Luck has never been with the protagonist, Jia-hua. She is always in trouble, big or small, and has been so for over 20 years. However, whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. After a difficult journey, she finally leaves home for Taipei, where she plans to open a coffee shop with her best friend from college but is betrayed. Her friend runs away with their money. She is kind-hearted, a quality that cannot feed her but is a basic delicacy in the reality of life. With that quality, even when she is unemployed and in debt, Jia-hua chooses to face her own problems, which she doesn’t bring home with her. Knee deep in trouble, she accidentally runs for the village chief in her father’s place. When her old romantic rival tries to make her life difficult, she fights back. Even when she gets emotional, she tries her best to avoid harming someone else’s feelings, creating this fantastic, absurd, interesting, touching and encouraging journey.