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TVBI At The Threshold Of An Era II (Part II) (To Be Continued) at 38.40 USD from YesAsia
TVBI At The Threshold Of An Era II (Part II) (To Be Continued)
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An epic television series chronicles the rise and fall of a real estate mongul! At the end of the millenium in the year 2000, the force of the significant change of time is captured in At the Threshold of an Era! TVB uses all the firepower in the arsenal and enlisted the top players in its stable, with Gallen Lo, Kenix Kwok, Sunny Chan, Ada Choi, Louis Koo, Roger Kwok, Flora Chan and legend Lisa Wang starring in this 105 episode series!

When it was first aired in 2000, it had to be split into two parts. At the Threshold of an Era II is the second half of the series and is just as fascinating as the first half. Gallen Lo stars as a real estate mongul in Hong Kong who would do anything in exchange for profits. With stunning performances, this is one of the top television series from TVB's contemporary classics!

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TVBI Angel's Call (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 41.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Angel's Call (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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From the late 1980s to the mid-90s, popular singer Hacken Lee shot a drama with TVB almost every year. His healthy image and easygoing comedic talents made him a great candidate for youth dramas and romantic comedies like Two of a Kind, A Life of His Own, and 1992's Angel's Call. Hacken Lee's co-star in Angel's Call is none other than Miss Hong Kong Anita Yuen, still a newcomer to acting at the time but already displaying the kind of natural talent and charisma that would later bring her Best Actress trophies at the Hong Kong Film Awards. The two young stars ignite new romantic sparks in this metropolitan romance with a divine twist. The drama boasts the talented supporting cast of Rain Lau, Fan Yit Man, Wong Yat Sun, and movie actor Chow Man Kin in a rare television appearance as the titular angel. Angel's Call is also the very drama that spawned the immensely popular theme song "Red Day" by Hacken Lee.

Ng Fu Kei (Hacken Lee) is always dreaming about getting rich, and it looks like his dream has come true when he discovers a fallen angel (Chow Man Kit). It turns out though that other than a photogenic memory, this tall and doofy angel doesn't really have any special powers to offer. If anything he only brings more trouble to Kei who's already got enough headaches on hand, as he tries to deal with a blossoming love triangle with San San (Anita Yuen) and Yan (Fan Yit Man).

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TVBI Whatever It Takes (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 41.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Whatever It Takes (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 59.00
TVB actor Benny Chan Ho Man has starred in many popular Hong Kong television series, but he is perhaps best known for his many fantastical period dramas like Journey to West II, Dragon Love, Gods of Honour, and 2003's Whatever It Takes. Set during the last years of Empress Wu Zetian's iron reign, the drama reimagines the youth of Xuanzhong, the Tang Dynasty's longest-reigning emperor, combining history and royal intrigue with folklore and fantasy for an exciting and entertaining period adventure. Whatever It Takes co-stars popular actresses Annie Man (Colorful Life) and Tavia Yeung (Twin of Brothers), as well as reliable supporting players like Evergreen Mak, Liu Kai Chi, Helena Law, and Law Koon Lan.

Shortly after Emperor Gaozhong's death, Empress Wu Zetian seizes power and eventually takes the throne herself, establishing the Zhao Dynasty. To escape his grandmother's bloody witchhunt, Prince Li Longji is sent away as a child, and by chance gets adopted by a civilian family. Twenty years later, Prince Li is now Gao (Benny Chan), a small-time swindler wiling his days away with his brother (Evergreen Mak). By a series of fateful encounters, Gao comes to possess the Dragon Pearl, a mystical object that determines the fortunes of the Tang, and releases mischievous immortal Bi Yao (Annie Man) who was trapped in the pearl. Gao has little choice but to assist Bi Yao on her dangerous mission to find the "Dragon Prince" who will restore the Tang Dynasty. Little does he know, he is looking for himself.

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TVBI Point Of No Return (VCD) (Part I) (TVB Drama) at 32.00 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Point Of No Return (VCD) (Part I) (TVB Drama)
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Bringing together two generations of great actors, TVB's 2003 anniversary series Point of No Return is a grand period drama about the struggle for power, money, and love in 1920s China. Veteran actor Damian Lau reunites with his screen partner Angie Chiu, who returned to acting in 2003 after years of semi-retirement. Television viewers were thrilled to see this golden couple of the 1970s gracing the small screen together again after so many years. On the younger end, the pairing of popular actors Julian Cheung and Charmaine Sheh, whose previous performances in Return of the Cuckoo made them one of the most memorable television couples of the 2000s, is also a great draw for the drama.

Shipping magnate Chow Ming Hin (Damian Lau) heads one of the biggest shipping companies in 1920s Guangzhou. Power and wealth do not come easy however, and Chow must carry the burden of protecting and expanding this 50-year family business. In addition to fending off the constant competition and dirty tricks of industry rivals, he must also deal with the conflicts and power struggle within his own family and his relationship with his true love (Angie Chiu), whom he has kept in the shadow for years. When Chow falls ill, the company comes to the hands of his aimless and irresponsible son, Tin Chi (Julian Cheung), who is uninterested in running the business. Rivals quickly take advantage of the situation, and soon Tin Chi and the company are faced with a crisis situation.

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TVBI The Gentle Crackdown (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 41.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Gentle Crackdown (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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What happens when a weak scholar crosses paths with a spunky female constable in imperial China?

One of TVB's biggest hits of 2005, popular period comedy The Gentle Crackdown brought together the fresh comic and romantic pairing of top actor Moses Chan and starlet Niki Chow. Having recently jumped from film to television at the time, Niki Chow makes her period debut as a sassy, tomboyish constable, delivering an endearing performance that garnered her a Most Improved Female Artist award at the TVB Anniversary Awards. Moses Chan, meanwhile, flexes his underrated comic talents as a haplessly heroic magistrate. The Gentle Crackdown also co-stars Wayne Lai, Yuen Wah, Michelle Yim, Eddy Ko, and Halina Tam.

Newly appointed magistrate Sui Dung Ga (Moses Chan) is determined to clean up corruption in the district, but his ambitions hit roadblocks very quickly. His new administration methods are less than popular among his own subordinates, particular cookie jar-dipping clerk Kei Wong (Wayne Lai). Dung Ga's deliberate personality and habit of thinking everything over also runs afoul of impulsive, impatient female constable Yee (Niki Chow) who's always ready to storm blindly into action in the name of justice. Bickering up a storm over every case, Dung Ga and Yee eventually overcome their differences to form a perfect team of (her) brawn and (his) brains. There may even be romance in the works as they navigate increasingly difficult obstacles and dangers together.

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TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 51.20 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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An early Five Tigers title, TVB's 1981 period drama The Lonely Hunter marked the first leading role for top 80s star Felix Wong, who had only recently graduated from the studio's acting program at the time. Wong rose to instant stardom when the drama was aired, and The Lonely Hunter remains one of his most representative works. Also making his acting breakthrough in a signature morally conflicted role was fellow Tiger Michael Miu who found immediate heartthrob status with his dashing looks. As a sign of TVB's push for the up-and-coming newcomers, Miu and Wong were supported by stars like Carol Cheng, Shek Sau, Lau Daan, and Chan Man Yee in the drama. Revolving around underworld power struggle in Old Shanghai, this 25-episode classic is a great opportunity to see two of Hong Kong's greatest television actors in early star-making roles.

Lee Tong (Felix Wong) grew up with only one intent in mind: revenge. After his gangster father died in the hands of friends Fang and Fong, Tong was raised by his father's henchman, trained to be a lone assassin. Coming of age, he finally sets his plan into action and kills an underworld boss. Timid driver Au Yeung Gong (Michael Miu) unwittingly witnesses the crime but is too scared to rat out Lee, leading to an unexpected friendship. Gong ends up helping Tong enter the organization, laying the path for Tong's revenge. As time passes, Tong's cold and lonely front begins to fade as he experiences life, love, and friendship for the time, but Gong is slowly transformed from a naive youth to a cold-blooded killer.

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TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (Part 1) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama) at 41.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (Part 1) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama)
S$ 59.00
Chow Yun Fat's 1980 TVB series The Bund is one of the most classic Chinese dramas of all time, popular in both Hong Kong and overseas. Chow's memorable performance as Hui Man Keung remains one of his most iconic, and the series is an enduring screen representation of the danger and glamour of Old Shanghai. In 1996, producer Chiu Chun Keung returned to his most classic work in Once Upon a Time in Shanghai, with popular 90s television stars Sunny Chan, Nadia Chan, and Gordon Lam stepping into the roles made famous by Chow Yun Fat, Angie Chiu, and Ray Liu. The big-budget drama also featured a star-studded supporting cast of Adam Cheng, Carol Cheng, Lui Fong, Gallen Lo, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Eric Tsang, Bowie Lam, and Noel Leung, making it one of the most impressive TVB serials of the mid-90s.

Set in 1930s Shanghai, the story opens with legendary gambler Gon (Adam Cheng) and his vow to recover his father's casino from Shanghai tycoon Fung (Poon Chi Man). In his quest he becomes acquainted with Sou (Carol Cheng), and uncovers her fiance's (Gallen Lo) nefarious conspiracy. Sou gives her heart to Gon, but he can't forget his old love Gu (Maggie Cheung). Meanwhile, up-and-coming gangster Hui Man Keung (Sunny Chan) is quickly making his name in Shanghai. Crossing paths during chaotic times, Hui, Gon, and Ding Lik (Gordon Lam) become brothers and business partners, but Fung recruits Hui and Ding to his side through backhanded methods. Though deeply in love with Fung's daughter Ching Ching (Nadia Chan), Hui can only turn away from love and friendship when Fung's true nature is revealed. Fung, however, is not about to just let Hui walk away.

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TVBI The Academy (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 64.00 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Academy (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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Touted as a new-generation version of the classic Police Cadet series, TVB's popular 2005 drama The Academy takes viewers back through the age-old, crowd-pleasing rituals of the police academy procedural. Top young actors Ron Ng and Sammul Chan star as two cadets with very different personalities, alongside starlet Tavia Yeung and pop singer Fiona Sit in her television debut. Of even greater draw than the young stars though was the return of Michael Miu. The 80s television icon makes his highly anticipated comeback as a tough academy instructor, now playing the senior to a new generation of stars but still looking as dashing as ever. The Academy also co-stars Michelle Yim, Waise Lee, Chin Kar Lok, Liu Kai Chi, and singer Deep Ng.

Instant rivals from day one, headstrong police cadets Chung Lap Man (Ron Ng) and Wai Pa Kiu (Sammul Chan) compete over every little thing, but they can agree on one matter - their mutual enmity for instructor Lee Man Sing (Michael Miu). Peeved by Lee's unreasonable training methods and harsh punishments, the two team up to plot revenge, gradually developing a close friendship along the way. Lap Man and Pa Kiu also encounter romantic interests in brassy canteen worker Fa (Tavia Yeung) and fellow cadet Oi Lam (Fiona Sit), a spoiled rich girl struggling to graduate. Over 27 weeks of grueling training, the willfulness of youth slowly but surely gives way to teamwork, discipline, and determination, and even Lap Man and Pa Kiu begin to understand Lee's tough love. But will Pa Kiu be so forgiving when he discovers that Lee is actually his father?

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TVBI Shine On You (VCD) (Part II) (End) (TVB Drama) at 28.80 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Shine On You (VCD) (Part II) (End) (TVB Drama)
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Shine On You was one of TVB's most anticipated dramas of 2004, marking the long-awaited comeback of top 90s actor Michael Tao. After seven years away from TVB, he reunited with Detective Investigation Files co-star Kenix Kwok, bringing the golden couple of the mid-90s back to television screens. Sealing the trifecta is Tao's longtime buddy and TVB favorite Bobby Au-Yeung. Tao and Au-Yeung both broke through to leading man status during the early 90s with File of Justice, and Shine On You was their first series together in almost a decade. Co-starring Shirley Yeung, Cerina da Graca, and veteran Paul Chun, the 30-episode series revolves around the staff and students of an underdog high school. TVB rounded up many fresh young singers of the time, including Yu Chiu, Roy Chow, and Cookies members Angela, Gloria, and Helena, to play the school's students.

The victim of company politics, competitive businessman Ga (Bobby Au-Yeung) gets unceremoniously booted into a principal position, with the unhappy task of cleaning up a failing high school. Faced with apathetic teachers, underperforming problem students, and lagging enrollment, Ga applies cold business strategies to high school administration. In his one-minded quest to cut costs, his top candidates for the axe are industrious new teacher Wong (Kenix Kwok) and the unmotivated Tsang (Michael Tao). Wong's dedication to teaching, however, slowly inspires both Tsang and Ga to embrace their jobs. As the school begins to pick up, so too does their rivalry for Wong's affections!

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TVBI Shine On You (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 60.80 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Shine On You (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 86.30
Shine On You was one of TVB's most anticipated dramas of 2004, marking the long-awaited comeback of top 90s actor Michael Tao. After seven years away from TVB, he reunited with Detective Investigation Files co-star Kenix Kwok, bringing the golden couple of the mid-90s back to television screens. Sealing the trifecta is Tao's longtime buddy and TVB favorite Bobby Au-Yeung. Tao and Au-Yeung both broke through to leading man status during the early 90s with File of Justice, and Shine On You was their first series together in almost a decade. Co-starring Shirley Yeung, Cerina da Graca, and veteran Paul Chun, the 30-episode series revolves around the staff and students of an underdog high school. TVB rounded up many fresh young singers of the time, including Yu Chiu, Roy Chow, and Cookies members Angela, Gloria, and Helena, to play the school's students.

The victim of company politics, competitive businessman Ga (Bobby Au-Yeung) gets unceremoniously booted into a principal position, with the unhappy task of cleaning up a failing high school. Faced with apathetic teachers, underperforming problem students, and lagging enrollment, Ga applies cold business strategies to high school administration. In his one-minded quest to cut costs, his top candidates for the axe are industrious new teacher Wong (Kenix Kwok) and the unmotivated Tsang (Michael Tao). Wong's dedication to teaching, however, slowly inspires both Tsang and Ga to embrace their jobs. As the school begins to pick up, so too does their rivalry for Wong's affections!

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TVBI Hearts Of Fencing (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 22.40 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Hearts Of Fencing (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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In answer to the rise of Taiwanese idol dramas, in 2003 TVB produced its own 11-episode youth drama Hearts of Fencing. From the newcomer cast to the wistful story to the fresh shooting technique, Hearts of Fencing was quite different from traditional TVB series, and successfully left a deep impression on viewers. Met with both popularity and acclaim, the drama is not only a youth classic for Hong Kong television, but also one of TVB's more memorable productions of the early oughties. Hearts of Fencing is completely headlined by newcomers of the time with TVB protege Chris Lai Lok Yi and singers Don Li and Race Wong of 2R leading the show, along with Natalie Tong, Sam Chan, Eddie Lee, Elaine Yiu, Kelly Fu, and Renee Tai. Singer Edmond Leung and Eileen Yeow take supporting roles as teachers. The drama also generated buzz with a bevy of celebrity cameos including Nicholas Tse, Eason Chan, Alex Fong, Edison Chen, Mini Cookies, Boy'z, Shine, Joey Yung, Yumiko Cheng, and Bobo Chen.

Hearts of Fencing revolves around the friendship, romance, and coming-of-age trials among a group of high school friends. Brothers Yat (Chris Lai) and Lok (Don Li) are like day and night when it comes to personality and grades, but they end up both falling for the same girl (Race Wong) and the sport of fencing. Along with arrogant rich kid Don (Eddie Lee), loyal sidekick Lung (Sam Chan), fangirl Ching (Natalie Tong), innocent bookworm Man (Elaine Yiu), food lover Yee (Renee Tai), and romance expert Mui (Kelly Fu), the friends go through the ups and downs of youth, but the price of growing up is higher than they could have ever imagined.

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TVBI The Final Combat (VCD) (Part I) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama) at 48.00 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Final Combat (VCD) (Part I) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama)
S$ 68.10
The unstoppable trio of Stephen Chow, Ng Man Tat, and writer-director Lee Lik Chi ruled Hong Kong Cinema in the 1990s with blockbuster comedies like Flirting Scholar, God of Cookery, and The King of Comedy, but their golden collaboration actually began in television. In 1989, they collaborated in two extremely popular TVB dramas, the nonsensical martial arts comedy The Final Combat and urban drama The Justice of Life, launching Stephen Chow into great fame. One of TVB's most classic series, The Final Combat was Chow's first drama as a leading man, and an early forerunner of the riotous period spoofs and motormouth "mo lei tau" humor that would later become his box-office signature. The Final Combat was so popular at the time, Chow's catchphrases in the drama became common colloquial expressions in Hong Kong.

Comedy king Stephen Chow stars as mouthy accidental hero Duan Fei, the capricious and cowardly son of an esteemed martial arts master. Weathering worldly dangers through quick wit and dumb luck, Fei vastly prefers afternoon tea over martial arts duels, but somehow he gets pulled into the center of an epic battle of good versus evil that could bring down the entire martial arts world. Chow's frequent sidekick Ng Man Tat works double in two different roles - a deadly serious swordsman and a villainous transsexual! Also an acclaimed film actor now, Francis Ng is in full-on evil overacting mode as Chow's duplicitous adopted brother who jumps to the dark side in his quest for power.

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TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 83.20 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 118.00
Chow Yun Fat's 1980 TVB series The Bund is one of the most classic Chinese dramas of all time, popular both in Hong Kong and overseas. Chow's memorable performance as Hui Man Keung remains one of his most iconic, and the series is an enduring screen representation of the danger and glamour of Old Shanghai. In 1996, producer Chiu Chun Keung returned to his most classic work in Once Upon a Time in Shanghai, with popular 90s television stars Sunny Chan, Nadia Chan, and Gordon Lam stepping into the roles made famous by Chow Yun Fat, Angie Chiu, and Ray Liu. The big-budget drama also featured a star-studded supporting cast of Adam Cheng, Carol Cheng, Lui Fong, Gallen Lo, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Eric Tsang, Bowie Lam, and Noel Leung, making it one of the most impressive TVB serials of the mid-90s.

Set in 1930s Shanghai, the story opens with legendary gambler Gon (Adam Cheng) and his vow to recover his father's casino from Shanghai tycoon Fung (Poon Chi Man). In his quest he becomes acquainted with Sou (Carol Cheng), and uncovers her fiance's (Gallen Lo) nefarious conspiracy. Sou gives her heart to Gon, but he can't forget his old love Gu (Maggie Cheung). Meanwhile, up-and-coming gangster Hui Man Keung (Sunny Chan) is quickly making his name in Shanghai. Crossing paths during chaotic times, Hui, Gon, and Ding Lik (Gordon Lam) become brothers and business partners, but Fung recruits Hui and Ding to his side through backhanded methods. Though deeply in love with Fung's daughter Ching Ching (Nadia Chan), Hui can only turn away from love and friendship when Fung's true nature is revealed. Fung, however, is not about to just let Hui walk away.

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TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama) at 41.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Once Upon A Time In Shanghai (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 59.00
Chow Yun Fat's 1980 TVB series The Bund is one of the most classic Chinese dramas of all time, popular in both Hong Kong and overseas. Chow's memorable performance as Hui Man Keung remains one of his most iconic, and the series is an enduring screen representation of the danger and glamour of Old Shanghai. In 1996, producer Chiu Chun Keung returned to his most classic work in Once Upon a Time in Shanghai, with popular 90s television stars Sunny Chan, Nadia Chan, and Gordon Lam stepping into the roles made famous by Chow Yun Fat, Angie Chiu, and Ray Liu. The big-budget drama also featured a star-studded supporting cast of Adam Cheng, Carol Cheng, Lui Fong, Gallen Lo, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Eric Tsang, Bowie Lam, and Noel Leung, making it one of the most impressive TVB serials of the mid-90s.

Set in 1930s Shanghai, the story opens with legendary gambler Gon (Adam Cheng) and his vow to recover his father's casino from Shanghai tycoon Fung (Poon Chi Man). In his quest he becomes acquainted with Sou (Carol Cheng), and uncovers her fiance's (Gallen Lo) nefarious conspiracy. Sou gives her heart to Gon, but he can't forget his old love Gu (Maggie Cheung). Meanwhile, up-and-coming gangster Hui Man Keung (Sunny Chan) is quickly making his name in Shanghai. Crossing paths during chaotic times, Hui, Gon, and Ding Lik (Gordon Lam) become brothers and business partners, but Fung recruits Hui and Ding to his side through backhanded methods. Though deeply in love with Fung's daughter Ching Ching (Nadia Chan), Hui can only turn away from love and friendship when Fung's true nature is revealed. Fung, however, is not about to just let Hui walk away.

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TVBI The Last Performance (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 38.40 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Last Performance (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 54.50
TVB's 1985 youth drama The Last Performance is an electric, energy-charged series set in the music and dance industry. Appropriately enough, the drama's lead is none other than Andy Lau, who was already a big television star at the time thanks to Return of the Condor Hero and Duke of Mount Deer. Teresa Mo, now also an established big-screen actress, co-stars in this 20-episode drama, along with Yim Chau Wah and dancer-turned-actress Wong Ming Man. Far from a light offering, The Last Performance delves into the complicated relationships and competitive reality of the modern generation, following the evolving friendship and romance of four young people in the face of trials and temptations.

DJ Yip Jin Lung (Andy Lau) is the best of friends with neighbor Tsang Ji Leung (Yim Chau Wah). The two share many of the same interests and thoughts, which becomes a problem when they fall for the same girl: dancer Chow Ching (Teresa Mo). After winning a dance competition, Ching enlists Leung to help manage her blossoming career, while Lung begins to make tracks in the music industry. Success comes with a price, however, and both Leung and Lung are tested by Ching's envious friend June (Wong Ming Man) who tries to seduce them. The tangled relationships and fragile friendships come to a head when Leung resorts to violent measures to keep Ching by his side.

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TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (Part 1) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama) at 25.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (Part 1) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama)
S$ 36.30
An early Five Tigers title, TVB's 1981 period drama The Lonely Hunter marked the first leading role for top 80s star Felix Wong, who had only recently graduated from the studio's acting program at the time. Wong rose to instant stardom when the drama was aired, and The Lonely Hunter remains one of his most representative works. Also making his acting breakthrough in a signature morally conflicted role was fellow Tiger Michael Miu who found immediate heartthrob status with his dashing looks. As a sign of TVB's push for the up-and-coming newcomers, Miu and Wong were supported by stars like Carol Cheng, Shek Sau, Lau Daan, and Chan Man Yee in the drama. Revolving around underworld power struggle in Old Shanghai, this 25-episode classic is a great opportunity to see two of Hong Kong's greatest television actors in early star-making roles.

Lee Tong (Felix Wong) grew up with only one intent in mind: revenge. After his gangster father died in the hands of friends Fang and Fong, Tong was raised by his father's henchman, trained to be a lone assassin. Coming of age, he finally sets his plan into action and kills an underworld boss. Timid driver Au Yeung Gong (Michael Miu) unwittingly witnesses the crime but is too scared to rat out Lee, leading to an unexpected friendship. Gong ends up helping Tong enter the organization, laying the path for Tong's revenge. As time passes, Tong's cold and lonely front begins to fade as he experiences life, love, and friendship for the time, but Gong is slowly transformed from a naive youth to a cold-blooded killer.

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TVBI The Academy (VCD) (Part I) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama) at 32.00 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Academy (VCD) (Part I) (To Be Continued) (TVB Drama)
S$ 45.40
Touted as a new-generation version of the classic Police Cadet series, TVB's popular 2005 drama The Academy takes viewers back through the age-old, crowd-pleasing rituals of the police academy procedural. Top young actors Ron Ng and Sammul Chan star as two cadets with very different personalities, alongside starlet Tavia Yeung and pop singer Fiona Sit in her television debut. Of even greater draw than the young stars though was the return of Michael Miu. The 80s television icon makes his highly anticipated comeback as a tough academy instructor, now playing the senior to a new generation of stars but still looking as dashing as ever. The Academy also co-stars Michelle Yim, Waise Lee, Chin Kar Lok, Liu Kai Chi, and singer Deep Ng.

Instant rivals from day one, headstrong police cadets Chung Lap Man (Ron Ng) and Wai Pa Kiu (Sammul Chan) compete over every little thing, but they can agree on one matter - their mutual enmity for instructor Lee Man Sing (Michael Miu). Peeved by Lee's unreasonable training methods and harsh punishments, the two team up to plot revenge, gradually developing a close friendship along the way. Lap Man and Pa Kiu also encounter romantic interests in brassy canteen worker Fa (Tavia Yeung) and fellow cadet Oi Lam (Fiona Sit), a spoiled rich girl struggling to graduate. Over 27 weeks of grueling training, the willfulness of youth slowly but surely gives way to teamwork, discipline, and determination, and even Lap Man and Pa Kiu begin to understand Lee's tough love. But will Pa Kiu be so forgiving when he discovers that Lee is actually his father?

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TVBI The Young Heroes Of Shaolin (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 35.20 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Young Heroes Of Shaolin (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 49.90
Featuring some of the biggest young stars of the day, TVB's 1981 drama The Young Heroes of Shaolin has long been a nostalgic favorite amongst Hong Kong television fans. Shek Sau, Stephen Tung, and Michael Miu took on the classic roles of Hung Hei Kwun, Fong Sai Yuk, and Wu Wai Kin, storied national heroes who have been fictionalized on screen many times including in Jet Li's Fong Sai Yuk and New Legend of Shaolin. The Young Heroes of Shaolin focuses on the willful experiences and encounters of their youth and their days as disciples at Shaolin Temple, with memorable scenes of their martial arts training and their fight out of the famous "wooden men alley", a rite of passage that disciples must go through in order to leave Shaolin. These parts are especially exciting as Stephen Tung is an accomplished martial artist and is in fact now a renowned action choreographer. This classic drama also features Felix Wong and actresses Wong Hang Sau, Suet Lei, and Au-Yeung Pui San.

During the early years of the Qing Dynasty, many patriotic men have secretly joined forces to oppose Manchurian rule in hopes of restoring sovereignty to the Han Chinese. Young hero Hung Hei Kwun (Shek Sau) is plotting with the Heaven and Earth Society to overthrow the dynasty, but when Qing soldiers storm a secret meeting, he only narrowly escapes. While laying low from troops, he encounters Wu Wai Kin (Michael Miu) and Fong Sai Yuk (Stephen Tung), who snatches an important seal from Hung. At his mother's orders, the aimless Fong then reluctantly heads to Shaolin with Wu in tow to refine his martial arts skills, and Hung follows to retrieve his seal. Despite a rocky beginning, a close brotherhood forms as they undergo vigorous training together as Shaolin disciples. When Wu's parents get killed, the three of them fight as one to avenge their deaths and further the patriotic cause.

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TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama) at 25.60 USD from YesAsia
TVBI The Lonely Hunter (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama)
S$ 36.30
An early Five Tigers title, TVB's 1981 period drama The Lonely Hunter marked the first leading role for top 80s star Felix Wong, who had only recently graduated from the studio's acting program at the time. Wong rose to instant stardom when the drama was aired, and The Lonely Hunter remains one of his most representative works. Also making his acting breakthrough in a signature morally conflicted role was fellow Tiger Michael Miu who found immediate heartthrob status with his dashing looks. As a sign of TVB's push for the up-and-coming newcomers, Miu and Wong were supported by stars like Carol Cheng, Shek Sau, Lau Daan, and Chan Man Yee in the drama. Revolving around underworld power struggle in Old Shanghai, this 25-episode classic is a great opportunity to see two of Hong Kong's greatest television actors in early star-making roles.

Lee Tong (Felix Wong) grew up with only one intent in mind: revenge. After his gangster father died in the hands of friends Fang and Fong, Tong was raised by his father's henchman, trained to be a lone assassin. Coming of age, he finally sets his plan into action and kills an underworld boss. Timid driver Au Yeung Gong (Michael Miu) unwittingly witnesses the crime but is too scared to rat out Lee, leading to an unexpected friendship. Gong ends up helping Tong enter the organization, laying the path for Tong's revenge. As time passes, Tong's cold and lonely front begins to fade as he experiences life, love, and friendship for the time, but Gong is slowly transformed from a naive youth to a cold-blooded killer.

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Shine On You was one of TVB's most anticipated dramas of 2004, marking the long-awaited comeback of top 90s actor Michael Tao. After seven years away from TVB, he reunited with Detective Investigation Files co-star Kenix Kwok, bringing the golden couple of the mid-90s back to television screens. Sealing the trifecta is Tao's longtime buddy and TVB favorite Bobby Au-Yeung. Tao and Au-Yeung both broke through to leading man status during the early 90s with File of Justice, and Shine On You was their first series together in almost a decade. Co-starring Shirley Yeung, Cerina da Graca, and veteran Paul Chun, the 30-episode series revolves around the staff and students of an underdog high school. TVB rounded up many fresh young singers of the time, including Yu Chiu, Roy Chow, and Cookies members Angela, Gloria, and Helena, to play the school's students.

The victim of company politics, competitive businessman Ga (Bobby Au-Yeung) gets unceremoniously booted into a principal position, with the unhappy task of cleaning up a failing high school. Faced with apathetic teachers, underperforming problem students, and lagging enrollment, Ga applies cold business strategies to high school administration. In his one-minded quest to cut costs, his top candidates for the axe are industrious new teacher Wong (Kenix Kwok) and the unmotivated Tsang (Michael Tao). Wong's dedication to teaching, however, slowly inspires both Tsang and Ga to embrace their jobs. As the school begins to pick up, so too does their rivalry for Wong's affections!

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Discover the classic Chinese folk tale about ten siblings with extraordinary powers in the TVB period drama Ten Brothers. Shot in 2004 and aired on TVB in 2007 as the Lunar New Year drama, Ten Brothers turned into a massive sleeper hit and became one of the highest-rated programs of the year. In a rare move, TVB even aired the series again on rerun only half a year later. Although Ten Brothers has already been adapted for film and television numerous times, TVB's take on the story - fusing age-old lessons with new-age special effects and makeup - proved to be very successful and popular, especially among families and children. Starring together for the first time since they met on the set of Down Memory Lane in 1995, real-life husband and wife Frankie Lam and Kenix Kwok lead the cast as the loving, but overwhelmed parents of ten very special children. The drama's colorful ensemble cast includes up-and-coming artists like Chris Lai, EEG singer Don Li, Jack Wu, and Matt Yeung, plus television starlets Nancy Wu and Leila Tong and established actors Ellesmere Choy and Liu Kai Chi.

One day, a deity descends from the skies with ten pearls. Wealthy girl Hau Yee (Kenix Kwok) accidentally swallows the pearls and becomes pregnant before marriage, much to the wrath of her family and the village. To save her from execution, poor dessert vendor Tai Ha (Frankie Lam), who secretly loves Hau Yee, claims responsibility and they get married. Hau Yee gives birth to ten boys who grow up overnight: Sharp Eyes (Chris Lai), Big Ears (James Lam), Triceps (Jack Wu), Naughty (Don Li), Fly Five (Nicky Law), Copper Head (Kwok Jing), Long Legs (Matt Yeung), Land Breaker (Russell Cheung), Big Mouth (Yip Wai), and Crying Baby (Jaffery Wong). The adult-sized children bring waves of chaos, and it's not long before two of the boys wander off and disappear. After sending away three other kids, Tai Ha and Hau Yee toil hard to bring up the remaining five children who soon develop some strange super powers to complement their strange appearances. Though the kids try to keep their powers a secret, they find themselves in a dangerous bind when they attract the attentions of some unscrupulous bad guys.

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Starring Felix Wong, Deric Wan, Yammie Nam, Kathy Chow, Maggie Shiu and Carina Lau, the TVB melodrama series Looking Back in Anger was one of Hong Kong's most classic modern dramas of the eighties. Produced by Wai Ka Fai, the twist-filled story of fractured brotherhood was a huge hit when it aired in 1989. The series launched Deric Wan, in particular, to fame for his compelling performance as the irredeemably wayward antagonist, considered one of the most memorable villains of Hong Kong television.

After Fong (Yammie Nam) was falsely accused of murder and sentenced to death, Wan (So Hang Suen) adopted her two sons and raised them as her own. Twenty years later, Kin (Felix Wong) and Hong (Deric Wan) have grown up and are as close as can be, but a rift begins to grow between the brothers when they both fall for Wan's niece Wah (Kathy Chow). Blinded by greed and ambition, Hong chooses to work with Bong (Ngok Wah), the prosecutor that drove his mother to death, leading the brothers to fall out with each other. Traversing an ever darkening path, Hong then turns against his girlfriend (Maggie Shiu) and his brother in shockingly brutal manner.

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The unstoppable trio of Stephen Chow, Ng Man Tat, and writer-director Lee Lik Chi ruled Hong Kong Cinema in the 1990s with blockbuster comedies like Flirting Scholar, God of Cookery, and The King of Comedy, but their golden collaboration actually began in television. In 1989, they collaborated in two extremely popular TVB dramas, the nonsensical martial arts comedy The Final Combat and urban drama The Justice of Life, launching Stephen Chow into great fame. One of TVB's most classic series, The Final Combat was Chow's first drama as a leading man, and an early forerunner of the riotous period spoofs and motormouth "mo lei tau" humor that would later become his box-office signature. The Final Combat was so popular at the time, Chow's catchphrases in the drama became common colloquial expressions in Hong Kong.

Comedy king Stephen Chow stars as mouthy accidental hero Duan Fei, the capricious and cowardly son of an esteemed martial arts master. Weathering worldly dangers through quick wit and dumb luck, Fei vastly prefers afternoon tea over martial arts duels, but somehow he gets pulled into the center of an epic battle of good versus evil that could bring down the entire martial arts world. Chow's frequent sidekick Ng Man Tat works double in two different roles - a deadly serious swordsman and a villainous transsexual! Also an acclaimed film actor now, Francis Ng is in full-on evil overacting mode as Chow's duplicitous adopted brother who jumps to the dark side in his quest for power.

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The 1986 TVB drama Legend of Wong Tai Sin chronicles the amazing life of Chinese folk hero and deity Wong Tai Sin. A Daoist deity known for the power of healing, Wong Tai Sin has an especially devoted following in Hong Kong where his temple is always bustling and an entire district of the city bears his name. Setting aside his swordsman image, television legend Adam Cheng portrays a hero for the ages, bringing alive the Legend of Wong Tai Sin. The drama's cast features some of the most popular actresses of the 1980s including Chan Sau Chu, Teresa Mo, Sheren Teng, Au-Yeung Pui San, and Kitty Lai, as well as 60s matinee idol Patrick Tse in the role of the villain.

Deity Chisong (Adam Cheng) controls wind and rain, but when he breaks the rules of heaven, the Jade Emperor banishes him to the mortal world. On earth, Chizongzi is reborn as Wong Cho Ping into a poor peasant family, but an extraordinary road lies ahead of him. He learns medicine from a mysterious doctor, but is forced to flee town after witnessing Prince Lung (Patrick Tse) murder his father. In the serenity of the mountains, he encounters four fairies who teach him magic. Meanwhile, Lung falls deeper and deeper into the dark side, usurping the throne and killing the innocent in his pursuit of power. To save his people from suffering, Ping leaves the mountain to battle Lung once and for all.

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TVBI Beyond The Rose Garden (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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Long before Lust, Caution, Infernal Affairs, and Hero, acclaimed Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai paid his dues on television, starring in many classic dramas that are still fondly remembered by Hong Kong audiences. After graduating from TVB's acting classes in 1982, Leung quickly rose to stardom and became one of the studio's top actors in the 1980s through hit series like Police Cadet and Duke of Mount Deer. His first proper leading role came in 1983 with the touching drama Beyond the Rose Garden, co-starring popular actress and host Money Lo and veterans Louise Lee and Patrick Tse. Fans can also look out for faces in the crowd like Stephen Chow, Francis Ng, and Bobby Au-Yeung, all newcomers at the time.

Raised in a Macau monastery, Ma Tin Yau (Tony Leung) grew up in the dark about his family background. Though his relationship with nun Hong Nei (Louise Lee) is as close as mother and son, he can't help being curious about his origins. After turning 19, Tin Yau goes to Hong Kong in search for his birth parents. There he encounters and falls in love with a girl (Money Lo), but is devastated when he realizes she might be his sister. Tin Yau returns to Macau in such a state of despair that Hong Nei finally breaks down and tells him the truth about his parents. Can Tin Yau overcome the tragedy of twenty years ago, and repair relations with the family he never had?

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The unstoppable trio of Stephen Chow, Ng Man Tat, and writer-director Lee Lik Chi ruled Hong Kong Cinema in the 1990s with blockbuster comedies like Flirting Scholar, God of Cookery, and The King of Comedy, but their golden collaboration actually began in television. In 1989, they collaborated in two extremely popular TVB dramas, the nonsensical martial arts comedy The Final Combat and urban drama The Justice of Life, launching Stephen Chow into great fame. One of TVB's most classic series, The Final Combat was Chow's first drama as a leading man, and an early forerunner of the riotous period spoofs and motormouth "mo lei tau" humor that would later become his box-office signature. The Final Combat was so popular at the time, Chow's catchphrases in the drama became common colloquial expressions in Hong Kong.

Comedy king Stephen Chow stars as mouthy accidental hero Duan Fei, the capricious and cowardly son of an esteemed martial arts master. Weathering worldly dangers through quick wit and dumb luck, Fei vastly prefers afternoon tea over martial arts duels, but somehow he gets pulled into the center of an epic battle of good versus evil that could bring down the entire martial arts world. Chow's frequent sidekick Ng Man Tat works double in two different roles - a deadly serious swordsman and a villainous transsexual! Also an acclaimed film actor now, Francis Ng is in full-on evil overacting mode as Chow's duplicitous adopted brother who jumps to the dark side in his quest for power.

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One of Hong Kong's most classic television series ever, TVB's 1992 drama The Greed of Man set the model for all grand modern dramas that would follow. Backdropped by the financial turbulence of 1980s and 90s Hong Kong, The Greed of Man tells a ruthless and tragic saga of family rivalry, power struggle, and the violent pursuit of wealth. Shedding his heroic swordsman image, Adam Cheng creates his most memorable modern drama role in Ding Hai, a man of humble origins and ruthless determination who is consumed by his own greed. Produced by renowned director Wai Ka Fai, The Greed of Man features an amazing lineup of veteran actors and rising stars. Adam Cheng's enormous performance leading the way for a cast that includes Damian Lau, Lau Ching Wan, Michael Tao, David Siu, Derek Kwok, Ng Kai Ming, Kenneth Tsang, and Bowie Lam, plus Amy Kwok, Vivian Chow, Nammie Yam, Rachel Lee, and Yeung Ling.

Uneducated, stubborn, and somewhat mad, Ding Hai (Adam Cheng) befriends and later murders wealthy stockbroker Fong Chun Sun (Damian Lau). From this shocking betrayal begins a long and harrowing cycle of revenge and violence that extends many years and trickles mercilessly down to the next generation. Fong's son Chin Bok (Lau Ching Wan) struggles to continue his father's battle against corruption in the stock markets, while Ding and his four equally ruthless sons ride their tides in the market and the underworld, acquiring great wealth and leaving a bloody trail behind them. As the enmity between the Ding and Fong families builds and boils, life and death is eventually settled on the trading floor.

Stock markets often dictate the fates of characters onscreen, but Ding Hai is perhaps the only character that can claim the opposite. Hong Kong stocks plunged dramatically during the series' broadcast, and The Greed of Man came to be linked with the market in real life, marking the beginning of a phenomenon dubbed the "Ding Hai Effect" - whenever Adam Cheng dramas are aired, the stock markets inexplicably fall.

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TVBI Rainbow Round My Shoulder (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama) at 38.40 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Rainbow Round My Shoulder (VCD) (End) (TVB Drama)
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Maggie Cheung makes her leading actress debut in the classic 1984 TVB drama Rainbow Round My Shoulder. Only 20 years old at the time, Maggie Cheung was fresh from her second-place win at the Miss Hong Kong pageant and at the beginning of a career that would eventually make her Hong Kong's most luminary actress. Co-starring fellow television newcomer Chim Bing Hei, as well as stars-in-the-making Lau Ching Wan, Yammie Nam, and Ray Liu, Rainbow Round My Shoulder revolves around the dreams and uncertainties of a group of young friends as they step into society. Underlined by Danny Chan's classic theme song, Rainbow Round My Shoulder is one of TVB's most memorable youth dramas and a great opportunity to see the young Maggie Cheung.

Aspiring comic book artist Tang Kin Bong (Chim Bing Hei) has never been much of a student, made worse by the fact that his older brother is a medical student. Kin Bong starts an office job after high school and becomes enamored with his colleague Chui Yi (Maggie Cheung), but it turns out she already has a boyfriend (Ray Lui). After he gets fired over a dispute with the company, Kin Bong decides to publish a comic with his friends Jing Wan (Yeung Chak Lam) and Ka Kan (Lau Ching Wan). The comic sells well, opening new doors for the friends as they move forward toward their dreams. Success in career and romance, however, leads to fallout in friendship.

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The best way to the heart is through the stomach. TVB's 2001 drama A Taste of Love tells a lighthearted, uplifting story about food, family, and love on picturesque Lamma Island, one of Hong Kong's outlying fishing islands. Top television stars Lawrence Ng and Flora Chan lead an impressive cast of up-and-coming actors and respected veterans. A Taste of Love was one of Raymond Lam's debut dramas, aired in Hong Kong the same year as Stepping Into the Past, and his potential was already clear playing opposite pop diva Miriam Yeung, in one of her few TVB drama appearances. Also on the verge of breakthrough at the time was Joe Ma, who has since become one of TVB's top actors. Actresses Joyce Tang and Hilary Tsui and veterans Suet Lei, Gordon Liu, and Shing Fui On all take supporting roles in this engaging, underrated romantic drama.

After her father's passing, kindergarten teacher Fa Ji (Flora Chan) receives partial ownership of his seafood restaurant on Lamma Island. Neither her stepmother (Suet Lei) nor her half-brother Seung Yau (Raymond Lam) know of her existence, and unsure how to face them, Fa Ji pretends to be their debtor. Their restaurant was once the best of Lamma, but has slipped greatly in the hands of laidback, aimless Seung Yau. To save the restaurant and motivate her brother, Fa Ji hires bad-tempered master chef Ma Yau (Lawrence Ng), who is hiding on Lamma for reasons of his own. The restaurant also becomes the refuge for bumbling aspiring singer Candy (Miriam Yeung). Amidst clattering dishes and constant bickering, close bonds develop as Seung Yau grows as a cook and Fa Ji slowly reaches through to Ma Yau's heart. But can this haven hold when Ma Yau's rival (Joe Ma) and ex-girlfriend (Joyce Tang) make their way to Lamma, and Fa Ji's real identity is revealed?

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Bringing together two generations of great actors, TVB's 2003 anniversary series Point of No Return is a grand period drama about the struggle for power, money, and love in 1920s China. Veteran actor Damian Lau reunites with his screen partner Angie Chiu, who returned to acting in 2003 after years of semi-retirement. Television viewers were thrilled to see this golden couple of the 1970s gracing the small screen together again after so many years. On the younger end, the pairing of popular actors Julian Cheung and Charmaine Sheh, whose previous performances in Return of the Cuckoo made them one of the most memorable television couples of the 2000s, is also a great draw for the drama.

Shipping magnate Chow Ming Hin (Damian Lau) heads one of the biggest shipping companies in 1920s Guangzhou. Power and wealth do not come easy however, and Chow must carry the burden of protecting and expanding this 50-year family business. In addition to fending off the constant competition and dirty tricks of industry rivals, he must also deal with the conflicts and power struggle within his own family and his relationship with his true love (Angie Chiu), whom he has kept in the shadow for years. When Chow falls ill, the company comes to the hands of his aimless and irresponsible son, Tin Chi (Julian Cheung), who is uninterested in running the business. Rivals quickly take advantage of the situation, and soon Tin Chi and the company are faced with a crisis situation.

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TVB takes family feuding and corporate powerplay to the next level in the 2005 grand drama Revolving Doors of Vengeance. Beneath the grand and glittering exterior of a world-class hotel lies competition and deception as one family volleys for control of the board. Top television stars Ron Ng, Joe Ma, and Kenix Kwok headline this popular drama, along with singer Ella Koon in her television acting debut, Derek Kwok, Ellesmere Choi, Winnie Yeung, Lau Dan, Lo Hoi Pang, and Shaw Brothers star David Chiang.

As soon as hotel tycoon Wong Yu Ting (Lau Dan) passes away, the family begins to fall apart as longtime rivalries and inheritance disputes boil over. Rebellious third son Kit (Ron Ng) leaves home in a fit of anger, and his mother is soon forced out by his two half-brothers. But the family is in for an even bigger surprise. Prior to his death, all of Wong Yu Ting's hotel shares were actually acquired by a man named Ko Fung (Joe Ma) who has come to get revenge on the Wong family. In the face of a ruthless new chairman intent on ousting them from the hotel, the Wong brothers and their crafty uncle (David Chiang) form and break alliances in a twist-filled battle of wits. In this ruthless game, it's impossible to know who's enemy and who's family until the very end.

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An epic television series chronicles the rise and fall of a real estate mongul! At the end of the millenium in the year 2000, the force of the significant change of time is captured in At the Threshold of an Era! TVB uses all the firepower in the arsenal and enlisted the top players in its stable, with Gallen Lo, Kenix Kwok, Sunny Chan, Ada Choi, Louis Koo, Roger Kwok, Flora Chan and legend Lisa Wang starring in this 105 episode series!

When it was first aired in 2000, it had to be split into two parts. At the Threshold of an Era II is the second half of the series and is just as fascinating as the first half. Gallen Lo stars as a real estate mongul in Hong Kong who would do anything in exchange for profits. With stunning performances, this is one of the top television series from TVB's contemporary classics!

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TVB takes family feuding and corporate powerplay to the next level in the 2005 grand drama Revolving Doors of Vengeance. Beneath the grand and glittering exterior of a world-class hotel lies competition and deception as one family volleys for control of the board. Top television stars Ron Ng, Joe Ma, and Kenix Kwok headline this popular drama, along with singer Ella Koon in her television acting debut, Derek Kwok, Ellesmere Choi, Winnie Yeung, Lau Dan, Lo Hoi Pang, and Shaw Brothers star David Chiang.

As soon as hotel tycoon Wong Yu Ting (Lau Dan) passes away, the family begins to fall apart as longtime rivalries and inheritance disputes boil over. Rebellious third son Kit (Ron Ng) leaves home in a fit of anger, and his mother is soon forced out by his two half-brothers. But the family is in for an even bigger surprise. Prior to his death, all of Wong Yu Ting's hotel shares were actually acquired by a man named Ko Fung (Joe Ma) who has come to get revenge on the Wong family. In the face of a ruthless new chairman intent on ousting them from the hotel, the Wong brothers and their crafty uncle (David Chiang) form and break alliances in a twist-filled battle of wits. In this ruthless game, it's impossible to know who's enemy and who's family until the very end.

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TVBI The Academy (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama) at 32.00 USD from YesAsia
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Touted as a new-generation version of the classic Police Cadet series, TVB's popular 2005 drama The Academy takes viewers back through the age-old, crowd-pleasing rituals of the police academy procedural. Top young actors Ron Ng and Sammul Chan star as two cadets with very different personalities, alongside starlet Tavia Yeung and pop singer Fiona Sit in her television debut. Of even greater draw than the young stars though was the return of Michael Miu. The 80s television icon makes his highly anticipated comeback as a tough academy instructor, now playing the senior to a new generation of stars but still looking as dashing as ever. The Academy also co-stars Michelle Yim, Waise Lee, Chin Kar Lok, Liu Kai Chi, and singer Deep Ng.

Instant rivals from day one, headstrong police cadets Chung Lap Man (Ron Ng) and Wai Pa Kiu (Sammul Chan) compete over every little thing, but they can agree on one matter - their mutual enmity for instructor Lee Man Sing (Michael Miu). Peeved by Lee's unreasonable training methods and harsh punishments, the two team up to plot revenge, gradually developing a close friendship along the way. Lap Man and Pa Kiu also encounter romantic interests in brassy canteen worker Fa (Tavia Yeung) and fellow cadet Oi Lam (Fiona Sit), a spoiled rich girl struggling to graduate. Over 27 weeks of grueling training, the willfulness of youth slowly but surely gives way to teamwork, discipline, and determination, and even Lap Man and Pa Kiu begin to understand Lee's tough love. But will Pa Kiu be so forgiving when he discovers that Lee is actually his father?

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TVBI Revolving Doors Of Vengeance (VCD) (Part 2) (End) (TVB Drama)
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TVB takes family feuding and corporate powerplay to the next level in the 2005 grand drama Revolving Doors of Vengeance. Beneath the grand and glittering exterior of a world-class hotel lies competition and deception as one family volleys for control of the board. Top television stars Ron Ng, Joe Ma, and Kenix Kwok headline this popular drama, along with singer Ella Koon in her television acting debut, Derek Kwok, Ellesmere Choi, Winnie Yeung, Lau Dan, Lo Hoi Pang, and Shaw Brothers star David Chiang.

As soon as hotel tycoon Wong Yu Ting (Lau Dan) passes away, the family begins to fall apart as longtime rivalries and inheritance disputes boil over. Rebellious third son Kit (Ron Ng) leaves home in a fit of anger, and his mother is soon forced out by his two half-brothers. But the family is in for an even bigger surprise. Prior to his death, all of Wong Yu Ting's hotel shares were actually acquired by a man named Ko Fung (Joe Ma) who has come to get revenge on the Wong family. In the face of a ruthless new chairman intent on ousting them from the hotel, the Wong brothers and their crafty uncle (David Chiang) form and break alliances in a twist-filled battle of wits. In this ruthless game, it's impossible to know who's enemy and who's family until the very end.

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TVBI Looking Back In Anger ( Part III) (End)
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Starring Felix Wong, Deric Wan, Yammie Nam, Kathy Chow, Maggie Shiu and Carina Lau, the TVB melodrama series Looking Back in Anger was one of Hong Kong's most classic modern dramas of the eighties. Produced by Wai Ka Fai, the twist-filled story of fractured brotherhood was a huge hit when it aired in 1989. The series launched Deric Wan, in particular, to fame for his compelling performance as the irredeemably wayward antagonist, considered one of the most memorable villains of Hong Kong television.

After Fong (Yammie Nam) was falsely accused of murder and sentenced to death, Wan (So Hang Suen) adopted her two sons and raised them as her own. Twenty years later, Kin (Felix Wong) and Hong (Deric Wan) have grown up and are as close as can be, but a rift begins to grow between the brothers when they both fall for Wan's niece Wah (Kathy Chow). Blinded by greed and ambition, Hong chooses to work with Bong (Ngok Wah), the prosecutor that drove his mother to death, leading the brothers to fall out with each other. Traversing an ever darkening path, Hong then turns against his girlfriend (Maggie Shiu) and his brother in shockingly brutal manner.

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TVBI Point Of No Return (VCD) (Part II) (End) (TVB Drama) at 32.00 USD from YesAsia
TVBI Point Of No Return (VCD) (Part II) (End) (TVB Drama)
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Bringing together two generations of great actors, TVB's 2003 anniversary series Point of No Return is a grand period drama about the struggle for power, money, and love in 1920s China. Veteran actor Damian Lau reunites with his screen partner Angie Chiu, who returned to acting in 2003 after years of semi-retirement. Television viewers were thrilled to see this golden couple of the 1970s gracing the small screen together again after so many years. On the younger end, the pairing of popular actors Julian Cheung and Charmaine Sheh, whose previous performances in Return of the Cuckoo made them one of the most memorable television couples of the 2000s, is also a great draw for the drama.

Shipping magnate Chow Ming Hin (Damian Lau) heads one of the biggest shipping companies in 1920s Guangzhou. Power and wealth do not come easy however, and Chow must carry the burden of protecting and expanding this 50-year family business. In addition to fending off the constant competition and dirty tricks of industry rivals, he must also deal with the conflicts and power struggle within his own family and his relationship with his true love (Angie Chiu), whom he has kept in the shadow for years. When Chow falls ill, the company comes to the hands of his aimless and irresponsible son, Tin Chi (Julian Cheung), who is uninterested in running the business. Rivals quickly take advantage of the situation, and soon Tin Chi and the company are faced with a crisis situation.

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