台灣合唱團 Taiwan Chorus / 紅龜粿 Ong Ku Koe
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    Ong Ku Koe (red tortoise cakes) are very traditional and common pastries in Taiwan and other Chinese regions. They are made of glutinous rice and… Read More
    Ong Ku Koe (red tortoise cakes) are very traditional and common pastries in Taiwan and other Chinese regions. They are made of glutinous rice and got this name because they look like red tortoise shells, with the implications of good fortune, fame, and longevity. The Taiwan Chorus chose red tortoise cakes as the theme of its concert to re-interpret some traditional Taiwanese folksongs. In the aspect of the design, we adopted Chinese calligraphy handwriting to present the quality and strength of hand-made cakes, plus the image of the wooden mode used for production, showing the traditional and modern atmosphere through two bright colors, red and green. Read Less
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Ong Ku Koe (red tortoise cakes) are very traditional and common pastries in Taiwan and other Chinese regions. They are made of glutinous rice and got this name because they look like red tortoise shells, with the implications of good fortune, fame, and longevity. The Taiwan Chorus chose red tortoise cakes as the theme of its concert to re-interpret some traditional Taiwanese folksongs. In the aspect of the design, we adopted Chinese calligraphy handwriting to present the quality and strength of hand-made cakes, plus the image of the wooden mode used for production, showing the traditional and modern atmosphere through two bright colors, red and green.

紅龜粿是一種普遍存在於台灣以及華人地區的傳統糕點,原料為糯米,並以紅色龜甲的造型而得名,帶有福氣、榮祿和長壽的含義。而台灣合唱團便以此作為演唱會的主題,重新詮釋了台灣的傳統歌謠。在設計上我們使用手寫的書法字以表現手做的質感與力道,並加入製作時的木頭模具形象,以明亮的紅綠雙色呈現出具有傳統與現代的氛圍。​​​​​​​




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