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Hakka Tung Blossom Festival starts now!
The Tung Blossom Festival is one of the most renowned Hakka celebrations in Taiwan. From April to May every year, Tung flowers usually reach full bloom in Hakka settlements, which… More
2021-04-15
Special exhibition on Liudui Games kicks off in Pingtung
n celebration of the 300th anniversary of the establishment of the Liudui Hakka settlements, a special exhibition on the Liudui Games kicked off on April 1 at the Liudui Hakka… More
2021-04-06
Hakka region of Liudui celebrates 300th anniversary in southern Taiwan
The year of 2021 marks the 300-year history of Liudui’s Hakka settlements in southern Taiwan. To raise Liudui’s ethnic consciousness with the cultural integration of 12… More
2021-04-01
Hakka theatrical installation displayed at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei
In partnership with the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC), the Paper Windmill Theatre performed the Hakka theatrical production “Rain Horse” at the Main Plaza of the National Theater… More
2021-03-29
First ever Satoyama Life Festival held in Hsinchu
Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) Minister Yiong Con-ziin attended the inaugural Satoyama Life Festival in Hsinchu County’s Hengshan Township (橫山鄉) on March 20, joined by the county’s… More
2021-03-24
World Hakka Exposition put off till 2023, new plan due in 3 months
The World Hakka Exposition, which was originally scheduled to be held from July to September in 2022, will be postponed until 2023, announced the Taoyuan City Government. During… More
2021-03-22
Hakka theatrical production ‘Rain Horse’ amazes audience across Taiwan
Performed by the Paper Windmill Theatre (紙風車劇團), the stage show in collaboration with HAC is an adaptation of Hsiao Yeh’s picture book of the same title. “Rain Horse” is a More
2021-03-20
Hakka theatre ‘Rain Horse’ impresses audience across Taiwan
The eye-catching statue of the giant blue horse will be exhibited at the plaza in front of National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall from March 25 to 28. More information can be… More
2021-03-19
Eye-catching Hakka theatre ‘Rain Horse’ meets young audience in Taipei
In collaboration with the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC), the Paper Windmill Theatre performed "Rain Horse," a theatrical production for children, at the Main Plaza of the National… More
2021-03-15
HPCF holds Hakka consultation meeting on future prospect
The Hakka Public Communication Foundation (HPCF) held an annual consultation meeting in Taipei on March 4. This event was joined by Director Liao Mei-ling (廖美玲) of the Hakka… More
2021-03-10