Hualien was originally named, “Huilan.” As the Han Chinese people colonized the land from west to east at the beginning of the Qing Dynasty, they found that the Hualien River estuary had been shaped into a round form by crashing waves. As a result, it was named, “Huilan (Chinese name suggesting “a round shape”). As a result, the artist portrays a rolling flow of waves, which symbolizes Hualien. These waves not only crash against the land of Hualien, but also the artist’s soul. For him, life is like a constantly changing flow of waves. Three screw-shaped gold copper strips are placed at the head of the waves to attract people’s focus. They also serve as an imprint of private memories throughout the artist’s life.
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus