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  • So Long For Love

    #1

    Life, Drama
    Yan Ni, Tan Songyun
    In the 11th grade, Li Yan lost her father in a skiing accident, and she harbors resentment towards her mother for deciding to give up on her father's treatment. Li Yan adopts a little dog named Cola, who becomes her companion as she grows up. Cola's birthday coincides with the anniversary of her father's death, and Li Yan sees it as a reincarnation of her father. Through conflicts, growth, and loss, Li Yan comes to understand her mother's choice through the farewell with Cola.
  • In Our Prime

    #2

    Drama, Family, Life
    Huang Lu, Guo Tao
    Single mother Li Yitian is working hard in the city, trying to contribute to her life, but she keeps encountering multiple setbacks in her family, relationships, and career. This is a story of her facing the chaotic challenges of life with courage. Just like every "ordinary man and woman" in real life, although being pursued by life in confusion, they dare to confront adversity and lead extraordinary life despite the ordinary circumstances.
  • Silence of Smoke

    #3

    Drama, Family, Life
    Han Geng, Zhang Guoli, Xue Haojing
    The century-old family store "Tong Shun Xiang," managed by the Liu family, has been passing down a unique technique for making crystal ice cakes through generations. However, the father, Liu Tingshen, has always refused to pass on the secret recipe to his son, Liu JianSan, which has led to misunderstandings and estrangement between them. Frustrated, JianSan chooses to leave his father and seek his own path. Many years later, when JianSan returns home to visit his ailing father, he finally discovers that his father's long-hidden secret is actually related to himself...
  • The Shadowless Tower

    #4

    Drama, Family, Life
    Xin Baiqing, Huang Yao
    In his middle age, Gu Wentong, who used to write poetry, turned into an internet food blogger. After his divorce, he sent his daughter to live with his sister and brother-in-law, while he chose to live alone in the hutongs of Beijing. His father, Gu Yunlai, was sent to a labor reeducation camp when he was five years old. His mother cast him aside, and from that point on, he disappeared from their lives. One day, Gu Wentong learned by chance from his brother-in-law that his father had been living alone in Beidaihe. He would visit Beijing twice a year, just to catch a glimpse of his children from a distance. Although curious and longing to see his father, Gu Wentong lacked the courage to face the man who had "gone astray." Gu Wentong's work partner was the young photographer Ouyang Wenhui. They often met near the White Pagoda Temple to explore restaurants and taverns in the Beijing area. As they got to know each other better, their relationship became occasionally romantic and secretive. When he learned that Ouyang Sheng lived in Beidaihe, it provided Gu Wentong with the opportunity to visit the place. The trip to Beidaihe made Gu Wentong feel as if he had discovered his father's shadow within himself — as a father, as a son, as a partner. He began to reevaluate his life. People may drift apart, but the White Pagoda will always stand there, bearing witness to their decisions and regrets.
  • Lies My Father Told Me

    #5

    Family, Drama, Life
    Hou Tianlai, Jing Xitong
    Ten years ago, trishaw rider Liu Afu adopted an infant girl and named her Xiaohua. Since his spouse passed away three years ago, he has been relying on the company of his adopted daughter, Xiaohua. However, one day, Afu fainted while working and was rushed to the hospital. There, he received the devastating news that he had a severe illness. Facing the high medical expenses, Afu made the heart-wrenching decision to forgo treatment, realizing that he had limited time left. With Xiaohua being a young child and no one to care for her, he decided the best solution was to send her to her biological parents. Afu embarked on a challenging and tearful journey to search for Xiaohua's biological family. He used the clues he had when he adopted Xiaohua to find her biological parents' hometown. Afu told Xiaohua they were going on a trip and began a difficult and emotional journey with her on his trishaw.
  • Ripples of Life

    #6

    Drama, Comedy, Life
    Yang Zishan, Huang Miyi
    The video is divided into three chapters, each using three movie titles: "Waiting Alone," "Looks Beautiful," and "Pluto Moment." In the first chapter, we observe the early stages of the film production from the perspective of Xiao Gu (played by Huang Mi Yi), the bored owner of a small-town restaurant. She works at her in-laws' restaurant and dreams of a more exciting life. Xiao Gu catches the attention of the director (played by Yang Pingdao) and is thrilled to get a small role in the movie. However, when a celebrity arrives on set and replaces her, she is pulled back into reality. In the second chapter, actress Chen Chen (played by Yang Zishan) returns to her hometown, where she receives a warm welcome from the townsfolk. She grew up in this small town before leaving to pursue a career in theater and film. Although she longs to reconnect with old friends, Chen Chen realizes that they all want to use her fame to their advantage. When someone climbs the social ladder and then attempts to "return" to their previous social stratum, it inevitably leads to many problems. This makes her question whether a successful person can truly "come home." The third chapter focuses on the creative relationship in crisis within the project. A film director (played by Liu Yang), hailed as the "future master" by the critics, pressures an insecure screenwriter (played by Kang Chunlei) to complete the final script as the shooting date approaches. However, they have disagreements on various aspects of the story and themes.
  • Papa

    #7

    Comedy, Drama, Family
    Huang Bo, Yan Ni, Janine Chang
    Lei Dali, in order to give his son, Lei Xiaomi, a better starting point in life, is forced to get involved in the intense competition of "primary school enrollment" under the guidance of a single mother, Liu Zhenzhen. Influenced by Huo Ge and Huo Sao, Lei Dali spares no effort to purchase a house in a prestigious school district, but the heavy financial burden makes life unbearable for the father and son. With the appearance of Lei Xiaomi's aunt, Lei Dali comes to understand that the essence of "striving for a child's success" lies in "striving as parents." Faced with the harsh reality, how will the father and son break through their living dilemma? What life choices will several families make?
  • The Woman in the Storm

    #8

    Family, Drama, Life
    Tong Liya, Wu Yuhan
    In China, on average, every 7.4 seconds, a woman becomes a victim of domestic violence. Xu Min, who appears strong and independent, holds a difficult-to-discuss secret: she has been enduring long-term domestic abuse from her husband, Chen Jun. Xu Min doesn't fit the image of a typical victim as she is resilient, brave, and has her own career. During the challenging process of trying to divorce her husband with the help of lawyer Li Xiaomeng, she faces difficulties dealing with her husband, who is careful not to leave any evidence, and the cold words, mockery, and doubts from people around her. She also encounters a lack of action from the social system and has to consider her two children. When divorce is not the end of domestic violence, and when the home itself becomes a violent storm instead of a safe haven, can she break free from this tempest?
  • Never Say Never

    #9

    Action, Drama, Life
    Wang Baoqiang, Chen Yongsheng, Shi Pengyuan
    Xiang Tenghui dedicated his efforts to nurturing the locally neglected children, providing them with a glimmer of hope for the future where there seemed to be no way out. However, as past performance videos were leaked, showcasing "cruel and bloody" scenes, it triggered the nerves of those unaware of the truth. Overnight, public opinion began to ferment. Tenghui's life and the children's prospects became entangled in a web woven by people under the guise of kindness, making it difficult for them to break free and return to the quagmire. As for their future, where will their "way out" lie once again...
  • Dream Forest

    #10

    Family, Life, Drama
    Niu Ben, Yan Junxi, Li Zihao
    Bar singer Su Xiaobei used to have a happy life, but since her son Kang Jian was diagnosed with autism, she has fallen into darkness. Su Xiaobei insisted on sending Kang Jian to school for training, but her husband couldn't accept the reality and the two eventually divorced. Su Xiaobei and Kang Jian left sadly, moving to an old neighborhood. Due to Kang Jian's condition, a conflict arose with their neighbor, elderly Yang, on the day they moved in. Facing a strange environment, unfamiliar neighbors, and unfamiliar life, Su Xiaobei and her son struggled to adapt. Kang Jian had seizures and Su Xiaobei lost her job, adding to their troubles. Fortunately, Lao Yang gradually learned about Kang Jian's situation and sympathized with the mother and son, providing occasional care and help, bringing them a glimmer of warmth. With the introduction of her friend Jiahui, Su Xiaobei found a job at a kindergarten. Just as everything seemed to be getting back on track, the kindergarten suddenly received a complaint about Kang Jian, but after investigation, nothing abnormal was found. However, rumors quickly spread among the neighbors, and the situation escalated. Can Su Xiaobei and Kang Jian find a new haven in the storm of fate?
  • One Mountain Away

    #11

    Drama, Life
    Wen Yu, Li Ang
    A young woman digs a mountain for love, but is isolated and helpless. A bar owner in the city is heavily in debt and facing a difficult life. With different goals and personalities, the two meet in the mountains. When a well-intentioned lie is exposed, a series of conflicts arise in the mountains. Alone and isolated, she decides to declare war on the mountain with her own hands. In the end, human nature awakens and transforms due to perseverance and bravery, and everyone completes the redemption of their souls, overcoming the two great mountains of reality and the human heart.
  • The Departure

    #12

    Drama, Life
    Huang Lu, Zhao Shuzhen
    A dancer with cancer, an Alzheimer's patient whose memory is still stuck 30 years ago, a rebellious 13-year-old girl who is not getting along well with her stepmother, and an island teacher who lost her son unexpectedly, meet on Manshan Island and experience together, and finally realize that everyone has to face their own problems.
  • Woman For Rent

    #13

    Romance, Family, Drama
    Niu Jun, Yuan Weijie
    In remote mountain villages where men couldn't afford wives, they had a unique tradition called "Niu Hua", which meant hiring a woman's womb to have children and carry on their family line for generations. When Wan Er was 18 years old, she was borrowed by the Lu family to have a child for them, as her husband had tuberculosis. However, she found out upon arrival that both brothers had borrowed her at the same time. Wan Er grew fond of Lu Da and tried to avoid Lu Er, hoping to become pregnant with Lu Da's child as soon as possible and earn money to go home. This caused a rift between the two brothers. To ease the tension between them, Lu Da planned to let Wan Er go home and said, "We never knew who our mother was, and we can't let our children grow up without one". Someday we will be able to marry wives properly. That year, the Red Army arrived in the mountains, and everything changed.
  • Look Up and See Joy

    #14

    Comedy, Family, Life
    Dylan Wang, Pan Binlong, Gong Beibi
    The film focuses on the hot topics of mid-life crisis, family responsibility, elderly care, and children's education, and uses comedic audio-visual techniques to tell the story of a corporate employee who is laid off at mid-life and doesn't bow to fate; an older sister who opposes the foster care of her little brother and fights with her elders to "win" back her younger brother; a grandson who uses meta-universe technology to reunite her grandfather with her late grandmother; a childish rich young man who finds his value of life after being changed by fate. The four stories are happy, inspiring, warm, and positive, and each chapter is performed with the most sincere emotions.
  • In Search of Lost Time

    #15

    Drama, Family, Life
    Chen Baoguo, Ma Su, Ayanga
    In the late 1950s, New China experienced severe natural disasters, and a large number of orphans in the southern region faced a crisis of insufficient nutrition. At this critical moment, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Party Committee and the government took the initiative to ask the central government for assistance. Following the principle of "take one, raise one, strengthen one," they brought nearly 3,000 orphans to the vast grasslands and entrusted them to kind-hearted and sincere herders for adoption. Here, the children, who were far away from their hometowns, had to learn to integrate into a new environment and family, and face their new relatives. However, all their anxieties and pains would be resolved one by one by the overwhelming love from fellow human beings.
  • Nice View

    #16

    Life, Family, Drama
    Jackson Yee
    Jing Hao, a 20-year-old young man, comes to live in Shenzhen with his young sister. Although their lives are warm, they struggle financially. In order to afford the expensive surgery for his sister, Jinghao unexpectedly gets an opportunity, believing that a better life is about to come.  However, he is unexpectedly struck by a devastating blow. Under the dual pressures of time and money, Jing Hao, with no way out, decides to make a desperate gamble. Will the sparks of hope ignite in his ordinary life?
  • Our New Life

    #17

    Comedy, Life, Drama
    Cai Ming, Li Wenhan, Zhang Shuangli
    Guang Chang En Chou Lu The community square dance troupe led by Auntie Niu and the basketball team led by high school student Huang Xiao, both faced the pressure of training for a major competition. The two sides have had multiple conflicts over the shared community venue, and the contradictions have continued to escalate. Huang Xiao's grandfather, Lao Huang, was arranged by Auntie Niu to persuade his own grandson, and after several rounds of wits, a self-directed "Injury Feigning" drama finally forced the basketball team to make concessions. After the square dance troupe's competition ended, Huang Xiao unexpectedly learned that his grandfather had a brain tumor... Yi Lu Qian Xing   Urban girl Chen Jingyu is devastated by the unexpected death of her boyfriend and falls into a state of depression. While driving through Tibet, her car breaks down on the road to Beichuan. Chen Jingyu takes refuge in a Qiang village with rich ethnic customs, where she meets repair shop owner Yang Cidian, as well as innkeepers Lao Wei and Xiu Fen. Thirteen years ago, a major earthquake brought great trauma to the people here, but today the village has recovered and is full of laughter and joy. During her stay in the village for several days, friends learned about Chen Jingyu's story, and also shared their own memories of the pain they experienced during the disaster and their personal healing processes. Yun Shang Yin Yue Hui Four young boys from a poor mountainous area with a dream of music formed the "Leaping Monkey Band". In order to participate in a competition, the band leader, Hou Jiarui, secretly took his three brothers and boarded a train to Beijing. A series of confrontations between train attendant Xiaojin, train conductor Lao Jia, and the quartet ensued during the chase. The police officer Xiao Bai, passengers A Niu and Yue Yue were also forced to become involved. At this time, news came that an accident occurred on the front-line road due to falling rocks, causing the train to be trapped halfway. Faced with the upcoming missed competition, the boys shed tears of frustration, and people finally learned about the motivation behind the band's participation. With the support of enthusiastic people, can the boys finally overcome geographical barriers and turn the "impossible" into the "possible"... Zui Ran Bu Guo Xi Yang Hong An elderly couple, Zhang and Li, are picked up by their daughter to take care of their grandson in the big city. However, they have a hard time adapting to the fast pace of modern society. Zhang, who used to be strong and capable, becomes clumsy and out of place in her daughter's home. Zhang's daughter, Xiao Li, and her husband, Yang Dadi, are at a loss as to how to help Zhang integrate into city life. They plan a well-intentioned deception based on Zhang's love for the singer Cai Guoqing. However, the couple's attitude leads the plan to deviate from its original course, until Zhang finally sees Cai Guoqing in person at a recording of a TV program. Leng Jing Leng Jing Gao Leng and Shen Jing met at university and got married soon after graduation. Gao Leng is independent and strong-willed, determined to succeed and provide a comfortable life for Shen Jing. He is busy with work all day and communication with his wife becomes less and less. Shen Jing loves romance, is sensitive, and does not pursue wealth and material success. However, she feels neglected by Gao Leng's busy schedule and lack of attention. The relationship crisis between the two has been building up for a long time and finally erupted into a heated argument, leading their marriage to the brink of collapse...  
  • Chinese Doctors

    #18

    Medical, Rescue, Life
    Zhang Hanyu, Yuan Quan, Zhu Yawen
    On the eve of the 2020 Spring Festival, the people of Wuhan were joyfully preparing to celebrate the new year, but COVID-19 began to spread. From the first few cases to an increasing number of patients flocking to the Jinyintan Hospital, as the outbreak escalated, the hospital, which specialized in infectious diseases, quickly exceeded its medical load capacity, and doctors' energy was severely overdrawn. At this time, medical teams from Shanghai, Guangdong, and other places rushed to Wuhan from all directions to assist in the fight against this difficult situation.
  • A Little Red Flower

    #19

    Youth, Family, Life
    Jackson Yee, Liu Haocun
    Wei Yihang, a boy suffering from cancer who claims to be able to "see the future," meets Ma Xiaoyuan, a girl also battling cancer who believes in "parallel worlds." They are both brain tumor patients, but their personalities and mindsets are vastly different. After undergoing brain surgery, Wei Yihang constantly faces the chilling summons of death, accompanied by the fear of relapse. He becomes somewhat cynical and withdrawn, but also melancholic and introverted. On the other hand, Ma Xiaoyuan's cheerful and optimistic nature brings a breath of fresh air to those around her. Through a childish livestream with only eight viewers, Ma Xiaoyuan captures Wei Yihang's heart. He gradually emerges from his numbness, indifference, and self-abandonment, beginning to understand the hardships and struggles of his parents. He transitions from a state of despair to cherishing every second of being alive.
  • Somewhere Winter

    #20

    Romance, Drama, Life
    Wallace Huo, Ma Sichun
    In 1991, during the passionate performance of singer Qi Qin's concert, An Ran, a talented woman from Beijing Normal University, and Qi Xiao, a photographer from Taipei, met by chance. After the music ended and the crowd dispersed, the two of them encountered each other again and fell deeply in love. However, having courage does not guarantee love, and not all reunions lead to another reunion! In the years of wandering, when we lost our beloved, can we still remain safe and sound? In the days without me, will you take care of yourself? In 2019, will Qi Xiao and An Ran be able to reunite?
  • Youth China in the Headlines

    #21

    Drama, Life
    Adi Kan, Zhu Yilong, Chen Weidong
    The film selects several headlines from China Youth Daily and China Youth Magazine. With figures such as Deng Jiaxian, Yuan Longping, Zhang Haidi, and Zhang Ruimin as the basis, it showcases the glorious journey of the Chinese people's unremitting struggle over the past 70 years."
  • Baby

    #22

    Life, Drama
    Yang Mi, Guo Jingfei, Lee Hong Chi
    Disabled girl Jiang Meng and her elderly foster mother rely on each other for survival. In order to prevent her foster mother from being forced to live in a nursing home due to lack of money, Jiang Meng goes to the city to work. Unexpectedly, she meets a baby girl without an anus who suffers from the same situation as her in the hospital. The baby girl arouses Jiang Meng's compassion, but she discovers that the baby girl's father hastily takes her out of the hospital, intending to give up treatment. Just as the baby girl's life hangs in the balance, Jiang Meng embarks on a journey to save her life and searches for the whereabouts of the child. In the process of searching, the mystery of the female nurse's identity is gradually revealed.
  • Cry Me a Sad River

    #23

    Youth, School, Romance
    Zhao Yingbo, Ren Min, Xin Yunlai
    Multiple cases of campus bullying shattered the beautiful youth campus life that the five protagonists were supposed to have. Qi Ming is handsome and admired by everyone as an excellent student, while Yi Yao is referred to as a "loser" by everyone. The two grew up together and had a good relationship. However, everything changed dramatically after the transfer student Tang Xiaomi appeared. Rumors became a destructive weapon, and Yi Yao faced constant harassment and challenges. Yi Yao's life plunged into darkness, subjected to various forms of brutal bullying. Gu Senxi taught Yi Yao to fight back against campus violence, and his presence gave Yi Yao a glimmer of hope. But due to a twist of fate, Gu Senxi's accident pushed her back into darkness once again. When the victim becomes the perpetrator, when the bystander becomes an enabler, in this farce called "jokes," there are no onlookers, only the perpetrators.
  • An Elephant Sitting Still

    #24

    Drama, Life
    Peng Yuchang, Wang Yuwen
    It all starts on a gloomy morning in a small place in Hebei, China. Wei Bu, a high school student, is scolded by his family; Grandpa Wang Jin is pressured by his children to move to a nursing home; Hooligan Yu Cheng sleeps with his friend's woman; and Huang Ling argues with her mother over toilet cleanliness at home. None of these four individuals are happy. Wei Bu accidentally pushes Yu Cheng's younger brother down the stairs. He also discovers that the girl he likes, Huang Ling, is involved with the school principal. When he tries to buy a ticket to escape to Manzhouli to see an elephant, he is cheated by a scalper. After a dispute with the scalper, he falls into the hands of Yu Cheng, the leader of a group of thugs. One of Yu Cheng's friends catches him having an affair with his own wife and commits suicide by jumping off a building. Yu Cheng decides to go to Manzhouli to escape the trouble. When he learns that Wei Bu also wants to go there to see the elephant, he plans to release him, but unexpected events occur. The principal's wife comes looking for trouble, and Huang Ling takes a weapon and beats the couple before running away. She then decides to follow her friend Wei Bu to Manzhouli. Grandpa Wang Jin becomes involved in the conflict between Wei Bu and Yu Cheng by chance, and, disappointed in his own children, takes his granddaughter to Manzhouli, where he had served in the army. Each of these characters dreams of escaping their current lives and going to Manzhouli, where they can see an elephant seated on the ground.
  • Namiya

    #25

    Fantasy, Drama, Family
    Karry Wang, Dilraba Dilmurat, Dong Zijian
    In a grocery shop by a quiet street, if you write down your worries and drop them into the letter drop at the front door of the shop, you will get an answer in the milk crate at the back of the shop the next day. One night, three young people, A Jie, Xiao Bo, and Tong Tong, who are lost, unwittingly break into the shop and unknowingly open a time tunnel. Beginning with the first letter of inquiry from the past, the past links up with the future as they continue to reply and receive letters. Qin Lang, who hesitates whether he should stick to his dream of music, Hao Bo, who hesitates whether he should move away from home with his family due to a debt, and Qing Mei, hesitates whether she should give up her job as a dancer, all make their choices from their letters and find the direction of their hearts, inadvertently linking their lives. At the same time, these three young people receive answers to their own confusion.
  • Finding Mr. Right 2: Book of Love

    #26

    Romance, Comedy, Life
    Wu Xiubo, Tang Wei
    At the age of 15, Jiao Ye immigrated to Macau with her father and settled in the gambling city, where she became a casino PR representative. She led a precarious life, constantly uncertain and without a fixed abode. Meanwhile, Daniel, a talented individual from Beijing, had been navigating his way through the United States for many years. He had risen to become one of California's top-performing real estate brokers and was a diamond bachelor surrounded by numerous female companions. One day, when Jiao Ye woke up, he saw a book titled "84, Charing Cross Road" above his head. The word for "book" sounds similar to the word for "loss," which infuriated Jiao Ye. Despite throwing the book away several times, it always found its way back to him. Helpless, she decided to send the book to the address mentioned in it. Coincidentally, Daniel also struggled with the same book and sent it to the same address. The bookstore owner of 84, Charing Cross Road, having nothing better to do, forwarded the letters of the two individuals to each other. Perplexed by the books they received, the two initially disliked each other but gradually became soulmates through subsequent correspondence. Jiao Ye had unfruitful relationships with a top student and a wealthy man named Mr. Deng, while Daniel experienced the pain of being abandoned by two foreign women. To get closer to an elderly Chinese couple living in Los Angeles and acquire their house, Daniel approached them under the pretense of helping them. Despite growing up abroad, Daniel was well-versed in Chinese poetry and culture. Combined with his eloquence, he unexpectedly gained the trust of the eccentric but well-read grandfather. Daniel took the two elderly individuals on a trip to Las Vegas and even arranged a wedding for them. When the grandfather discovered Daniel's true intentions, he became extremely angry and fell ill, leading to his hospitalization. Over time, Daniel developed a deep sense of guilt due to the emotional connection he had established with the grandfather during their time together. Despite being rejected by the grandfather multiple times, Daniel visited him repeatedly. As the Lunar New Year approached, the grandson, who was far away working at NASA, couldn't reunite with his grandparents, so they resorted to video conversations. However, the grandparents struggled with the advanced technology, and with the grandfather's silent approval, the grandmother called Daniel. Facing a still somewhat resentful grandfather, the grandmother said, "Only good children can come to our house to watch TV," gradually easing the tension between them.
  • Papa

    #27

    Comedy, Family, Life
    Xia Yu, Song Zu Er, Yang Zi
    When down-on-his-luck manager Huang Bolun comes to Los Angeles to search for a missing artist, he is stranded in the US and accidentally becomes the father of five cute American children. While continuing to search for the missing artist, Huang is also subjected to a variety of "domestic violence" tactics by the five troublemakers. After a series of twists and turns, the irresponsible "temporary dad" grows into a real father and grows up for the second time in his life.
  • Go Away Mr. Tumor!

    #28

    Romance, Life, Comedy
    Bai Baihe, Daniel Wu
    On the day before her 29th birthday, Xiong Dun lost her job for criticizing her eccentric boss and experienced the heartbreak of her boyfriend cheating on her, resulting in the loss of love as well. But her string of bad luck wasn't over yet. After a joyful birthday party, Xiong Dun suddenly collapsed in her own room. From that moment on, she embarked on a painful yet joy-filled journey of fighting cancer, filled with constant absurdities. From the emergency room to the hematology department, and then to chemotherapy, each leg of the journey was accompanied by different "travel companions." There was Dr. Liang, the protagonist of Xiong Dun's romantic fantasies, the mischievous and adorable little boy Mao Dou, and the sexy "Queen" Xia Meng, whose beauty remained unaffected even without hair and makeup. This group of extraordinary individuals, brought together by a common cause, found themselves in the unique setting of a hospital. Their unusual encounters infused the monotonous and painful treatments with countless moments of laughter and tears. Each of them gained strength from Xiong Dun, learning that even in the most challenging moments of life, they could still smile at fate. At the same time, these diverse individuals brought infinite excitement into Xiong Dun's limited life.
  • You Are My Sunshine

    #29

    Youth, Romance, Drama
    Huang Xiaoming, Yang Mi, Tong Dawei
    Zhao Mo Sheng returned to China after seven years. In those seven years, her first love, He Yi Chen, had transformed from a talented law student to a well-known lawyer. Zhao Mo Sheng thought that she would never cross paths with He Yi Chen again, but they unexpectedly reunited. During their university days, He Yi Chen, who was a talented student, had many girls pursuing him, but he was moved by the innocent and carefree Zhao Mo Sheng. Zhao Mo Sheng hid the fact that she was the daughter of the mayor from He Yi Chen, and when he found out, he was devastated and chose to leave her. Zhao Mo Sheng was heartbroken and went to study in the United States as arranged by her father. When Zhao Mo Sheng and He Yi Chen reunited, they discovered that they still deeply loved each other. However, Zhao Mo Sheng revealed that she had been married in the United States and had just gotten divorced. He Yi Chen was in pain, but he had endless love for Zhao Mo Sheng and decided to marry her. The appearance of Zhao Mo Sheng's ex-husband, Ying Hui, revealed the truth about her marriage and resolved their misunderstandings. However, the appearance of Zhao Mo Sheng's stepmother brought to light the grudges between Zhao Mo Sheng's father and He Yi Chen's father, which became the biggest test for their love. The fate of their love remains uncertain.
  • Lost and Love

    #30

    Life, Drama, Family
    Andy Lau, Jing Boran, Sandra Ng
    A two-year-old child named Lei Da went missing on a day in 1998, and his father, Lei Zekuan, began a 15-year-long journey to find his son. Along the way, he faced many difficulties and coincidentally met Zeng Shuai, who was abducted at age four while fixing bikes. The two of them embarked on a journey to find their loved ones together. After learning about Leizekuan's search for his son, Zeng Shuai not only did not charge him for fixing his moto-bike but also joined him on the journey to find Leida. During their journey, the two developed a father-son-like relationship.
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