Culture of taiwan
In the meantime, let’s get excited for the inaugural Taiwan Film Festival in UK & Iceland, March-April 2019!
Taiwan has hundreds of museums. Make sure to come here every week to discover a new one!
The Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines was established in 1994 as a specialist museum founded on the collection and display of artifacts of Taiwan’s indigenous peoples. It is dedicated to promoting mutual understanding between different ethnic groups, through careful research, preservation and explanation of the essence of Aboriginal cultures. Achievement of these aims of mutual respect and appreciation will help to create a harmonious and gentle society.
Shung Ye Museum’s main displays introduce the natural environment of Taiwan’s indigenous peoples, their daily utensils, clothing and personal decoration, ritual objects and religious life. Films shown in the auditorium provide an understanding of the present conditions of Aboriginal life. The museum also has a special exhibition room where related exhibitions are held at regular intervals to broaden visitor’s field of concern, and to present the many faces of humankind’s culture.
The Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines’ ideal is bring concerned people of all ethnicities together to devote themselves to these aims.
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The Cultural Division is dedicated to promoting Taiwanese cultural activities ongoing across the UK, Ireland and Northern Europe.
Browse our fully functional calendar to have a look at what events are coming up for the rest of 2018 - whether it's art, dance, literature, theater or music - we have you covered!
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Since its establishment in November 2012, The Taiwan Cultural Division in the UK has worked to introduce Taiwanese culture to audiences in the UK and beyond, supports Taiwanese artists in bringing their works to new shores, and helped to facilitate Taiwan-UK cultural collaboration and understanding.
Through a deeper understanding of Taiwanese culture, we hope that you will have a deeper understanding of Taiwan!
The Cultural Division is a branch of the Taiwanese diplomatic mission, the Taipei Representative Office in the UK, headed by Representative Mr David Y.L Lin
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