95-year-old veteran and his 'Rainbow village'

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/8/13 17:55:04

Tourists visit a residential community called "Rainbow village" in the Nantun District of Taichung City, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 12, 2017. Huang Yong-fu, a 95-year-old veteran, painted colorful animals and figures on the walls and grounds of the village a few years ago. His paintings attracted many tourists and also saved the dying village from being removed. He still gets up at 3 a.m. every day to repair the paintings of his village.Photo:Xinhua


 

Tourists visit a residential community called "Rainbow village" in the Nantun District of Taichung City, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 12, 2017. Huang Yong-fu, a 95-year-old veteran, painted colorful animals and figures on the walls and grounds of the village a few years ago. His paintings attracted many tourists and also saved the dying village from being removed. He still gets up at 3 a.m. every day to repair the paintings of his village. Photo:Xinhua


 

Huang Yong-fu signs autographs for tourists at a residential community called "Rainbow village" in the Nantun District of Taichung City, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 12, 2017. Huang Yong-fu, a 95-year-old veteran, painted colorful animals and figures on the walls and grounds of the village a few years ago. His paintings attracted many tourists and also saved the dying village from being removed. He still gets up at 3 a.m. every day to repair the paintings of his village. Photo:Xinhua


 

A girl visits a residential community called "Rainbow village" in the Nantun District of Taichung City, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 12, 2017. Huang Yong-fu, a 95-year-old veteran, painted colorful animals and figures on the walls and grounds of the village a few years ago. His paintings attracted many tourists and also saved the dying village from being removed. He still gets up at 3 a.m. every day to repair the paintings of his village. Photo:Xinhua


 

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