Can five single, independent career women who live in the Ode to Joy apartment building find fulfillment on their own terms? An Di is a successful business woman who has returned to China after studying in New York to find her younger brother. Qu Xiao Xiao is only 25 but already owns her own small business. Fang Sheng Mei grew up in poverty but has shed her “Princess of the Streets” background to work for a multinational company. Qiu Ying Ying is a 20-year-old small-town girl who is trying to make it in the big city. Guan Ju Er is a 20-year-old from a highly educated family, but she must discover what she wants out of life when enters the workforce for the first time. For these women, there is a man (or two) who is trying to get their attention. Dr. Zhao is a flirtatious, handsome doctor. Qi Dian is the stoic businessman. Wang Bai Chuan is Sheng Mei’s steadfast friend who has always carried a torch for her. Yao Bin is a second-generation chaebol. Tan Zong Ming is An Di’s boss who has been fr
Nation affairs, family affairs and outstanding soldiers In 1925, two brothers Yang Liren and Yang Chanqing successively left their home for Guangzhou to make a living. With the help of his elder sister Chanhua and CPC members Qu En and Qu Xia, Liqing passed the exam to Huangpu Military College. Influenced by communist thoughts and experiencing East Expedition and Northern Expedition, Liqing became an outstanding soldier...
Nan Li is anxious about Huan Huan's decreasing grade, and she realizes the importance of a tuition class. Thus, Huan Huan faces a series of tough and excruciating tuition classes. The entire family revolves around Huan Huan entering high school. After a series of events, Nan Li and Xia Jun Shan finally realized their mistakes, and they plan to give their child a happy childhood.
Da Feng Ge, also known as Da Han Shengshi and Wind Song, is a Chinese television series based on historical events in the early Han Dynasty, beginning with the founding of the dynasty by Emperor Gaozu after his triumph over Xiang Yu, and the events leading to the reign of Emperor Wen. Directed by Huang Jianzhong, the series starred Ray Lui, Wang Ji, Liu Mu, Zhang Guangbei, Chen Wei and Li Qingxiang in the leading roles. It was first broadcast on CCTV-8 in China on 17 December 2011.
Li Lian Hua is a countryside doctor who travels dragging around a lotus tower. He accidentally becomes "famous" and gets pulled into the pugilistic world that he no longer wants to have any connections with.
During the reign of Emperor Wu of Han, Princess Jieyou is sent to Xiyu to act as a form of Heqin. There she must learn to adapt to her new life as well deal with her husbands harem. It is through her efforts that, the Han prevail over the Xiongnu tribe, and Han culture begins to spread throughout Xiyu.
A story revolving around a fresh graduate who holds an idealistic view of what's right and wrong, yet realizes that the very institution he chose to serve falls heavily onto a gray area caught in the struggles during chaotic times. It takes place after the war has been won. Gu Yao Dong who grew up in Shanghai graduates from university. Hoping to fulfill his dreams of upholding the law and protecting the people, he succeeds in becoming a policeman. However, Gu Yao Dong is disheartened from the constant bullying by his peers and even gets caught deep in the political warfare between the Communists and the Nationalist. With the help of Xia Ji Cheng and Shen Qing He, he starts on a road to a revolution.
The Shaolin Warriors is a Chinese television series directed by Raymond Lee and starring Sammo Hung, Cui Lin, Christopher Lee, Li Man, Sammy Hung, Cui Peng, Liu Ying and Jeanette Aw. The series was first broadcast in November 2008 on CCTV-8 in mainland China.
It is the first wuxia drama to filmed in direct collaboration with the world-famous Shaolin Temple and features some rarely seen martial arts techniques.
The story of Wei Xiaobao, a little man born at the bottom of society. He entered the imperial palace by chance without knowing any martial arts, and used his extraordinary wisdom to deal with gangs and court issues. He pretended to be a eunuch to help Kangxi capture and kill Obai. Then he met Chen Jinnan, and became his closed disciple. He assisted Kangxi in attacking his enemies. Wei Xiaobao grew up from a gangster who only wanted to make friends with the emperor in exchange for a rich and noble life, and grew up into a "deer prince" who discerns loyalty and evil. He meets many different women and lived a flowery family life full of fireworks
Prelude of Lotus Lantern (Chinese: 宝莲灯前传) is a 2009 Chinese mythology fantasy television series. The television series directed by Hong Kong director Mang San Yu and written by Wang Biao, and starring Vincent Chiao, Zhou Yang, Liu Xiaoqing and Liu Tao. It tells the story of Erlang Shen, a popular Chinese God in Chinese mythology. The series serve as a prequel of the 2005's Lotus Lantern (TV series)