Are we living in a black and white world? Can we just embrace the diversity in our life and let everybody lives a colourful life?
Based on true stories.
Sze-ching is a girl who is not a fan of typical feminine clothing, she has achieved her dream to be a music teacher. Yet, the school principal is giving her some troubles because of the way she dresses herself.
Lap-bong, an image-design intern, is struggling with his job since his boss wants him to hide his sexuality and to behave less masculine...How would Sze-ching and Lap-bong handle these drawbacks? Could they stay true to themselves? Or would they compromise to make some changes to fullfill the social norms so that they could continue to pursue their dream jobs? What is your option if you were them? We are so used to judge someone by their appearances in our daily lives. Are we actually underestimating someone’s abilities because of the social stereotypes? Are the social norms unbreakable?