This summer the National Taiwan Science Center in Taipei is hosting an exhibition of chocolate art. The “chocolate gallery” featured some impressive sculptures, thereby demonstrating the versatility of chocolate.
Although admission is only $6 US, nearly half of the exhibition consists of displays on the zodiac and chocolate companies from around the world. Neither is there anything spectacular about seeing the chocolate sculptures in person. I would only suggest visiting the exhibition if you have purchased discount tickets in June.
After seeing and smelling all that chocolate, all visitors were thoughtfully given a small piece of chocolate to enjoy. However, I was disappointed to find that the candy was mostly nuts and not chocolate. There is no free lunch.