After her parents divorced, Qian Xi Xi (Wu Jin Yan) lived with the wealthy Duan family and grew up together with their son Duan Ran (Johnny Huang). Due to their different social status and personalities, the two often clashed. Later on, Xi Xi gets a job in the online streaming industry, and Duan Ran, who believes that this industry has a lot of potential, purchases the company she works at and becomes her new boss.
While looking for inspiration, manhua artist Hua Xi Xi (Zheng He Hui Zi) gets to know Huo Zi Ang (Chen Zi You), a football player who had to give up his dream because of an injury. Zi Ang and his best friend Sun Xiu Jie (Leo Yang) had a falling-out because of a misunderstanding, and when Xi Xi helps the two reconcile, they get caught in a love triangle.
Freshman Bai Yu (Pan You Cheng) studies Culture Industry Management at Yingli University. He mistakenly attends the new member selection meeting of the debate club and ends up joining the club together with Yi Xiao Xi (Lin Xin Yi) and others. Final-year student Gao Ting Ting (Jiao Na), who dreams of winning the national University Debate Championship, now puts all her hopes on the new team. But the teacher in charge wants to give their practice room away, and in order to keep the room, Ting Ting’s team has to place first in the university’s own debate contest. Will their team of rookies with clashing personalities be able to achieve it?
You Are My Destiny is a remake of the 2008 hit Taiwanese drama “Fated to Love You”. Chen Jia Xin (Liang Jie), an unexperienced arts editor, and Wang Xi Yi (Xing Zhao Lin), the overbearing heir to a conglomerate, first meet on a cruise ship to Hungary. They immediately fall for each other and marry shortly after. When Jia Xin gets pregnant, she quits her job in order to become a housewife, but an unexpected miscarriage leaves her deeply hurt. Jia Xin decides to leave her husband and goes to Hungary to further her studies. Will Jia Xin and Xi Yi still have a second chance?
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.
When Li Xin Yue (Jing Tian), an ordinary white-collar worker, purchases a painting by a famous artist that costs ten million yuan, the police is alarmed and sends an undercover cop named Jin Xiao Tian (Chen Xiao) to monitor her every steps. Due to a freak combination of factors, Xin Yue and Xiao Tian end up caravanning to Shangri-La. While travelling together, the two gradually develop feelings for each other, but how will Xin Yue react when she learns about Xiao Tian’s true identity?
Liu Qing Yang (Jia Nai Liang) is a rich, spoiled playboy. Chen Yi Fan (Wang Ou) is the icy, aloof vice president of a real estate corporation. Despite their differences, they both happen to be motorcycle racing enthusiasts. They find their lives intersecting after Liu Qing Yang saves Chen Yi Fan during a race, where Yi Fan notices that he resembles her former lover, Mei Heng (Jia Nai Liang), who passed away. Soon, Qing Yang and his mother suffer some mishaps and fall into debt. Yi Fan helps him out by offering him a job at her company. When her company is pushed into a corner by its competitors, Liu Qing Yang attempts to save it by seeking guidance from its founder Mei Dao Yuan (Wang Jin Song), who was a genius entrepreneur and Chen Yi Fan’s former professor. Mei Dao Yuan teaches Qing Yang how to apply the principles of the Chinese Taichi known as “pushing hands (tui shou)” in the business world.
Let Me Understand Your Language is named after a famous Chinese song that tells of a young man who travels to Xishuangbanna and falls in love with a local lady, but has trouble communicating due to their different languages. Xu Hao Ning (Roy Chiu) lives in Shanghai. When he goes on a trip to Xishuangbanna, he not only falls in love with Yu Bo (Kira Lu), a young woman from the local Dai ethnic group, but also with the Dai culture and way of life. He decides to move there and work for the protection of the rain forest and the animals. However, loving a woman from a different culture turns out to not be easy at all. Will Hao Ning and Yu Bo be able to withstand all challenges that come their way?
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.
My Youth follows a group of friends from their last years in high school to them entering society. Literature enthusiast Su Can Can (Li Jia Qi), the bubbly Xu Mei Li (Xu Meng Yuan), the unruly Lan Tian Ye (Zhao Yi Qin), the gentle Lin Jia Ze (Li Ge Yang) and the melancholic Tao Ya Ting (Wu Shuang Yi) became friends in high school. Each of them has their little secrets and worries while growing up. Together, they laugh and cry and learn about friendship and love.