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“No one named van Gogh in my village”
Updated: 2009-08-13 11:37

Q: Can you draw buildings in the city?

A: No, I can’t

Q: Do you have any regrets?

A: My children have grown up and I traveled many places. I’m satisfied.

Q: I heard that you often miss your home town. But the life there is poor and many rivers are now dry? Why do you miss it?

A: Everyone has a home. Even a dog never shuns its owner’s home, however shabby it is.



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