Romantic Route 3 Arts Festival promoted at Japan travel fair
To entice international travelers to visit Taiwan’s Hakka villages, the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) sent a delegation to attend Tourism Expo Japan, one of the largest travel fairs… More
Hakka specialties selection event opens to foreign travelers
To raise the global profile of Hakka settlements on Taiwan Romantic Route 3, the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) is organizing a selection contest of Hakka specialty products.… More
Taoyuan leg of Hakka arts festival kicks off in Longtan
Aiming to promote Hakka landscapes along Provincial Highway 3 (also known as Taiwan Romantic Route 3), the Romantic Route 3 Arts Festival co-organized by the Hakka Affairs Council… More
Liudui Marathon promotes the Hakka heritage of southern Taiwan
The 2019 Liudui Marathon kicked off in Kaohsiung’s Meinong District on Oct. 20 under the theme “Hakka Power.” Lee Yung-de, minister of the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC), was among… More
Hakka Weddings and Parties
Weddings, food, music, etc. are representations of Hakka culture that are close to the lives of ordinary people, and also a moving chapter in Hakka life. "Hakka Weddings and… More
Nationwide Romantic Route 3 Arts Festival kicks off with grand opening
President Tsai Ing-wen attended the opening ceremony of the Romantic Route 3 Arts Festival on Oct. 19 to unveil an art installation in front of the Presidential Office Building.… More
Inaugural Hakka Pop Music Contest holds open call for entries
To cultivate Hakka musical talents, the Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) is organizing the first-ever Hakka Pop Music Contest (客家流行音樂大賽). Submissions will be accepted through Nov.… More
Hakka musical ‘The Spring of Lan Caixia’ to tour Taiwan
Adapted from a classic literary work by distinguished Hakka novelist Li Qiao (李喬), the musical “The Spring of Lan Caixia (藍彩霞的春天)” will be performed across Taiwan, with showings More
Minister Lee visits Hakka senior care station in Yunlin
Accompanied Yunlin County Deputy Magistrate Hsieh Shu-ya (謝淑亞), lawmaker Liu Chien-kuo (劉建國), county officials, and councilors, Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) Minister Lee Yung-de… More
Minister Lee visits Miaoli for Hakka regional revitalization
Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) Minister Lee Yung-de visited Miaoli’s Dahu Township to learn more about the Hakka region’s recent revitalization efforts on Oct. 5. More