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A sketch on family that will bring you home for dinner
Papa, a watch-maker.
Years ago, on the first day of school, he sent his boy off into the classroom. The child cried his lungs out, as he turned away firmly hiding tears rolling down his cheek. Today, his son and daughter-in-law hand-in-hand, together with him, as they arrived at the elderly’s home. He looked at them longingly; as they turned away firmly with a sigh of relief.
It is about old and young; forgetting and remembering; encounter and departure; it is about Hong Kong and home; it is about you and me.