The Taiwanese are a naturally superstitious people, and this is particularly evident during Ghost Month in Taiwan, also know as the Hungry Ghost Festival.
The Sanyi Woodcarving Festival has been held in Taiwan each year since 1990. It attracts countless woodcarvers and art lovers from around the world.
The Taiwan Book Festival is on April 23-24 at Huashan Culture Park from 1pm-6pm. I am giving a presentation on How to Setup a Successful Blog/Website and Monetize It at 1pm on Saturday at Table C.
Love is in the air again as Qixi Festival, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day, falls on August 16 this year.
The 6th Annual 2009 Taipei Toy Festival is here again. This year the show is being hosted at Huashan1914 Creative Park. The show runs from July 9-12th and it is expected to draw over 20,000 toy fanatics of all ages.
The Mira Department Store at Core Pacific City Mall (京華城)(also known as The Living Mall) in Taipei hosted the 5th annual Taipei Toy Festival early last month. The show, which ran from July 10-13th, brought thousands of insatiable toy collectors of all ages and uber-cool vinyl toy designers from around the globe through its doors. […]
Yangmingshan’s annual Calla Lily Festival occurs in March and April each year in Taiwan. There are over 70 calla lily farms that you can visit in the Zhuzihu Lake area.
Wander through valleys of lilies at the Calla Lily Festival at Bamboo Lake in Yangmingshan National Park every March and April.