The rice field sea and the boundless blue sky in Taitung Chishang amazed me. In order to break away from the stereotypes of past landscape paintings of rice fields, it is particularly expressed in interesting four-dimensional spaces—the rice fields and the roads in the fields are distorted in order to contrast with the straight lines of the "sky box", and the pictures are more lively and dynamic. Far mountains are intentionally applied thin paint on the white canvas to make the blue-green mountains more transparent. When expressing the sky, in addition to using cubes to present a sense of space, stars are also drawn on the top surface and meteors across the sky are added to create a far-reaching and dynamic visual impression... The whole seems to exist in a three-dimensional box in the universe.