It is not easy for Taiwanese people to tell the differences between public and private, for they tend to consider public space as "sharing space." How and when did this phenomenon occur in Taiwan? This article will discuss how people thought of public space from the Taiwanese and the western perspective.
Asian Studies | International and Area Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Lin, Sin-Yu, "Aesthetics Of Public Space : Taiwanese And Western Concepts Of "public"" (2021). English Language Institute. 168.
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