Joined the Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA).
Co-organized the “American Cinema Series” documentary program with the Cultural and Information Section of the American Institute in Taiwan, screening the educational film series co-produced by the New York Center for Visual History, Los Angeles KCET TV, and the BBC. The 5-part series ran for five consecutive weeks with a total of 10 screenings.
To actively facilitate the establishment of the “National Film and Culture Center” in Taipei County, CTFA, together with Executive Yuan’s Government Information Office, briefed the Taipei County Government for the first time on the project.
Organized the “2nd Taiwan International Animation Festival”, screening a total of 260 films at the President Theater and SPOT-Taipei Film House; and held 4 talks on April 18th, April 25th, and May 2nd at the Eslite Dunnan Bookstore; and a seminar from May 13th to 15th at the National Central Library.
Held month-long events titled "The Pioneer of Taiwan Cinema - GONG Hong”, including talks, memorial exhibition, and cultural relics exhibition, screening 10 films, e.g., Oyster Girl and Beautiful Duckling, as well as three new prints of Borderline of Love, The Petite Wife and The Ammunition Hunters, which were printed by Gong's family and donated to CTFA. The exhibition displayed Gong's paintings, manuscripts, publications, photographs, stills, and posters, etc.
Held the “Taiwan Competition Prize” and “International Competition Prize” jury meetings for the “2004 Taiwan International Documentary Festival”.
After a 9-month effort, the "International Cinema Cultural Exchange" website (www.taiwanfilmcenter.com), was launched. The website was dedicated to the cultural exchange between international and Taiwan cinema. In addition to providing the latest news on Taiwan cinema and important box office analyses of Chinese-language films, the website also included conference papers and academic critiques in both Mandarin and English, serving as an important international platform for Taiwan cinema.
The “2004 Taiwan International Documentary Festival” was held at Taipei Shin Shin Living Theater, the Cement Hall, and Huashan Art & Cultural Park, showing a total of 133 films in over 300 screenings; and hosting 10 talks and 40 Q&As.