This play ponders over how to help the minority group to fight for survival. With the help of the Japanese performing group, Yasennotsukihaibiz, Assignment Theatre shipped a round-shape tent, 6 feet tall and rector 12 feet long, from Japan to Taiwan. Before the annual memorial of 921 Earthquake, in the Summer of 2000 Assignment Theatre sent up the tent which could accommodate 150 people and put on The Platform of Memory in the tent. Memory was brought back to the womb through the umbilical cord. Yet, the womb, bearing too much violence of the world, exploded into pieces. Our craving for memory still exists, but the end of this pursuit is emptiness. Real war happened in our memory, while fictions war was taking place in the real world where the dominant assumes the role of spokesman for truth.