Emergency Department Doctors tells the story of the head doctor of the emergency department He Jian Yi (Zhang Jia Yi) and the new Ph.D. advisor, who just returned from America, Jiang Xiao Qi (Wang Luo Dan). At first, these two are wary of each other, but they come to understand each other and rescue not only patients side by side but also themselves in the end.
It’s a story about the eras of the 70s, 80s and 90s; about the rapid development of the great era of love and how to deal with the success and failure of life, self-growth and self-transformation. It’s a drama genre of modern day city life; about singles’ rigid pursuit of love; about the lives of a group of ordinary people. It avoids dramatic negative energy. Instead, it’ll bring forth positive energy to encourage men and women to move positively forward in life and love.
With a strong sense of justice and courage, Liu Zi Guang (William Chan) gathers a group of like-minded men. Due to an incident, he disappears from the world for 8 years, returning to find his dad beat up and admitted to the hospital. After delivering his brand of punishment to the deserved people, the nurses fall for his charms. Upon meeting Hu Rong (Sandra Ma), a 23-year old feisty police woman and the beauty of the bureau with a temper to boot, who is in charge of the case, they butt heads immediately. Doesn’t help that she discovers his involvement with a case from 8 years ago and is determined to uncover more dirt about him.
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.
Mr. Right is the second installment in the Gentlemen series, after To Be A Better Man. The story follows three men as they find their significant other. Jin Dong plays a dentist, who on his free time likes to give advice on how to pursue women. Ironically, he hasn’t been in love before. Maggie Jiang‘s character has been hurt in love before, hence is wary of men. The two individuals clash at a dental visit and continue to war their beliefs against each other, leading to a hilarious love story.
Remake of the 2007 Korean hit drama Coffee Prince: A tomboy is mistaken for a young man, but maintains the deception for the sake of employment in a coffee shop that only hires male workers. The situation gets complicated when her male boss begins to develop feelings for this “boy”.