After Chiang Kai-shek’s decease in 1975, the whole Taiwan threw itself into a frenetic rush of idolatry. All types of statues sprang up everywhere to an astounding number of 50,000 and more. Since the abolition of martial law in 1987, many of Chiang’s statues were removed, some of which were relocated to the Cihu Memorial Park and becomes a popular destination for Mainland Chinese tourists. In the video I was made up to look like a splitting image of Chiang, goose-stepping all alone in the park; birdsongs, blossoms and echoes of kicking boots were my only companions …. The future is nothing but uncertainty. History might be haunted autocrats, schemers, cynics, and hypocrites …; the real demons are not from the external world but in the mind of every one of us. They are the ‘Phantom of History’ we have to confront and overcome.