World’s Best Noodle Soup
A woman’s immense anticipation of a trip to Vietnam affects everything in her life: what she reads, what she eats, even a visit with her grandma.
What I Live For
Marina isn’t bothered that she is blind. But other people just won’t stop feeling sorry for her and treating her differently.
Kindergarten teacher Linda encourages her shy roommate Keith to share about himself and even convinces him to come talk to her students about dormice.
Hedda, an elderly woman, has food delivered and recognizes the delivery man as the young man who had recently tried to mug her.
Clara sees her neighbor through the window at dinner. Even though both stay in their own apartments, they make a special connection.
The Umbrella Run
Asked by his family to have some umbrellas repaired, the young protagonist goes through an embarrassing situation.
The Truant Princess
After many years of non-stop work as a storybook character, Jillian takes a day off. She goes shopping and plays pool.
The Third Eye
A teenager and his grandfather have different opinions about reading on the screen. But it connects them more than they think.
The Red Bar
Radek doesn’t go home after work, but to the red bar. A new place that he likes very much.