"Hometown" is Ma Yihang's "land of enlightenment for literature", he began to understand "one person's space" and "one person's feeling of getting along with literature" through writing. In the collection of essays " Mountain Dialect/Sandy ", Ma Yihang deeply wrote about the various childhoods growing up in the east, and the words are filled with a sense of reality. He does not deny that "memory" may change old things in his hometown, but compared to this, he is more worried that his "writing speed" will not keep up with the "speed of memory disappearance" - "
What if I haven't written it down before I forget popular database it? What? I really forgot what to do?" "Most of the objects or feelings I wrote down, whether joy or pain, are long gone without leaving any traces. But why do those things seem to be still somewhere?" Ma Yihang believes that the text It can help us "tap and tap in memory", reminding us again and again: "It's still here" when we write it down, and even every time we read it. Starting from the Taiwanese Language Institute, the college's support and vigilance for writing Whether it is a collection of essays "Mountain Dialects / Sandy" or a collection of poems " Sweetness ", they are all collections of works published by Ma
Yihang after he was thirty-five years old. Since Chen is relatively inactive in writing, he said that the experience of the Taiwen Institute has brought about many changes in his knowledge and the way of looking at things, and even affected his writing for a long time in the future. "If I hadn't studied at the Taiwanese Language Institute, my writing path would probably have been interrupted—if it wasn't for the Taiwanese Institute, I would have no other reference in writing, and with the way and state of writing in the past, I would probably have I feel that ‘I have no talent’ and I cannot support future writing.”