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On Octotober 1st, 34 people led by Min-Chin Chiang participated the ‘field’ course to harvest indigo plants in Nantou, central Taiwan. Min-Chin wrote to us about the visit: “Those young people, from theatre design, fine arts, new media, music and heritage programmes, were impressed by the tremendous work of preparing dye materials. The weather was terribly hot, and we had to wake up at 4.30 am to start working in the farm. I am sure they will remember this and hope this memory will become something to grow in their heart. ”

Click here read more about Min-Chin Chiang’s project, Indigo: Developing a Curriculum Across Borders.

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