The heir of the Qingyang tribe from the Northern continent, Lü Gui Chen (Liu Hao Ran), is sent to the Eastern continent to be held as a hostage. There he gets to know Ji Ye (Chen Ruo Xuan), who is only half royality and doesn’t receive any love from his father, as well as Yu Ran (Lareina Song), the refuge seeking princess of the Bird tribe. The three youths support each other through all hardships that come their way, which results in a deep friendship.
Huang Cheng Dong (Sun Hong Lei) accompanies his son Xiao Dong (Joseph Zeng) to America where Xiao Dong will study. Even though Cheng Dong had planned to return to China after his son settles down, he ends up staying in America as well and tries to help Xiao Dong adapt to the new environment. But chaos begins when Xiao Dong falls in love with his classmate Wu Dan Dan (Jiang Yi Yi), another Chinese foreign student. Through Dan Dan, Cheng Dong gets to know her father’s girlfriend, Lin Sa (Xin Zhi Lei), and when school bullying becomes an issue, Chen Dong and Lin Sa work together to solve the problem.
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.
The Legends of Chong Er is set during the Spring and Autumn period and tells the story of Duke Wen of Jin (Henry Wang), whose given name was Chong Er. Since he was a child, Chong Er loved reading the Confucian Classics. Because he was modest, studious and kind, many talented people willingly followed him. But a conspiracy forces Chong Er into exile and many years of wandering and escaping assassins follow.
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?
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.
In the spring of 1931, after the Communist Party successfully set up many communication stations in China, they set their sight on Western Europe and assigned two of their agents ”Asthray'” and “Porcelain” to Paris. From there on, the stories of secret deal, hidden betrayal, questionable death, forbidden love, and brotherhood among the military and a prominent family’s members were unraveled.
Hua Bu Qi (Ariel Lin) has been following her uncle and wandering around since she was a child. One day, she meets an admirable swordsman named Lian Yi Ke (Zhang Bin Bin) and falls for him. But Lian Yi Ke is in fact Chen Yu, the only son of the 7th Prince who plans to seize the throne. Any hopes of a life together as a couple are thus dashed. Hua Bu Qi barely escapes death and flees. On top of that, she learns that she is already promised to Dong Fang Shi (Austin Lin), whose grandfather wants to use her because she holds the key to a treasure. Dong Fang Shi, however, falls in love with Hua Bu Qi and tries to avoid harming her in any way.
National Treasure’s Extraordinary Journey is labeled as the second season of the highly popular 2016 drama “Impossible Mission”. The drama tells of real happenings after the “Mukden Incident” on September 18, 1931. Due to the Japanese invasion in the North, Kuomintang officer Ren Hong Yi (Liu Ye), curator and conservator Zhou Ruo Si (Yuan Shan Shan), who works at the Palace Museum, and others take the treasures from the Forbidden City and travel to the South on a mission to protect China’s cultural roots. “As long as the cultural roots are there, China won’t die.”