Rookie lawyer Chen Boyun made a promise at an early age that she will work hard in achieving social justice, and not to drop any opportunities to advocate for justice. Experienced lawyer Fang Chang is the exact opposite; he now only pursues cases that require quick fixes and has long stopped investing personal feelings into cases. When Chen Boyun becomes the intern and personal assistant of Fang Cheng, conflicts ensue as they argue for different "best interests".
If the law and its enforcement has worked, then the world needs gods no more... When facing the dilemma with no right answer in this world full of ambiguity, Lou I-fang, the Master of the shrine and the Chief of the village will stand out to do justice right. Together with his assistant and fellow lawyers, they team up to bring hope to people whenever crime or unfairness emerge. If only they could also face the doubts within themselves...
A Taiwanese family comedy that reflect the daily culture of the people and also the problem of the transformation of a traditional cake shop. It discusses parent-child relationship, problems between mother in law and wife, the gap between generations and the dilema of maintaining tradition or modernization.
The drama tells the story of air force pilots and their families from 1945 to 1971. As the husbands embarked on patriotic missions to fight against the enemies, their families must content with horror of wars, mass emigration to distant land, and death of love ones. Their shared experience brought the military families together to support one another.
“Tears on Fire” is a rare production featuring firefighting profession in Taiwan, which portrays the life stories of four firefighters. From their daily work, they have not only witnessed various spectrums of Taiwan’s society, but also been forced to face their own life lessons.
Pi Zi and Ying Xiong are two cops who are as different as day and night. One lives a luxurious lifestyle and does nothing but drink coffee and wait for information from dubious sources to crack his cases. Another believes law and justice are the pillars of society and is constantly on the street catching criminals. When a case brings these two top crime solvers together, sparks fly and light begins to creep into the dark corners of Taipei.
To run away from the dark past, Dr. Liu works at a countryside hospital. She assumes the job would be nice and easy there, but instead she witnesses and deals with various bizarre medical cases.
A ten-part hour-long series that follows the aftermath of a mass-shooting where all parties involved - the killer, the victims, the victims’ families, the media and the defense teams, whose fates are all intertwined.
Through the stories of nine kids living in the Chinese Shopping Mall, this film depicts their diverse and magical life experiences.
In the summer of 1985, while Xiaobudian (the tiny one) was at the fourth grade, he was already a convincing street vendor, who sold stuff for allowance on a skywalk every day. Xiaobudian’s father is a shoe shop owner who was doing business in the Chinese Shopping Mall. One day, a magician from nowhere showed up in the mall. He had a treasure bowl and a zebra capable of emitting colorful lights, and he was able to make countless magic tricks. Xiaobudian admired this magician, and bought magic props for practice every day. At the same time, more and more boys and girls in the mall have met this mysterious magician, and gained life-changing power after they watched the magic show.
In 1949, the only daughter of the largest tea factory in Taiwan was supposed to marry a man to take over her life and her father’s huge business. After she divorced, who was her own master became a question. To prove her worth, she intervenes in the family business that was in high debt. In an era when there was no "businesswoman", she led the crumbling tea factory to the world in the "tea wars”.
Adapted from the historical facts of Taiwan. On March 12, 1867, the American merchant ship – Rover was shipwrecked at the southern end of Taiwan’s Hengchun Peninsula.
While “The Rover Incident” broke out, Tiap-moe was 18 years old. She was proficient in multiple languages, so she helped American Consul Charles Le Gendre with his investigation. During the investigation, she were forced to involve in a complex ethnic struggle. Facing the questioning and bullying associated with her ethnic groups, gender and bloodline, was Tiap-moe brave enough to help the Westerners, the Seqalus, the Hokkiens and Hakkas, even herself, to reach a state of peace and understanding?
Adapted from the novel by author Wu Hsiao-Le, the series consists of five independent stories about parenting, as well as children's pressures of growing up, when faced with the tragic consequences of social pressure, parental oppression and family dysfunction. Each story is told in two parts in this ten-part series.
Dangerous Mind (Chinese: 危險心靈; pinyin: Wéi Xǐan Xīn Líng) is a 2006 Taiwanese television series starring River Huang, Guang Yun, Lee Lieh, Jack Kao, Cai Can-De and James Wen. It is adapted from the novel of the same name by Taiwanese writer Hou Wen Yung. The series focuses on the conflicts among teachers, students, and the parents during the Taiwanese educational reform from the students' aspects.