The Philippines' topographic landscape varies completely with Mt. Apo as the highest point at 2,954 m/9,692 ft elevation and The Galathea Depth that is 10,540 meters deep. This topographic data not only affects that of the environmental contrast within the country but as well as the cultural disparity across regions. As reflected in Celine Lee's works, creative expression varies and each layer once pulled apart, varies in meaning from one person to another. Each layer has a story, and the depth marked on one layer is a meaning cast on another.