Working with National Taiwan University’s Department of Entomology, the artist bred thousands of Asian tiger mosquitoes in Second Life: Habitat, a project that integrated digital technology in an ecosystem. The mosquitoes went through stages of their lifecycle in the installation created, and were then killed by a bug zapper. Those “lives” were converted by a digital system and transformed into virtual avatars in a computer game. As the game progressed, the artist’s blood was used as food for the mosquitoes. Through the game, the meaning of life in the digital era was examined. This project was collaborated with artist Cheng Hsien-Yu.