Dreamers in the Rice Paddies

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2018 / May

Chen Chun-fang /photos courtesy of Lin Min-hsuan /tr. by Bruce Humes


Humpback Whale House opened its doors in Tai­chung with a flurry in December 2017, dedicating itself to promoting original Taiwanese artwork via diverse forms of creative expression, such as painting, music or installation art. From that day onward, the house has joined the Gao­mei Wetlands as a new attraction in Qing­shui District, a coastal suburb of Tai­chung.

What’s the origin of the name of this structure standing amidst paddy fields, and what sort of romantic dreams are secreted there? Let’s take a closer look. 

 


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