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PARADISE IN NO MAN’S LAND

不能靠近的天堂

PARADISE IN NO MAN’S LAND

Migratory birds flock in places untouched by the hand of man. Due to Kinmen Island’s unique history and many military installations, there are areas shut off to the locals by barbed wire but where the soldiers charged with protecting it have taken to planting flowers and plants. And this is exactly where the birds gather…

Lee Ru-Qing remembers scenes from his childhood growing up on Kinmen, where nature and the manmade instruments of war meld together. This is a nature book with a difference, a meditation on man’s creation of borders and the ways in which animals and plants transcend them.

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Publisher: Linking
Date: 2012/10
Pages: 48
Size: 21 x 29.5 cm

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