Taiyuan Asian Puppet Theatre Museum
|Taiyuan Asian Puppet Theatre Museum|
|Location||Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Opening||2000 (TTT Puppet Centre)
November 2005 (Lin Liu-hsin Puppet Theatre Museum)
|Management||Robin Ruizendaal (director)|
The Taiyuan Asian Puppet Theatre Museum (Chinese: 台原亞洲偶戲博物館; pinyin: Táiyuán Yàzhōu Ôuxì Bówùguǎn) is a museum of puppet theatre in Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan. It aims to preserve and promote traditional Asian puppet culture and to foster interaction between local and international puppet troupes. It houses more than 10,000 puppet theater items from around the world, including glove, shadow, string and water puppets.
The museum was originally established in 2000 as the TTT Puppet Centre. It was then renamed as the Lin Liu-hsin Puppet Theatre Museum (Chinese: 林柳新紀念偶戲博物館; pinyin: Lín Liǔxīn Jìniàn Ŏuxì Bówùguǎn) in November 2005 before it was known as its current name.
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