Current Exhibitions

  • During this period marked by war and disease, we have seemingly never been closer to death. Unfortunately, the fear of death far outweighs imaginations about the unknown. While people’s understandings and imaginations of death were shaped by natural phenomena during earlier stages of civilization, concepts for an afterworld were later constructed through religious views on life and death that revealed a more holistic view of life.
  • If one considers religious history as an integral part of Taiwan’s history, then the evolving religious landscape is an undercurrent of Taiwan’s history through which we can glimpse a side of history that is not commonly known, inviting contemplations on the diversity and complexity of Taiwan’s history. This is because behind the changing landscape lies the manifestation of the influence of various civilizations in Taiwan since the Age of Discovery.