An article about a resemblance between a bamboo work at China pavilion in the 51st Venice Biennial and a work by Taiwanese artist Wang Wen-chih, shown in the exhibition 'Bunker Museum of Contemporary Art - 18 Solo Exhibitions', curated by the same curator Cai Guo Qiang in Kinmen Island in 2004. Taiwanese curator and art critic J.J. Shieh criticises the work by Chinese architect Chang Yungho as 'an undergrown brother' of the work by Wang.
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Translated

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Location code CLP.05.06.16
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Chinese - Traditional

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16 Jun 2005

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United Daily News, 16 Jun 2005, p. C6

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1

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A work at China Pavilion resembles a bamboo work by Taiwanese artist, 竹跳發育不良 - 難成龍藤虎躍