The Name Tag Project provides a very pragmatic service. Each nametag contains a name written in English/Chinese/Japanese, plot number, and a color photograph that symbolizes the plot gardener (e.g. their portrait, or their hands holding/pointing at something in their plot of which they are proud); each nametag (approx. 120 plots in the garden) will be displayed on the gate of the corresponding plot. The nametag collection transforms the garden into a space for display and interaction among the gardeners. The ambiguity of the texts and visual images naturally create reasons to interact with one another although the language barriers among the gardeners might be still high. These tags communicate beyond identification; they tell us a story. Projecting a presence of the gardener of each plot, despite their daily absence, will convey a sense of the Garden’s value to those visiting it – whether they come as garden lovers or gallery goers.