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Who am I? Identity / Photography

Who am I? Identity

In Taiwan most people called outsiders as taros, and natives as sweet potatoes. Some selfish politicians always seek their advantage by clamoring provincial issues. Thus harmonious society was abruptly provoked and split. Then the confrontation and conflict between different groups increased. As a new generation with parents from both groups I feel deeply. In this work, the dry cracked earth and the cloudy sky reveals conflicting atmosphere in the society. The plant with half taro and half sweet potato is the symbol of the new generation with parents from both groups. The exposed roots of the plant represents struggling for hard life.

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National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University
Taipei City, Taiwan

Design

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Taichung, Taiwan

Taichung