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My Treasures

Everyone has their own ordinary collections, whose value cannot be measured in terms of money and whose quantity cannot surpass that of an ordinary antique shop. Yet, for the owner, these collections hold extraordinary significance. In "My Treasures,” the writer Echo Chen recounts the objects she has cherished over the years: the first white horse, an old teapot from Guangdong, an Indian doll, the love stone her parents picked up from the seaside... Chen likens them to "imprints of life," carving into her thoughts, actions, demeanor, and speech the stories and emotions they represent.

Inspired by this, RUOHAN steps into the homes of three female friends, exploring the stories they must tell about their respective “treasures."


Ma‘er|Art Creator


Beiye|Art Curator,Film Photographer


Ding|Art Project Consultant