On working days, the Filipino helpers need to do a lot of work and almost have no leisure. They rarely take a day off on Sunday, and they can’t afford the high expense of going to the restaurant, so they usually gather at public places like Queen‘s Plaza and Chater Garden in Central. But when passing by them, it makes people think about their identity and existence in HK. Will they be marginalized or ignored in Hong Kong society? This project is to provide people with the opportunities to embrace, share art and love with the helpers.