The Pink Power.Trademarked by using pink color, his work reflects the sensitivity and delicate inner world for the artist, also represents his reflection on the reality. Conveying the power of love and pureness. Born in 1970, Piao is among the first post-revolutionary Chinese to have only indirectly experienced Mao and the Cultural Revolution, in his case as a child. He came of age during the nineties and his art testifies the disruptive tensions between the traditional and the modern, the local and the global, prior to the ascent of China to (economic) superpower. Individualism is suppressed in the changing environment of commercialization and ideology. I chose pink to suggest fashion and…all kinds of negativity…this ambiguity suggests an absurd postmodernism.