After graduating from middle school, Li Da Bao (Shu Yi) directly went looking for a job to support his family since his father died early. Now he’s responsible for repairing the machines in a textile factory. When Zhang Duo Duo (Xu Fan Xi), a performer in a song and dance troupe, goes to a spinning and weaving workshop, her hair gets stuck and Li Da Bao is the one to save her. He accompanies her to the song and dance troupe to report the incident, but accidentally bumps into Duo Duo while she’s changing clothes. To save him from being viewed as a hoodlum, Duo Duo decides to marry Da Bao.
Befitting the 90th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on August 1st, Beijing TV and Zhejiang TV will be broadcasting a drama about the lifes and challenges of soldiers working at the navy.
Against the background of a U-2 surveillance plane of the Kuomintang being shot down by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 1959, Top Secret tells how the air force overcomes all difficulties to protect the territorial air space of the nation.
Anti-Terrorism Special Forces 2 shows how the military defends and safeguards the whole country. This time, the special forces are fighting against a complot involving biochemical weapons among others.
The Eternal Love is set in the fictional Dongyue country where the princes fight for the throne. Due to some mystical force, Qu Tan Er (Liang Jie) develops two different personalities: she occasionally switches from gentle and reserved to uncivilized and bold. She is being offered to the eight prince Mo Lian Cheng (Xing Zhao Lin) for marriage, but Lian Cheng is suspicious of Tan Er’s relationship with the crown prince for whom she once tried to commit suicide. Nonetheless, Tan Er slowly manages to gain his trust with her bold and bubbly personality and the two end up falling deeply in love. However, her other gentle personality is still yearning for the crown prince and wishes to help him become king…
Thirty-seven year old Luo Zi Jun (Ma Yi Li) leads a peaceful life as a housewife, yet is unaware of the cracks in her marriage. She is taken aback when her husband (Lei Jia Yin) asks for a divorce, and is unsuccessful in her attempts to save their relationship. After an initial period of denial, Zi Jun heads back into the workforce with the help of best friend Tang Jing (Yuan Quan) and her boyfriend He Han (Jin Dong). Tang Jing is an independent, career-oriented woman, and the way she deals with He Han’s romantic affections for Zi Jun will also be a major plot point in the drama.
My Year of 1997 depicts the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People’s Republic of China, generally called “the Handover”. It tells how it came to the Handover and also shows the many changes afterwards. Continue reading