The tour offers guests an insight into the history of Taipei heritage sites
By: Ryan Drillsma, Taiwan News, Staff Reporter
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The annual South Taipei Fun Carnival arrives on April 4 and features a wealth of activities over the course of three days to introduce tourists to and reacquaint residents with the wonders of Taipei City’s cultural heritage.
The Carnival is hosted by The General Association of Chinese Culture (GACC), Taiwan’s oldest and most influential cultural organization.
Between April 4 and 7 there will be an exhibition to celebrate 100 years of the Presidential Office Building, a book and table game convention, film screenings and many more events to commemorate Taipei’s cultural history.
Taiwan News was invited to preview one of the Carnival’s most popular annual events: “Taking a Stroll in South Taipei.” [FULL STORY]