When one thinks of outreaching for Taiwan, it is quite unlikely that the first word that would pop up in mind be"music". That is about to change.
Back when OFT was creating our Keep Taiwan Free Indiegogo campaign, our team had multiple discussions regarding what would be some perks for the people who donated for the cause. We tossed around many ideas - How about tee shirts? Teddy bears! A free limo ride to the rally?! Or how about free tickets to a … Continue reading Perks and Reflections
We stumbled upon a blank white house made out of cardboard and was prompted with one seemingly simple question -- "What does home mean to you?"
While the Sunflower Movement was ongoing in Taiwan, I kept a close eye on the news and social media. I felt so proud of these students speaking up for that they believed in and for speaking up for the future of Taiwan. As I sat at home in the suburbs of NJ, I wanted to find … Continue reading #Art4TW – Say it with your nails
Art speaks louder than words. Outreach for Taiwan was asked to help hold an outreach event, in which we would help artist 劉宗榮 (Liu Tsung Jung) from Taiwan utilize his artwork to spark curiosity amongst individuals here in the NYC area, and create awareness about Taiwan's current situation. Liu was one of the young individuals who first broke … Continue reading #Art4TW – STAMPED! with 劉宗榮
OFT's passionate board members are always brainstorming ways and finding opportunities to "outreach for Taiwan" in any way possible. The other day while passing through Union Square, we passed a man with a typewriter who said he can write a poem about anything. ...anything? Really? We went up to him, and asked "Have you heard … Continue reading #Art4TW – A Poem for Taiwan
Outreach for Taiwan has partnered up with the community and artist, Liu Tsung-Jung (劉宗榮), to promote Taiwan's situation through Artwork. Below are the postcards and all descriptions were provided by Ketty Chen. For more information, please contact us. "Illuminating Darkness" Sunflowers sprung on the floor of the Legislative Yuan. This painting is artist Liu Tsung-jung’s interpretation … Continue reading Liu Tsung-Jung (劉宗榮) – Postcards