Mai and her brother Dwayne were Vietnamese orphans in a refugee camp when an African-American couple adopted them twenty-two years ago. As an adult, Mai has now located their birth mother, from whom they were separated during the war, to bring her to America. Despite the emotional reunion, Dwayne has conflicting feelings about the new arrival in the family. The meeting triggers a series of resentments and misconceptions, forcing the family to re-examine their identities and relationships. This drama is both funny and moving in an emotionally rewarding journey through the tapestry of one group of immigrants searching for what it means to call themselves a family.