As we move to an industrial age, new infrastructure and buildings are rapidly transitioning pure countryside to modern city landscape. Over the past year, my grandparents were forced to relocate from a place they called home for three decades. Within this project, I document the relocation process and the landscape transformation as the old houses are pulled down into complete emptiness, and the land is primed for new high-rise construction. I aim to record enough memories of my hometown before they fade away. Memory is fragile, like the broken glasses and faded photos abandoned on the ground. But it is also strong, because I am always willing to protect it. I want to write them into a diary through the language of photography. Even as palimpsests, buried beneath layers of new industry and modern narratives, the histories of the foundation will continue to exist. We will continue to exist.