Taibei Shi : Xing zheng yuan xin wen ju : Cai tuan fa ren gong gong dian shi wen hua shi ye ji jin hui,  台北市 : 行政院新闻局 : 財團法人公共電視文化事業基金會, 
Video — 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
This film records three choreographers from different backgrounds, with varied training and expressing a diverse set of aesthetics: Lin Hsiang-hsiu, who went to college in the U.S.; Bulareyaung Pagarlava, an indigenous artist cultivated by Cloud Gate, but now established in his own right; and Chou Shu-yi, an outstanding figure in the younger generation of choreographers. At the same time, through street dance, social dance and children's dance classes, the film explores why we have the urge to dance, and why some people are only happy when they dance.
年 [videorecording] = Greeting the lunar new year on Taiwan
Taibei Shi : Guang hua chuan bo shi ye zong gong si, 2003. 台北市 : 光華傳播事業總公司, 2003.
Video — 1 videodisc (48 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
"Taiwan's Lunar New Year is consequently more pluralistic than in any other place, incorporating elements from all over mainland China. A new and prosperous lifestyle has also added new elements to the celebration of the New Year ..." --Container.
茶鄉流金 [videorecording] = Tea : Taiwan's golden treasure
Taibei Shi : Guang hua chuan bo shi ye zong gong si fa xing, 2002. 台北市 : 光華傳播事業總公司發行, 2002.
Video — 1 videodisc (ca. 25 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.
Captures images of golden-grained paddy, the gentle and gracious art of tea drinking, the poignancy and joy of ke-tse operas, worship of the sea goddess Matsu and respect for the universe and one's ancestors, and the family reunions of the New Year festival. These are interwoven througout with Taiwanese hospitality and people's optimistic and contented attitudes.
與臺灣逗陣 [videorecording] = Taiwan Festival Troupes : coming together in competition
Taibei Shi : Guang hua chuan bo shi ye zong gong si, 2002. 臺北市 : 光華傳播事業總公司, 2002.
Video — 1 videodisc (25 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
This film provides a close-up look at folk processions that showcase polished martial arts on the streets and at temples during important religious occasions. Dedicated to the gods, the performances display Taiwan's rich cultural spectrum and grass roots vitality.