Sean Gilman’s review published on Letterboxd :
I don't know if this is the best romantic comedy of he decade. Hell, it might not even be the best Miriam Yeung romantic comedy of the decade. But it's really good. Building a romance not out of situation, or out of plot, but out of the small encounters, the looks, the (mis-)understandings that make up everyday life, within the rhythms and textures of a lived-in world, an actual city at work, rather than an idealized cinematic space.