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Museum207 unveils 'Year of the Tiger' exhibition (2022/01/14)
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    Museum207 unveils 'Year of the Tiger' exhibition (2022/01/14)

    With Lunar New Year right around the corner, Museum 207 has launched an exhibition introducing the history of tigers. The Year of the Tiger Exhibition features historical objects related to the big cat, including a rare children's tiger hat made by a maid at the end of the 19th century. Our very own Stephany Yang takes us in for a look.

    Taiwanese paper-cut artist Lee Sheng-hsin explains how to cut a paper tiger. Tiger symbolizes power and fearlessness. It represents good luck, and its image can be seen across the country ahead of the Lunar New Year.

    Lee Sheng-hsin
    Taiwanese paper-cut artist
    The word “tiger” has a homonym that is the word for “blessing.” So for the Year of the Tiger, people are writing the word “blessing” or cutting out the word for tiger to decorate their home.

    She also demonstrates how to cut the Chinese character for “spring.”

    Lee Sheng-hsin
    Taiwanese paper-cut artist
    If you are cutting a three-dimensional “spring” character, you must first fold the origami paper very flat. Next, because about 80% of the paper is folded in half, you must be a little careful when cutting it. Then the next thing to pay attention to is making the horizontal and straight cuts very complete. Then, remember that when cutting, make sure there is a break point, otherwise it will be separated. Next, unfold the three-dimensional character. It can be placed on the seat or hung up with a string.

    Dihua Street’s Museum207 has launched a special exhibition to introduce the history and culture of tigers. The exhibition features historical objects related to tigers, including a children's tiger hat made by a maid at the end of the 19th century. There’s also a ceramic tiger created by potter Lee Ching-piao, and tiger paper-cut works by the late paper-cut master Lee Huan-chang, and many other objects.

    Anchi Hua
    Museum head
    In the early days, tigers could still be hunted. Our exhibition showcases tiger bone wine. This tiger bone wine is an early medicinal wine. As for the tiger clothing and tiger hat, they are delicate pieces of traditional embroidery art made in the 19th century.

    The Year of the Tiger Exhibition opened on Jan. 12 and will run at Museum 207 till May 8. Throughout the exhibition, there will also be lectures about tiger glove puppets and interesting facts about tigers.
    中文 Chinese  
    迪化二0七博物館 推出「虎年虎事」特展

    農曆年節即將到來,適逢虎年,迪化二0七博物館特別以”虎”為主題,推出「虎年虎事」特展,展出各種以「虎」為主題的相關物件,包含難得一見的19世紀末繡娘製作的兒童虎帽,一起來看看。

    台灣剪紙藝術家李聖心示範如何製作剪紙老虎。老虎象徵象徵威猛無懼,也代表著好運,每當農曆新年到來之前,大街小巷處處可見以虎為主題的裝飾。

    [[台灣剪紙藝術家 李聖心]]
    "虎的部分在諧音上還有一個是”福”字,所以大家在虎年也自己寫”福”,或是把”虎”字剪出來,做家裡的裝飾"

    李聖心也示範如何剪出春天的”春”字。

    [[台灣剪紙藝術家 李聖心]]
    "如果今天在剪立體”春”字的時候,主要要先摺紙摺得很平整,接下來,因為對摺大概有八成的紙,所以在剪的時候稍微要小心,然後讓橫切跟直切能很完整,然後記得在剪的時候,能夠有斷點,否則會上下分開,接下來,就是把立體的”春”字做展開,可以放在座上或是可以利用串繩把它吊起來"

    適逢虎年即將到來,迪化二0七博物館推出特展,展出關於”虎”的文化及各種以”虎”為主題的相關物件,包含難得一見的19世紀末繡娘製作的兒童虎帽、鶯歌老陶師李清標創作的陶瓷虎枕、已故剪紙國寶大師李煥章的虎系列剪紙作品等。

    [[迪化二0七博物館館長 華安綺]]
    "在早期虎還可以捕殺的時候,我們展場裡面有所謂的虎骨酒,這個虎骨酒是在早期的藥酒,虎衣虎帽的部分,因為虎衣虎帽是比較屬於精緻的、傳統的繡娘藝術,是差不多在19世紀所製作的"

    「虎年虎事」特展於1月12日展開,將在迪化二0七博物館展出至5月8日,展覽期間還有兩場講座,探討布袋戲與老虎間的關係及老虎的信仰。
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