The intent for the booth was to create a space that reflects Sanders interest in Eastern culture. Sander wanted to create a space that is pleasing to the senses, as well to provide a haven for inner calm, a space where order and geometry is steeped in tradition, symbolism and meaning. Easter and western elements in the garden symbolize both cultures and a sculpture knot represents their tying together. An old timber gateway salvaged from a property in Ontario is mirrored by a lattice screen with a Chinese moon gate. Bamboo behind the Moon Gate symbolizes the Chinese bamboo forest. Chinese calligraphy and painting from a local artist show art from both cultures. The booth won the People’s choice award in the small garden category.