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Huang Yung-fu’s Contribution To The World: Painted Village, Taiwan

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What started as a hobby became something with more of a purpose. Local families were protesting the scheduled demolition of an abandoned 1940s military encampment just on the outskirts of Taichung. Huang Yung-fu, who is now known as ‘Grandpa Rainbow’ is a veteran with no previous professional trainings. He just picked up a paintbrush about 4 years ago and the whole neighborhood is his huge and borderless canvas to paint.

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2 Responses to “Huang Yung-fu’s Contribution To The World: Painted Village, Taiwan”

  1. ksbeth Says:

    ty )

  2. Bunk Strutts Says:

    ksbeth–
    ywc 😀

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