- HOLLAND – 荷蘭
“King’s Day (Koningsdag) is each year held on the 27th of April, the birthday of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. Traditionally people chose to wear clothes that are partly or completely orange as a reference to the national color of the Netherlands.
Since 2000, my parents are the proud owners of a typical Dutch snackbar. For King’s Day, they wear this bright orange shirt that says ‘Holland’ on the back.
Holland – or 荷蘭 (‘Ho Laán’) as my parents often say – embodies their commitment to their second home country. The portraits were taken moments after they closed the snackbar.”
- In Search of Perfect Orange
“In Search of Perfect Orange investigates the origin of the Chinese community in the Netherlands, specifically focused on foodways and the development of the Chinese-Indonesian restaurant.
The works of In Search of Perfect Orange are closely linked to the project Chin. Ind. Rest.”
- Chin. Ind. Rest
“CHIN. IND. REST. investigates the origin of the Chinese community in the Netherlands, specifically focused on foodways and the development of the Chinese-Indonesian restaurant.
[…] A small selection of my collection takeaway menus of Chinese restaurants in the Netherlands.”
“A photo from the series Nr. 39 with Rice is translated to a puzzle of 1000 pieces.”