Jovi and Jeremy are two post-80s "Hong Kong drifters" (mainland Chinese who came to study or work in Hong Kong) from Jiangsu. Jovi knows that the ability to master Cantonese will help her better communicate, both for study, work or daily life. Jeremy, however, does not pay much attention to learning Cantonese. He states that because many people in Hong Kong can understand Putonghua, as long as he speaks slowly, most people could understand him. A survey has found that Hong Kong drifters who make efforts to learn Cantonese have a higher chance of finding the right job and make friends. | As head of a department at a Chinese bank, Anna has come across many mainland Chinese job candidates in recent years. For better efficiency, she desires that her staff have Cantonese speaking ability so that they can handle both internal as well as external communication. Will Jovi and Jeremy’s ability to speak Cantonese affect their future careers?