Children in the To Kwa Wan public playground said that there should have a see-saw. So the artist connected many small recycled wooden boards
with screws, and connected them to form a long wooden strip. The climbing facility in the playground was also used as part of the see-saw structure; the wood
blocks can be bent on both sides because of the increased length.
The works were produced in the public
playground of To Kwa Wan. Artist explored the on-site facility, and tried to turn the limitation of space and materials into a
production method. She produced an abstract form of facilities which was connecting to the real environment. The work was presented in the community art project “Play Depot”. This project which organized by "Kai Tak", which is an open-for-all playground based in To Kwa Wan. Through “play”, the project unlocks people’s inner creative genius and imagination.