2018 10/14Taiwanese Original Comics and Video Games to Participate in New York Comic-Con and Anime Fest The Taiwanese Pavilion will spotlight Taiwanese comics, video games. Following on the Chen Uen exhibition at the National Palace Museum, the Taiwanese Pavilion will also introduce works of Chen Uen to exhibition participants, including Banzai, The First King, Heroes of the Eastern Chou, and translated editions of Legend of Assassins and A-Bi Sword, brought for the first time to America to be seen by readers. Well-known Taiwanese publishers including will bring works such as Ever Glory Publishing Co., Ltd.’s Attentively Listening to the Heart series, Taiwan Kadokawa Co.’s Words in the Night series, hoping to give American comic fans a different experience. Outside of this, the Taiwanese Pavilion will allow participants to experience two different video game works, the mystery horror game Detention, and AR-based cell phone game Unforgivable: Eliza. Both are highly creative works engaging with modern Taiwanese history, which may allow American gamers to experience Taiwanese culture and history. The opening reception of Taiwan Pavilion will be on October 4th between 12-13 pm with free goods available for participants. Besides, there are two panels organized by them. On October 4th, the panel discussion on Unforgivable: Eliza will be held at the 350-seat capacity Mirai Stage, with Taiwanese-American author Ed Lin, a three-time winner of the Asian American Literary Awards. On October 6th, another panel event will be held by Dala Publishing Co- founder and editor-in-chief Huang Chien-Ho to discuss the recent exhibition on the works of Chen Uen exhibited at the National Palace Museum, including discussion of the history of Taiwanese comics in the 1980s and 1990s and the accomplishment of Chen Uen. Another Taiwan booth is located in the Javits Center’s Artists Alley, with Golden Comic Award winner Chang Shang invited for four consecutive days of signings. Chang’s work Hidden Checkpoint THL won the Kyoto International Manga Award and the 8th Golden Comics Awards in the Youth Comics Category. Chang’s style is less like Japanese comics, but more similar to American comics, which may be of interest to American comic readers.