The pandemic has changed our lives radically. In the past few months, we have experienced not only the physical barriers such as quarantine, distancing from families and friends, school closures and the long use of masks, but also the fear, anxiety, solitude and depression coming along with them. However, during these times of crisis, Lung still sees the rekindle of human virtue as we unit in this battle against the virus. However difficult it is, we have demonstrated generosity, kindness, courage and selflessness and all these have made our bonds even stronger. Lung captures these virtues and transforms them into her utilitarian ceramic objects, not only to bring people comfort and hope
, but also reminding us of Camus’ words, even after the pandemic dies down, “to state quite simply what we learn in time of pestilence: that there are more things to admire in men than to despise”.