The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund tells the story of a common family living in the alleys of old Shanghai from the Cultural Revolution till the days of reform and opening. Du Xin Sheng (Yu Hao Ming) and Yu Pei Pei are classmates who have deep affection for each other. Pei Pei’s grandmother, however, is a professor at the conservatory and denounced as reactionary by the Red Guards. In order to prevent the Red Guards from taking away the precious Italian cello in Pei Pei’s home, Xin Sheng goes to his father who does maintenance work at the bell tower at the Bund and they hide the cello in there. When more and more young people from the city are being sent to the countryside, the Du family’s eldest daughter Xin Fang is determined to follow as well. But when the unmarried Xin Fang gets pregnant in the countryside, the Du family is being confronted with a huge challenge.
Zheng Ding Ding (Kang Ning) and Chen Xun (Justin Zhao) have been a couple for many years. Ding Ding always puts her boyfriend first and even put her dream of designing pet toys aside for him. But when she realizes that Chen Xun still hasn’t forgotten his ex-girlfriend, she decides to finally put an end to this toxic relationship. Veterinarian Ning Wei Jin (Hu Yun Hao) then encourages her to pursue her dream.
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Li Er (Mi Mi) is a 17-year old high-school student with a deaf left ear. She has a crush on the top kid at school (Jacob Hwang) and befriends a rebellious bar girl (Ma Yin Yin) of the same age. Her world takes a turn when the said bar girl is tasked by the boy’s half brother (Zheng Kai) to ruin him. The bar girl accomplishes her mission but at a great price.
Inspired by a legendary folk tale, The Destiny of White Snake tells a heart-wrenching love story between an immortal and a human. She is Bai Yao Yao (Yang Zi), a white snake roaming the mortal realm when she meets Xu Xuan (Allen Ren), the master of the medicinal valley. There is a also second couple pairing between Xiao Qing (Li Man), a green snake whose fate becomes intertwined with a demon catcher named Qi Xiao (Mao Zi Jun).
The story of Sima Yi, a great politician and strategist who lived during the Three Kingdoms era. By his side, Sima Yi has his politically-astute distaff members of his household, and pitted against them are the formidable Cao Cao and his heirs. After defending the Kingdom of Wei from Kongming (Zhuge Liege’s) formidable talents, who will end up with the ultimate power?
Set in the eponymous White Deer Village in Shaanxi Province where the two most important families – Bai (White) and Lu (Deer) – and their sons have always lived together in peace. But the turmoil leads to a fierce struggle for land ownership. A young woman new to the village soon finds herself caught between the two camps. The story of these two families is used as a metaphor for the fate of the Chinese people as first Chinese war lords are overrun by Japanese invaders, then civil war follows hot on the heels of the Second World War and finally the victorious Maoists begin waving their red flags.
It’s hard to date when your face is recognized everywhere. Ye Fan Xing (Qi Wei) is a famous television anchor who is instantly recognized wherever she goes. She has been trying to be the best daughter to her mother after the devastating death of her younger sister in a car accident 10 years ago. Fan Xing is in a secret relationship with successful businessman Xiao Han (Nicky Wu), but they face many challenges to their relationship due to Fan Xing’s fame and other complications brought on by their families. Xiao Han’s nephew, Fu Xia (Ren Yan Kai), falls in love with Fan Xing, only to find out that she is already dating his uncle. Meanwhile, Mi Si Yue (Zuo Hang) becomes Fan Xing’s best friend but is secretly in love with Xiao Han. When Fan Xing learns Si Yue’s true identity, what will happen to her relationship and her family?