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Join 2022 LunarFest “Together, Stronger!” to Celebrate Year of Tiger!

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From Jan 27th to Feb 21st, welcome to join LunarFest “Together, Stronger!” in Vancouver, a month-long celebration for Year of Tiger! The two-day festivities on Feb 5th & 6th at North of the Vancouver Art Gallery will feature fortune telling, workshops, and acrobatics by Cirque Du Soleil! Artist Lady Hao Hao’s art installation of “West End Wishes” will be displayed at Robson/Cardero St from Jan 30th to Feb 15th. Additionally, the lantern works from 10 artists will be presented at North of the Vancouver Art Gallery (“We Are A Family” from Jan 27th to Feb 9th) and Granville Island (“Forever Young” from Jan 29th to Feb 21st). On Feb 1st, Harmonia String Ensemble will provide a musical treat with Vivaldi Choir and Vancouver Zion Mission Choir at the Orpheum. Stay tuned for more information:
(1) LunarFest Vancouver:
Website:https://lunarfestvancouver.ca/ 
(2) The Lantern City:
Website:https://thelanterncity.ca/

Join the Musical Journey with Small Island Big Song Concert at Seattle Town Hall

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Taiwan Studies Arts & Culture Program, University of Washington, partners with Town Hall Seattle to present “Small Island Big Song: Our Island” concert on Jan 29th. It is also the first stop of Small Island Big Song's 2022 American and European tour. “Small Island Big Song” is a multi-platform project founded by Taiwanese producer BaoBao Chen, Australian music producer, and filmmaker Tim Cole in 2015. It gathers eight musicians and vocalists from Taiwan, Australia, Madagascar, Mauritius, the Marshall Islands, and Papua New Guinea. Despite the geographic distance, these musicians and vocalists share one unified voice of the sea. Welcome to join this musical journey together! For more event information and ticketing, please visit: https://jsis.washington.edu/taiwan/events/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D157194614

Taiwanese Designers Nominated for the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards

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Taiwanese designers Li Jheng Han, Yu Wei (Pakelang) and Xiao Qing Yang (Zeta), have been nominated for the Best Recording Package of the 64th GRAMMY Awards. Due to the pandemic, the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards Show has been rescheduled for April 3rd at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. For more information, please visit: https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/2022-grammys-complete-winners-nominees-nominations-list



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