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“Uncharted Exclaves — Modernism and Other -Isms in the Practices of Taiwanese Architecture”
C. David Tseng joins Harvard GSD’s Michelle Chang to examine Taiwan as a laboratory for architectural experiments, or more precisely, the exclaves of all architectural movements and architecture’s “-isms.”
Modernization might have found itself in Taiwan from the liberation of foot-binding custom on women to the election of its first woman president. The transformation took places concurred with political changeovers –from under Qing dynasty rules, Japanese Occupation, Republic of China\'s “Great Retreat”, the Cold War and the American “Military Aid”, “White Terror”, annulment of martial law/democratic reform and “Four Asian Dragons.” Indeed, Taiwan, aka “Ilha Formosa”, whichView more
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