[Finished Airing] Lost In 1949

1949, New Year’s Eve. Just when Qiao Zhi Cai (Chen Kun) is about to carry out his plan to break out of prison, he suddenly gets released. Carrying a leather suitcase, he sets off to find the one who framed him back then. At the train station, he bumps into Huang Li Wen (Wan Qian), who is in mourning over her deceased husband. The two mistakenly take each others suitcase, but in Li Wen’s suitcase is an important transmitter that needs to be brought to an underground organization of the communist party. Later, they end up meeting again and fight together for the country and their party, falling in love with each other along the way. This is Chen Kun’s comeback drama after being absent from the TV for nine years. The team behind this drama equally took nine years to prepare the drama.

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[Finished Airing] Speed

The story follows a racing genius (Elvis Han) who goes against his father’s wishes and participates in the black market of car racing, hoping to prove his talents. During his journey he meets friends and rivals, and a love interest in international student played by Xu Lu. The dangers of life run parallel to the dangers on the racing field, and when one death breaks up the team, how will they move on?
(Source: AVirtualVoyage)

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[Finished Airing] Age of Legends

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.
(Source: AVirtualVoyage)

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[Finished Airing] The First Half of My Life

Thirty-seven year old Luo Zi Jun (Ma Yi Li) leads a peaceful life as a housewife, yet is unaware of the cracks in her marriage. She is taken aback when her husband (Lei Jia Yin) asks for a divorce, and is unsuccessful in her attempts to save their relationship. After an initial period of denial, Zi Jun heads back into the workforce with the help of best friend Tang Jing (Yuan Quan) and her boyfriend He Han (Jin Dong). Tang Jing is an independent, career-oriented woman, and the way she deals with He Han’s romantic affections for Zi Jun will also be a major plot point in the drama.
(Source: Cfensi)

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[Finished Airing] Entrepreneurial Age

Guo Xin Nian (Huang Xuan) is a programmer who suddenly has a light bulb moment and becomes determined to create a mobile app that converts text messages into voice recordings before they are delivered. With the help of angel investors, loyal friends and investment analyst Na Lan (Angelababy), the new app soon becomes a hit with mobile users. However, Guo Xin Nian is ill-prepared for the competitive app development market and suffers several setbacks at the hands of competitors. With the help of friend-turned-lover Na Lan, Guo Xin Nian is eventually able to learn from his mistakes and start afresh as a true entrepreneur.
(Source: Cfensi)

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