Gin gwai


here at night.

Where's Ying Ying?

She went for an operation

this morning.

Dr. Lo preferred that

you stay for two more days...

but because I'll be away on flight

duty for two weeks.

No one will be able

to pick you up then.

It was easier to have you

discharged now.

This way

you and grandma can spend more

time together.

My... it's already 3 p.m.!

Hope this place is easy to find...

...hope we won't be too late

We're only 10 minutes late

for our appointment.

I have to leave for work soon.

I'm sorry.

Dr. Lo just stepped out

for a few minutes.


There he is.

Is my 3 o'clock here?

Yes, they are.

Mun, let's go.

Let me introduce you

to the nature of my work.

From now on,

I am Ms Wong Kar Mun's


Since Ms Wong lost her sight

at the age of two,

her visual vocabulary

is extremely limited,

and she has probably forgotten

most of that.

Lets' say.

Ms Wong, could you please

remove your glasses?

And let your eyes get used

to the light.

Can you tell me what's in my hand?

You'll recognize that

it's a stapler...

...once you touch it.

Because all your previous

knowledge of objects

were based on touch, not on sight.

Now you are no longer blind.

My job is

help you re-establish

how to use your eyes...

and understand what you see.

Actually, I'm not too worried

about that aspect.

What concerns me is your

psychological state.

After regaining sight...

many patients end up feeling

alienated and fearful.

Dr. Lo,

is the other Dr Lo a relative

of yours?

You mean Dr C.T. Lo?

Yes, he's my uncle.

So... what time do you finish

work today?

Ms Wong is my last patient

for the day.

Well... you see, I need to catch

my flight

Can I trouble you to send

Mun home after this?

I see, of course.

After all, starting from today...

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