‘If I had to be there for over three minutes I would space out’. When dragged to temples by his parents, Lee Lichung, like many young Taiwanese saw them as relics of a world that had no association or relation to his current life. He would go to make offerings to deities on their birthdays and zone . . .
'All is well under heaven but the sky-high prices'. Yuan Tianwen shoots China’s modern real estate fantasy which consists of neo-neo-classical villas with a touch of Louis XVI. His clientele aspire to live in old Europe, a Europe that only endures in museums and outdated houses. The centuries often . . .