Po-Chih Huang’s diverse artistic practice revolves around the circumstances and history of his family which enable him to involve in issues like agriculture, manufacturing, production, consumption, etc. Since 2013, exhibitions of his continuous art project Five Hundred Lemon Trees have been transformed to a crowd funding platform allowing the appropriation of artistic resources for developing an agricultural brand, activating fallow farmland, and growing lemon trees for lemon liquor. On the other hand, the project has connected his family members, local farmers and consumers to make a new social relationship possible. In the same year, he published his first collection of essays Blue Skin–All About My Mother《藍色皮膚：老媽的故事》, the story about his mother. In a way, such a brief account of personal history can somehow reflect Taiwan's agriculture economic reform and social change over the past fifty years, which is essentially, a micro-level of observing his own family history and society as a whole in Taiwan.