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Burning Hands
CHAK KOON-YAT (Ruco Chan), HO CHING-FA (Lam Ha Mei) and NG PAK-YEE (Joel Chan) have followed their master SZETO SING (Pat Poon) to learn con tricks and illusions since childhood. KOON-YAT and CHING-FA grow fond of each other and are about to get married. However, a competition estranges them and they have never contacted each other ever since. Later on, in order to flush out the mole, a casino tycoon named FOK CHUN-SING (Pal Sinn) colludes with SING to induce KOON-YAT and PAK-YEE into taking up a secret mission, resulting in their reunion with CHING-FA. On top of that, they are even inextricably bound up with CHUN-SING's daughter FOK HEI-YAN (Kelly Fu). With each of them possessing a unique talent, they gradually uncover that the mole might be CHUN-SING's right-hand man LAM LUI (Geoffrey Wong), confidant YAU YUET-WAH (Rebecca Chan) or one of their rivals. But nothing is as it seems. To find out why CHUN-SING killed his father CHIANG TIN-LUNG (Hugo Ng) twenty years ago, KOON-YAT infiltrates the Chun Sing Group, dealing a crushing blow to the crisis-ridden casino. That leads to an enmity between siblings, total severance of the master-disciple relationship, and irreconcilable differences between father and son......
 
May Fortune Smile On You
A mistake made by the God of Fortune has caused the life of MUI CHOI-KIN (Wayne Lai) to be swapped with WONG PAK-MAN's (Pal Sinn). PAK-MAN has since then become increasingly rich, while CHOI-KIN, whose wife and daughter have left him, is living a hard life operating a noodle stall by the street. One day, CHOI-KIN encounters PAK-MAN's son WONG CHIU-CHOI (Matthew Ho), and the two feel an instant connection. However, since PAK-MAN forbids it, CHIU-CHOI together with his bodyguard KAM CHUM (Jack Wu) can only give CHOI-KIN help in secret. He also arranges for CHOI-KIN's goddaughter LIN CHI-YUNG (Kelly Fu) to work in his father's company. It turns out CHIU-CHOI indeed embodies the spirit of the God of Fortune; though he no longer possesses supernatural powers, he can still bring good luck to people around him. On the other hand, CHIU-CHOI's stepmother TSUI SIM (Claire Yiu), who embodies the spirit of the Wicked Witch, employs all her vices to forbid the friendship between CHIU-CHOI and CHOI-KIN, she even arranges for a lady named NG HIU-TING (Lai Wai Ling) to pretend to be CHOI-KIN's long-lost daughter, in an attempt to cause further heartbreak and loss to CHOI-KIN. Fortunately, God has mercy and strikes CHIU-CHOI with lightning to help him awake to the truth, enabling him to right his wrong before it is too late. CHIU-CHOI hence helps CHOI-KIN become wealthy, but CHOI-KIN's generous personality has hindered him from accumulating wealth. Therefore, CHIU-CHOI decides to do a complete revamp of Gong Hei Lane where CHOI-KIN lives, so that everyone there becomes rich…
 
Recipes To Live By
TING YAT-SHAN (Tony Hung), a culinary whiz with a sharp palate, feels resentment as his adoptive father TING YUT (Ram Chiang) forbids him from learning to cook. After hearing there is a cooking competition in Yangzhou, he immediately finds SHEK YAU (Sisley Choi) as a substitute who disguises herself as a man to take part in the competition. Due to that, he gains recognition from celebrity chef KOI SIU-TIN (Hugo Wong). He joins forces with SIU-TIN to create new recipes, helping him continuously receive the highest honors ever in the culinary world. Rising to fame, they befriend those who also live out their culinary dreams, including a daughter of a wealthy man TUNG MING-YUET (Stephanie Ho) and celebrity chef DAING YUEN (Rebecca Zhu). MING-YUET takes a fancy to YAT-SHAN, but YAT-SHAN sets his heart on SHEK YAU, who instead admires SIU-TIN. That makes YAT-SHAN want to start his own business, but nothing turns out the way he plans. Unexpectedly, YAT-SHAN falls victim to SHEK YAU's trap and loses his instinct as a food connoisseur. Thus unfolds his mystery background as a descendant of a celebrity chef. Vowing to clear his father's name at all cost, he eventually pays a high price for this with everyone turning their backs on him......
 
Dead Wrong
Senior business consultant WAI YAT-SING (Kwok Chun On) cannot get over the fact that he has disappeared for ten years, so he decides to go to Vietnam to probe into the matter, accompanied by his wife YUEN KIU (Joey Meng) and good friend LAM HO-YAN (Kenny Wong). However, the local police keep obstructing their investigation, and they end up in dangerous situations. Finally, they return home safe and sound. To YAT-SING's surprise, his wife has remarried since his disappearance, and her current husband is actually HO-YAN. YAT-SING has no other choice but to leave his wife and son, plunging into his work to alleviate his sorrow. Fortunately, with the help of his former apprentice, HONG SHING-CHIT (Vincent Wong), he manages to make a comeback, during which he even gets romantically involved with his boss, YIP TSAU (Rebecca Zhu). However, YAT-SING is still bothered by the fact that he was found castaway on a deserted island, so he decides to launch another investigation. Eventually, he finds some unexpected clues that lead him to embark on a journey of revenge, the point of no return......
 
No Reserve
KONG SHEUNG-HUNG (Wayne Lai), who was a guerrilla team leader, encounters CHEUNG GEI-SANG (Myolie Wu) during the war. After the Japanese launch an invasion of China, the pair become special agents, sneaking into Guangzhou. GEI-SANG turns into a famous Cantonese opera actress to gather intelligence, during which she not only discovers other spy agencies and expelled fallen Qing Dynasty descendants who are dormant in Guangzhou, but also re-encounters her old flame CHOW SAI-GAI (Edwin Siu). SAI-GAI, a special agent from another organization, hates SHEUNG-HUNG's guts as the two are both love rivals and rival spies. However, when confronting the national calamity, they at last bury the hatchet, joining forces to resist their common enemy. People from all walks of life assemble in Guangzhou, aiming at KAZUO SUZUKI (Wayne Lai), who has knowledge to the gold treasure of the fallen Qing Dynasty. As SHEUNG-HUNG is going to kidnap KAZUO SUZUKI, to his surprise, their facial appearances look similar to each other.
 
Rogue Emperor
Being a homeless person in Hong Kong, CHU KAM-CHUN (Kenneth Ma) is self-proclaimed the last emperor of China. A social worker FUNG SIU-YUNG (Tracy Chu) is dispatched to follow up the case, gradually unveiling KAM-CHUN's legendary, absurdity-packed adventures in pursuit of the love of his life, YEE YUNG-YUNG (Niki Chow). In the early 1930s, young KAM-CHUN wanted to earn enough betrothal money to tie the knot with YUNG-YUNG, so he went to take part in a fireworks competition together with his younger brother CHU CHEUNG-FUN (Benjamin Yuen), good friends NG DOR-HO (Jerry Koo) and NGAU YUK-KIN (Brian Tse). Due to an accident, they not only let the chance slip by but also encountered a series of unbelievable, bizarre events and blunders, as well as people such as bandit LUNG TSUN-FUNG (Harriet Yeung), revolutionist TUNG CHUN-BONG (Luk Wing) and warlord CHE TAI-PAU (Pal Sinn). On top of that, DOR-HO's younger sister NG DOR-YUE (Mandy Wong) was also implicated in past events and became a social butterfly. KAM-CHUN and the others started as militants, yet ended up becoming fugitives. Later on KAM-CHUN made his way to Shanghai, where he got help from a gang leader called NGAU LIK (Joe Tay), then went from strength to strength, and eventually rose to prominence, turning into a tycoon who had a dominant control over Shanghai. Although KAM-CHUN still yearned for YUNG-YUNG, a careless mistake once again caused their separation for almost forty years......