The Princess of Dali Duan Xin Yao (Viola Fang) escapes from a mysterious fire in the palace. Full of curiosity and armed with a strong sense of justice, she embarks on an adventurous journey and solves cases among the people.
Xiao Feng (Peng Xiao Ran) is the beloved ninth princess of Western Liang, who enters into a political marriage with Li Cheng Yin (Chen Xing Xu), the crown prince of the Tang dynasty. The latter has his own favourite concubine, and only agreed to this loveless marriage to secure his position as heir to the throne. It is later revealed that Xiao Feng had met Li Cheng Yin under the alias of Gu Xiao Wu three years ago. He was on a secretive mission to conquer the western kingdoms, and used Xiao Feng to accomplish his goal. After finding out the truth, Xiao Feng jumped into the River of Forgetfulness, and Gu Xiao Wu/ Li Chen Yyin followed suit out of guilt, and perhaps also love. In the present-time, only Xiao Feng has regained her memories, and their heart-wrenching romance begins all over again.
The “knight of time” is a secret agent unknown to the world who protects the order of time and space. After “Agent 007” loses his life, the good-for-nothing salesperson Shangguan Nao (Du Wei Han) is selected as the next knight of time “Agent 008” and immediately thrown into the tunnel of time without even receiving his special training. His task is to eliminate the terror organization “Nine-Headed Rat” who is currently threatening the Ming painter Tang Bo Hu into creating vulgar paintings and thus altering the present, turning it into a vulgar world. Shangguan Nao, however, arrives in the Warring States period by mistake. Unable to enter the tunnel again, he has to take the train of time that stops in every time period before arriving in the Ming dynasty. On his journey, Shangguan Nao makes many mistakes that alter history. When he meets the time connector Xi Zi (Sun Yu), the two join hands as she helps him bring everything back into order again.
The drama follows an ordinary scholar named Yang Ling (Jiang Jin Fu) on his way to become a royal highness of the Ming dynasty. On his wedding day, Yan Ling suddenly falls down and can’t get up anymore. While recovering from his illness, he looks at his new wife Han You Niang (Crystal Yuan) and realizes that he feels ashamed of being poor. He thus decides to sell his field and goes to take the imperial exam. When Yan Ling helps uncovering a murder mystery, he gains recognition from the county magistrate who lets him work as teacher, which allows Yang Ling to prove his worth. On the battlefield, he meets the crown prince Zhu Hou Zhao (Liu Rui Lin) who went undercover and they become partners and friends. Yang Ling will fight alongside Hou Zhao against conspiracies and eventually help him ascend the throne.
Li Mi (Jackson Yi) is the head of Chang’an’s anti-terror department, and is tasked with investigating a group of mysterious Turks who have infiltrated the city. Zhang Xiao Jing (Lei Jia Yin) is a former imperial army officer turned constable who is currently in prison after breaking the law, though is set free because Li Mi believes he is the only person who can solve the mystery. Zhang Xiao Jing’s familiarity with the city’s alleyways and the habits of the Turks leads him to the conclusion that their ultimate goal is to create havoc during the Lantern Festival. Wth less than a day left before the event, the two must race against time to protect the capital and its people.
The young girl Saori (Zheng Shuang) beats all other applicants and is hired as nanny for arrogant superstar Su Da Hao (Itthipat Thanit). But what nobody knows is that she is actually a robot. Da Hao continuously tries to make her leave but fails at every attempt. Things turn complicated when he eventually develops feelings for Saori.
Towards the end of the 1980s, the young Beijinger Zhang Bao Qing (Karry Wang) goes to the Eagle Village to look for medicine for his teacher. There he finds an old map by chance. Together with a group of young geologists, he embarks on an adventure and explores mysteries.
A young woman yearns to learn about her past and finds a story she didn’t expect. Lin Jing Yun (An Yue Xi) is a food critic and food magazine editor based in France. She travels to Shanghai to explore the local cuisines and rediscover her heritage. What she finds is an old family diary belonging to a woman named Duan Tian Ying (An Yue Xi), who lived during 1930s Shanghai. In the diary, Tian Ying talks about her torn feelings between the gentle Xu Xing Cheng (Kevin Chu) and the arrogant Luo Fu Sheng (Zhu Yi Long). However, Hong Lan (Eva Cheng) has a secret crush on Fu Sheng and Duan Tian Ci (Alen Fang) is in love with Tian Ying and will do anything to protect her. What will Jing Yun discover about her own history through this diary?
The current emperor at the time neglects his duties and spends his time playing and frolicking with the ladies. He also has a habit of hunting foxes late at night. With their declining population and innocent deaths rising, the enraged Fox Clan wages a war against the royal family. They reserve a special pearl that boosts power and beauty to the consumer, which is stolen by a pair of sisters (Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao) and split between them. They enter the palace as dancers to fulfill the mission of killing the emperor. But before the sisters could kill the emperor, he’s abruptly assassinated, and the throne goes to Li Han (Vic Zhou).
This Hong Kong-based drama has been made to celebrate Hong Kong’s return to China 20 years ago. The story is about how the Organized Crime and Triad Bureau (OCTB) of the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) discovers an enormous conspiracy involving hundred years of history of Hong Kong’s criminal underworld.