When Li Xiao Yu (Li Chen) decides to help casino swindler Qiu Yong Bang (Wang Qian Yuan), his peaceful days come to an abrupt end. Xiao Yu is arrested as the main suspect for harming the casino owner, while his girlfriend Wen Wen (Shi Chun Zi) is abducted by traffickers. Xiao Yu asks Yong Bang to help him rescue Wen Wen, not knowing that the kidnappers are actually Yong Bang’s partners. When he finds out the truth, he becomes a spy working for the police and chases a Chinese tourist bus that was abducted by Yong Bang’s group. Among the abducted people on the bus is surgeon Jian Ni (Ora Yang), a brave woman who will help Xiao Yu during the seven-day chase.
Guardian tells how two brave men do their utmost to restore peace in a world where humans, a human-like species with super powers called “Dixing people” and animal mutants coexist. More and more Dixing people, who live in their own realm deep under the earth, escape to the human realm and raise a ruckus. The chief of the Special Investigation Unit Zhao Yun Lan (Bai Yu) and his team are in charge of investigating all crimes that don’t seem to have been commited by humans. Strangely, a series of cases all involve a biology professor called Shen Wei (Zhu Yi Long), albeit he is never an offender. Zhao Yun Lan becomes more and more curious about this mysterious professor who looks at him with a strange gaze. What he doesn’t know is that Shen Wei has already known him for ten thousand years.
While looking for inspiration, manhua artist Hua Xi Xi (Zheng He Hui Zi) gets to know Huo Zi Ang (Chen Zi You), a football player who had to give up his dream because of an injury. Zi Ang and his best friend Sun Xiu Jie (Leo Yang) had a falling-out because of a misunderstanding, and when Xi Xi helps the two reconcile, they get caught in a love triangle.
In Law We Believe tells of a murder case in which investigators hid proof. The truth behind the incident, which fatally implicated the lives of several people, only starts being uncovered after 17 years.
Freshman Bai Yu (Pan You Cheng) studies Culture Industry Management at Yingli University. He mistakenly attends the new member selection meeting of the debate club and ends up joining the club together with Yi Xiao Xi (Lin Xin Yi) and others. Final-year student Gao Ting Ting (Jiao Na), who dreams of winning the national University Debate Championship, now puts all her hopes on the new team. But the teacher in charge wants to give their practice room away, and in order to keep the room, Ting Ting’s team has to place first in the university’s own debate contest. Will their team of rookies with clashing personalities be able to achieve it?
The story is set in Republican Shanghai when a series of murders throw the city into chaos. While investigating, private detective Chen Yi Ming (Wang Long Zheng) gets to know Zhang Tian Xiao (Ji Ning), the son of the police chief, as well as the beautiful Yao Fei (Gan Lu) who just returned from overseas. The three join hands in order to uncover the big conspiracy behind those murder cases.
Originally a BL story, this drama adaptation focuses on the bromance between former special forces soldier Guo Yang (Yang Shi Ze) and narcotics officer Zhang Chen (Cai Zhi Chen) instead. In order to bring down a drug trafficking organization, Zhang Chen approaches Guo Yang and asks him to become his partner.
When Li Xin Yue (Jing Tian), an ordinary white-collar worker, purchases a painting by a famous artist that costs ten million yuan, the police is alarmed and sends an undercover cop named Jin Xiao Tian (Chen Xiao) to monitor her every steps. Due to a freak combination of factors, Xin Yue and Xiao Tian end up caravanning to Shangri-La. While travelling together, the two gradually develop feelings for each other, but how will Xin Yue react when she learns about Xiao Tian’s true identity?
Mask is based on the 2005 Korean drama “Resurrection”. Set in the 1930s in Shanghai, the drama tells the story of special police officer Xu Ji Fa (Ethan Li) who was separated from his younger twin brother as a child. While uncovering a bizarre case, Ji Fa meets his brother again, and the two learn that their family is entangled in a big conspiracy.
Liu Qing Yang (Jia Nai Liang) is a rich, spoiled playboy. Chen Yi Fan (Wang Ou) is the icy, aloof vice president of a real estate corporation. Despite their differences, they both happen to be motorcycle racing enthusiasts. They find their lives intersecting after Liu Qing Yang saves Chen Yi Fan during a race, where Yi Fan notices that he resembles her former lover, Mei Heng (Jia Nai Liang), who passed away. Soon, Qing Yang and his mother suffer some mishaps and fall into debt. Yi Fan helps him out by offering him a job at her company. When her company is pushed into a corner by its competitors, Liu Qing Yang attempts to save it by seeking guidance from its founder Mei Dao Yuan (Wang Jin Song), who was a genius entrepreneur and Chen Yi Fan’s former professor. Mei Dao Yuan teaches Qing Yang how to apply the principles of the Chinese Taichi known as “pushing hands (tui shou)” in the business world.