Bamboo Delivery, Taiwan Style

Mr Ye makes his delivery of bamboo to House 100 for artists to use for their projects. Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental art Project, 2015. April 13, 2015

April 13, 2015, Mr Ye makes his delivery of bamboo to House 100, in Cheng long, Taiwan, for artists to use in their sculpture installations for the 2015 Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project.

Using bamboo, a sustainable fast-growing plant in Taiwan, is an important part of many artists’ environmental artwork for the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project. To learn more about the project, go to

Here is Mr. Ye.

Mr Ye and bamboo dump

Mr. Ye arrives alone in his flatbed truck loaded with bamboo. He does not carry any mechanical lift to remove the bamboo.


Mr. uses wooden blocks that he places under the back wheel opposite the side where he wants the bamboo dumped.

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Mr. Ye backs the truck up onto the wooden blocks, and the bundled bamboo rolls off.


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