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ISBN :9789865421403 / Pages : 40

Bon Bon & Jo Jo's Journey Home

Author Kent Chang
Illustrator Wei Da Lin

From the perspective of two rare Asian parti-colored bats born in the Sixth Fuel Factory in Hsinchu, this painting book shall bring you a journey of the little bats finding their way home. Through the interaction and communication with other animals on their way, the two bats can gradually piece together the appearance of that building with chimney in their memories. We hope that children can explore, understand, and find out the characteristics of the fuel factory in the paintings. By doing so, they can know the history, culture, and buildings in their homeland, as well as form a deeper connection to them, thereby bringing more possibilities to 


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Children's Books
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Middle Grade7-12
Cultural Affairs Bureau, Hsinchu City
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Cultural Affairs Bureau, Hsinchu City /Kent Animation Digital Independent Production, Inc
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Monica Tsai
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  • Since our founding on September 22nd 2000, we use novel technologies to achieve breakthroughs on visual imaging. Our in-house-produced animation “Little Samba” was awarded The Best Animation from Illustrated Books in 2007. In 2008, we initiated the planning of our feature film project. In 2011, we assisted the National Center for High-performance Computing to establish Taiwan’s first cloud computed Render Farm. Finally, in 2013, we completed our original animated movie “Mida.” In the future, we will continue to employ original content in Mandarin with the newest digital animation technology to form a “story factory” of laughter and amazement.