The Emperor of Qi and crown prince Xiao Ding Quan (Luo Jin)’s enemies aren’t few. When the emperor kills Official Lu Ying, he puts the blame on Ding Quan as his death helps Ding Quan pave the way to the throne. In order to avenge her father, Lu Wen Xi (Li Yi Tong) enters the palace under the pseudonym “Ah Bao”. But while testing Ding Quan again and again, she slowly develops feelings for him.
A mysterious package filled with methamphetamine turns Tan Dou Dou (Pan Zhi Lin)’s tranquil life as a white collar worker upside down. The sender is her ex-fiancé Jin Yuan (Luo Jin), who run away seven years ago. Dou Dou wants to bring the package to the police station, but then decides to go look for Jin Yuan instead. Turns out that Jin Yuan is suspected by the police to be involved in drug trafficking and money laundering. Dou Dou, who still harbors feelings for him, is dead set to help him get out of the dark and start afresh. Jin Yuan, however, is actually a spy sent by the police in order to bring down the drug trafficking organization.
The Gods is another adaptation of the 16th century classic novel “Investiture of the Gods”. It is a romanticised retelling of the overthrow of King Zhou, the last ruler of the Shang dynasty, by Ji Fa (Jaco Zhang), who would establish the Zhou dynasty in its place. The story integrates oral and written tales of many Chinese mythological figures who are involved in the struggle as well. These figures include human heroes, immortals and various spirits. Bewitched by his concubine Daji (Wang Li Kun), who is actually a vixen spirit in disguise as a beautiful woman, King Zhou of Shang oppresses his people and persecutes those who oppose him, including his own subjects who dare to speak up to him. Ji Fa (King Wu of Zhou), assisted by his strategist Jiang Ziya (Yu He Wei), rallies an army to overthrow the tyrant and restore peace and order. Throughout the story, battles are waged between the kingdoms of Shang and Zhou, with both sides calling upon various supernatural beings – deities, immortals, demons, spirits, and humans with magical abilities – to aid them in the war. Yuanshi Tianzun bestows upon Jiang Ziya the “Fengshen Bang”, a list that empowers him to invest the gods of Heaven. The heroes of Zhou and some of their fallen enemies from Shang are eventually endowed with heavenly ranking and essentially elevated to their roles as gods.
Media student Bu Xiao Gu (Zhou Dong Yu) has a dream: she is determined to become an outstanding producer. Her idol is Chun Yu Qiao (Luo Jin), who is a top-notch producer at Xintian production company, and Xiao Gu manages to enter the company as an intern. But Yu Qiao’s unreasonable personality makes Xiao Gu feel great disappointment. With her hopes shattered, Xiao Gu is asleep at the wheel and not only causes a live broadcast accident which makes her lose her job, but also misses the deadline for her master thesis. However, Yu Qiao takes on the sole responsibility for the accident and thus saves Xiao Gu’s career. Xiao Gu finally recognizes Yu Qiao’s true personality and the two start to work and fight for their dreams together.
Shu Che (Luo Jin), Xiao Qing (Tiffany Tang), Liao Ying (Amelie Xu) and Ning Ming (Tim Yu) are children from rich households who all go to America, either because their families want them to study there or because of love. There, they become the elite foreign students of their school. Shu Che and Liao Ying were lovers, but their parents forced them to break up. Xiao Qing is different from the others, she is proud of her uncorrupt father and believes that goals should only be achieved through your own hard work. Even when everyone else laughs at her and her mother gets into a car accident, she doesn’t retreat. Little by little, she earns other people’s respect and Shu Che ends up falling in love with her. But when Xiao Qing becomes involved in a corruption scandal, her beliefs are tested as she has to decide between love and justice.
My Story for You is an upcoming modern drama based on the novel written by Tang Jia San Shao, following the author’s own romance with his wife. It’s a touching love story that he hopes will lend the younger generation more confidence in true love, more courage to hold each other’s hand and overcome life’s obstacles. His love spans over a course of 16 years, from when he was an unemployed individual to a successful writer in his own right.