As a teenager, Sharon Sunga rejected her parents' Hindu values. Later, she came to hold her Indian heritage in high regard. This appreciation was deepened when she married a non-Indian in a full Punjabi Sikh wedding.
This one-hour film charts East Indian immigration from the early 1900s to the present day. The families profiled relate their immigration experiences, as well as their struggle to integrate themselves economically and socially into Canada. These families also talk about their culture and its traditions, throwing the problems of their emigration to Canada into sharp relief.