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Chien-Chi Chang - TAIWAN. Going Home.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. My father stands in the only rice paddy left in our old village. This rice field belongs to our neighbor, but in a couple of years the Taiwa
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. While my nephew plays basketball outside a garment factory, my parents and I are surprised to see that three chimneys which are part of a ga
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. Standing behind a newly-built wall, my nephew checks out the railway that used to be adjacent to our rice paddy. It is now replaced by betel
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. My parents and my uncle (holding his granddaughter) chat while my niece looks at wedding picture of my parents.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. Two abandoned wedding photographs at the site where our rice field used to be.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. What used to be a rice paddy is now a four-lane road. In the foreground is my nephew.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. My sister and brother-in-law and their kids join me to visit my elementary school.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. What interests my nephew and nieces is not the neighborhood where I grew up, but a McDonalds.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. My brother-in-law drives me through the old neighborhood, which used to be endless rice fields.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. Outside of my elementary school.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. In a couple of years, the Taiwan High Speed Train will be built near our old rice field.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. My niece (left), on a new suspension bridge.
TAIWAN. Wuri. 2003. This is the first time we see this rice paddy again since we moved from our tiny village in Wuri to Taichung in central Taiwan in 1971. My f