Brochures in English

  • BEERU is on air at TAIWAN BAR

    In the past, when “Taiwan Bar” popped up intodiscussion, one would immediately connect that namewith an animated history program, or a YouTubechannel dedicated to various topics. Or, the new mediabehind the projection on Taipei 101 in the 2020 New
    Year. Among these memorable creations, one couldnever miss Happy, a chubby, dark-colored Formosanblack bear with big ears and a plump body.Since the first second of Taiwan Bar’s inaugural video,Happy has never stopped his signature greeting. His
    insatiable curiosity and appetite for food leaves astrong impression on his audience, and steals the heartsof the audience, young and old.Six years of perfect reenactment This show takes a retrospective on Happy’s six-year career. Since 2014, Happy has been the headliner in Taiwan’s historical events, which dates back to the Dutch and Spanish occupation. The setting of his performances ranges from the Age of Discovery to
    the heydays of Dadaocheng, in which Happy enacts how to drink matcha and Hakka lai-cha, covering topics from romantic relationships to principles of the system. Viewing hits of his single feature grow from zero to two millions, more than 800 thousand people
    are now his subscribers. In “Fight for the economy,” for example, Happy’s
    exceptional performance turns the dry and heavy economic theories into interesting stories. Sometimes he assumes the role of a CEO, along his teammate Bai-mi, who acts as his employee, demonstrates how capital and labor force provide incentives to domestic
    economic growth. Sometimes he is the dedicated partner of Hung-gui, another capable teammate. Altogether they effectively interpret relationships within the framework of diminishing marginal utility. You must have also remembered Happy’s dancing
    skills, which he never hesitates to showcase in the “Dance Bar” series, and perform a series of repertoire from ballet, contemporary, folk dance to hip-hop. Dissecting animation with Happy In Happy’s live studio, one does not, of course, see the final products of animation. Rather, they see endless events taking place outside the frame. Looking for a
    worthwhile topic involves curating information from luminous books and online documents. Moreover, a good video requires the design of engaging dialogues and convincing character movement. Impressive style and movement for Happy, and emotionally engaging soundtracks that complement the video content, are
    also keys to success. As the on-site staff will testify, all these tasks, difficult and frustrating at times, often resulted in an immeasurable sense of achievement. This time Happy will assume the role of your guide, taking you to an explorative journey of Taiwan bar.
    Moreover, you will get to participate the one and only “Who wants sausages?” Game is only available in the studio. You will get to choose your own costumes and
    compete with your friends in a charade, seeing who is quicker and more agile. We strongly encourage you to give it a try.

    BEERU is on air at TAIWAN BAR
    Now Until 05/31
    Fuzhong 15 (No 15, Fuzhong Road, Banqiao District,
    New Taipei City)
    02-2968-3600#211
    www.fuzhong15.ntpc.gov.tw

  • Into the Mines- Reading a Cultural Route

    The Shuijinjiu area of the New Taipei City contains numerous former mining sites, documenting the industry and its intertwined history with the local life. This exhibit regards the relic mining sites as a classical text that could be explored and perused through the "cultural routes," and guides the audience on a journey through valleys and planes of the mines.

    Date 03/30-06/28
    Venue Gold Museum, New Taipei City Government

    No. 8, Jinguang Road, Ruifang District, New Taipei City
    02-2496-2800
    09:30-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)
    Taipei-Jinguashi: Taking bus route 1062 at the Exit 2 of Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station via Jiufen and get off at Jinguashi.

  • The Kick Wheel Show

    Master Zhan Guo-xiang is a renowned potter from Yingge. During the presentation he will show you how to create pottery by using a traditional jigger, which was a common tool of potters in early Taiwanese studios. The jigger forms an essential part of the traditional pottery craft. It moves through pedaling, and enables the potter to mold the clay, allowing him to create unique objects with bare hands.

    Date Sat- Sun, Holiday
    Venue New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum
    No. 200, Wenhua Road, Yingge District, New Taipei City
    02-8677-2727
    09:30-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)
    Take a commuter train to Yingge train station, the museum is a 10-minute walk from the Wenhua Rd. exit.

  • Grand Tour of Tea: An Amazing Adventure

    This exhibition traces the expansion of tea through artifacts found along historic trade routes. Discover how tea became the most popular drink in the world, crossing borders and becoming part of local cultures, to play a key role in the shifting geopolitical landscape. Co-curated by the New Taipei City Pinglin Tea Museum and the National Museum of History.

    Date Now Until 06/14
    Venue Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City

    No.19-1, Shuisongqikeng, Pinglin Dist., New Taipei City
    02-2665-6035
    09:00-17:00 (Closed on the first Monday of each month)
    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.

  • Westerner’s Life Exhibition Hall

    The European Living Quarter is based in Fort San Domingo and the British Consular Residence. The Quarter retains the original building style, and captures the working life, clothing, food and tea culture. We invite you to travel with us back to Tamsui and be part of the British Consul’s life in the nineteenth century.

    Date NOW
    Venue Fort San Domingo

    No. 1, Ln. 28, Zhongzheng Rd., Tamsui Dist., New Taipei
    02-2623-1001
    09:30-17:00(Closed on the first Monday of each month)
    MRT Tamsui station is the terminal station. Once you arrive, you can take buses R26, 836 or 857 to Fort San Domingo

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