Assisted WU San-lien Awards Foundation in organizing the “Beautiful Taiwan Society’s Film Group: Watching Films at Night” event, screening 17 precious early Taiwan documentaries.
Through the help of former Director JIING Yng-ruey, prints of 34 Taiwanese narrative films, including The Challenge and The Bitter Flower; 41 documentaries including Treasures of the National Palace Museum and 7 Major Chinese Holidays; and 1084 film posters including On the Waterfront and Fist of Unicorn, were shipped back from the Great Star Theater in San Francisco.
Assisted the Tamsui Foundation in organizing the “Dragon Boat Festival by Tamsui River: Memories of Tamsui River” event, screening 10 documentaries about Tamsui River that DENG Nan-guang shot during the Japanese Rule.
Principal CHIU Kun-liang led the "Collection and Compilation of Kung Le Society’s Scripts" project which was completed after two-and-a-half years of effort. Twelve years ago, Kung Le Society donated scattered and dusty songbooks and reel-to-reel tapes, which were organized by CTFA staff and converted to MD recordings. Under Principal CHIU's guidance, students from the National Arts Academy (now Taipei National University of the Arts) were able to edit and publish a script selection that included five genres: drama, Taiwanese opera, musicals, film, and television. The collection consisted of 73 volumes, approximately 9,500 pages and 5.3 million words.
Dadu Printing Lab sent years of unclaimed films by customers to CTFA’s Shulin vaults for preservation, including 280 Taiwanese titles of negatives, sound films, and subtitle films, such as Cheerful Wind, Edelweiss, and Tears of South China Sea; and 55 foreign-language titles of dupe negatives, including Voyager and Les uns et les autres.
The “Notes on Taiwan Cinema" website, commissioned by the Council of Cultural Affairs was launched on the "Film Arts" section of the Council's website. The online film database focused on introducing Taiwan cinema and important Taiwanese filmmakers. It also regularly featured programs to explore different periods of Taiwan cinema, making it an indispensable reference site for the study of Chinese-language cinema.
Published Filmmaker’s Series 2: TUNG Yueh-chuan’s Memoir and Selection of Writings and Photos.