Up till now, the annual number of people in Hong Kong travelling to Mainland China has rocketed to 70 million. Going to Mainland China is no longer only for travelling or business trip, some holds the dream to protect the tropical rainforest while some pursues their utopia. Mainland China has become the place to realize the dream of people in Hong Kong.
<b>Flora Cheong-Leen - Leaping From the Dream Stage </b>
If life is a stage, then pursuing her dream as the lead dancer takes up half of her life. Flora Cheong-Leen's failure of being the lead in the Western ballet world made her realize that China might be the place to pursue her dream. The hope to cultivate children in China to be the lead on stage, or even of their lives, keeps Flora moving closer and closer to her goal.
<b>Bosco Chan - The Guardian of the Forest </b>
Rainforest seems to have nothing to do with Hong Kong, this concrete jungle. However, Bosco Chan, a Zoologist and Wildlife Biologist of Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden, chose to sacrifice his time with his daughter and went to Hainan in order to protect China’s last piece of tropical rainforest. His passion to the unique fauna and flora honors him the first person in Hong Kong to be the Special Deputy Station Chief of Yinggeling Nature Reserve.
<b>Lin Chi Ming - The Cherry-blossom Dream*</b>
One coincidence achieves a different life. Being realistic is the tip to survive in Hong Kong but it doesn't work on Ming. After travelling to Lijiang, he decided to close down his own bar in Hong Kong and move there, the heaven on earth to him. Utopia is no more an impossibility. There he found his meaning of life and felt contented with his own family.