2nd Floor, Exhibition Room E
Kuo Shui-tan (1908-1995), an author of Taiwan’s southwestern salt flats, was one of only a handful of domestic authors to create tanka and haiku poems as well as to publish successfully in both Japanese and Chinese. Much of his creative output touches on local themes and on friendship. This special exhibition provides examples from the extensive catalogue of this author in order to highlight the broad linguistic and subject-matter diversity that is embraced within Taiwanese literature.
Last Updated on 2019-04-10