Taiwan has more than 600 scenery trucks that drive across the country to serve as the backdrop for shows and entertainment, during religious or family ceremonies. Baptisms (christenings), marriages, funerals, as well as business events or neighborhood celebrations, are an opportunity to deploy these platforms today, flashy, rich with neon figures and mixing folk, traditional opera, vaudeville and contemporary heroes, often from American popular culture.
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