Are still used and appear in the follow-up "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment". Compared with "Hell Map", which is too broad in scope and relatively inaccurate in rhetorical strategies, Hou Junming's "Repentance of Bliss" and "Sou Shen Ji" are not only more focused, the issues are relatively more focused, but also more focused. clear object of criticism. However, "Hell Map" still strongly points out the existence of many social problems in Taiwan, and some of the modeling elements and ironic expressions are still very exciting, but they are covered up by many details and appear less focused.
Therefore, although "Hell Map" was not telemarketing list made into a print, it was still "reincarnated" and transformed, becoming an important visual element and conceptual basis for Hou Junming's subsequent creations. For example, the main image in the second piece of "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment", a person detained in shackles, comes from the image above the sixth hall of "Hell Map" ([Figure 3] [Figure 4] is a partial enlargement. ). In "Hell Map", it was originally a woman who "empathizes and hurts male dignity" (this is the meaning of irony). , symbolizing the people of Hong Kong who will be ruled by China, and they are added with necklocks and handcuffs.
The image is different (in fact, the difference is not small, except that the characters are put on necklocks, and the shapes of the bull's head and the horse's face are also different). The connotation is completely different. Moreover, in the sixth hall of "Hell Map", this image is only one of the many punishments of hell. In the second "colonial culture" of "Hong Kong Crime and Punishment", it has become the main image, with a clearer image and stronger tension , clearly highlighting the theme that Hong Kong people "have no autonomy" and are about to "let anyone else go".