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  • 2017-04-11
Special Lecture “Prague Springs Are Not the Same” Gets Warm Welcome
Special Lecture “Prague Springs Are Not the Same” Gets Warm Welcome

Following the “Prague: Mother of Cities” exhibition, the NCL and the Czech Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei teamed up again to cohost a special lecture on “Prague Springs Are Not the Same.” Mr. Kao Song-ming, the only Taiwanese to be awarded the Gratias Agit award by the Czech Republic, was invited to speak.   

Before the lecture began, Deputy Representative of the Czech Economic and Cultural Office David Hrdousek spoke. The first thing Mr. Kao did in his lecture was point out how Charles Bridge had long since become a landmark in Prague, as well being acclaimed as “Europe’s most beautiful bridge”. Following this, he focused on religious reforms, scientific achievements during the Renaissance, the influence of musical genius Mozart on the people of Prague, Czech literary achievements, and the Art Nouveau that Alphonse Mucha was representative of and its encompassing of worldwide decorative art.

Last Update Time:2017-04-14
  •  Mr. Kao states that the entire Cesky Krumlov was listed as a cultural heritage area by UNESCO

    Mr. Kao states that the entire Cesky Krumlov was listed as a cultural heritage area by UNESCO

  •  A captivated audience listens attentively

    A captivated audience listens attentively