From today onwards for twenty days the site of painting and annotation will be shifted from the Hong Kong Quarry Bay Park to the countries in Europe. The first stop was actually the transitional airport at the Paris Charles De Gaule. Though the airport located at the countryside, yet I could only stayed at the restricted area of the waiting lounge. With no time to waste, I took out the artificial watercolor pen drawing a line sketch of the lounge, where passengers began to crowd the area. The architectural structure of the airport was magnificently fabricated by linear metal scaffolding, filling with people travelling inside a see through tunnel. Unlike those familiar morning regulars in the park, passengers wearing weary faces, looking for their routes of destinations anxiously, that nobody bothered to find out what I was doing. Daylight grew gradually; warming up the area both inside and out, while the airplane was parked at the alley ready to carry passengers to their destinations.