The theme of the work itself is related to the return of 1996. Hong Kong in China is closely related to time and space. In this regard, "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment" can be said to be a bold creative attempt: because it is faced with social problems, especially if it is created with a specific time and space issue, it can easily become an illustration, a satire or a current affairs cartoon. Although the works can focus on current affairs, they may lack profound meaning and artistry worth pondering.
However, if we look at "Hong Kong Crime and telemarketing list Punishment" from the perspective of more than 20 years after the fact, it will not feel outdated, because the political and social problems in Hong Kong still exist, even today, so I feel that this series of works can indeed be called "prophecy". Moreover, in terms of form, "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment" uses the graphic style of the hell map in a parody, intending to remind the world to pay attention to their own social problems and not to think that the crime and punishment in the painting is only for Hong Kong people.
if other Local people "only know how to make money", "lack the awareness of residents", and those who ignore "no support and help" will also become "sinners" and fall into hell-like danger. Therefore, "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment" also has a profound connotation of "fable", and people should learn from it, especially for Taiwanese. The parody and appropriation of the hell map in "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment" not only has a humorous effect, but also allows the work to transcend the time and space constraints of current affairs and reflect on the structural problems of society.