Any straw poll of people in Singapore will likely yield this as the most popular work of public art in town. it is a highly plastic and illusionistic work, and its materials have a certain sensuous appeal as well. Sun Yu Li trained as an architect. The work is signed in Chinese, at the very base, but cannot be said to have a 'label' as so many others do. Not sure of the exact date, 1999 is just approximate.