Dr. LEE Chia-yen’s clinic is closed in the afternoons since the slots are reserved for the worried parents who bring their children to see her. Dr. LEE spends the whole afternoon talking and listening to them. In her eyes, these children are precious and unique. She cannot understand why their teachers and psychiatrists regard them as “patients” with ADHD and must take medicine. Dr. LEE opposes making a diagnosis and prescribing medicine without proper consideration. She advocates that parents, educators, and child psychiatrists should spend more time trying to understand what children need to find the roots of the problems. As a result, Dr. LEE is often seen as an eccentric doctor who is against psychiatry and questions the education system.