As a saying goes, one must achieve something when young because he cannot stay young forever. Liang Chen and Lu Jing made it. Liang Chen is devoted to bringing good music works to the listeners, expressing the idea of being kind, real and perfect. Lu Jing loves computer and big data research. He is highly recognized by academic field through studying complicated human behavior and psychology, thus influencing the classmates around by his solid specialty literacy. They are strangers first but then brought together by big data and they become closer in the journey of pursuing dreams.
Sunshine of My Life (若你安好便是晴天) is an upcoming modern drama with the focus on fashion and embroidery. Zhang Han plays a career-focused man who doesn’t allow any distraction in his life until our heroine walks in and imprints him. ( 😛 ) But she’s also focused on her work and chooses to study abroad in Europe, parting ways with him. But the hearts will find their way back to each other regardless of miles and distance in between.
The Message (风声) is adapted from wartime novel, Sound of the Wind, written by Mai Jia. There was a film adaptation in 2009 with Zhou Xun and Li Bing Bing. The story takes place in 1941 after a series assassination attempts happened to high-ranking officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government in Nanking. Five suspects were brought to a villa for further interrogation by the Chief officer of the Japanese Imperial Army who believed the assassinations were carried out by an Anti-Japan group who has a mole named “Old Ghost” from within.
I did not expect that in my lifetime there would be a global pandemic happening. It is – still is, very tough. Working in a major hospital, I was very fortunate to have a job through Covid but there were definitely some selfish moments where I just wanted to stay home and stay away from the hospital, where protocols and procedures keep changing every single day as we learned more things about the virus. Colleagues falling sick and hospital dispatching some of us to different areas, sometimes unrelated to our job; some smaller hospitals were sending my co-workers to work at the morgue. >.<”
I don’t know what to expect from these dramas but maybe all we need is a little thing called hope to keep us moving forward. Having this blog and some of you guys to chat with has always been the anchor of my sanity. So thank-you for that! Stay healthy, stay informed, stay connected, and stay calm! We are in this together.