By Nicola Turner reports from Taipei. 1999-11-01T00:00:00
Taiwan has long sought an individual identity. For 20 years it was viewed as a temporary refuge from the communist forces in China, and its architecture was sidelined as a result. As the island matures, and the confidence of its people grows, a small group of architects is challenging the ...
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