Photography & art / June 2016 (Issue 32)

If Apliu Street Could Talk

by Suzanne Lai





















Maybe all the stories in this world are no longer capable of having any closure. They have become a perpetual open-ended dialogue, which can only be filled with blank space. They are partial, fragmented and yet oddly fitting in a sense.


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