2007 was the second year of my teaching career. With those fourth-graders whom we had known each other for more than one year, we accomplished the solo exhibition project A Composition: In Our Class together. The idea originated from my first year when I was the mentor teacher of a fifth grade class. The students were older and they thought more like an adult, so it made me come up with the idea to further develop the concept of “Words Ⅱ,” in my solo exhibition in 2007. I was curious about what might happen when the same concept was applied to students in different grades, or even to different students. It was the first time in my artistic career that I tried to develop a previous idea in a similar work. However, I expanded the presence of “texts” in The Visible Text by including words with positive and negative meaning, not just “words with meanings.” The work was thus given a greater diversity as it was closer to the students’ qualities and their ways of thinking. In the exhibition, viewers were allowed to tear off the texts and to rearrange them into an article with or without meaning.