||In the prologue of Shuowen Jiezi, Xushen explained that the Chinese word “wen” refer to pictograms, while the Chinese word “zi” refers to the words developed later for more complicated usage. The word “guan” has lots of meanings, namely, observation, value, and Daoist temple. With the combination of these different meanings, not only does it bring the topics of my work, but also conclude my research in these four years. Cyrus Cheung was born in 2001 and graduated from Raimondi College in 2019. He is a fourth-year student from the department of Fine Art in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. During his undergraduate study, he exchanged to the University of Leeds in the UK. Also, he has been concentrated in Chinese calligraphy and seal carving. Because of their variable shapes, their simple and unsophisticated style, he was intrigued by the ancient seal scripts. His work mainly focuses on the application of Chinese characters, for example, analects, mythological texts, and names.