When Airbnb first entered China, it had no name — it literally did not even have a Chinese name.
This two-year long research has crystalized into the exhibition “User, Love, High-frequency Trading”.
The girls try to do everything they can to trace Li's whereabouts with the help of modern technology, however in the end it's not really the app but human bonding that gives them the ability to plunge further into a dangerous territory, try to save the girl, and earn a big sum of money - obviously another fine driving force.
To call their relationship a friendship would perhaps be an overstatement, but undoubtedly there are some visible signs of a growing emotional attachment.
It's this practical yet addictive mobile app that brings three schoolgirls together on an unforgettably intense ride through Hong Kong's bottomless underground filled with drugs, sex, thugs, and violence.
Sporting a pink wig, Chiu Wai-ying (Rainky Wai) is a deaf-mute girl who has to earn money through compensated dating; Li Wing-yan (Kabby Hui) is an emotionally unstable posh girl who seems to be interested only in high-end clothes and handsome boys; Wai-wai (Heidi Li) lives with her drug-addicted mother and resourceful little sister, but spends a huge amount of time in the company of teen gang members.