Huang Cheng Dong (Sun Hong Lei) accompanies his son Xiao Dong (Joseph Zeng) to America where Xiao Dong will study. Even though Cheng Dong had planned to return to China after his son settles down, he ends up staying in America as well and tries to help Xiao Dong adapt to the new environment. But chaos begins when Xiao Dong falls in love with his classmate Wu Dan Dan (Jiang Yi Yi), another Chinese foreign student. Through Dan Dan, Cheng Dong gets to know her father’s girlfriend, Lin Sa (Xin Zhi Lei), and when school bullying becomes an issue, Chen Dong and Lin Sa work together to solve the problem.
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.
Xiang Zhen (Zheng Shuang), Qian Bei Bei (Gai Yue Xi), Ding Lan (Xu Yue), Jin Xiao Ni (Chen Xiao Yun) and Yu Hui (Wang Xiu Zhu) are five young women with completely different personalities who got to know each other in university and became best friends. After graduation, they all stay in Beijing and struggle to find their place in society. They often hit a wall, fail the graduate studies entrance exam, get caught in a pyramid scheme, lose their job, lose their love, fail in doing business or are forced to return home by their parents. Nevertheless, the young women stay friends through thick and thin and fight together for their future.
Memories of Peking depicts the lives of ordinary people in old Beijing. The drama opens in 1947 when pickles shop owner Yan Zhen Sheng (He Bing) makes the big decision to take a second wife in order to carry on the family line. Even though he and new bride Mu Chun Hua (Wang Ou) don’t have feelings for each other, their relationship deepens over time. When the New Marriage Law that allows women to seek divorce is passed in 1950, Zheng Sheng and Chun Hua dissolve their marriage. Nevertheless, Zheng Sheng, Chun Hua and Zheng Sheng’s first wife Lin Cui Qing (Liu Bei) continue to support each other through thick and thin.
My True Friend tells the story of two rookie real estate agents, Cheng Zhen Zhen (Angelababy) and Shao Peng Cheng (Deng Lun), who are assigned to work together. Zhen Zhen is sincere and devoted while Peng Cheng is a rich playboy who hides that he’s in fact the son of the agency’s CEO. Not only are their personalities contradicting, but the way they deal with their work is completely different as well. Trough work, the two get to know the world-renowned interior designer Jing Ran (Zhu Yi Long), a cold and taciturn man, as well as his mother Bai Ya Ru (Xu Di). Over time, Zhen Zhen and Peng Cheng begin to grasp the importance of home and learn how to work together successfully.
University professor Li Liang (Zhang Yi) leads a tranquil life until his biological father Li Yi Sheng (Zhang Guo Li) suddenly appears at an autograph event for Li Liang’s new book. Li Liang and his sister Li Nan (Pan Chen), who were raised by their stepfather Li Dong Shan (Li Jian Yi), refuse to acknowledge Yi Sheng as their father. But Dong Shan doesn’t blame them and tries hard to participate in their lives – only to end up creating a mess every time.
Song Yun Hui (Wang Kai) is a smart lad who was often discriminated against due to his background (his father worked as a doctor for the Kuomintang), but took advantage of the reinstitution of the university entrance exams. He starts working at a state-owned enterprise and slowly climbed his way to the top (including by marrying the factory owner’s daughter), but began to lose himself in the changing times. His brother-in-law Lei Dong Bao (Yang Shuo) comes from a rural village, and is always the first to respond to the latest trends in farming. He spearheaded village projects from setting up electricity to building factories, but is often set back by his short-sightedness and impulses. From roaming the streets to sell bread to running a successful private company, Yang Xun (Dong Zi Jian) had to fight tooth and nail to where he is. The rapid growth of science and technology eventually allowed him to become part of China’s first group of successful entrepreneurs. However, even as he’s reached the upper echelons of society, Yang Xun still plays by street rules, causing major rifts between him and his business partner.
Towards the end of the 1980s, the young Beijinger Zhang Bao Qing (Karry Wang) goes to the Eagle Village to look for medicine for his teacher. There he finds an old map by chance. Together with a group of young geologists, he embarks on an adventure and explores mysteries.
The drama will revolve around the romance between young white-collar worker Lin Qian (Zhao Li Ying) and former military officer turned CEO Li Zhicheng (Jin Han). Lin Qian has the brains and the enthusiasm, but has been unsuccessful in all her ventures so far. Li Zhicheng’s family business is on the verge of bankruptcy, and he returns to the corporate world in an effort to reverse the situation. Lin Qian ends up helping Li Zhicheng revive the company, and they fall in love with each other in the process.
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