Many Chinese parents go across the border to United States in order to give birth to a child. It is estimated that the number of Chinese nationals’ children born on American soil has reached forty to fifty thousand per year. Superior medical environment, advanced medical technology, and US identity are reasons that attract a large number of people. This program records the in-depth visit of expectant mothers, agents, confinement centers, doctors and hospitals in Los Angeles, giving a comprehensive view of the key factors in the industrial chain. From departing to returning home with the new-born baby, what choices would these mothers face? How would they live their life in the US before delivery? Would American society accept their new citizens? The program provides the answer.