Logo is a 16-year-old Taiwanese-Burmese girl who dreams of competitive skiing to impress her crush. However, she faces disapproval in Taiwan for wanting to ski as a girl instead of focusing on academics. After encountering setbacks, her parents and mentor rally behind her aspirations. Logo self-learns skiing while working, yet severe anxiety grips her during a competition. Realizing her true passion is simply enjoying skiing, Logo became an instructor in Japan at 18.
In Japan, Logo confronts discrimination as the only young female instructor but remains undeterred. Her mentor discourages instructing, favoring administrative roles. Despite her crush’s wish to bring her back to Taiwan, Logo stays, forging her path. At 20, Logo and her friends established an international ski school in Japan. She looks forward to embracing learning, love, and adventures beyond the resort she helped create.
Logo’s inspirational journey unveils the cultural pressures in Taiwan that prioritize academics over sports. Her determination and courage to carve her unique path testify to her inspiring character.