Fri, Jun 28, 2013 - Page 12 News List

Kid’s stuff

The Taipei Children’s Arts Festival is back with events that bring out the surprising potential of machines

By Ho Yi  /  Staff reporter

The richest visual feast, however, is A-TA-KA, produced by Cal y Canto Teatro from Spain. Noted for using large kites in the shapes of animals, the company will stage a colorful parade in the sky that is remarkably in sync.

Other outdoor performances include a concert by award-winning Aboriginal a appella group O-Kai Singers (歐開合唱團), Shiukim Taiwanese Opera Troupe’s (秀琴歌劇團) operatic rendition of the Monkey King (孫悟空) and Sun Son Theatre’s (身聲劇場) The Wings of Hope (希望之翼), which combines live music, puppetry, masks and theater to tell the story of a lost dream.

Detailed information about the festival can be found at

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