Dawu is known as the farthest corner of Taiwan and residing there is the small village in Taitung.
Chyi-mei is a small island in Peng-hu where abalone breeding had been the main source of income for around eight years, but due to the ecological and economical environment in the region things were changing and Chyi-mei had to keep up.
The Let’s Colour project added colour to the 8,000 masonry anchors that line the Lian-Da Road, changing the dull grey roadside to a colourful passage.
The city of Tainan is famous in Taiwan for its cultural atmosphere and Cheng-Jueh community. The older residents of Cheng-Jueh chose to revitalise their community by adding colour to it. They decided to use four kinds of yellow to represent four famous Tainan fruits.
Chti-Shan is a small town with a traditional atmosphere in Kaoshung, which was in need of some inspiration.
Recognising the significance of restoring the legacy and culture of a country, Let's Colour Project is playing its part in preserving one of Malaysia’s iconic heritage sites by ensuring its distinctive character and tradition remains intact for future generations to come.