小雞(李迪權，又名 Tekkhean Lee)在示威期間前往香港，並帶回一系列重要木刻版畫。這些作品以二十世紀三十年代「新木刻版畫運動」中盛行的左派版畫概念進行創作，以隨手可得的木板充當臨時版材，展現當下的意識型態與社會狀態。
Tekkhean Lee, nicknamed Xiaoji, a native of Lenggong, Perak, Malaysia. He completed higher education in Taiwan. He graduated from the Department of Fine Arts in National Taiwan Normal University and the graduate school in National Taipei University of the Arts. He is currently studying in the doctoral program of National Taiwan University of Arts
For long a period of time, Lee has been studying "woodcut prints", an art form that combines labor and concentration. In 2020, he transformed this art form into an artistic struggle.
Xiaoji (李迪權 a.k.a. Tekkhean Lee) visited Hong Kong during the demonstrations. He brought back an important series of woodcuts, made urgently, in the manner of the “Leftwing Prints” during the New Woodcut Movement of the 1930s, which brought together engravers, experts in the art of making dark and expressive images on makeshift wooden boards, with the means at hand, in the urgency of the revolution and illustrating the ideology in progress. Xiaoji followed their path, in accordance with the aesthetic ideal of Lu Xun (魯迅).