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William Hsu

Collecting Towards a Paper Museum in Anyang

The historical significance of Anyang River is one that is hard to gauge with observation alone. Its current landscape is the result of successful environmental restoration with abundant wildlife, un-kept grassy banks and a cycle/pedestrian lane that provides a variety of recreational use for nearby residents. In its recent history, Anyang River played a complex role in Korea's industrial modernisation. In constant to the current idyllic image the river was once nicknamed Korea's dirtiest sewage the ecosystem was devastarted and the stream and hanks undesirable for recreational use. Many birds and fish one sees oday had been absent for around 30years.

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