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Fulong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival

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  • Sand Sculpture Theme
  • International Competition Grand-prize winner from China - Liu Yang
  • International Competition Second-prize winner from China - Zhang Zuo
  • International Competition Third-prize winner from Taiwan - Chou, Sheng-Chiang
  • International Competition from Korea - Daeyoung Ji
  • Domestic Competition Grand-prize winner from Taiwan - Lu, Chia-Wen
  • Entrance image - Conversation between the Wise
  • Muses
  • Little frog
  • The evolution of civilization
  • Life Will Find Its Way
  • Hercules pillar
  • Most People Create Sand Sculptures at the Same Time
Apr. - Aug. 2020
East Coast National Scenic Area Administration
Fulong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival_Links
No. 40, Fulong St., Gongliao Dist., New Taipei City

Taiwan is blessed with plenty of natural resources that can be used to draw visitors, such as the three kilometer-long golden beach between Yanliao and Fulong in the Northeast Coast. For its soft, highly cohesive white quartz sands, this beach is acknowledged by the World Sand Sculpting Association to be the best for making sand sculptures in Taiwan.

It has been 12th years since the Administration held the first Fulong International Sand Sculpture Festival in 2008 to promote sand sculpting art in Taiwan. Each year, more people were drawn to take part in the event. This year's festival (2019) will still be jointly held by the Administration and the Fullon Hotels & Resorts like in the past years. By co-organizing the event with the company, the Administration hopes to instill different energy into the festival while attracting even more visitors.

Last update time: 2020-02-04


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