Taiwan revisited, Taipei National University of the Arts
Imagine. You are traveling abroad, you feel like to appreciate this foreign country's modern art, then you enter into one of famous modern museums the country can offer you. And then you find a compatriot (at least generally thought to be so ) on the wall. This compatriot is evidently highly praised by this foreign counry's "innocent" people. But in fact, you really know that this guy was a notorious criminal (though, not a felon, a criminal is a criminal), despised by all sensible person in your country. In the long caption displayed beneath this criminal's photograph, you can find no mention about his shameful cheating. Imagine, how do you feel then ?
As for me, I am happy to say that I do not have to bother to "imagine" it. I experienced it.
When I entered Kuandu Museum and found on the Hall wall Mogi Ken-ichiro's fatty face, this tax-evader's all nasty deeds popped into my mind. I almost puked on that spot, although I managed to controll myself and avoid such an impoliteness for honor of Japanese.
Mogi Ken-ichiro is not only a despicable tax-evader but also one of Japan defamers and pro-Korean. In the year of 2011, Mogi enjoyed looking at awful parody of the Royal couple of Bhutan Kingdom.
Oh, Taiwanese, watch out his deceptive-benign appearance.
to be continued