From 1895 to 1945, Taiwan was part of Japan as a colony. During this period, Japanese government built over 200 Japanese shrines in Taiwan as the holy and inviolable symbol to show the political power. After WWII, Taiwan was occupied and ruled by the Nationalist government from China, all the Japanese shrines were destroyed or rebuild as Chinese palatial architecture such as Grand Hotel and National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine. In order to show this political and historical transformation on those architectures, I took the existing Chinese palatial architecture with different angles, and piled them up composing a hazy picture as an analogy of time and memory. Then, I made an acrylic, which the Japanese shrine’s sketch was carved on, fixing it on the hazy picture with a frame as comparison, showing the regime change in Taiwanese history.