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Television Broadcasts Limited (Hong Kong, China)

Works: 4,487 works in 5,381 publications in 3 languages and 8,084 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Comedy films  Romantic comedy films  Television series  Musical films  Historical television programs  Television mini-series  Romance films  Television plays, Chinese  History 
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Publications about Television Broadcasts Limited (Hong Kong, China)
Publications by Television Broadcasts Limited (Hong Kong, China)
Most widely held works about Television Broadcasts Limited (Hong Kong, China)
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Most widely held works by Television Broadcasts Limited (Hong Kong, China)
Ru guo, ai = Perhaps love by Kexin Chen( visu )
3 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in Chinese and held by 101 libraries worldwide
Reality and fantasy begin to merge as Lin tries to rekindle Sun's affections for him, under Nie's grudging watch. Filled with dazzling song and dance sequences and sumptuous images, Perhaps Love weaves a tale of bittersweet love
72 jia zu ke = 72 tenants of prosperity ( visu )
4 editions published in 2010 in Chinese and held by 78 libraries worldwide
"A rival over their beloved girl Pinky turns Ha Kung and Shek Kin, former sworn brothers, into sworn enemies in business and every aspect of life for the past 40 years. Even now, in 2010, the keen battle between them continues and affects their next generation. 4 youngsters with distinctive personalities, and all their hilarious stories are unfolding in the fiercely competitive Sai Yeung Choi Street. Mongkok, the busiest street in the city and home to 72 tenants, where every one of them has to play original yet amusing tricks in commercial business to survive. But one day, Sai Yeung Choi Street is sold to a new landlord who threatens to close down the shops unless his demands for triple rental are met. Sharing the bitter strife against the rapacious landlord, the 72 tenants unite and pledge to safeguard their home in high spirits."--Container
Bao bao qiao jia ren = Perfect wedding ( visu )
6 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 76 libraries worldwide
Lok Yan was left at the altar on her wedding day. Over the next three years she worked feverously to gain notoriety as a wedding planner for many acclaimed celebrities. In a bar on a lonely night, she meets a young attorney, Fung, and they enjoy a passionate night together in a hotel room with no plans to ever meet again. But fate had them together again at a wedding. Their one-night-stand now becomes a debt issue since Fung's boss owes Yan's company fees for 30 weddings
[Shi chang kuai pai] ; [Leiman po chan] ; [Jin rong hai xiao] ( visu )
38 editions published between 2005 and 2008 in Chinese and held by 38 libraries worldwide
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Shi wei nu = Gilded chopsticks ( visu )
3 editions published in 2014 in Vietnamese and Chinese and held by 26 libraries worldwide
"Ko Tin-po (Wong Cho Lam) has tasted many delicacies since he was young. He can easily distinguish between good and bad dishes. Unfortunately, his family's financial woes have left him and his servant Lee Wai (Jack Wu) homeless. They resort to selling buns for a living. Consequently, they meet a street performer, Kei Mo-suet (Joey Meng), the city's most beautiful lady, Nin Yeuk-bik (Nancy Wu), and a young chef, Mai Siu-yu (Stephanie Ho). By chance, Tin-po also comes across the Fourth Imperial Prince Yinzhen played by Ben Wong), whom he instantly gets along with. Tin-po is invited to be a chef in the palace, where he encounters his greatest rival Choi Hok-ting (Bob Lam)... He is unexpectedly brought into the royal succession battle" --container and
Xing zheng chang guan da wen hui ( visu )
22 editions published between 2004 and 2016 in Chinese and held by 23 libraries worldwide
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Cu niang zi = Lady sour ( visu )
3 editions published in 2014 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 23 libraries worldwide
"Cho Tsing and her mother Cho Cho Bi Yue are itinerant beauticians wandering the country in search of Cho Tsing's missing father. In the course of their wanderings, Cho Tsing falls in love with Tsin Tung and the two become husband and wife. San Cha has been Tsin Tung's personal maid since childhood, and the two have an understanding that ignites Cho Tsing's jealousy. Cho Tsing's attempts get rid of San Cha, by marrying her off, backfire when Tsin Tung realises he loves her, takes her as a concubine. Cho Tsing resents having to share a husband with another woman and when Tsin Tung divorces her she seeks solace with another man, her former enemy Kai Chun."-- various websites
Jiujiang shi er fang = River of wine ( visu )
4 editions published in 2011 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 20 libraries worldwide
"The story takes place in the Qing Dynasty. Mr. Sung, Owner of a winery, agrees to tide Leung Ching-Yiu's (Bowie Lam) family over, due to their difficulty, on the condition that Yiu becomes his stepson and takes care of his business. Yiu not only takes the offer but also breaks off from his family all together so as to prevent his mother, Kwan Wai-Lan (Nancy Sit), from being gossiped about. His younger brother, Leung Ching-Hong (Chan Kam Hung), is furious about his decision. Intending to prove that he can stand on his own, Hong starts up his own winery. Mr. Sung's younger daughter, Sung Chi-Ching (Linda Chung), is disabled. Before he passes away, Mr. Sung tells Yiu to look after Ching. Meanwhile, Mr. Sung's elder son, Sung Chi-Tsun (Pierre Ngo), shows up again after being missing for twenty years, turning his family and the Leungscompletely upside down." -- container and websites
Huan le wu qiong = Wish and Switch ( visu )
5 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 20 libraries worldwide
Chinese comedy drama
Wo de ru yi lang jun = Bottled passion ( visu )
4 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 19 libraries worldwide
Hua hua shi jie Hua jia jie = My sister of eternal flower ( visu )
4 editions published in 2011 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 19 libraries worldwide
Romantic comedy
Ba gua shen tan = Officer geomancer ( visu )
2 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 19 libraries worldwide
Despite being a skilled geomancer, Sit Dan Yan (Johnson Lee) chose to become a police officer because he was rescued by a brave policeman when he was kidnapped as a child. Not only that, his geomancy skills also make him an incredibly successful officer, a fact that perplexes his scientifically-minded boss, Che Gwai Fei (Joey Meng), who disapproves of his spiritual methods but cannot deny their effectiveness. As the two bicker over cases, they start to develop feelings for one another, but Dan Yan discovers via a geomancy calculation that he and Gwai Fei are incompatible. In fact, staying together could mean death for one or both of them
Zhen xiang = The other truth ( visu )
5 editions published in 2011 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Zhu guang bao qi = The gem of life by Qiyi Qi( visu )
4 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in Chinese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
The story centers around three sisters: Sylvia, Constance, and Jessica. The series begins with Constance flying home on a plane. Her mother had previously objected to her marriage so she ran off with her husband, however, her husband is tired of her and wants a divorce. Jessica is married to a rich man whose company is facing financial problems. Sylvia and her husband are facing a divorce but Sylvia tries to keep it a secret from the family
Only you by Betty Thomas( visu )
4 editions published in 2011 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
An unrelenting and boastful woman, Mandy (Yoyo Mung) wants to be a wedding planner after she gets the axe, simply for its simple job nature and attractive income. Sze-tim (Louise Lee), an expert in the trade and a person of principles, declines to take her as a student as she sees through Mandy's motive, but Mandy will not yield. She tries her best to please Sze-tim's younger brother, Sze-chai (Mak Cheung-ching) and his wife, Phoebe (Kristal Tin) who hires her as a coordinator in their bridal wear company. Mandy is determined to do something big in her career, but the appearance of photographer, Summer (Kevin Cheng) makes her rethink the meaning of life. Mandy and Summer have met all kinds of people at work, from couples in quarrel to couples in distress, neurotic brides to lovers with disabilities. Every couple has a unique love story to tell; in front of Mandy and Summer they exchange wedding vows in an atmosphere of beauty and serenity. Although Mandy and Summer love each other, their different outlook on life begins to tear them apart. Should lovers stand firm with principles or let go for love?
Pan tao = Ruse of engagement ( visu )
3 editions published in 2014 in Vietnamese and Chinese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"Widow TONG SUK-FAN (Louise Lee) is saddled with hardship alone, struggling to bring up her two sons CHONG YAU-CHING (Ruco Chan) and CHONG YAU-KIT (Ron Ng). The brothers join the Intelligence Unit and the Operations Unit of Anti-Terrorist Force respectively, and both gain recognition from their superior SHUM CHI-NGO (Eddie Kwan), which is supposed to be a comfort to their mother. Unexpectedly, their brotherhood is turned to enmity owing to an intelligence. Through a reliable source from a journalist YIP TING (Yoyo Mung), YAU-CHING probes into a secret organization, during which he nearly gets himself killed and cannot resume duty immediately. After seeking aid from his girlfriend CHUNG YAT-KA (Aimee Chan), who accesses the database in secret by leveraging her duty as the intelligence analyst, he uncovers that there is a mole in the intelligence agency. His younger brother YAU-KIT not only suspects him of being a traitor, but also takes advantage of his absence to court YAT-KA. Just as YAU-CHING is caught helplessly in a dilemma, fortunately, he gets help from YIP TING, and the two gradually develop romantic feelings for each other..."--container and
Dan lian shuang cheng = Outbound love ( visu )
3 editions published in 2014 in Vietnamese and Chinese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"Travel agency employee, Law Sik Sik (Aimee Chan) travels to Malaysia alone for work but all her plans were disrupted by a "playful" tour guide there, Luk Kung Tsz (Ruco Chan). Both of them thus hold grudges against each other because of this incident. Meanwhile, Sik Sik's boyfriend Ching Zin Bok (Matt Yeung) proposes to her and they held their wedding ceremony back in Hong Kong. When Sik Sik thinks she's the world's most blissful bride, a clip of her boyfriend cheating on her was played during the wedding. With a broken heart, Sik Sik goes to Malaysia where she meets Kung Zi again at her workplace. From then, both of them developed good feelings for each other. Zin Bok's sister Ching Zin Zan (Lin Xiawei) supports her best friend decision to break up with her brother instead of forgiving him. Under Sik Sik's introduction, Zin Zan gets to know chef Cin Jun (Tony Hung) and starts learning cooking from him. After getting along with Cin Jun for some time, Zin Zan falls for him however Cin Jun only likes Sik Sik. When Cin Jun prepares to profess his love for Sik Sik, Zin Bok comes back to seek Sik Sik's forgiveness with the help of Kung Zi..."--
Jin guo xiao xiong = Rosy business ( visu )
6 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 16 libraries worldwide
Hong Po Kei's engagement with Wuxi rice baron Tseung Kiu was broken off years ago after a natural disaster hit the country. After her family was killed she become a criminal. Through fate they meet again and she becomes his fourth wife. Kei is very clever and and Kiu entrusts her to find a successor for him before he dies. After she selects his second son, she is constantly challenged by Kau. What happens when Kau and Kei go head to head? They may just fall in love! Contains episodes 1-25
Pu Songling = Ghost writer ( visu )
5 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 16 libraries worldwide
Xing jing = Gun metal grey ( visu )
4 editions published between 2011 and 2017 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 15 libraries worldwide
"When a cop vents his grievance and anger to the world, he becomes the most dangerous guy in the force! Extracted from the top ten famous unsolved cases in Hong Kong, Gun Metal Grey depicts a cop's road to destruction as well as the very truth of human nature. Fifteen years ago, upright police officer Shek Tung Sing was falsely accused of murder and sentenced to prison. Now that he has been discharged, he decides to get to the bottom of the case. Unfortunately, he is unable to bring the culprit to justice because of lack of evidence. As a result, his suppressed anger continues to chum within him and whenever the law fails to carry out justice, he will do it in his own way! The sudden change in his character and behavior has put his friendship with Mai On Ding, his teammate, to the test. Later when he is trying to prevent Ding from looking further into the case, he even goes all out into hurting Ding's girlfriend, Hui Man Him. The competition is being intensified between the two good friends when Ding is determined to deal with Sing according to the rule of law ..." -- container
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Alternative Names
Dian shi guang bo you xian gong si (Hong Kong, China)
Television Broadcast Limited
Television Broadcasts Limited Estación de televisión de Hong Kong
TVB televisiemaatschappij
無綫電視 香港電視台
電視廣播 (國際)有限公司
電視廣播有限公司 (Hong Kong, China)
電視廣播有限公司 (香港)
電視廣播有限公司 (香港中國)
電視廣播有限公司 香港电视台
Chinese (127)
Vietnamese (19)
English (8)
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