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Alternative Titles : 巨輪, Geoi Leon Cast : Linda Chung, Ruco Chan, Louise Lee, Kristal Tin, Edwin Siu Episodes : Finished Category: Hong Kong Drama Genres : Drama, Action Type : TV Series Release : 2013 Status : Finished Description : Brother's Keeper is a story about two brothers of the same mother but different fathers, Kiu Tin-sang (Ruco Chan) and Law Wai-sun (Edwin Siu). Sang was born in Hong Kong, the son of Chow Yuk-mui (Louise Lee) and Kiu Sum (Lee Kwok Lun). Due to Kiu Sum refusing to marry Chow Yuk-mui, Yuk-mui decided to take Tin-sang to Foshan, China to start anew. In Foshan, Yuk-mui got married with Law Fu-shing (Lau Kong) and gave birth to Wai-sun a few years afterwards.
Not long after, the family of four decided to cross the border to start a new life in Hong Kong. The family of four eventually got separated with Tin-sang ending up in Hong Kong, while Yuk-mui, Fu-shing, and Wai-sun ending up in Macau.
The two brothers lived very different lives in the course of the next 20 years. The very hardworking and ambitious Tin-sang managed to graduate from college and became a police officer like his biological father, Kiu Sum. He has a girlfriend named Rachael Cheuk (Linda Chung) whom he is willing to do anything to fulfill her dreams of opening a fashion store. In order to achieve his goal, he seduces Favio (Ankie Beilke) and uses her in the process. In addition, Tin-sang also has an ambiguous relationship with a triad member named Keung Yung (Louis Cheung) who later caused Tin-sang to end up in jail.
Wai-sun, who is very simple-minded, only wants to live a peaceful and comfortable life in Macau. He is good friends with Yiu Man-ying (Krystal Tin) and Lung Fei (Louis Yuen). In order to avoid his abusive father (Fu-shing), Fu-shing works with his mother (Yuk-mui) at a restaurant. The lives of the two brothers, Tin-sang and Wai-sun began to change after they meet up again. The two brothers in the series will go from 20 to 50 years old.
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Alternative Titles : Clothing the World, Mythical Weaver, Shen Hua Zhi Nu, Tian Ya Zhi Nu, Yi Bei Tian Xia, 神話織女, 衣被天下 Cast : Janine Chang, Damian Lau, Liu Shi Shi, Yuan Hong, Amy Chan, Edwin Siu Episodes : Finished Category: Chinese Drama Genres : Romance Type : TV Series Release : 2010 Status : Finished Description : Huang Qiao'er was born to a poverty-stricken family. She lost her parents at an early age and was raised by her aunt, who taught her textile arts. While growing up in a weaving mill, Huang developed a close bond with the neighboring dyehouse owner's son, Fang Ning (Edwin Siu), who fell in love with her. Eventually, Splendid Mill's weavers produce outstanding results and earn an opportunity to work in the palace. Through Huang's friendship with the emperor's niece, Zhao Jiayi (Cecilia Liu), Huang is able to gain access to the palace's study, deepening her knowledge of weaving from its collection. However, the weavers become embroiled in a power struggle with the emperor's concubines, as well as a rivalry with the Iridescent Cloud Mill's weavers, who also work at the palace.

While in the palace, Huang falls in love with a young general, Lin Mufei (Justin Yuan), at the expense of her friendship with the princess. Lin also rejects the princess' affections, due to his prejudice against imperial family members' corruption, and in spite of his vows to defend the Song Dynasty. During Lin's absence, Fang Ning's legs are crippled while saving Huang from the corrupt members of the imperial court. Feeling guilty for Fang's plight, and hearing rumors that Lin had been killed in battle at the city of Chuzhou (present day Huai'an), Huang decides to marry Fang. Lin, however, has survived and is heartbroken when he sees the two marry, thus complicating the love triangle between Lin, Huang, and Zhao Jiayi.

Despite Huang Qiao'er's awareness that she cannot be with the man she still loves, due to her marriage to another, she recognizes that being Fang Ning's wife also has its benefits. Her mother-in-law (Cheng Pei-pei) imparts the family's dyeing secrets, which helps her hone her textile skills. However, Fang is aware that his wife still has some feelings towards Lin Mufei. This prompts Fang to become an alcoholic, leading him to repeatedly abuse her. As for Zhao Jiayi, she remains devoted to Lin, and, after learning that he did not die, eventually sneaks away from the palace to search for him. With the help of Lin's mother, Zhao locates him in the city of Changzhou. She claims that she only wishes to be with Lin Mufei in battle, regardless of whether he would ultimately love her or not.

Not long afterwards, the Mongols, who establish the Yuan Dynasty under the leadership of Kublai Khan, conquer the Song Dynasty. After experiencing a series of personal misfortunes and tragedies, Lin is traumatized and decides to focus on protecting Zhao Jiayi, and her surviving clan members, as well as liberating China from the Mongols' tyranny. For four years, while battling their enemies and taking care of one another, Lin and Zhao begin to develop a close bond and mutual understanding. Zhao helps Lin nurse his emotional wounds, resulting from Huang's marriage to Fang Ning and his mother's execution by one of their adversaries. He starts to develop affection towards the princess, when he realizes that there is more to her than her unruly and wayward behavior.

While fleeing from the Mongols' conquest, Huang has a chance encounter with an extraordinary woodwork instructor, Feng Jiujin (Damian Lau), and becomes his apprentice. She ultimately wanders to Yazhou (present day Hainan), where she learns the arts of cotton farming and weaving, and helps the natives improve their textile technology.

After Fang Ning's death, Huang finally resolves the entanglement with Lin and Zhao, by reuniting with them in the city of Hangzhou (former Song capital Lin'an). Huang sadly realizes that she has inadvertently brought two men who loved her nothing but heartbreak, instead of happiness. She consents her blessing to Lin and Zhao of their newfound love for each other. Huang also realizes her dream of revolutionizing the art of textile weaving and manufacturing, for the welfare of her people. With support from her family and friends, Huang becomes an innovator of the Chinese textile industry. After numerous battles against the Yuan forces with Song remnants, the Battle of Yamen officially ends to the Song Dynasty. Lin and Zhao, after enduring these defeats, realize that the enemy is too powerful and not yet ready for the resistance to overthrow. Desiring to get away from the violence and tragedies in their lives, they choose to elope and go into seclusion together.

Lin Mufei and Zhao Jiayi are happily married and return to Hangzhou after spending three years in hiding. By this time, the Splendid Mill and Fang Family Dyehouse have brought in many apprentices and achieved business success, with Huang Qiao'er fulfilling her purpose in life.
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Alternative Titles : 名門暗戰, Ming Mun Ngam Jin Cast : Wayne Lai, Raymond Wong, Edwin Siu, Power Chan, Raymond Cho, Elliot Ngok Episodes : Ongoing Category: Hong Kong Drama Genres : Drama Type : TV Series Release : 2014 Status : Ongoing Description : Wayne Lai is determined to make his own name in the business world and triumph over his father (Elliot Ngok), as a way of getting back for the many years of having to live under his tight control.

Despite previous failures, Wayne is ready for another comeback with the help of Raymond Wong, Nancy Wu and Edwin Siu. They start up a mobile application company, with the intention of waging an all-out business war against Elliot. Ever since Wayne left home, his brother (Raymond Cho) has been cast aside by Elliot. His stepmother (Susanna Kwan) uses this opportunity to promote her son (Jason Chan) as the successor of the corporation and secretly works out a takeover plan. Facing repeated attacks from Susanna, Wayne fortunately receives the emotional support of his ex-girlfriend Maggie Siu and her autistic son (Fred Cheng). He also reconsiders his relationship with his father. Seeing Susanna's plot to take over Elliot's business empire, Wayne joins with his brother Raymond and step-uncle Power Chan to fight back.

Unexpectedly, friends turn into rivals, while former foes become allies, making it difficult to distinguish the enemy in this dangerous dilemma.
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