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Visit 2022 Taiwan Exhibit "Jump! Taiwan Comics" at Comic-Con International: San Diego

America’s biggest comic convention, Comic-Con International: San Diego is coming back on July 20th-24th! Featuring “Jump! Taiwan Comics,” Taiwan Exhibit at Booth 5524 will present 2 popular Taiwanese Artists, Panguin Noodle and Mukeke, and 33 selected works of "Taiwan Comic City"! Don't miss the panel with Panguin Noodle and welcome to join our author signings and daily giveaways with Panguin Noodle and Mukeke every afternoon! Stay tuned for more information at

Queer Cinema from Taiwan at Frameline46

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The San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival is the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBTQ+ film exhibition event in the world. Frameline46 has partnered with the Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles for 3 consecutive years, and this year, 4 Taiwanese works were selected in Frameline46, including “Moneyboys”⸻ which had premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, the lesbian miniseries “Fragrance of the First Flower,” and short films “Tank Fairy” and “Kiss.”

Frameline essay on the Taiwan films: 
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Watch 2022 UCLA "Taiwan in Dialogue” Virtual Lecture Series

This year, Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles partners with UCLA to continue the second year of the "Taiwan in Dialogue” Lecture Series (part of Taiwan Spotlight Project). In this April and June, directors Arvin Chen and Feng-I Fiona Roan, artist Tehching Hsieh and writer Yi-Chin Lo were invited to talk with the host UCLA Professor Michael Berry. Welcome to review these four session on the YouTube channel

The Golden Horse Award winner “American Girl” special screening Recap

The Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles, in partnership with the Asian World Film Festival (AWFF), held the Taiwan Film Day on June 5, 2022 at Landmark Theater near Hollywood to screen last year’s Golden Horse Award hit film “American Girl.” The film is based on director Feng-I Fiona ROAN’s personal experience of going through cultural impact of traveling between Taiwan and the United States, attracting more than 200 Hollywood filmmakers to participate. The film screening and Q&A resonated with the audience and made Hollywood more aware of Taiwan’s meticulously depicted unique stories.

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