If a picture is worth a thousand words, a photography exhibition speaks volumes. Taiwanese research assistant Jheng-Ru Li has embarked on a journey to raise climate change awareness through “A Thousand Shades of White,” a photography project that captures the changing landscape of Greenland. Sponsored by the “Lung Yintai Cultural Foundation” travel program, Li shows how a changing climate has had intense effects on the traditional lifestyles of the Inuit and the vulnerable arctic environment.
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