The body talks! Embracing the uniqueness of oneself and others, becoming freer and more complete
During the Covid-19 outbreak in 2020, the Dance South project initiated by three cities in Taiwan and Spain made a change of plans by turning to the Internet, where it conducted online exchanges on dance choreography creation and adopted a new model of learning to deepen the connection between artists and institutions from different countries.
Bolero in Kaohsiung interview
If every piece of art has a great mission, Bolero in Kaohsiung's is to bring dance to new audiences!
Dance South: cross-country dance journey based in the south
When landing at the airport, what appeared before my eyes was the busiest international transportation hub in Spain's capital Madrid – the fourth terminal of Madrid-Barajas Airport.
I see you: Sign Language Art Consultation that Communicates with the Eyes
I have visited Paris twice in the past. Walking in the city always brings new experiences, as if seeing it with fresh eyes.
Enrich Your Life with Dancing—The Beauty and Creativity of the 2020 Taiwan Dance Platform
Due to the pandemic, this year's Taiwan Dance Platform at Weiwuying mostly consisted of Taiwanese groups.
'A Piece of Cake': Extending the Side Stage to Explore the Possible and Impossible in the Whole Picture of a Cake
I last saw a performance by LIU Yen-Cheng at the 2018 Innovation Series Dance performed at the National Theater and Concert Hall...
An Encounter at Weiwuying－An Observation Report of the 2020 Taiwan Dance Platform
2020 has been a special year, a year that prompts us to take a look back at the past year in Taiwan...
Dance for Dance's Sake: There Is No Boundaries
Dancing Grandmothers embodies the concept that dance sets no boundaries. If the statement that one used to like dancing when one was young stands valid, dancing can be an affair that lasts a lifetime. Watching the senior ladies move their body freely in colorful costume and get from one place to another on stage in articulated disco beat is very enthralling, as if they were making a call for the audience. What a lark it is to dance!