Half of a boat's bow stands on the base, while the stone features a beautifully painted pattern across its surface. With cool color tones, the canoe stands like a monument, yet conveys the artist's passion and respect for the origins of his own culture. The artist expresses how the canoe brought his ancestors across the sea to New Zealand. Along the way, they had also stopped at many islands in the Pacific Ocean. As a result, they also share many Asian genes. Through this work, he presents how Maori and Asian culture intersect spiritually, mentally, and physically.
- Awards：Selected for 2009 Hualien International Sculpture Festival
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus