- The Simplification of the Chinese Script
- 72 pages
A handbound book that showcases an original essay about the politicization of Chinese language reforms in the mid-20th century, and their crucial role in the formation of Chinese and Taiwanese national identities. Printed on rice paper, the book juxtaposes traditional and simplified Chinese characters. Winner of First Prize, the Yale Lohmann Prizes for Excellence in Undergraduate Printing and Design, 2013, and now part of Yale University Library’s Arts of the Book Collection.