Jasmine LEE Ching-hui is currently an assistant professor of the Department of Visual Communication Design at Dayeh University. She has been an independent filmmaker since 1996, when her maternal grandparents moved into a nursing home. Based on her own experiences of care-giving and stories from the nursing home, she created a tetralogy of films entitled “The Realm of Womanhood,” including Where Is My Home (1999), The Ballads of Grandmothers (2003), which won the First Prize in the International Women's Film Festival in Seoul and the Best Individual Achievement Award in the Taipei Film Festival. City of Memories (2007), which won the Best Documentary at the South Taiwan Film Festival, and was selected for competition in the Taiwan International Documentary Film Festival. Money and Honey (2011), which enters documentary competition in the BIFF Wide Angle Section this year.