Rugby athlete Ah Ho had been suffering from his deteriorating hearing, which had continuously made his performance on the pitch go downhill. He had lost all his self-confidence, even his role as a core member in the rugby team was at risk. Since Ah Ho had always been thinking highly of himself while he did not want to be spurned in the end, he volunteered to leave the team which he had joined for years. Ah Ho finally joins a team which is neither of greater popularity nor larger scale than his previous team. He hopes his key role in the team can remain while his self-value which he has always been proud of can be maintained. Ah Ho has been prejudiced against the several deaf players in the new team, regarding them as “extras”. He feels like he is stuck like a beached whale having them as teammates. He thinks that they are a real pain in the neck as they have never felt ashamed for being deaf. Instead, they are proud of their disability. It is like forcing Ah Ho to expose his problem which he has been trying to avoid for a long time. However, Ah Ho’s impressions of them do change after he gradually has the chance to get in touch with them to understand their inner worlds and to feel their self-confidence as well as their passion for rugby. Through this, Ah Ho has found the true beauty of his deaf fellows and himself. At last, Ah Ho meets his old teammates on the pitch again. Yet, he has turned over a new leaf. He is now filled with confidence in himself and full of hope towards the future. And the old, restless Ah Ho has stayed in the past.