Huang Poren's sculpture works concern Taiwanese aboriginals and Taiwan Dog. Taiwan Dog, characterized by short black fur,
upright curled tail, staunch loyalty to its master, strong learning ability, adaptability, and intelligence, became an inspiration to
Poren Huang. Having once raised more than 20 dogs at the same time, Poren Huang had frequently helped in the birthing of
puppies, and observed that many qualities of the breed, such as standing tall, positivity, and vibrant spirit, happened to be lacking
in people living in modern society. On the other hand, people today are unable to cope with stress, and are often self-defeating and
Moreover, the alienation between people, especially apathy among relatives, has resulted in modern people replacing humans with
dogs for companionship because despite venting their emotional ups and downs on their pets, dogs remain faithful and obedient.