Five years ago, a young woman named Min Hui accidentally fell for a young man named Xin Qi. But things between them were complicated because Min Hui was pretending to be Xin Qi's long lost childhood friend in a misguided way to help the friend who had died suddenly. Furthermore, Xin Qi suffered from a dangerous and potentially life-threatening heart condition, and Min Hui now desperately in love, didn't want to see him suffer. It didn't help matters that each time she tried to tell him the truth, he would cut her off, not believe her, or his heart condition would relapse. When he finally learned the entire truth, he cut all ties with her.
Now, five years later, they are reunited at a business event in the most uncomfortable of situations. Min Hui has risen to become an R&D assistant to one of the directors at a tech firm and Xin Qi has also made a name for himself as the CEO of an investment firm. Deciding that "fate" has brought them back into contact for a reason, Xin Qi decides to take all of his previous anger and betrayal out on Min Hui. But "fate" also reveals that Min Hui has a son, who is suffering from the same exact heart condition as Xin Qi making him realize through a series of events that he's the father--much to the adorable boy's delight! After some heart to heart conversations, explanations, and even a quirky living arrangement, can these two forgive each other and themselves for the mistakes they both made in the past and rekindle their love, now as a fully evolved family?
When Hong Kong is rocked by multiple gruesome murders, the police forms a task force to investigate. Jun (Sean Lau), once a brilliant detective who suffered a mental breakdown, begins his own investigation. Eventually, the police learn that the murder victims are all suspects of cold cases being rubbed out by a figure known as "The Sleuth". Now, Jun and a detective fr...<!-- --> <a class="ipc-link ipc-link--baseAlt" role="button" tabindex="0" aria-disabled="false" data-testid="plot-read-all-link" href="plotsummary?ref_=tt_ov_pl">Read all</a>
Its a cute romance tale between a doctor and pianist. Lin Zhi Xiao is a budding cellist is determined to achieve her dreams. Her father is hospitalized and diagnosed with cancer. Her life completely changes from here. Gu Wei, the doctor in charge of her father's treatment who has been going through a rough time of his own, enters her life firstly in a most awkward and unexpected way.
In an age of turmoil, heroes will rise. . . It is the end of the 2nd Century and China is in a state of turmoil. The land is divided by warlords and the country is facing famine, droughts, and invasion from bordering tribes. On top of the problems the country is facing, Zhang Jiao and his brothers begin to rebel against the Han, while advocating the arrival of a new era, the era of the "Yellow Dragon," implying that if people followed him, they would lead prosperous lives. Thousands of desperate villagers flocked to follow Zhang Jiao as they raided government offices and plundered towns and villages alike in protest of heavy taxation, wearing only a "yellow turban" on their heads. As their strengths and numbers grew, the "Yellow Turbans" overthrew some of the Imperial Court's best generals and strongest forces. Concerned for their capital in Luo Yang and for the Han empire, the Imperial Court immediately constructed an "alliance" by requesting volunteers across the country to settle the rebellion. Three distinct generals were recruited - Liu Bei, Cao Cao, and Sun Jian. Together with their own officers, the Yellow Turban rebellion was quickly laid to rest and each of the men involved immediately gained popularity and power with the people. As their powers grew, however, each continued to seek more control of their territories and to unite all of China under one rule. One fought for hegemony. One fought for ambition. One fought for righteousness. Veteran officers and generals who shared the same visions swarmed under each leader. These stalwart souls waged war across the vast expanse of the land and, like blood thirsty demons, cut down any and all that stood in their way. Thus, the romance of the Three Kingdoms begins . . .
The 52-episode animation blockbuster "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" co-produced by China and Japan was completed on March 17, 2009, and launched on CCTV on August 1, 2009.
The animated version of "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" discussed broadcast matters with more than 30 TV organizations from 13 countries including the United States, Britain, France, Italy, and Russia, and launched it on mainstream Western animation channels such as Japan, Europe, and the United States. In Japan, the film's first edition of the manga book is expected to print and publish 1 million copies for the first time.
The intricate and tense struggle among the three strongest political forces in the Three Kingdoms period, Cao Cao, Sun Quan, and Liu Bei, embodies the endless emergence of outstanding figures of that era, as well as their heroic behavior and high-strength strategies.