[Finished Airing] Pushing Hands

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.
(Source: Mydramalist)

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[Finished Airing] All Is Well

All seems well for the Su family until Mother Su dies and suppressed issues come to light one after another. Finally freed from his tyrannic wife, father Su Da Qiang (Ni Da Hong) has to rethink how he wants to spend the rest of his life. The selfish and narrow-minded old man consequently begins to disturb the peaceful lives of his three grown-up children by continuously making excessive requests. Oldest son Su Ming Zhe (Gao Xin) returns from America in order to lend a helping hand, yet ends up causing a rift in his own family under the heavy burden. Second son Su Ming Cheng (Guo Jing Fei) is a spoiled brat who got used to living off his parents. He is obsessed with getting rich and doesn’t flinch from doing risky moves that could ruin his whole family in order to achieve his goal. Daugther and youngest child Su Ming Yi (Yao Chen) was never favoured by her parents due to being a girl, and therefore cut all family ties when she turned 18. But now that her family is in trouble, she decides to help after all, and has to live through her traumatic childhood once again. Will this deeply damaged family still be able to overcome all issues and find together in the end?

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[Finished Airing] Unbeatable You

Top sales agent Liu Ai (Ma Li) strives hard to make a living in the big city. In fact, she and her husband Yang Guang (Pan Yue Ming), who works as a designer, have a simple dream: to earn enough money to raise children and move to a better home. But when the end of the year is nearing, Liu Ai’s boss unexpectedly doesn’t fulfill his promise to her. In a fit of anger, Liu Ai decides to quit. At the same time, Yang Guang also encounters trouble at work. But with the help of friends, the two stand up again and Liu Ai eventually decides to found her own small company.

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[Currently Airing] If Paris Downcast (Web Drama)

In order to help her boyfriend through his company’s crisis, lawyer Ruan Man Jun (Adi Kan) acts on an impulse and breaks the law. She looses her lawyer license and has to serve time in prison as a consequence. On top of that, her boyfriend marries someone else right on the day she is released. During this dark time, the devastated Man Jun meets Tong Zhuo Yao (Zhang Han) who has equally been deeply hurt by love. Zhuo Yao has a successful business and thus offers his help to the jobless Man Jun. Man Jun, however, declines and decides to start from scratch as a delivery worker. Zhuo Yao sees how hardworking she is and falls for her strong and independent personality.

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[Upcoming] Reflection of Lion on Lazy Cat

They couldn’t be any more different: Mu Wan Qing (Yang Zi Shan), the “lion”, is a cold but successful CEO while Liu Qing (Zhu Ya Wen), the “lazy cat”, is a former special forces soldier who is now idling around. The two meet each other for the first time at their own wedding and don’t get along. However, while getting through several crises that hit Wan Qing, the couple gradually learns to support and eventually love each other.

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[Upcoming] Under the Power

The story is set during the Ming dynasty. Female police officer Yuan Jin Xia (Tan Song Yun) receives the order to help the fierce embroidered uniform guard (imperial secret police) Lu Yi (Allen Ren) solve a case in Yangzhou. The two can’t seem to get along at first, but through the hardships they have to endure together, they learn to rely on each other. When they finally become lovers, however, the ill-fated story of their families is brought to light.

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[Currently Airing] Retourner le Monde à Toi

Chen Yi En (Gülnezer Bextiyar) and her boyfriend Ye Qi Lei (Yang Shuo) together set up their own business right after graduating from university. However, they have to learn that the business world is competitive and cruel. In the end, his rival causes Qi Lei’s “death by accident”. Instead of falling apart, Yi En becomes only stronger and takes on the heavy burden of leading the company alone, eventually making a famous fashion brand out of it. At the same time, she continues to track down Qi Lei’s whereabouts. Qi Lei actually didn’t die, someone saved him, but because of the seriousness of his wounds, he had to undergo plastic surgery and now recovers overseas. When Qi Lei returns to China to find out the truth behind his accident, he becomes the chairman of a fashion enterprise and goes by the name “Lu Zhun”. He and Yi En meet again as competitors, but eventually fall in love with each other again. However, things get complicated when Yi En’s childhood friend Qin Ye (Jeremy Tsui), who has been pursuing her, enters the picture and Yi En’s best friend Cen Wei (Sarah Zhao) falls for the handsome Lu Zhun.

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