Cheng-chieh Perry Chang is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Modern Japanese Literature at Nagoya University. He obtained his B.A. (double major: Physics and Japanese Language) and M.A. (modern Japanese literature) from Soochow University, Taiwan. His research interests include student movements in Japan and Taiwan, counterculture, modernized perception, consumption of representation in literature and visual arts. His doctoral dissertation examines the representation of the student movement in the late 1960s in literature and visual arts, with a particular focus on media effects and the high‐consumption society of the 1980s. His latest work is “Rethinking the Memories of “1968” in Japan: Struggles between Forgetting and Remembering” (Journal of the Society of Japanese Language and Literature 73, 2016).