In order to help her boyfriend through his company’s crisis, lawyer Ruan Man Jun (Adi Kan) acts on an impulse and breaks the law. She looses her lawyer license and has to serve time in prison as a consequence. On top of that, her boyfriend marries someone else right on the day she is released. During this dark time, the devastated Man Jun meets Tong Zhuo Yao (Zhang Han) who has equally been deeply hurt by love. Zhuo Yao has a successful business and thus offers his help to the jobless Man Jun. Man Jun, however, declines and decides to start from scratch as a delivery worker. Zhuo Yao sees how hardworking she is and falls for her strong and independent personality.
Adapted from Yan Geling’s novel “Buyu’s Mountain Hostel”, The Years You Were Late follows professional soldier Mu Jian Feng (Huang Xiao Ming)’s life under the influence of the economic reforms. In 1985, the military medical team is asked to assist Company 3 who is currently constructing rail tracks. This is when Mu Jian Feng, Mo Li (Yin Tao), Zhao Yi Qin (Qin Hai Lu), Wen Ting (Fan Zhi Bo) and Wang Jian Yun (Tian Zheng) get to know each other. Several years later, when they all have started a new phase of life, Jian Feng and Mo Li meet again and develop feelings for each other, while Jian Yun and Wen Ting are talking about marriage. However, Wen Ting discovers that she has a hereditary mental illness and leaves Jian Yun. At the same time, Jian Feng decides to leave Mo Li as well due to an inferiority complex. He goes to the seaside to start a business there, where he ends up marrying Yi Qin. And Mo Li also becomes the wife of someone else. Later on, the former companions meet from time to time in Buyu’s Mountain Hostel to recall past times.
To the eyes of the general public, Zhou Xiao Meng (Lai Yu Meng) is the doting younger step sister of mafia leader Zhou Yan Zhao (Dylan Xiong). But never will they be aware of their secret and sexual relationship behind the walls of their mansion. Zhou Xiao Meng’s mother tried to kill Zhou Yan Zhao’s father a few years back, her mother is dead while her step father became paralyzed. Zhou Yan Zhao is filled with vengeance and can only vent his anger on Zhou Xiao Meng, the beautiful younger step sister whom he grew up with. The love he once showered her with was now replaced with his frustration. Will they ever let go of the past and start their life all over again?
Shanghai, 1930s. Shen Shijun, a young engineer, has fallen in love with his colleague, the beautiful Gu Manzhen. He is determined to resist his family’s efforts to match him with his wealthy cousin so that he can marry her. But dark circumstances—a lustful brother-in-law, a treacherous sister, a family secret—force the two young lovers apart. As Manzhen and Shijun go on their separate paths, they lose track of one another, and their lives become filled with feints and schemes, missed connections and tragic misunderstandings. At every turn, societal expectations seem to thwart their prospects for happiness. Still, Manzhen and Shijun dare to hold out hope—however slim—that they might one day meet again. A glamorous, wrenching tale set against the glittering backdrop of an extraordinary city, Half a Lifelong Romance is a beloved classic from one of the essential writers of twentieth-century China.
This drama depicts the hardships and challenges couples in a long-distance relationship have to live through. Professor Fang Zuo (Li Jia Wen) returns from England to his home town, where he meets the 29 years old leftover woman Shi Nan (Zhu Jun Wei) who behaves like a man. Later, he finds out that she’s the one who saved him in a car accident before. The two slowly turn from foes to lovers.
ER 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.
Huo Zhi (Jiang Kai Tong), who grew up in an orphanage, happens to save the rich heir Jiang Cun (Di Tian Lin) when he gets into a car accident. Jiang Cun falls in love at first sight with his savior and tries to pursue her. However, he mistakenly pursues her twin sister Qin Ying Su (Jiang Kai Tong) instead. When Huo Zhi and Ying Su meet and recognize each other, Ying Su pleads her sister to pretend to be her for a while, so that she can treat an illness in secret. Huo Zhi agrees and enters the Jiang household, however, an accident happens and she loses her memory. Thereupon, Huo Zhi turns into her old naive and simple self. Jiang Cun is happy about her character changement and becomes more considerate and loving towards his wife, but what will happen when he discovers the secret?
Cry Me A Sad River tells the love story of childhood friends Yi Yao (Zheng Shuang) and Qi Ming (Ma Tian Yu). Major changements have been made to the original story of the novel which included heavy topics such as rape, teenage pregnancy and suicide. The drama will focus on the feelings between the couple instead.
For My Love tells the story of a family of three generations. Retired Grandma Qi spends most of her time doting on her granddaughter Ting Ting. However, drastic changes in their lives are forthcoming when her daughter and son-in-law announce their divorce and moreover, Ting Ting loses her hearing due to an accident.