Malaysian-born filmmaker Meng Ong's promising debut is a warm and well-told tale of one recent Chinese immigrant's experiences in New York City. Ah Na (endearing newcomer Amy Ting) arrives in Chinatown after a close brush with death drives her from her provincial Chinese village. She's given a job at Buddha's Happiness, a tiny storefront takeout place operated by stern Mrs. Sum (Sakura Teng, Ting's real-life mother). Mrs. Sum also offers Ah Na a cot in the crowded rooms upstairs that already house her other employees, including childlike May (Yang Liu) and delivery boy Mr. Chung (Ben Wang), an older man who, after years of residence, still feels like an outsider in h...