Born in Taiwan in 1972, Chen Po-I has always been interested in photography, although he’s trained as an oceanographic engineer. Photography is his way to question certain topics in society. His work has been exposed many times in Taiwan and abroad and is mostly focussed on keeping alive the collective memory of his country’s history.
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