There are 448 nuclear power plants in the world, and more than 500 are under construction. These nuclear power plants are vulnerable to all kinds of dangers, including unexpected natural disasters, human-caused accidents, and destruction by terrorist attacks or war. The decommissioning of nuclear power plants and the treatment and disposal of radioactive waste are also very important issues. The Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear power plants symbolize this. Once an accident occurs, it will be an uncontrollable catastrophe that will affect the whole world, and the future of nuclear power plants is an eternal issue for humanity.
The aim is to inform humankind, who has no interest in nuclear power plants and has lived on them because they think they are safe, that they are very dangerous.
His work has been selected for an international poster competition on the theme of serious accidents at nuclear power plants, including Chernobyl and Fukushima. He was also invited to participate in an international exhibition. As a result, it became a good case to think deeply about the horror of nuclear power plants and the future of nuclear power.