There is, however, still much room for change. Lee says that her goal is neither to point a finger at patriarchy nor to focus on the negatives of traditional society. Rather, she believes that with more emphasis on the topic of “caring,” society’s perception of the holidays can move. “For nearly 20 years, women and families were the motif for my work. I don’t want all the positive values of traditional holidays to vanish due to the excessive burden of house chores assigned to women [...] but, I believe a new kind of family bond needs to spread.” Where might we find ourselves ten years from now?