Taipei Arena


The Taipei Arena is an important indoor facility within the city of Taipei’s overall exercise facility construction plan. The building is divided into the main hall and subsidiary arena. The main hall is comprised of 2 underground levels and 5 reinforced concrete levels above ground, covering an area of approximately 90,900 square meters. The interior floor of the main hall is 76m long and 41.5m wide and about 60m X 29.5m when all retractable seats are fully extended. When needed, the center floor can be completely frozen and become a standard indoor arena for sports or other events held on ice. The arena can be used for a variety of purposes based on need. Because of this, the arena was able to host top of the line racing competitions held by SportAccord (International Sports Federations) and is also in hot demand by both domestic and international arts groups who compete to rent it out for a variety of shows.

SongShan Cultural Park


In 2012, the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park was positioned as the “Creative Hub of Taipei”, with the objective to nurture creative talents and energy. The Park is not designed with a commercial focus, but rather, its mission is to kindle creativity and innovation and to be in synch with the interdisciplinary developmental trend observed in today’s industries. The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park is not just a platform for showcasing creativity and innovation. It strives to be a hub for inspiring and nurturing the spirits of creativity, and with the four key strategies of “Creative Lab”, “Creative Co-Op”, “Creative School”, and “Creative Showcase”, the objective is for the Park to achieve the goal of becoming Taipei’s creative hub.

SongShan Cultural Park


In 2012, the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park was positioned as the “Creative Hub of Taipei”, with the objective to nurture creative talents and energy. The Park is not designed with a commercial focus, but rather, its mission is to kindle creativity and innovation and to be in synch with the interdisciplinary developmental trend observed in today’s industries. The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park is not just a platform for showcasing creativity and innovation. It strives to be a hub for inspiring and nurturing the spirits of creativity, and with the four key strategies of “Creative Lab”, “Creative Co-Op”, “Creative School”, and “Creative Showcase”, the objective is for the Park to achieve the goal of becoming Taipei’s creative hub.

Taipei 101


An outstanding landmark is enough to transform a city, e.g. the Empire State Building in New York City, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, or the new Jinmao Mansion in Shanghai. In the 21st century, Taipei needs a more expansive stage for a more brilliant performance. 101 stories above ground and 5 stories below, the 508-meter-tall Taipei 101 is an engineering feat that’s expected to bring Taipei to the world.

National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall


To commemorate the national founding father Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s unparalleled morality, revolutionary conducts and to excel Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's doctrine, the Republic government had in 1964 begun drafting the building of National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, which not only served to provide a place of remembrance for all to emulate the national founding father, but also encompassed the functions of cultural and artistic education, leisurely recreation and academic research.

National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall


To commemorate the national founding father Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s unparalleled morality, revolutionary conducts and to excel Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's doctrine, the Republic government had in 1964 begun drafting the building of National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, which not only served to provide a place of remembrance for all to emulate the national founding father, but also encompassed the functions of cultural and artistic education, leisurely recreation and academic research.

Eslite Bookstore- DunHua Store


This store is where eslite started, in 1989, at the Ren’Ai Roundabout in downtown Taipei. Built on the Elite principles of ‘humanities, art, creativity and life’, this store has focused on humanities and the arts ever since. In 1995, the store moved to its present location at the Dunnan Roundabout, where patrons find a broad collection of 230,000 copies of 100,000 book titles to choose from. In 1999, the venue converted to a 24-hour format, a reading culture without time difference for 20 years, highly popular among locals and travelers until today.

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