Kwak Chung, who was an orphan from birth and born in Chengdu, had polio as a child and had a disability in one leg. He made a living by selling rice cakes to merchants returning from the West, but was ignored by everyone else. On his way home, he found a lamp and decided to rub it to see if he could make money from it. A Genie appeared and promised to grant him three wishes – money, a transformation into a tall and handsome man, and finally to return to the moment before he met the Genie. This marked the beginning of Kwak Chung’s infinite journey of return.