The Two Moons
Yu Wai Yan
I am the only child in my family and particularly close to them. My emotions are easily induced when it comes to my parents. When I was studying in UK, seeing the moon was very different from the one in Hong Kong. I realize the way we treat each other is changing with time and place, which makes me doubt the nature of love between us. The eternity of moon reveals a big contrast with this change. I hope audiences standing in two sides looking at the moon with two time zones and listening to our conversation could have their own feelings.