I am Lam Kwok Yam, my parents hope that I will become the richest man in China.
The work explores how individuals understand and respond to social relationships and political identity. Having lived in China and Hong Kong in my upbringing, with the establishment of different values, I slowly realized that it is difficult for me to have a sense of belonging to a country or a place. The history and the collective experience of a country are often condensed into certain national symbols. I have noticed that some everyday objects can evoke associations and imaginations with these symbols. Through the intervention of daily behavior, identity and political ideologies are projected on these items, showing the unutterable identity anxieties.