If the value of art depends on its stance in history, does the potency of art’s challenge against society also validate its merit? One of my key topics in recent years is how I may reflect on life, when facing complex history and society, through an engagedness of art. In March Past, I attempted a satirical approach, dressing up as a colossal dictator, watching the military parade in front of a scaled model of Presidential Office in Longtan Window on China theme park. To the melodic marching music, I saluted the toy tanks passing incessantly the viewing platform. The intention is, through humour and absurd action, to highlight the overriding absurdity.