Cultural Maze – A virtual tour of the exhibition at the National Palace Museum

TAIWANfest

At what point do we lose the distinction between reality and illusion? Does the line in the sand shift between playing a video game, to watching a film, to reading a novel? Images and stories, conjured up before our eyes and unfolding within our minds, can assume a life of their own. Let the clear cut boundaries of fantasy and reality blur and melt away.

This year’s TAIWANfest offers a variety of VR experiences – don’t miss this special virtual tour of the exhibition at the National Palace Museum. Through digitized literature and images from the Qing Dynasty, discover the life and culture of Taiwan’s aborigines in the 18th and 19th centuries. Taiwan is considered the root of the far-reaching Austronesian languages and cultures, stretching as far as Oceania, Madagascar, and the Philippines. From your comfortable seat in Canada of 2018, walk through the mountains and grasslands of Taiwan in the 18th century, and lose yourself in the Cultural Maze of these indigenous peoples!

At what point do we lose the distinction between reality and illusion? Does the line in the sand shift between playing a video game, to watching a film, to reading a novel? Images and stories, conjured up before our eyes and unfolding within our minds, can assume a life of their own. Let the clear cut boundaries of fantasy and reality blur and melt away.

This year’s TAIWANfest offers a variety of VR experiences – don’t miss this special virtual tour of the exhibition at the National Palace Museum. Through digitized literature and images from the Qing Dynasty, discover the life and culture of Taiwan’s aborigines in the 18th and 19th centuries. Taiwan is considered the root of the far-reaching Austronesian languages and cultures, stretching as far as Oceania, Madagascar, and the Philippines. From your comfortable seat in Canada of 2018, walk through the mountains and grasslands of Taiwan in the 18th century, and lose yourself in the Cultural Maze of these indigenous peoples!

Venue & Time

Aug 25th
West Corridor Bays / 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Aug 26th
West Corridor Bays / 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Venue & Time

Sept 1st
Granville 600 / 11:00am – 7:00pm

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