Man Suk works in a bookstore. He is very familiar with the bookstore and is always the point of reference for his colleagues. His eldest son is returning to Hong Kong for good and he is very excited. His wife is a typical housewives who sometimes spends her time on the stock markets.
Man Suk received a phone call from the furniture shop. The bed he ordered for his son could not be delivered on time to him. Man Suk and his wife went to the furniture shop to beg and negotiate with the owner. Luckily there was a spare bed that Man Suk could get first but he has to assemble the bed on his own. Man Suk thought he could do it but he needs several attempts before he was successful.
They are also your typical Asian parents who cooks up a feast for their children. Man Suk's daughter (also youngest child), Mei, informed her parents that her second brother, Ching, (who resides in US) will also spend a few days in Hong Kong. Ching is on a business trip in Singapore and will stopped by Hong Kong. He knew that his elder brother is returning so he took a few days of leave for some family time.
Man Suk borrowed a van from one of his friends so he could pick both his sons up from the airport. On the way to the airport, Man Suk reprimanded Mei for causing them to leave the house late. As he was not focused while driving, Man Suk took the wrong turning and ended up in Yuen Long. At this point, both his sons, Ming (eldest son) and Ching (second son) have already arrived and met up.
After waiting for sometime, Ching called Man Suk to ask for their whereabouts. Man Suk told Ching that he is lost in Yuen Long. Ching quickly took out his laptop and searched for a map online. With the help of Ching (who referred to the map online), Man Suk successfully navigate his way out of Yuen Long and make his way to the airport.
During dinner, Ching mentioned that as he is on leave, his company will not be paying for his accommodation at a hotel. Instead, he is forking out money from his own pocket to pay. Man Suk and Yuk take the opportunity to convince Ching to stay at home instead of the hotel. Seeing his parents and siblings so happy, Ching agreed.
Ching's US employer offered him 50% increment if he extends his contract with them but Ching is still considering the offer. He will stay in Hong Kong for 2 weeks and his friends offer to show him around Hong Kong. Ming also met up with his friends from school. His friends recommend a few job options to him but Ming is still thinking about what he wants to do.
One of Ming's friend, Keong, runs a business selling second hand goods. Keong invite Ming to be one of his business partners and bring Ming to the store to have a look. Keong has a toilet emergency and left Ming at the store where Min tried to bring in more customers. At the same time, a few police officers arrived and claimed that the store sells fake goods and wants to arrest Ming.
Ching went to the police station and bailed Ming out. Man Suk met up with them outside the police station. Ming explained to the police that he just returned from Maldives the day before so he could not have been part of the illegal business. Man Suk is worried but Ming assured him that the police will investigate thoroughly.
Ming decided to sign up for a few courses before looking for a job. He also wants to apply for a taxi license. Ming plans to sign up for a mandarin course which is at a shopping mall. At the mall he saw Keong and decided to chase him. But while running, Keong crashed into a stall which sells miniature clay models. The stall owner, Chung, demands that Ming pays for the damages. She also discovered that her PDA is missing. Ming refuses to pay and insist that he did not steal her PDA. As both could not reach a solution, Chung make a police report and once again, Ming ends up at the police station.
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