One of the most influential Chinese families of the 20th Century was the Soong (宋) family through the six offspring of the American-educated, Hakka, Methodist minister Charlie Soong. The three sons, including T.V. Soong, were senior officials in the Republic of China government. The three daughters, Soong Ai-ling (宋蔼龄), Soong Ching-ling (宋庆龄), and Soong May-ling ( 宋美龄), attended Wesleyan College, married well (the latter two to Sun Yat-sen and Chiang Kai-shek, respectively), and became political figures in their own right. This documentary provides a mainland perspective on the three sisters, their lives, and their influence.