Ni first excerpted and transcribed several instances of advertisement posters onto computers. With document editing programs, the artist misaligned the texts by half angle (半角字迹的错位). The resulting texts are illogical and illegible, comprised of random Chinese characters and symbols (Roman and others). Ni then printed the edited texts out and posted them on streets (where posters were usually applied). The form of Ni's "poster" was very similar to other posters in the venue, but the meaning of Ni's counterfeit was utterly devoid. Ni wishes this artwork to asks questions about "social norm" and "social thinking". When social normalcies are changed, even in an extremely subtle way, how would the social body respond? Would chaos and anxieties ensue? (Ni, “连续扩散事态 —— 招贴”简述, Ni Weihua's official website, available on http://www.niweihua.com/index.php/list/cnsprea) (Jerry Wu'23).