Exhibition celebrates handicrafts, fashion by Taiwan’s new immigrants

The China Post
Date: April 25, 2017
By: The China Post news staff

TAIPEI, Taiwan — The National Immigration Agency (NIA), in cooperation with the

NIA Director-general Ho Jung-chun, second from right, gives certificates to new immigrants for their outstanding craftsmanship. (Photo courtesy of the NIA)

National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute under the Ministry of Culture, has recently launched a show of handicrafts by new immigrants in Taipei.

The show highlights the craftsmanship by 10 new immigrants, who hail from mainland China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar.

Four new immigrants from Vietnam, wearing traditional Vietnamese costumes, appeared for a catwalk performance. NIA Director-general Ho Jung-chun (何榮村) also joined the fashion show.    [FULL  STORY]

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