I always wonder about how images affect our historical perspective, memories and imagination when our mind is constructed through what we see. I am intrigued by how an image is produced and transmitted. My works are often inspired by images found from the Internet; they reflect my understanding of the world in a contemporary consciousness, sometimes in response to the personal memories and mnemonic qualities of images. Some of my works explore colour and its complex relationship with history, races, emotions, and symbolic meaning. My interests in Japanese manga, social media culture, politics and history have built up my visual language and narrative. I want to reveal the fundamental human condition of a particular group of people from a political perspective. The process helps me re-examine the concept of identity, the role of painting, its vulnerability and ambiguity.