Mayor Visits Wedding Gown Show at Taipei Story House

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Mayor Visits Wedding Gown Show at Taipei Story House

Mayor Visits Wedding Gown Show at Taipei Story House

Mayor Hau Lung-bin attended the opening ceremony of “The Story of Wedding Dresses” exhibition at Taipei Story House on September 6.

During his address, he noted that the historical building has seen a considerable number of visitors second only to National Palace Museum over the past decade, thanks to the management team led by Founder and Executive Director K.C. Chen. A revitalized museum dedicated to cultural exhibitions that recounted stories from the city’s past, the Taipei Story House has become a source of pride for Taipei.Speaking on the theme “bridal gowns,” Hau said that from his experience of presiding over one thousand weddings every year, he can easily relate to how brides feel in white gowns. He also offered the organizer the idea of holding an exhibition titled “The Story of Marriage,” where he would volunteer as a consultant on how to depict the emotions of the bride’s father on wedding day.In gratitude of the mayor’s support over the years, Taipei Story House presented him with a commemorative plate imprinted with the image of the edifice. According to Director Chen, Hau was a solid backer playing an important role in the establishment of Taipei Story House during the mayor’s previous stint as Minister of Environmental Protection Administration. Hau also offered valuable advice on the facility’s management.The mayor’s wife Kao Lung-sen also graced the opening event and received a bridal bouquet from the organizer. The intimate interaction between the couple became a focal point as they toured the exhibition with Director Chen as the guide.

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  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government

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