Nostalgia Fair for Centennial Celebration (10/8-9)

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Nostalgia Fair for Centennial Celebration (10/8-9)

Postby haoyu930 » 07 Oct 2011, 16:03

HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY to Taiwan
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Autumn Breeze: Nostalgia Fair
Time : 10/08-09 17:00 ~ 21:00
Venue : LOHAS SQUARE (Calligraphy Greenwayon Wuquan 5th St. ,Tauchung ,Taiwan)

The “International Spotlight Central Region” program, jointly organized by iSee Taiwan Foundations and the Tourism Bureau, will hold its fourth event, “Reminiscences on the Past Century of Taiwan History” from 5pm to 9pm on October 8th and 9th at LOHAS Square. To celebrate Double Ten the National Day and the centennial of Taiwan, the festival will feature a variety of century-old shops, food delicacies, and handicrafts. Numbers of excellent traditional arts and crafts, including lacquerwares and weave crafts, will be specially displayed.
The venue will be decorated with red lanterns and traditional folk music will be performed, allowing the guests from around the world to recapture the historical memories while enjoying the most momentous birthday of Taiwan. We hope to share the festive joy with every guest and feature the fascinating culture of Taiwan to the world.
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