The title is a reference to the phrase imbedded in the sculpture in the second image.
生嚿叉燒好過生你 is a idiom used in Cantonese slang, a phrase that mothers use to scold their children with.
These series of wooden relics are all imbedded with curious phrases like the above; these two sculptures are just two of the many out there.
Definition: missing a nerve, describing someone as idiotic or insensitive to the situation.
Definition: It is better to give birth to barbecue pork than to you, meaning the person is useless.
Definition: Take the other person's life while they are ill, meaning take advantage of the other person when they are at their worst.
Definition: Collecting skin, meaning shut up.
These rather insulting phrases are meant to be provocative, contrasting the jewelry-like decorations of the wood. They are meant to be worn on the face, in a way the objects spell out what we don’t dare to say, out loud.