Before mechanized printing, Niahiki-e (Japanese wood block print) was used for making newspapers in Japan, which were called ri ri xin wen 日日新闻 (daily news). Each newspaper was delivered by hand. It goes without saying that the most popular news consisted of the cruelest and most bloodcurdling stories. The artist currently hand-prints a relief sculpture newspaper in China called Migrant Workers’ Daily. In a style reminiscent of early Chinese newspapers, Migrant Workers’ Daily discusses laborer issues relevant to workers.