Huang Yung-Fu, the 96-year-old painter who saved his village

It’s 04:00 in central Taiwan and everything is asleep, flashing neon signs of the city of Taichung are off and the only movement in the night is the silhouette of a 96-year-old man slowly painting alone in the darkness. Every morning, Huang Yung-fu flips on a light, shuffles out of his two-room bungalow in sandals and while the city around him sleeps, he crouches on a stool for three hours and quietly decorates the drab cement. Now in the city tiny tigers leap from the walls, whiskered kittens hide in…

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