After ten years, fate brings popular celebrity Qiao Jing Jing (Dilraba Dilmurat) and her former high school crush Yu Tu (Yang Yang) together again through an online game. Aerospace engineer Yu Tu, who once rejected Qiao Jing Jing, ends up teaching her how to play the game, and becomes drawn to the bubbly actress. But can these two find a happy ending when they seem to live in such different worlds?
The CCTV New Year’s Gala, also known as Spring Festival Gala or Chunwan (春晚), is not only the biggest TV event of the Chinese New Year, but even has an entry in the Guinness World Records as the most watched TV program worldwide! Around 700 million to one billion viewers tune in every year on Chinese New Year’s Eve to watch the 4-hour-long show that offers a broad variety of acts, including sketches, music and dance performances, acrobatics and martial arts.
Three Lives, Three Worlds, The Pillow Book, another novel by Tang Qi Gong Zi, is set in the same universe as “Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms”. The drama depicts the love story of Bai Feng Jiu (Dilraba Dilmurat) and Dong Hua Dijun (Vengo Gao), that spans 2000 years. Feng Jiu, the queen of Qing Qiu, is the only nine-tailed fox in Qing Qiu and thus being pampered by everyone. She loves to cry and to throw tantrums, but is also persistent and brave. One day, when Feng Jiu is in the mountains for cultivation, a beast attacks her. Luckily, the former Emperor of Heaven Dong Hua passes by at this moment and saves her. To pay the debt of gratitude, Feng Jiu follows Dong Hua who goes to fight the rebelling Demon Lord. Feng Jiu soon realizes that gratitude has turned into love, however, Dong Hua already forgot what love is. In order to keep her save, Dong Hua sends Feng Jiu to the mortal realm, but the guardian he sends together with her unexpectedly dies. While trying to find the immortal fruit that can let her be reborn, Feng Jiu enters the temple of the ghost princess.
Hotel employee Ling Ling Qi (Dilraba Dilmurat) is a sincere, kind girl who’s always happy to lend a hand to others, but she also has low self-esteem, which has severely impacted her life, making her unable to do her best at work and fulfill her dreams. She’s also afraid to express her feelings for her colleague that she’s been harboring a crush on, Bai Hai (Deng Lun). One day, Ling Ling Qi and Bai Hai take part in a company’s high tech experimental bracelet test to improve sleeping patterns. During the test, the bracelet malfunctions, leading Ling Ling Qi’s electro brain waves to be keyed into Bai Hai’s dream sequence, which allowed Ling Ling Qi to enter Bai Hai’s dreams. The drama focuses on how the two characters help each other fix their own personal problems within their dreams and real lifes.
Sincere and lively Ru Ge (Dilraba Dilmurat) is the heir to the Flame Mountain Estate. The dust-covered events of nineteen years ago drew her into a whirlpool. There are three men in Ru Ge’s destiny – dark, aloof and arrogant Feng (Zhang Bin Bin), peaceful and gentle Yu (Liu Rui Lin), and peerlessly graceful and talented Xue (Vic Zhou). A soul-stirring story of love and hate begins.
hGong Sun Li (Dilraba Dilmurat) is the grand-daughter and disciple of military commander Gong Sun Yu. Jing Ke (first disciple, played by Liu Chang) and Sun Li are childhood lovers and were forced to escape when Qin troops attacked. However, Sun Li’s wall-shattering beauty seizes the interest of the Qin Emperor, Ying Zheng (Zhang Bin Bin), and she’s captured and sent to his palace. It’s then that she discovers she’s pregnant with Jing Ke’s child (Tian Ming). Ying Zheng treats him as if he’s his own child. The tragic day arrives when Jing Ke tries to assassinate Ying Zheng and dies trying. Sun Li (known then as Li Ji) also succumbs on the same day, leaving orphan Tian Ming to escape the palace with Han Shen, Jing Ke’s good friend.