DI Group’s board member Ding Wen Xiao (Jevon Wang) works hard for the company to be listed in order to fulfill his promise to his father. After many years of preparations, he has almost reached his goal. The success of the upcoming fashion show with DI’s chief designer Mu Ling Shan (Lee Hsin Ai)’s creations will decide upon the company’s fate. But things don’t go as planned. Wen Xiao’s life becomes intertwined with dressmaker Yan Xia (Fei Xing) who owns her own little shop named “The Faded Light Years” in a fisher village. With Yan Xia by his side, betrayals and grudges surface and a conspiracy is uncovered. To Wen Xiao, Yan Xia is like the blazing sun who guides him through the haze.
When 17-year-old Lin Yuan (Wendy Zhang) gave her heart to her math teacher, she found only heartbreak. In her whirlwind journey into adulthood, she learned to let go of an impossible love and say goodbye to the friends of her past. Yet she bears the memories of heartbreak, and finds herself unable to love again, until she meets the intellectual Xiao En (Dylan Xiong), another handsome, talented math teacher. Can lightning really strike twice, or is there a deeper mystery? Lin Yuan finds herself entranced by his genius and charms, and drawn deeper and deeper into a new yet familiar romance.
Excellent Investor deals with the distance between dreams and reality and raises the question of how to find yourself. Fang Yu Bin (Yang Xu Wen) is no different from tens of thousands other young men who leave their small town to realize their dreams in the big city and can only rely on their own talents and efforts. Yu Bin becomes the vice-director of investment of Rongding Capital’s Shanghai branch, but is soon drawn into the internal fights between those who occupy high positions. Yu Bin’s hardest phase of life thus begins. He doesn’t give up though and manages to be recognized by his boss Yuan Rui Liang (Chen Long) as well as by the chairman. However, he is soon tempted to make a decision that envolves the betrayal of Rui Liang. Will personal gain or moral integrity be stronger?
Adapted from the Korean hit drama “Dear My Friends”, Dear Them tells the story of a couple of friends who have reached an old age and support each other while trying to let go of all worldly worries. From the perspective of Gu Jia Yi (Jiang Yan), we learn about her mother and her mother’s friends’ lifes and struggles.
To the eyes of the general public, Zhou Xiao Meng (Lai Yu Meng) is the doting younger step sister of mafia leader Zhou Yan Zhao (Dylan Xiong). But never will they be aware of their secret and sexual relationship behind the walls of their mansion. Zhou Xiao Meng’s mother tried to kill Zhou Yan Zhao’s father a few years back, her mother is dead while her step father became paralyzed. Zhou Yan Zhao is filled with vengeance and can only vent his anger on Zhou Xiao Meng, the beautiful younger step sister whom he grew up with. The love he once showered her with was now replaced with his frustration. Will they ever let go of the past and start their life all over again?
Xiang Qian (Yang Shuo) is the son of common workers while Xun Zhao (Liu Tao) is from a literary family. The two fall in love and decide to marry against Xun Zhao’s parents’ wishes. Xiang Qian, who has to rely on his own intelligence and hard work, spends all his time working in order to go up the ladder in a famous investment company. In the meanwhile, Xun Zhao has given up everything to become a housewife after their marriage, but can’t adapt to it. The relationship between Xiang Qian and Xun Zhao deteriorates more and more. When Xun Zhao gets diagnosed with depression, she is afraid of affecting their son Hao Han (Hummer Zhang) and thus decides to leave the family. After their divorce, Xiang Qian fails at work as well and has to pull through his son and himself without any money. Only when he meets Alisa (Gina Jin), he finally faces himself and stands up again. Xun Zhao, on the other hand, wants to start life anew, but coincidentally becomes her ex-husband’s new girlfriend’s assistant.
The two friends Zhang Ruo Chen (Zhao Zhi Wei) and Cheng Zhe Hai (Xu Yang) have a common dream: They want to become part of the national swimming team. In the national swimming championship they end up competing against each other. During the 200 Freestyle, however, Zhe Hai suddenly falls back and thus has no chance of standing on the awards platform anymore. Moreover, he disappears without any word after the match. Ruo Chen is angry for he believes that Zhe Hai let him win on purpose. Two years later, the two former friends unexpectedly meet again at the same sports school, but Ruo Chen is very cold while Zhe Hai seems to have lost any interest in swimming.
In 2010, Cheuk Hoi secretly travels to Bangkok to conduct a drug operation with his undercover agents in Thailand. As they finish their mission and are about to leave Thailand, an explosion causes all of Michael’s undercover agents to die in a sea of fire. At the same time, Michael’s good friend, CIB Inspector Eddie Cheung, is killed for unknown reasons, leaving Michael in charge of a female cop who is not yet officially an undercover. Michael knows that Eddie still has undercover agents whose identities have been deleted. To learn the truth about Eddie’s death, Michael must find all of the undercovers. He and Priscilla begin to search for the undercover agents.
The former reporter Zhan Da Peng (Lin Yong Jian), whose special field were crisis regions, now is a distinguished producer. But when his wife, who works at the same company, separates from him, he loses both his family and job and enters into a life crisis. The newbie at work Chang Ge (Jiang Xin) admires Da Peng and follows him around. In the end, they try to make a new program under simple conditions together and have to deal with many hardships in the process. However, fate strikes again and Da Peng learns that his life is in danger due to a shrapnel in his head that he got on a former trip into a war region. Hence, he focuses on helping his son fulfill his dream of starting his own venture and nurtures his broken relationship with his family. At the same time, he continues working on a new program.
When We Were Young revolves around twins (both played by Zhang Xue Ying). One is raised by an adopted mother and the other is raised in an orphanage. One twist of fate and a lot of bullying leads the orphanage sister to commit suicide but she’s saved by her twin and they switched identity to solve some mysteries within the school.