As a member of the generation influenced by China’s infamous One-Child Policy, the term and form of a medal represents the remembrance of the policy-controlled generation in China. The “one-child” generation grew up surrounded by their parents’ and grandparents’ love, but facing the future responsibility of taking care of up to 6 elderly family members (two parents and four grandparents). The policy has been relaxed recently, but the social effects have not ended. This series of jewellery projects includes two ways to approach the theme of the one-child policy: one uses the abstract form to express personal experience and genuine feeling. I have also paid attention to other people who are influenced by this policy. The work “Invisible Children” uses a narrative method to record the social outcomes of the one-child policy. I want to raise the viewers’ consciousness of the victims of the policy. Parents tried to hide illegal, “over-born” children, but ironically, their efforts caused many problems for those children. In these works, I incorporated traditional Chinese lacquer techniques on the metal surface and tried to coalesce the wisdom and aesthetic of Asian taste with the eye-catching and publicly facing form of a brooch.