In order to unveil what is hidden, one must dig, and to dig deep and many times over, for what is dug may most likely lead to yet another layer of “reality.” This process of digging renders a process of uncovering a well-constructed narrative of a mystery novel, as one turns the page, something new emerges that connects to the next chapter, like an inquisitive finger flipping through pages to discover something unexpected. (Excerpts from "Question of Okinawa", Ikehara, 2008)