A 23-year-old Chinese girl opens an online shore selling “the rest of her life.” In her own words posted on the website: “It’s your right to arrange my life, and it’s my duty to serve you. I’ll fulfill your wishes. I’ll take pictures of the process and put them on my website so all people will know how I live with your arrangements.”
The price for her life? $1 dollar for 8 minutes, $3 dollars for an hour, and $15 for a day. Watch as she undertakes a myriad of requests – from bringing cat food to an old lady who takes care of 200 vagrant cats, to collecting 100 pictures of 100 smiling men for a girl’s birthday.
From the day she opened her online store, she has been living two separate lives – one is her reality, the other, her virtual world.
An intriguing look at how the technology is changing the way we live.