From 2003, I started to make some functional objects such as teapots and vases. As a pragmatist in some degree, I hope that people can use my works and appreciate them in their daily lives. In addition, I want these pieces to carry their own personalities and to be able to speak by themselves. Inspired by all kinds of different human gestures in ancient Chinese rituals, I often utilize human figures as subject. This kind of anthropomorphism makes these teapots and cups speaking. However, making functional pieces is not the final goal I would like to achieve. I assembled these functional objects in different ways to achieve vibrations of the structure. Stack them together out of order, and try to rebuild them as a whole with order. What I want to explore is the conceptual line between valuable and useless, function and concept, craft and art, deconstruction and reconstruction.