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Street of Red Tables / Communication

Street of Red Tables

The traditional way of having an outdoor wedding banquet with all red tables along a street, i.e. banto, in Taiwan is an unforgettable experience for Taiwanese people. However, while banto is no longer as popular as it used to be, the related skills and culture are disappearing as well.

The flow chart of banto is used to represent how it starts from unloading to the end of the banquet. The pictures in the guidebook are great references for the real materials and ingredients used in banto, which clearly introduces this unique culture to young Taiwanese generation and foreign people.

University

SHU-TE UNIVERSITY

SHU-TE UNIVERSITY
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Yu-Jie Guo,
SHU-TE UNIVERSITY

Wai-Shan Chang,
SHU-TE UNIVERSITY

Cho-I Kou,
SHU-TE UNIVERSITY

Jung-Wei Lin,
SHU-TE UNIVERSITY