[Official Drama Page] Moonlight Resonance


The Younger Generation
Moses Chan 陳 豪 as Gam Wing Ga 甘永家/ Ah Ka
Raymond Lam 林 峯 as Gam Wing Ho 甘永好/ Ah Ho
Tavia Yeung 楊 怡 as Suen Hou Yuet 孫皓月/ Ah Yuet
Chris Lai Lok Yi 黎諾懿 as Gam Wing Yuen 甘永圓 / Ah Yuen
Fala Chen 陳法拉 as Gam Wing Heng 甘詠慶 /Ah Heng
Vincent Wan 溫家恆 as Gam Wing Chung 甘永中 / Chung Jai
Linda Chung 鍾嘉欣 as Yu So Sum 于素心/ Yu So Chau
Kate Tsui 徐子珊 as Low Ga Mei 路嘉美
Bosco Wong 黃宗澤 as Ling Chi-Shun 凌至信
Dexter Yeung as Cheng Ga Lok 鄭家樂 /Kelvin

The Older Generation
Louise Lee See Kei 李司棋 as Chung Siu Hor 鍾笑荷/ Hor-Ma
Ha Yu 夏 雨 as Gam Tai Jo 甘泰祖 /Jo-bao
Michelle Yim 米 雪 as Yan Hong 殷紅
Susanna Kwan 關菊英 as Chung Siu Sa 鍾笑莎 /Ah Sa
Lee Heung Kam 李香琴 as Grandma
Wayne Lai 黎耀祥 as Nin Chi Yung 年子勇 /Lin Ji Yung
Louis Yuen 阮兆祥 as Yuen Yan Chi 袁恩賜
Chow Chung as Grandpa

Shirley Yeung as Young ‘Hor Ma’
Jack Wu as Young ‘JoBao’
Tracy Ip as 婷 婷 Raymond’s Girlfriend
Astrid Chan as Eliza

Producer: Lau Gar Ho


There is nothing new under the “moon”.
Generations come and go, but the “love” remains forever.

CHUNG SIU HO (Louise Lee Sze Kei) and her husband KAM TAI CHO (Ha Yu) have been working hard for many years to establish a famous reputation for their Moonlight Cake Shop. However, HO discovers that CHO commits adultery with her best friend YAN HUNG (Michelle Yim) and she breaks up with him miserably. HO brings along her children KAM WING HO (Raymond Lam), KAM WING HING (Fala Chen) and her adopted daughter SUEN HO YUET (Tavia Yeung) to set up another cake shop for a living.

HUNG moves in to live with CHO and she starts playing tricks in the family. She tries pleasing her mother-in-law SHEH KWAN LAI (Lee Heung Kam) in every ways while disuniting her stepson and CHO. Outside the family, HUNG starts expanding their business rapidly and HO’s younger sister CHUNG SIU SA (Susanna Kwan) is displeased. SA decides to fight for the ownership of their cake shop’s brand name in court with HUNG and their relationship with HUNG further deteriorates.

Apart from the cake shop business, HO also spends a lot of efforts on her children. Her oldest son KAM WING KA (Moses Chan) is not interested in managing the cake shop at all and he indulges himself on stock trading. He also develops an entangling relationship with his cousin LO KA MEI (Kate Tsui) and YUET at the same time. On the other hand, HO’s younger son WING HO takes up the role of a father in the family and he works hard all the time to earn a living. WING HO loves his childhood friend CHAU (Linda Chung) whole-heartedly but CHAU is in love with the doctor LING CHI SHUN (Bosco Wong).

HO works hard unconditionally to strive for the well being of her family members. HUNG, on the other hand, is a very mean person who values her own benefits only. CHO is caught between the two women all the time and he feels helpless. One day, a disaster happens at the cake shop. Here comes a time when human nature, family bonds and love are brought to a trail.


[Official Drama Page] Legend of the Demigods

Cast: Linda Chung, Benny Chan, Sunny Chan, Halina Tam, Nancy Wu..
Episodes: 22 (44 for Hong Kong)
Producer: Lee Tim Shing (also Producer of Best Bet)


A classic fairy story infused with the latest CGI technology,
It depicts a fight among human, the immortals and the evil spirits!

Influenced by her mother, who has transformed into a magic herb, a cheerful young lady GWAI CHOI-CHI (Linda Chung) has become a demigod. As a child, SHEK KAM-DONG (Benny Chan) was constantly bullied. Wong Tai Sin (literal translation: Great Immortal Wong) pitied him and he has since become a man of unusual physical strength. AN HEI (Sunny Chan) is always sleepy because of a curse that has put on his family. Once, his body has accidentally been rested upon by the God of Sword (Stephen Au) and he has become the master of swordplay since.

The three of them are good friends. They are determined to wipe out the Grand Wizard (Halina Tam). With each of them having an extraordinary power, will they be able to make it and bring peace to human?


[Official Drama Page] The Gem of Life


Cast: Lee See Kei, Bowie Lam, Moses Chan, Ada Choi, Gigi Lai, Maggie Shiu, Bosco Wong, Linda Chung, Wong He, John Chiang, Eddie Kwan, Ngo Wah..
Episodes: 80
Producer: Chik Ki Yee


You may wish to be a famous socialite.
You may wish to have fame and fortune.
But is that really what you will wish for at the end?

In PAK SIU-YAU (LouiseLee See Kei)’s eyes, her three daughters are just as perfect as diamonds. She believes that the greatest blessing for a woman is to marry a wealthy man. To guarantee a better life for her daughters, she has started training the girls since they were young, hoping that they will marry into the richest families when they mature.

YAU’s first daughter HONG NGA-YIN (Maggie Shiu) does not agree with her on her values. Yet when she sees that the man YIN is going out with is KO CHEUNG-SING (Bowie Lam), who is very well-off, she decides to let YIN go with her choice. YAU’s second daughter HONG NGA-TUNG (Gigi Lai) is hopelessly romantic but does not seem to have much luck with men. To make it up to her, YAU seeks to match her up with HO CHIT-NAM (Moses Chan), the son of Hong Kong’s most powerful business tycoon HO FUNG (Ngok Wah). Being the youngest in the family, HONG NGA-SZ (Ada Choi) is well aware of YAU’s concerns. Having recovered from divorce, SZ now decides to pin all her hopes on FUNG.

YAU’s persistence pays off and her daughters have all found a wealthy husband. But money does not really bring them happiness and the sisters are gradually losing themselves in vanity.