It was estimated that about 6 large painted walls were painted blue, red, purple, etc. with paint, and the behavior was quite bad. The Taichung City Government stated that it will not grant any leniency to those who damage public property, emphasizing that they must file a lawsuit. "United News Network" reported that the police brought back 14 people, including father and son Wei, and employees of Rainbow Cultural and Creative Industries involved in the case.
According to the investigation, Wein phone database was dissatisfied with the city government's reinforcement and repair project, and emphasized that the painted walls are his copyright, and "expressed protest" by painting. The Fourth Police Sub-Bureau stated that although the Rainbow Village is still undergoing legal disputes over intellectual property rights, the Municipal Cultural Bureau has filed a lawsuit for damage. After the police inquiry on the 31st, the whole case will be transferred to the Taichung District Prosecutor's Office for questioning by the prosecutor on the basis of the crime of damage.
"Central News Agency" reported that the Rainbow Village, a well-known scenic spot in Nantun District, Taichung City, was created by 98-year-old Huang Yongfu since 2008, who painted houses and walls with a paintbrush in his spare time. Let him get the title of "Rainbow Grandpa".