The Taiwan Pavilion at the 2017 Bologna Children's Book Fair will highlight the concept of Intellectual Property under the banner 'Infinite Taiwan∞!' to focus on developing interdisciplinary projects based on original content.
Inspired by a poem about moonlight wandering through a mountain bamboo forest, 'Bamboo Traces' will display roughly 100 works from Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, and the UK in an ambient setting.
As the first Taiwanese artist to receive the top award at the prestigious Bologna Children's Book Fair, Page Tsou has since been invited to work with global brands such as Disney, ELLE, Johnnie Walker, SPIN, Yamaha, and The Big Issue.
Dedicated to promoting the environment and culture of Taiping District in Taichung, the Watersource Cultural and Educational Foundation has helped revive the local indigo dye industry, boost cultural tourism, and preserve regional ecology.