In terms of materials, it was like shopping at the supermarket. First, they said they would be in charge of poultry and I would be in charge of vegetables and we would meet at the checkout fifteen minutes later. As agreed, we met at the checkout; LOT-EK took one look in my cart and asked, "Why have you only picked cucumbers?" I replied, "Because cucumbers are the only thing I like to eat." Right there and then we had a problem. Our solution was to walk down every aisle together; we even visited the pet aisle although none of us has a pet.
In terms of ideas, it was like putting a jigsaw puzzle together without seeing the picture on the box. LOT-EK picked up a piece and saw a map, I picked up a piece and saw a country house. I picked up a piece and saw a country house. We stopped arguing and decided to finish the puzzle by using our differences, our instinct and our practicality. In the end, the puzzle was neither a country house nor a map. It was a cow.
Text from Fung Collaboratives