File puptcrit/puptcrit.0612, message 148


Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 21:08:04 -0500
To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Puppets and Taiwan


Also look up Dr. Robin Ruizendaal He's a wonderful Dutch character who 
speaks fluent Mandarin and English, and runs a tiny storefront puppet 
space in the oldest part of Taipei, the TTT Puppet Centre.
His e-mail: ttt.puppet-AT-msa.hinet.net         tel: 2552-9079

Stephen.

On Dec 15, 2006, at 9:05 AM, Grego wrote:

>>
>> I am hoping to live in Taiwan for a few months next year. Does anyone
>> have advice about the Puppetry Arts scene there?
>
> You can frequently figure a journalist to be nosey, and to have some
> good info and connections. The one I mentioned a couple of weeks ago
> is also a real swell guy, lives there, and speaks your language.
> His name is Gabor,   teveli_net-AT-yahoo.com
>
> The website that shows his pics of the Yunlin Puppet Festival is:
>> www.teveli.net/LifeintheBox/LifeintheBox.html
>
>
>> I am hoping to be a part of the contemporary art scene and
>> art-activism scene in Asia. Let me know if anyone is doing that work
>
> Andrew Kim is an inspiring puppet artist, and has been involved in
> art-activism in Taiwan. You might get some leads from him. Check him
> out at:
> http://www.thingumajig.info/
>
> Add all that to the stuff Takey sent (wow, what a resource!) and you
> should be off to a good start.
> Happy landings.
> -G
>
>
>
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