A documentary film about the use of the financial district in Hong Kong, China by the 120,000 –200,000 Filipino domestic workers each Sunday. The film traces their families in the Philippines and examines the legacy of generations of women who leave their children and partners to work in foreign countries. The project seeks to understand the current crisis of capitalism and looks at the re-use and potential re-understandings of central business districts, the corporation, and downtown in Hong Kong; as well as the impact of Hong Kong ‘boom’ on the lives and economies of women from the Philippines.

run time 00:53:00 . There is also a short 00:17:00.