Junior Prince of Nanchen Zhou Sheng Chen (Allen Ren) achieved great merits on the battlefields since young age and thus grew up to become a well-respected general, also due to his modesty and loyalty to the country. In order to strengthen their ties, the prestigious Cui family sends Cui Shi Yi (Bai Lu), the only daughter of the house, to Zhou Sheng Chen’s mansion so that she can learn from him. As time passes, romantic feelings begin to bloom between the master and his disciple, but Shi Yi is already promised to the Crown Prince.
Thirty years ago, Qiao Zu Wang (Liu Jun) and his wife welcomed their fifth child into the world. But what should have been a time of rejoicing soon turned into a period of overwhelming grief as Zu Wang’s wife slipped quietly from this world. Now left to raise his five children alone, Zu Wang’s true colors were revealed. Selfish and unfeeling, Zu Wang turned all of his focus inward, leaving his children to fend for themselves. Realizing his father would never be the man he ought to be, the eldest son, Yi Cheng (Bai Yu) voluntarily stepped into the role of caretaker. Fully aware of the fact that they were now on their own, the younger Qiao siblings, Er Qiang (Zhang Wan Yi), San Li, (Mao Xiao Tong), Si Mei (Lareina Song), and Qi Qi (Zhou Yi Ran) came alongside their big brother, willing to do whatever was necessary to keep their family together. Despite overwhelming odds, the Qiao siblings not only survived, but thrived. Now, more than three decades later, the Qiao siblings are each living their own lives, doing their best to turn their personal dreams into reality. Even as they go their own way, the bonds they formed during childhood remain strong as they continue to support each other through the endless challenges of life.
In Tang Dynasty-era China, in the 9th Century CE, the Emperor is locked in a deadly power struggle with a group of formidable eunuchs who wield enormous power at court. He decides to strike back by ordering the death of their ringleader Qiu Shi Liang (He Sheng Ming). But the mission is botched. The eunuchs take revenge by ordering the death of the Emperor’s loyal first minister, along with his entire family. But his twin daughters, later to be known as Cheng Ruo Yun (Zhang Yu Xi) and Qiu Yan Zhi (Xuan Lu), escape. The eunuchs now seize yet more power over the royal court, rendering the Emperor a mere puppet. But the minister’s two daughters have evaded detection – and move off toward very different fates. Yan Zhi becomes part of Qiu Shi Liang’s household, and is secretly hell-bent on revenge. But her sister Ruo Yun has taken the other side, joining a group of military professionals that is enlisted by the new, young Emperor Li Yan (Cheng Yi). The Emperor is determined to rid the palace of the scourge of the eunuchs once and for all, and Ruo Yun pledges her life to help him do that – even if it means throwing herself in the path of danger. The duo starts to form a romantic bond as they get to know one another. But will the Emperor still trust her if he discovers her true identity – and her connection to his mortal foe?
Legend of the Phoenix is set in the fictional Eastern Liang dynasty. Acrobat Ye Ning Zhi (He Hong Shan) and her troupe enter the palace in order to perform for the empress dowager. Ning Zhi is unexpectedly framed by Princess Royal Pang Zhen (Liu Min), but talented strategist Wei Guang (Jeremy Tsui) luckily comes to her rescue, which leads Ning Zhi to fall for him. Two years later, Ning Zhi becomes a palace maid serving the empress (Cao Xi Wen). She witnesses a lot of injustice and decides to stand up against it, which impresses both the empress as well as the emperor (Cui Peng). But with that comes also danger as Ning Zhi is drawn into the power games that not only threaten her but also Wei Guang’s safety.
After falling unconscious, Princess Rong Le (Sophie Zhang) of Western Xi wakes up not remembering anything. In order to form an alliance with Northern Lin, she is to be married to Prince Wu You (Aarif Rahman), but Wu You rejects her. Rong Le thereupon takes on the identity of a teahouse owner named Man Yao and tries to find a mysterious book. Wu You gets to know Man Yao and falls in love with her, not knowing that she is in fact Rong Le. But Rong Le is now already promised to General Fu Chou (Jing Chao).
In order to protect the world from the Bai Yue sect who brings great suffering upon all living beings, the three grand martial arts masters Bai Di (He Zhong Hua), Xue Gu (Wang Jiu Sheng) and Shu Xue Wei (Lu Fang Sheng), who is best known as “Blood Demon”, join forces with the lord of Listening Snow Tower, Xiao Shi Shui (Fu Hong Ming). The head of the Bai Yue sect Hua Lian (Jessica Hsuan), on the other hand, joins hands with High Priest Jia Ruo (Han Cheng Yu). With the help of a holy bell, Hua Lian enters Blood Demon’s mind and makes him kill his wife and then himself. Blood Demon’s daughter Shu Jing Rong (Crystal Yuan) is taken in by Bai Di and grows up together with Xue Gu’s favorite disciple, Xiao Shi Shui’s son Xiao Yi Qing (Qin Jun Jie). When Jing Rong discovers that her existence brings harm to others, she is filled with extreme guilt. She takes the Blood Rose Sword her father left behind and joins Listening Sword Tower which is now led by Yi Qing. Together, they fight against the evil Bai Yue sect and fall in love with each other in the process.
One day, God of War Jiu Chen (Chang Chen), who fell deeply asleep after sealing the demon lord ten thousand years ago, is suddenly awakened by a young girl (Ni Ni)’s mistake. Jiu Chen and the girl, whose name is Ling Xi, develop feelings for each other over time. But soon it is discovered that Ling Xi’s existence can break the seal and free the demon lord, and Jiu Chen is thus urged to kill her.
Mask is based on the 2005 Korean drama “Resurrection”. Set in the 1930s in Shanghai, the drama tells the story of special police officer Xu Ji Fa (Ethan Li) who was separated from his younger twin brother as a child. While uncovering a bizarre case, Ji Fa meets his brother again, and the two learn that their family is entangled in a big conspiracy.
During the reign of Emperor Zhenzong of Song, a group of young talented people with extraordinary skills join the Plough Department and solve mysterious cases together. Tai Sui (Xu Ke) grew up in the countryside. When a crime occurs in his surroundings, he meets Wu Yao Guang (Dai Lu Wa) and Liu Sui Feng (Zhang Yu Jian) who work for the Plough Department and are about the same age as him. Tai Sui follows them and eventually also joins their team. The Plough Department is a special unit under direct supervision of the emperor and operates in secret. After they solve a series of cases together, Tai Sui discovers that there is a big conspiracy behind those cases. Moreover, they’re related to Tai Sui. The Plough Department sets out to uncover the truth.
Qin Zhan (Kenny Kwan) and Yu Chen (Sun Xue Ning), who were accidentally transported into the game world of “Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils”, have successfully unified the world and attained absolute power. Just when they start to get bored, they find out that there exist hundreds of other games in parallel dimensions.