In Chinese culture, the Lunar New Year is the biggest, most important festival. During LNY, the entire family comes together to reconnect, bond, and celebrate the beginning of the new year. However, amid modern society and changing social norms, the lack of a common ground often causes a generational divide between Chinese youths and their elders. Within this context and within this world, our story unfolds. Along the way, a rift between family members is mended by a simple reminder of what’s important, and a series of powerful undercurrent layers propels the story forward. There’s the broad layer of Chinese culture and tradition. There's the importance of family gatherings to share stories and connect. There are the ongoing and familiar themes of the old mixing with the new.