Brochures in English

  • The Fourth Age of Man – Contemporary Art in Jinguashi

    Now Until 03/03
    Jinshuei Special Exhibition Hall, Gold Refining Building, Four cottages,
    Mining Square, Golden Hall, Level 2
    In Metamorphoses, the renowned Roman poet Ovid divided the humanity into four successive ages: Golden, Silver, Bronze and Iron. In the Golden Age, people lived peacefully with the nature, but during the Iron Age, men learn to demarcate nations with boundaries; they become warlike and master the skills of mining to dig out the riches of the earth. The Fourth Age of Man – Contemporary Art in Jinguashi invites five contemporary artists to explore mining development and its social impacts on communities. Through their interpretations of people, landscape, material culture and the physical remains of industrial mining heritage, the exhibition presents the Iron Age from a refreshing perspective that is soul-searchingly candid.
    Ruifang Gold Museum, New Taipei City Government
    BUS→Taipei-Jinguashi: Taking bus route 1062 at the Exit 2 of Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station via Jiufen and get off at Jinguashi.
    TRAIN→Taking Eastern Main Line in Taipei towards Yilan, Hualian direction and transiting at Ruifang for the bus route 1062 and 788 to Jinguashi from Keelung Bus Co. at the Land Office next to the Police Station to Jinguashi.
    No. 8, Jinguang Road, Ruifang District, New Taipei City
    09:30-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • New Taipei City Hakka Museum

    New Taipei City Hakka Museum
    The reclamation of the Taipei Basin began with people from Jhangjhou and the Hakka. In order to cohere the Hakka in New Taipei City and to help the general public know the Hakka culture, New Taipei City Government established particularly New Taipei City Hakka Museum in Sansia. New Taipei City Hakka Museum has been operated under the theme of “metropolitan Hakka” and the core value of “cultural innovation.” New Taipei City Hakka Museum also conducts research, preserves, and popularizes Hakka culture. The Museum is used for both meetings and leisure. It has an Art Gallery, a presentation room, a learning center, a conference room, a square, a regular exhibition room, an artistic corridor, a family reading room, a performance hall, and a restaurant.
    Sanxia New Taipei City Hakka Museum
    BUS→Take Taipei Bus No. 702, No. 851, No. 917, No. 981, or take a Taoyuan Bus No. 5005.
    TRAIN→Take a commuter train to Yingge station, then take Taipei Bus No. 981, No. 851 or Taoyuan Bus No. 5005.
    MRT→get off at Yongning station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 917, No. 981 get off at Dingpu station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 981.
    No. 239, Longen Street, Sanxia District, New Taipei City
    09:00-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • Teagether – Tea Culture Around the World

    Now Until 11/10
    Gallery B1
    Originated from China, tea is now a global drink after its spread from the east to the west. Different countries and societies created and practiced their own unique tea rituals. Pinglin Tea Museum has organized this world tea culture exhibition. Titled “Teagether ,” this exhibition provides a window to the fascinating tea cultural practices around the world, and an opportunity to experience the tea drinking methods of the Tibetan and Mongolian regions, along with Japanese, Russian, Turkish, Iranian and the Arctic . Exotic teahouses are built in real size in this exhibition, with entertaining interactive facilities and multicultural costumes for experiencing. What a fun tea carnival! Definitely you don’t want to miss!
    Pinglin Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City
    CAR→From Xindian or Yilan, take Provincial Highway No. 9, then take the Taipei-Yilan Highway or National Freeway No. 5 to reach the Museum.From Jingmei, take County Highway No. 106 past Muzha, Shenkeng, and Shiding. Continue onto County Highway No. 106B. Exit for Kuolai and continue onto the Industrial Road towards Pinglin.
    MRT→Take the MRT to Xindian Station. Transfer onto the Xindian Bus Service, and take the 923 or Green 12 (G12). Get off at the stop for Pinglin Junior High School. The Museum is a 5-minute walk away.
    No.19-1, Shuisongqikeng, Pinglin Dist., New Taipei City
    09:00-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)

  • Clean Environment for Clean Childhood – “In Love with the Environment” Group Exhibition

    Now Until 02/28
    Tamsui Plaza 4F
    “Curbing carbon emission for the Planet” is an arts competition and exhibition coordinated by Hsu Chao-Ying Charity Fund and AcBel Polytech Inc., an organization that is committed to the development of environmentally-friendly technologies. The works reflect the attention paid to climate change and environmental issue of elementary and secondary students, and their concern about the recent environmental disasters. We invite you to visit the exhibition, and to be connected with the students’ hope for a greener earth. What kind of environment are we going to leave for posterity while striving for economic growth? This is the issue we all have to think about.
    Tamsui Tamsui Historical Museum, New Taipei City
    Tamsui Plaza
    CAR→ From Taipei, take Provincial Highway No 2, through Shilin, Shipai, Beitou, then switch lane to Dadu Road, and cross Guandu Bridge, head toward the Danshui direction, then following the sign to the destination.
    MRT→ Get off at Tamsui MRT Station, then follow the signs to buses No’s 857, Red 26 or 836.
    BUS→Take Taipei Bus No. 702, No. 851, No. 917, No. 981, or take a Taoyuan Bus No. 5005.
    3-4F, No.91, Guanhai Road, Tamsui Dist, New Taipei City
    10:30-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)


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