Minggu, 15 Maret 2015


  • Asia experienced rapid economic growth after World War II. However, Taiwan was
  • unable to fully tap into its potential due to an insufficiently open political and social
  • climate and high land prices that distorted the local real-estate market. It was only
  • following the end of martial law in the late 1980s that society began to come to life.
  • The possibility with which this period teemed found its greatest expression in the
  • Comprehensive Community Development Movement of 1996, a grassroots campaign
  • to care for and shape the physical environment that showed the effectiveness of
  • people power.

    Starting in Yilan, local architects over the past 20 years have worked indefatigably
  • to make professionalism and quality bywords for their craft. Thanks to their efforts,
  • elements that did not directly stem from Taiwan's rapid economic rise but have given
  • Taiwan's people a higher quality of life have been introduced. Among the structures
  • they have designed are Yilan County Hall, Dongshan River Water Park and Yilan
  • County's main administrative center by Japanese firm Atelier Zo; Lanyang Museum,
  • plans for which were drawn up by Kris Yao; as well as the Jiaoxi Township Office, the
  • plaza outside of the Yilan Train Station and the Performing Arts Plaza in Sanxing
  • Township, all by Huang Sheng-yuan
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