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代表圖象 Encyclopedia of Taiwan
Also known as Taiwanpedia, the free encyclopedia is a great research tool that provides in-depth information on Taiwan’s history, religion and folk arts.
代表圖象 Local Cultural Museum Portal
A guide to regional museums and art venues around the isle.
代表圖象 MINISTRY OF CULTURE
The Ministry consists of 12 departments, a secretariat and a permanent legal committee. The Ministry also supervises 19 subordinate organizations and 9 overseas offices, with plans to expand the number of overseas locations in the near future.
代表圖象 National Center for Traditional Arts
In March 2008, in order to integrate existing traditional theatrical groups with traditional musical groups in the country and to establish a healthy environment for the traditional performance arts, the Council of Cultural Affairs merged several institutions of a similar nature. These included the NCFTA (including the Research Institute of Musical Heritage), the GuoGuang Opera Company (overseen by the Ministry of Education) and its BanZi Opera group and lastly the National Experimental Chinese Orchestra. The above institutes were merged into the Preparatory Office of the National Headquarters of Taiwan Traditional Arts, which contains the NCFTA, the GuoGuang Opera Company, the Taiwan BangZi Opera Company, the National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan and the Taiwan Music Center. It is hoped that the traditional arts can be established and promoted effectively.
代表圖象 National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA)
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) was founded in 1988. It was temporarily closed for rebuilding in 1999 due to widespread devastation caused by the September 21st earthquake that year, and reopened in July 2004 with a brand new look. The NTMOFA is dedicated to the education and promotion of visual arts. It places great emphasis on collecting works by Taiwanese artists and exploring unique characteristics of modern and contemporary Taiwanese arts. Its aims are: to organize the most diverse range of themed visual art exhibitions, to foster long-term art exchanges with overseas institutions, to actively participate in major international events, to promote art education, and to provide the public with a pleasing and multi-faceted environment for viewing art. The newly-renovated museum building provides an open and friendly educational environment. The newly added Picture Book Area, the Family Room, the Media Art Center, the Media Art Platform, the Teachers' Resource Center and other educational and recreational areas cover a total of 5,319 square meters. During the twenty years since its establishment, the NTMOFA has held close to 900 exhibitions and thousands of related events.
代表圖象 Shock!
A group of young students who study in Sanxia want to resolve the education and mass media problem in Taiwan at the same time.So we create Shock! a local media platform for those who really want to know the culture of their hometown.
代表圖象 Taipei Documentary Filmmakers' Union
We are the first independent union in Taiwan that officially founded by documentary filmmakers on 9 September, 2006. The union dedicated to protect the basic labor rights of documentary filmmakers and developed the working standard for independent filmmakers. Through this mission statement, the union remains committed to promote the development of documentary industry and expected the internal documentary environment to be unified as an integrity. 「To plant roots of image knowledge in society」is the goal that we expect ourselves. So far, we have launched a series of events, such as [Something about Community Documentary Competition]from 1st to 5th,[Doc Makers Workshop at 3th Street], [Image TATUNG Program], [Puts Sound + Film Coalition Festival]、[Documentary Post-production Program],[Doc Film Festival],[Doc Filmmakers Reunion]etc., which included documentary screenings, documentary film-making programs, and labor right of documentary workers. Documentary appreciation is the starter that the union tries to attract people giving more attention to documentaries. And in the furtherance of step which is learning and comprehending the process of 「how to make a documentary?」. The union is committed to presenting regular screening programs for indie documentaries which should be thoughtfully presented to audiences, relevance to today’s Taiwan.
代表圖象 The Lovely Taiwan Cultural Foundation
The Lovely Taiwan Cultural Foundation is involved in the establishment of a better culture of villages and towns in Taiwan. The Lovely Taiwan shop is a place where you can explore the various cultures unique to Taiwan. The Lovely Taiwan shop providing a long-term stable sales platform for the tribal workers.
代表圖象 The Society of Wilderness
The Society of Wilderness Established in Taiwan on June 25, 1995, The Society of Wilderness (SOW) is dedicated to protecting the natural and ecological environment in Taiwan through education, habitat preservation, and public participation. In addition to 10 branches and 14 liaison offices in Taiwan, we have partners in Nicaragua, Australia, and Malaysia. To date, SOW has more than 14,000 family members. How to get involved. Gather 20 people, SOW will give a free speech -“Learning about the Natural Beauty of Taiwan” Attend free seminars Attend activities like Experiencing Nature Attend training courses like Nature Observation and Interpretation Become a member, volunteer and /or make a donation
代表圖象 thisbigcity
This Big City is an award winning social media organisation sharing ideas and encouraging discussion about sustainable cities. We publish articles on thisbigcity.net and are active on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr. We have worked with charities, NGOs, and corporations on social media projects and events. This Big City,是一個屢獲殊榮的社交媒體組織分享想法並鼓勵討論有關可持續發展的城市。我們在This Big City刊出的文章,也會同時積極地在Twitter、Facebook和Tumblr上出現。我們曾與慈善機構,非政府組織和企業,在社會媒體與活動上合作。
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