Source: Time MagazineBy Kate Pickert Monday, Feb. 03, 2014The raisins sitting in my sweaty palm are getting stickier by the minute. They don't look particularly appealing, but when instructed by my teacher, I take one in my fingers and examine it. I notice that the raisin's skin glistens. Looking closer, I see a small indentation where it once hung from the vine. Eventually, I place the raisin in my mouth and roll the wrinkly little shape over and over with my tongue, feeling its texture. After a while, I push it up against my teeth and slice it open. Then,...
~ Source: Taiwan Panorama Issue: March 2016 The Zuo Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals states in its section on the tenth year (500BCE) of Duke Ding’s reign: “The Middle Kindom has the grandeur of rites and rituals, hence it is called Xia. It has the beauty of symbols and robes, hence it is called Hua.” In just a few words, the Zuo Commentary expresses the special place that the Chinese people hold in their hearts...
时空回至现代,热爱织品的郑惠中,转身寻找人类著衣的初衷,以棉、麻织品制作简 约布衣,坚持手染精神,有別於传统中国服饰的华丽感,呈现出东方文化中,另一种轻 松、内敛的生活态度。