A documentary film featuring Hong Kong student activist Joshua Wong Chi-fung, which was released by Netflix, has aroused widespread international attention. Winner of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Audience Award: Documentary, Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower will also vie to be…
If something is good, the Chinese describe it as 好 (hăo). For example, in China, people greet each other with 你好嗎 (nĭhăo ma?) “Are you doing well?” One possible answer could be 我很好 (wŏ hĕnhăo) “I am doing (very) well.”
All great traditional artists live according to high moral standards. This creates a connection between the characteristics of the art of painting, good writing, and the individuals who bring about such art. Only when the artist represents a high level…
Ravage is a visceral and hard-hitting short film by Peabody Award-winning director Leon Lee and stars human rights advocate, actress, and Canadian beauty pageant titleholder Anastasia Lin.
Never before has a woman been so dedicated to bonsai art as Amy Liang (梁悅美). A native Taiwanese, she was born into a respected family in northern Taiwan and married a prominent gynecologist/obstetrician before becoming an internationally renowned bonsai master.
Realistic painting has a long and revered history going back to the ancient Greeks. Just as classic Greek and Roman art strove to depict the perfect form, artists of the high Renaissance revived classicism by painting beauty realistically.
Split by the State is a short film about a 17-year-old refugee boy living in Australia who becomes hopeful after learning Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will visit China.
Aiming to promote, preserve, and redefine Taiwan’s traditional arts through both static and dynamic exhibits, the National Center for Traditional Arts (NCFTA國立傳統藝術中心) was established in 2002 in Yilan County in northeastern Taiwan by the Ministry of Culture.
Once, the famous Renaissance artist Michelangelo was asked how he overcame the difficulty of carving his masterpiece — David. Michelangelo replied:
Ask any Japanese adult under 35 what their favorite childhood movie is and they’ll most likely mention My Neighbor Totoro, the film by legendary animation film producer Hayao Miyazaki.