The series works of “Offerings” present the offering culture of Taiwan. They are mainly presented in simple lines and shapes while being taken with clear and steady techniques. No unnecessary elements are included in them, enabling audiences to taste the cultural contexts they embrace in detail under tranquil atmosphere. All offerings used from past to present have their historical meanings, in which many of them originate from old sayings, Feng Shui (geomancy), literature and other folk cultures. However, no matter what kinds of offering one presents, people mainly present them with the expectation of fulfill their anticipation on studying, career, marriage, health and wealth.
Taiwan in its early days is an immigrant society and most people came from oversea. Given that the navigation technology was relatively undeveloped, there are many risks for traveling to Taiwan by sea. Moreover, people also suffered from non-acclimatization and bad public security after they have moved here. Therefore, religions have become their spiritual sustenance. Besides celebrations and ancestor worshipping, people also pay great attention to traditional festivals, in which they would arrange all sorts of foods and performance. In the course of time, worshipping events held by temples have become a unique culture of Taiwan.