Tag Archives: Art

Urban Nomad Film Festival in Taipei

2 film festivals you need to catch this May in Taipei

A rundown of two awesome film festivals (you probably don’t know about) to head to in May.

Artwork by Hayakawa Katsumi

Hayakawa Katsumi’s phenomenal solo exhibition

Run, don’t walk to Hayakawa’s stunning exhibition at the Noh Gallery

Keith Haring Exhibition, National Museum of History

Dear Taipei, You know when you’re trying to express your sentiments about something you feel very strongly about, but when you speak the words aloud, they sound tangled and confused? In your head, the ideas flow much more poetically, but out aloud- they do not hold the same power you wish them to. But one day, you […]

What’s happening in Taipei: December Edition

Dear Taipei, A pinch and a punch for the first day of the month!  December has hit us, so I hope you’re ready for the onslaught of Christmas decorations (which already started appearing prematurely last month) and cries of “where did the year go- it felt like July just the other day?!” If you’re wondering […]

A review of Nou Gallery, Taipei

A review of the captivating Noh Gallery. If you’re into art, you should make a trip here, stat.

Taipei neighbourhoods: Zhongshan

Dear Taipei, I wonder how many times you have made people stop in their tracks? To make someone on their way to an important meeting, or in the busy morning commute to work, or even in a mindless wander to stop- even just for a moment- and take a proper look at what’s in front […]

How to Hong Kong: A trip to Stanley with Me, Myself and I

Dear Taipei, I think if you could speak, you’d try to dispel the assumptions made about you. One of the biggest which comes to mind is that you’re not a worthy holiday destination in yourself. A good proportion of people only visit you for a brief trip, often on a stopover on the way to […]