Unplanned or planned pregnancy could be difficult for the female migrant workers in Taiwan. When they become the “lost-contact” migrant workers due to various reasons, their children are left in a state of limbo where there is no system to protect them. For more than ten years, Nicole Yang’s foundation, Harmony Home, has been the halfway home for over 700 migrant workers and their children with such problems. The residents call Nicole “Mimi”, which means mother. Mimi is always busy picking up these women, taking care of children, knitting for charity sales, communicating with the government, and even delivering babies. Harmony Home shares love and resources and inspires many people. Despite the criticism of harboring illegal migrants, Nicole still believes in mutual help without distinction.