Arin Rungjang traces back both personal narrative and social history crossing different time periods, cultures, and languages. In this video installation, he sheds light on the memories of two people who lived in Myanmar at distinct times. The first, Wahduze Ali, a man of Bengali descent with no citizenship, was born in Myanmar and traded to human traffickers in Thailand. In this work, he performs Surah Ya-Sin from the Noble Quran. The second is British novelist George Orwell (1903-1950) who expressed resistance to colonialism in his famous essay “Shooting an Elephant.” With the inclusion of a culturally specific song sung in a male voice and the transcription of a monologue, the work unveils layers of hidden realities from personal memories.