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Travel books, novel and more


A life or suite with three bedrooms, one living room and one dining room

三室两厅 (“Three Bedrooms and Two Living Rooms") is Han Bo’s first novel. The book uses this interior layout as the frame for an experimental form novel. It is a non-linear narrative text presented in the form of a novel. The work is divided into five parts: three rooms ("fictional room", "non-fictional room" and "anti-fictional room") and two halls ("black hall" and "soft hall"), each with their specific time background and five different spatial areas.

Through fiction, non-fiction, drama fragments, literary narratives, travel notes, poetry and other texts interspersed, crossed, mixed, and concatenated, it shows that the society of the era is rapidly turning, as it follows the younger generation of intellectuals. The novel uses "I" as the dual identity perspective of observer and participant, connecting the encounters of several "gentlemen" such as Mr. Hu, Mr. Han, Mr. Zhang, and Mr. Ma.

See the project page for the cover art project. 


Saints and Graffiti - Travels Through Heterotopia

Graffiti art is a way to observe urban culture. Graffiti on a wall used to silence is an open door to a contemptuous smile.

This is a travel book from 2017 from visits to Copenhagen, London, Berlin, Paris and San Francisco. 

No city is an island in the 20th century. But there are always some people who don't do "meaningless work" and the spontaneously build heterotopia. 

On a journey into the unknown, encounter one free man after another, themselves, a brief history of the heterotopia city. 


Following in the Footsteps of Dionysus

If the travel descriptions were sketches, they would be six different portraits of the Greek wine God Dionysus:

- Italy: Roman time and the renaissance

- Poland: Roman Catholic

- Serbia: Orthodox

- England: Protestant

-Switzerland: Modern civilization and Dadaism

- Argentina: The new world of European civilization 

Catch up with Dionysus from the classical world to modern society, from the old world to the new, from Utopia to heterotopia, from absolute time to relative time, and observe how various cultural styles, through theatre, art literature, music and film. 

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