A Power that Touches Citizens' Hearts
Kaohsiung City has been transformed from a culture desert into a culture and arts city. We deeply believe that there is no shortcut to cultural literacy except to accumulate and nurture it in our daily lives. Supported by the power of business, Taiwan Fu Hsing Culture & Education Foundation is committed to creating a cultural and artistic atmosphere in Kaohsiung City and bringing more opportunities for arts and business partnerships.
Under the preparatory works for over 15 years, the cultural hardware facility with the greatest scale in Taiwan was launched on October 13, 2018. This is not only a great news in Kaohsiung, but a historical event for Taiwan's Arts industry. TFH, known as an art-loving, local enterprise, can't miss the chance to take part of the excitement.
Support Tickets to Arts & Cultural Exhibitions and Performances
Arts and Business Partnership
Bridge the Gap of Rural-Urban Disparities
In addition to sponsoring the arts and cultural exhibitions and performances, we also subsidize our employees, their families and children to take part in local arts and cultural exhibitions and performances of high quality in the form of individual or group ticket purchasing. What we want to do as a foundation is not only to sponsor but also to increase the number of consumers so that a beautiful cycle can be formulated between the performers and the spectators.
Since 2016, the foundation has formed arts and business partnerships by supporting local arts and cultural organizations or groups. For 4 consecutive years, we have been subsidizing the awards of the Youth Innovative Design Festival run by the Pier-2 Art Center. In 2018, we formed an arts and business partnership with the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) and witnessed the historical moment of the center's grand opening to the public. Additionally, we have also supported "the Circus Platform" and "Reading Corner" organized by Weiwuying.
Since 2014, the Taiwan Fu Hsing Culture & Education Foundation has launched an art program for parents and children of the countryside to bridge the gap of rural-urban disparities. In 2014, the foundation first launched the art program by inviting 650 parents and children from the financially disadvantaged families of 12 elementary schools in Gangshan District of Kaohsiung City to watch arts and cultural performances free of charge. In 2015, the foundation invited 389 teachers and students from two elementary schools which were heavily struck by Typhoon Morakot to take a tour bus to Dream Mall, to watch the arts and cultural performances, and visit the Kaohsiung Main Public Library so that the schoolchildren are able to get in touch with arts and cultural resources.