Yuan Shi-kai’s Imperial Ambition
Dare to be Different: Soaring Up High in the Sky
Lion Dance in Love with Chinese Music
Huang Tsai-sung＜Summer Chirping＞
Yuan Shi-kai was sworn in as Provisional President of the ROC on October 10, 1913, photographed with diplomats from other countries. (Exhibition of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and the Republic of China at the Wenhua Gallery until 4/9)
Returning from Zhangjiajie, the painter depicted the scene of the sunset bathing the hills in red from memory.
（High Clouds at Laojiu－The Retrospective Ink Painting Exhibition of Lo Fong at the Chungshan Gallery until 4/9)
Chairman Zhang Guo-zheng, who has been dedicated to the aviation industry for more than five decades, will share his piloting experience soaring high in the sky and his personal life stories with the public.
The Taipei Chinese Orchestra and Lion Dance Orchestra with extremely contrasting styles come together to bring forth an unprecedented new music wave. The stage performance mixed with modern elements will definitely give you a good laugh in a relaxed atmosphere.
For years in America, the painter witnessed the scenes of various unidentified migrating birds flocking together and resting, and completed this ink work in a free and abstract style, anticipating that the world would pay more attention to environmental protection and work together to create a clean environment.
（The 25th Anniversary Members Exhibition of the Ching Liu Painting Society, 3/11-3/26 at the Yat-sen Gallery)