Guardian tells how two brave men do their utmost to restore peace in a world where humans, a human-like species with super powers called “Dixing people” and animal mutants coexist. More and more Dixing people, who live in their own realm deep under the earth, escape to the human realm and raise a ruckus. The chief of the Special Investigation Unit Zhao Yun Lan (Bai Yu) and his team are in charge of investigating all crimes that don’t seem to have been commited by humans. Strangely, a series of cases all involve a biology professor called Shen Wei (Zhu Yi Long), albeit he is never an offender. Zhao Yun Lan becomes more and more curious about this mysterious professor who looks at him with a strange gaze. What he doesn’t know is that Shen Wei has already known him for ten thousand years.
During the tumultuous Warlord Era, Shen Qi Nan (Wallace Huo)’s parents get killed. Qi Nan and his three siblings are separated while fleeing to Shanghai and only reunite as adults. In the meanwhile, Qi Nan has worked his way up from a simple worker to a famous construction manager. He and fellow construction manager Fu Han Jun (Yang Mi) join hands to build houses for the common people while incorporating traditional Chinese elements.
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?
Labeled as the second season of the 2017 hit drama “Because of You”, Nice to Meet You tells the love story of Gao Jie (Janice Man), an aspiring jewelry designer, and Yu Zhi (Zhang Ming En), the heir to a large jeweler. Gao Jie first meets Yu Zhi when she travels to South America and the two quickly develop romantic feelings for each other. Back in China, Gao Jie’s career comes to a dead end, and Gao Jie eventually enters Yu Zhi’s company Shengfeng in order to continue her dream of becoming an accomplished jewelry designer. Shengfeng used to be a well-known Chinese brand, but its importance on the market is slowly diminishing since Western brands are on the rise. Yu Zhi thus decides to break with old traditions and focuses on creating Western designs in order to save the company. Gao Jie, however, discovers the beauty of traditional Chinese jewelry and becomes determined to create a new style that blends Western and traditional Chinese design. The biggest hindrance to Gao Jie and Yu Zhi’s plans turns out to be a family member, though. Will Gao Jie and Yu Zhi be able to withstand all challenges and successfully revive Shengfeng?
At the beginning of the 20th century, Weng Quan Hai (Chen Bao Guo), a descendant of the famous ‘Menghe Medical School’, draws on the strengths of all the medical schools to protect and develop Traditional Chinese Medicine. He leaves his hometown for Shanghai to embark on his inherited career. After some turbulent twists and turns, he eventually becomes a famous doctor in Shanghai with noble medical ethics and exquisite medical skills. His celebrated path takes a severe turn when in 1929, the National Government passes a Repeal Act on Traditional Chinese Medicine. Weng Quan Hai, furious about this legislative ban is subsequently elected as the representative of all Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctors to protest the Act. His reputation and fame grow even further. But transformation is ever present. Facing the fall of Shanghai, Weng Quan Hai actively participates in the anti-Japanese war, making ever greater contribution to the protection of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
My True Friend tells the story of two rookie real estate agents, Cheng Zhen Zhen (Angelababy) and Shao Peng Cheng (Deng Lun), who are assigned to work together. Zhen Zhen is sincere and devoted while Peng Cheng is a rich playboy who hides that he’s in fact the son of the agency’s CEO. Not only are their personalities contradicting, but the way they deal with their work is completely different as well. Trough work, the two get to know the world-renowned interior designer Jing Ran (Zhu Yi Long), a cold and taciturn man, as well as his mother Bai Ya Ru (Xu Di). Over time, Zhen Zhen and Peng Cheng begin to grasp the importance of home and learn how to work together successfully.
After “Sparrow”, Insects Awaken is the next novel by Hai Fei to be made into a drama with the same team behind. The story is set in 1941 when Shanghai falls into the hands of the enemy. Street hoodlum Chen Shan (Zhang Ruo Yun), who looks confusingly similar to military special agent Xiao Zheng Guo, catches the eye of Japanese special agent Huang Mu Wei (Wang Long Zheng). Mu Wei abducts Chen Shan’s sister Chen Xia (Luo Qiu Yun) and forces Chen Shan to work as a spy for the Japanese. In order to save his sister, Chen Shan agrees to go through a special training and subsequently pretends to be Zheng Guo. He goes to Chongqing and lives together with Zheng Guo’s wife Yu Xiao Wan (Adi Kan). In Chongqing, he meets Zhang Li (Wang Ou), who is an underground member of the Communist Party hiding in the army, and falls in love at first sight. Thanks to Zhang Li, Chen Shan comes to understand about his responsibility as a Chinese citizen and eventually joins the Communist Party. While working hard to break free from the control of the Japanese as well as the military and save his sister, Chen Shan also fights alongside Zhang Li and other members to lead the Party to victory.
No Secrets is a remake of the 2013 Korean hit drama “I Hear Your Voice”. It tells the love story of a genius lawyer and a young man who can read people’s minds.