Did you have a chance to make it to this amazing “South Wind” photo exhibition by the spectacular PNN photojournalist Edd Jhong? It was hosted in Taipei and now it’s coming to Taichung, needs some helping hands to set up the venue. Read more about the exhibition in Taipei Times.
Date/Time: September 4th (Wednesday) and 5th (Thursday) / Anytime during the day
Location: 2F No. 69, Zhōngshān Rd, Zhong District ( http://goo.gl/maps/r4NqB )
Tasks: Unpack and set up venue for photo exhibition.
Language Proficiency: Level One. Should be self-explanatory enough and basic English directions can be given. If your language proficiency is higher it would be even more informative and interesting so you can learn about the purpose of the exhibition.
Contact: handfulofsapphires (at) gmail.com
Prior relevant post: http://handfulofsapphires.org/2013/06/22/2013-714-event-south-wind-photo-exhibition-taipei-area/
Chen Kin Fong is 61 years old, standing in front of the portrait of her husband who passed away two years ago.
After his death at 59 years old, he had left her nothing but a home that still had payments due. The couple did not come from a background of wealth or high education and worked side by side farming for others. Her husband was neither a smoker, drinker, nor betel chewer but suddenly contracted oral cancer and lung adenocarcinoma.
His wife is left with questions of how, of why. Should we ask the question of why there continues to be tales running on the similar veins in ChangHwa?
PNN Report: http://pnn.pts.org.tw/main/PFocus_south … thwind.htm
Taipei Times Report: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2013/06/23/2003565469