- 35 minutes
A story between a grandpa and his little granddaughter, their home will be cleared out by the government for the sake of constructing a railway route right through their village. It is to pay tribute to those who lost their home in the name of development in a bright tone with backbone. The noise of construction covers the voice of the citizens. The camera follows a grandfather-daughter duo on their visits to the Legco building, previous sites of the Star Ferry and Queen's Pier, and old buildings that are about to be pulled down due to redevelopment. As they lay down Lucky Bamboos at these places, they are sending their care and blessing.