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Reporters from Nan Hua University paper where looking across the street at the west side installation of handmade paper prayer flags.

Installing Handmade Paper Prayer Flags

Putting up prayer flags-1

We are nearing the end of Jane Ingram Allen’s two week project of making over 250 prayer flags from handmade paper at Nan Hua University in Chiayi County, Taiwan. Most of the flags were attached to 10 ropes that were 33 meters long. Many students from the Architecture and Landscape Design  Department, who sponsored Jane, came to assist in making paper. More images and information will be posted in the next week on Jane’s blog site http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com


Yellow – Red – White – Blue – Green

color paper pulp drying

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NanHua Univ Library


looking at paper

These people from Nan Hua University Department of Landscape and Architecture are looking at the five different colored papers that have been made by students under the instruction of Jane Ingram Allen. Jane is doing a 2 week project at Nan Hua University and will install 10 lines of 25 prayer flags each in an effort to heal the earth on a particular part of the campus. The prayer flags are made of handmade paper.


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Feng Shui 风水 Master

Din and Wie in Dalin

The gentleman to the right is Feng Shui Master Din Yuan-Huang. His given name can be interpreted as Yuan = origin, Huang = Earth. The books to Din’s left are the ones he has written and published. The man sitting next to him is our friend Dr Ted Wei, Dean of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design at Nan Hua Univeristy in Dalin Township, Chaiyi County, Taiwan. My wife, Jane Ingram Allen (http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com) will be starting next week an interesting project that is designed to help heal the earth at a strategic location on Nan Hua University’s campus. She will be using handmade paper and natural material to complete this project. The Feng Shui Master is playing an important part in this project. More images and information to follow in the next three weeks.


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