Please tell us a little about yourself.
I'm from China. I was born in a small place called Lishui, Nanjing. My first degree is Education, but after graduation, I worked for a website for nearly half a year. In July 2005, I came to the UK. Now I'm studying MA International Journalism in Cardiff University.
What's your story about?
It's dedicated to my father and how his death has changed my attitude to life.
Why did you choose to tell this particular story?
After my dad died, my mum asked my sister and me to destroy all dad's pictures as she didn't want those pictures remind her dad. My sister's words have still impressed me, "no, we can't do that. We still need to remember dad." Then she said to me, "If you could have any chance in the future to write something about dad to memorise him, do it." Now Capture Wales gave me this chance, so I made this film, expressing my love to my dad, and my family.
What did you find most rewarding about the workshop?
Being able to realise my wish of doing something for father and memorising him.