This chapter explains the perspective and interrogates this relationship further by asking how multilingualism contributes to the character of suburbs and what value people assign to their languages and multilingualism more generally. The basic tenet of the discussion in this chapter is that languages are not just present in the space but also construct that space. Most interviewees responded positively to the question, and the student ethnographers also expressed the view that Sydney is a highly multilingual city. One of the key themes which emerged from students' metadiscursive commentaries is that multilingualism creates social harmony and contributes to a welcoming atmosphere. The sign showing local support for Wuhan is an example of the translocal dynamism in the landscape where the local Chinese community expressed their solidarity with the Wuhan community impacted by Covid-19.