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Taiwan Journal


Translator and Writer

Taiwan Journal


Writer

Taiwan News


Writer and Translator


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taiwanjournal.nat.gov.tw

Dutchman Erik Lindner reads his poems in Dutch at the Taipei Artist Village Jan. 27 during his recent stay in the city as an artist in residence. (Photos by Mark Caltonhill)Publication Date:03/09/2007 Section:IssuesBy Mark CaltonhillTaipei-based translator and writer Mark Caltonhill rhapsodizes about Lindner's verses.Rather than visit the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Yushan National Park or any of the island's other acclaimed tourist attractions during his recent month-long visit to Taiwan, Dutchman Erik Lindner spent around six hours each day wandering the streets.Furthermore, although he made occasional forays into the modern, internationalized east district of Taipei, most of his time was given to the more rundown but, for him, far more fascinating backstreets of the capital's older Wanhua and Datong districts snug against the Danshuei River in the west.Copyright 2007 by Mark Caltonhill


taiwanjournal.nat.gov.tw [cached]

By June Tsai and Mark Caltonhill


www.etaiwannews.com [cached]

2006-03-31 / Taiwan News, Contributing Writer / by Mark Caltonhill A woman rides oast a French colonial building./Photo by Mark Caltonhill


www.global-centre.com

Mark Caltonhill - Introduction
Mark Caltonhill, a British translator and writer, is the author of "Private Prayers and Public Parades - Exploring the Religious Life of T... Religious Travel Mark Caltonhill - Sources *Caltonhill, Mark (2002). Private Prayers and Public Parades - Exploring the Religious Life of Taipei. Taipei: Department of Information, Taipei...


taiwanjournal.nat.gov.tw [cached]

By Mark Caltonhill --Mark Caltonhill is a Taipei-based translator and writer.Copyright Mark Caltonhill


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