Young ballet dancer Tong Xi (Ni Ke Xin) moves from the big city back to her hometown village. At school she meets her former childhood friend Lin Nan Yi (Chen He Yi) again, but the two are now at odds with each other. In fact, though, Nan Yi just wants to attract Tong Xi’s attention.
Long Ma (Peng Yu Chang) is a tennis prodigy who garnered four successive victories at the American Junior Tennis Tournament. Like his father, former professional tennis player Long Zheng Nan, Long Ma possesses both top-notch skills and deep passion for the sport. Upon returning to his homeland, he attends the distinguished Youth Academy and quickly secures a spot as a regular member of its famous tennis club after beating out numerous upperclassmen. With each match towards their ultimate goal of winning the nationwide Junior Tennis Championships, Long Ma and his teammates grow as players and as friends.
Bookworm Su Nian Nian (Xing Fei), who every day only thought about getting into one of China’s top universites, gets into a car accident together with another student, Gu Zi Chen (Niu Jun Feng), and misses one of her college entrance exams. As a result, she ends up at a local technical university. Nian Nian despises both her university and her classmates, among whom is also the rebellious rich heir Zi Chen, but takes comfort in the hope that she’ll soon be able to transfer to a better university. Will Nian Nian be able to let go of her prejudices and become friends with everyone?
Veterinary medicine student Lin Xi Chi (Song Yi Ren) and national defense student Xu Fang (Zhang Yao) have been friends since early childhood. The bubbly Xi Chi always pretends to be strong but actually has a lot of insecurities. Although Xu Fang has a bad temper and is impulsive, he treats Xi Chi especially well. In fact, Xu Fang has been secretely in love with Xi Chi for many years, but Xi Chi never noticed. One night, however, when Xi Chi gets drunk, their story takes a turn.
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?
The Mary Academy is the place to go for all girls who love to be pretty. The more beautiful you are, the more power you have; that’s the rule in this place, and it is every girl’s dream to become the strongest in the school. Their weapon for their fight to the top is make-up.
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.
Ordinary high school student Yan Ze (Jiang Zhuo Jun) is secretely in love with her desk-mate Ji Xiao (Chen Xun) who is not only the most handsome boy in school but also a top student. But Yan Ze is neither particularly beautiful nor does she have a particularly good figure, and her grades are only so-so as well. Her best friend and adopted sister Gu Xi Ye (Zhu Dan Ni), however, is the opposite of her, beautiful and an outstanding student. Yan Ze thus can’t help feeling that she will forever be no more than Xi Ye’s shadow. When Yan Ze discovers that her crush might like Xi Ye, her restrained negative emotions towards Xi Ye only become stronger until she explodes. Transfer student He Xin Liang (Ding Yu Xi) sees through Yan Ze and always “miraculously” appears when she’s at her lowest point to cheer her up with his positive personality. Xi Ye, however, is secretely in love with Xin Liang and hates seeing the two become closer and closer. Actually, Xi Ye has always envied Yan Ze for easily getting along with everyone while she has problems blending in because people tend to think she’s arrogant. As it turns out, the two friends both secretely wish to become like the other.
90’s Beijing Fantasy revolves around a group of six students at a middle school in Beijing in the early 1990s. Against expectation, Li Li Li (Meng Qin) doesn’t do well in her middle school entrance exam and thus has to attend a third-class school, which she considers as her death penalty. Luckily, her childhood friend Wang Bo (Jiao Rui) ends up at the same school and becomes her sole comfort. But Li Li has to discover that hooligan Zhao Lei (Zhu Jia Qi), with whom she had an unhappy encounter before, is also in her class. Zhao Lei is set to take revenge against Li Li, but Li Li doesn’t concede and strikes back.
A story revolving around two students, Sheng Huai Nan (Hu Yi Tian) and Luo Zhi (Hu Bing Qing), who immediately hit it off when they meet in university, but a message from an ex complicates things. Furthermore, Huai Nan discovers that Luo Zhi has been harboring a secret crush on him since their younger days. Luo Zhi has been caught in a one-sided love with Huai Nan for over ten years as she acts in a monodrama of her own creation. Her feelings towards Huai Nan are complicated, fueled by an honest admiration for his excellence but also tainted with jealousy and hatred. While following Huai Nan, Luo Zhi is also admitted to the best university. Her one-sided love finally gets a new chapter when the two start getting close to each other, but reality hits hard and they undergo many trials.