The New Territories of Hong Kong houses about 800,000 indigenous residents. Among them, the Tang, Man, Liu, Hau, and Pang families, known as the 'Five Great Clans,' make up a larger population and own more land than the other residents. During the Song and Yuan dynasties, these five clans successively migrated from Jiangxi, Fujian, and Guangdong to settle in the New Territories, where they have thrived for generations. After 1898 when the British forced the lease of the New Territories, the 'Five Great Clans' led the local villagers in resistance and fought a six-day war known as the 'Six-Day War' against British rule. Despite enduring a century of colonial rule, the rural areas of the New Territories still retain a solid traditional Chinese culture, becoming a unique cultural landscape in Hong Kong. Through on-site filming and interviews, this documentary introduces the past and present perspectives of the 'Five Great Clans' as representatives of the indigenous people in the New Territories.