However, in compliance with pandemic prevention guidelines, only 3,000 people will be admitted through a raffle. Preregistration will open to the public between 9 AM on October 7 and midnight on October 10. The results will be determined by computer drawing on October 12. A total of 1,500 winners (each winner can bring 1 other individual, and both will need to be admitted at the same time) will receive their electronic admission ticket on TaipeiPASS after noon time on October 12. The admission ticket should be shown at the gates when entering on October 16, and each ticket holder will receive one picnic mat as a souvenir.
There will be no vendor stalls at the event this year. Eating and drinking (other than basic water intake) is prohibited at the venue. Participants are required to undergo contact-tracing registration, wear facemask, have their temperature taken, and disinfect hands upon entry. Staff will patrol the parameters to ensure that guidelines on social distancing and facemask are followed.
Deputy Mayor Tsai Ping-kun remarked that 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Taiwanese Cultural Association. To commemorate the occasion, the theme of this year’s event is “Free to Love, Infinite Love”. TPEDOIT is also joining hands with 32 local businesses and industries in Dadaocheng to offer limited-time discounts and bargains.
The stage performances on October 16 will feature artists including Waa Wei, Pets Tseng, Accusefive, and more. Also, various limited-time public art displays will be set up at Dadaocheng Park and Yongle Market Plaza, allowing visitors to take selfies highlighting the unique characteristics of Dadaocheng. The artworks will be illuminated from 5 PM through 9 PM.
Story of an Artistic Style: Imperial Porcelain with Painted Enamels of the Qianlong Emperor154
Treasures from the National Palace Museum's Collection of Qing Dynasty Historical Documents88
Story of an Artistic Style: The Imperial Porcelain with Painted Enamels of the Kangxi Emperor169
Gems from the National Palace Museum’s Collection of Rare and Antiquarian Books Introduction102