ceremony held Saturday evening.
The annual Taipei Lantern Festival will officially kick off this coming Saturday, Feb 24 at Ximending Performance Area outside the Taipei Metro’s Ximen station with a lighting ceremony which the city government has promised would be a vibrant feast to the eye.
In addition to opening a branch in southern Taiwan, the Taipei-based National Palace Museum has taken a step further by promoting the ancient artifacts through the modern fashion industry.
Most military conscripts are keen to get away from Kinmen once they end their enlistment periods. And one thing that makes them to go back for revisit is food that they can’t find in Taiwan proper.