My works are based on my own life experience as an introductory beginning, and the norms in daily life, regardless of the environment or space constraints, compare into the life of the imperial court in ancient China. These normative fragments and events have also become the source and energy of my artistic reproduction creations.
Take the "Tang dynasty", a well-developed dynasty in all aspects as the object of creation, and use the creative methods of appropriation and parody to integrate the images of Tang dynasty characters into one’s creations. From the background of ancient paintings, I understood the daily status of the lady who was living in the imperial court at that time. Although it was impossible to know why the Palace maid’s face does not seem to have too many smiles, it is not difficult to imagine that everyone was drinking or playing chess. The double confrontation, the kind of relaxing and enjoyable, and at the same time more indulging in beautiful music and wargames, should be so joyful that one forgets his sorrow moment. It is also because there is not much smile, so it has long been destined to, draw people feel a faint lonely sadness, a forced smile, self-entertaining and dejected feeling. I compare my life to this, and metaphor myself in the scene of ancient paintings. It seems that a life of willful enjoyment has never been real joy brought by freedom.