Rooted in the Land, blending the Old with the New

Being the most populous city in Taiwan, New Taipei City is known for its diversity that constantly stirs and merges in our daily life, making the city an inclusive cultural melting pot. Co-prosperity and common good are the DNA of New Taipei City. Through art and culture, we sort out the characteristics of the diverse administrative districts, link them together, and gradually transform the Sanxia and Yingge district of New Taipei City into a prominent hub for arts and tourism in northern Taiwan through the "Sanxia and Yingge Cultural Integration Project."
Under the project, the construction of MRT and the connection of software and hardware are all based on mass transportation-oriented development and transportation system, connecting pedestrian systems, MRT stations, waterfront parks, green spaces, old streets, museums, art galleries, university city, and other facilities. When implementing cultural governance, we also carefully consider the future, such as talent cultivation, industry marketing, innovative research and development around the aesthetics project. We are committed to solidly establishing the software configuration of the facilities, not only for the identification and recognition of New Taipei City's residents but also to showcase New Taipei City's pride to people from other counties and cities, transforming it into a city where people can live and work in peace and contentment.
A livable city thrives on change and continuous experimentation. This year, the New Taipei City Government is hosting the "New Taipei City Arts Festival," focusing on creativity and inclusiveness. We hope to encourage residents to look back at the mountains and sea of New Taipei City, as well as the clustering of local industrial settlements. Between the migration of old and new generations, New Taipei City's culture gradually evolves into a state of coexistence, innovation, and cross-border. This urban celebration reaffirms my belief in the cultural governance of New Taipei City, which must be rooted in the landscape and the tense of the humanities, integrating all 29 districts into a city that combines both height and depth.

Rooted in the Land, blending the Old with the New

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