Theater stages comeback in Taipei with Post Pandemic Renaissance

After a long pandemic winter for theater lovers in Taipei, Post Pandemic Renaissance Theater Company is on a mission to bring a blossoming spring of culture, with invigorating new plays, and timeless classics, for both local and global audiences. Post Pandemic Renaissance (PPR) is is made up of professional and amateur theater artists dedicated to bringing high quality performances and entertainment experiences to audiences every Friday at two Taipei City venues, Co-founder and Artistic Producer, Stewart Glen told Taiwan English

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Australian Artist Reproduces Kaohsiung Street-grit in Miniature

Australian artist Joshua Smith recently completed a model of a locksmith’s shop in Kaohsiung City and it will be on display in an exhibition at the Arcade Art Gallery in Kaohsiung from November 10. According to My Modern Met, Smith, a former stencil artist and gallerist has focused on creating miniature urban landscapes for the past two years. Smith’s previous work featured a building in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Kaohsiung locksmith building is replicated on a 1:18 scale and includes

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Boy Punches Hole in 350 year-old Painting

Taipei: A 12 year old boy accidentally punched a hole in a painting when he stumbled during a visit to an art exhibition at the Huashan Cultural Park in Taipei, Sunday August 24. The painting, “Flowers” by Paolo Porpora (1617-1673), is valued at more than 1.5 million USD, and is part of a collection of 55 paintings from the late renaissance period on loan to Taipei as part of “The Face of Leonardo, Images of a Genius” exhibition. A security video of

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