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Love River “Nong” 21 Bridge (Vibrant Lives)
Kaohsiung

Located at the mid-section of Love River, “Vibrant Lives” crosses over Love River, right next to the Kaohsiung City Museum of Hakka Culture on Tong-meng 2nd Road and connects to “Nong” 21 in Gushan District. The bridge, built by Sewerage Systems Office Public Works Bureau in January 2005, stores unique space only seen in big artwork displayed outdoors. The appearance of this art bridge is designed by Professor Chen Ming-hui, Art Department of Kaohsiung Normal University. It locates in Aozidi, the biggest Hakka tribe of early Kaohsiung. The residents lived by water and fed on agriculture, and the ecological lives in fields ridges were various, proven by the cry of insects and birds. Live Rivers flows through, forming lives vibrant in local ecological structure. Chen Ming-hui used the concept of old Kaohsiung farming villages, transforming rivers, leaves, insects into artistic culture with topographic aesthetics to complete the design of the bridge named “Vibrant Lives.”

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Uploadet: 10/06/2009
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