Rented the abandoned Ziqiang Swimming Pool for temporary storage of film reels.
Discovered the only print left of the 1931 film Love and Duty starring RUAN Ling-yu among the belongings of a deceased expat in Uruguay.
Former President of Union Film Co. Ltd., SHA Rong-feng, donated 22 prints the company presented in the 50s and 60s to the Film Archive, including Dragon Inn, A Touch of Zen, Chinese Kung Fu and Acupuncture, She'd Hate Pather Love, Iron Mistress, The Grand Passion, The Melody of Love, The Swordsman of All Swordsmen, and A City Called Dragon.
Curated the “Taiwanese Classics of the 30s and 40s” film festival and the “Stills of GONG Ka-nong” exhibition.
Sent personnel to Hong Kong’s Chiu Yep Limited and 6 film processing labs to organize and bring back 288 old Taiwanese films, to name a few - Mr. Miu’s donation of over 200 negatives, sound films, and subtitle films, including The Daring Gang of Nineteen from Verdun City; LEI Chen’s donation of films presented by Golden Eagle Film Co., including 7 never-before-seen films in Taiwan, e.g., Duel at the Supreme Gate starring Betty Loh Ti, Lightning Sword, and The Wandering Swordsman, making this rescue mission all the more meaningful.
Following the privatization of the Motion Picture Foundation, R.O.C., commencing the second half of the year, Government Information Office took over the budgeting and general affairs of the Film Archive and established an independent foundation “Chinese Taipei Film Archive (CTFA)”. The Director-General of the Government Information Office or the Deputy Director-General of Domestic Affairs would often serve as the Chairman of CTFA.
The "Authentic Taiyupian Open-Air Tour" opened at the 228 Peace Memorial Park, and subsequently toured to locations such as the entrance of National Taiwan University, the City God Temple, the Cisheng Temple, and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum for open-air screenings.
Nederlands Filmmuseum donated prints of the previous early documentary Formosa. Shot between the 1920s to 1930s, Formosa became the only Taiwanese documentary from the Japanese Rule period in the then CTFA collection.