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The work is consisted of two books and a performance. The two books compare what the government said about and what people really thought about certain issues associated with coronavirus disease.
The other book is called 'Archive', which is nailed from a red monument. The book includes comments from the people that are later censored by the government. The audience is encouraged to rip pages off from the book as a ‘receipt‘, which serves as a record for the pandemic.
The performance and installation together conveys my remembrance for the whistle blowers, especially the medical care workers who battled against the pandemic with their lives. It urges my audience to always remember what happened during the pandemic, and not to make the same mistakes again.