A-zhong once said, “Even though ‘The Center’ brings with it a certain degree of commonality and sociality, art exists to throw out questions, and sometimes, it isn’t even able to provide an answer.” In an interview, Shu-Yi discussed the origins of the work’s English title “The Center”, saying, “To return to physical performers, we are also searching for the center, for the middle point that balances ourselves. If there is no middle point, one will topple. Between me pushing him and him pushing back, there is an active middle point in all this, we can allow it to collapse, but also for the middle point to stand strong and support either of us. From the two paragraphs the creator shared with us, we can perhaps understand that this creation is about a topic that touches on equality and inequality. To quote artistic consultant Lin Ching-Ru, who said this to us in the early days of rehearsals, “If you do not ponder in your heart about whether there is equality or not, then where is the inequality from?”.