October 30, 2009Last Updated on Wed, 25 Aug 2010 12:57
Orange in Taiwan is a color associated both with sun and moon. It does not remind one of a fruit, but rather of the stars and planets with whom Earth dances in the universe. It enriches Taiwan’s rituals and feasts with cosmic, epic undertones.
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