The Little NyonyaA story that spans several decades, it tells the life of Yue Niang (Jeanette Aw), a pretty little Nyonya who is skilled in Peranakan, also known as Straits Chinese, cooking and sewing. Growing up in a traditional family, she is discriminated against as the granddaughter of a lowly second wife, a situation made worse by her mother’s disapproved union with a Japanese photographer.
Yue Niang’s beauty and kindness attracted the attention of many suitors, but incur the jealousy of her cousin. She soon catches the eye of a rich, young man who had just returned from overseas, but she loves only Chen Xi (Qi Yu Wu), a rich man disguising as a ‘penniless’ driver. He is touched by her innocence and kindness, and falls deeply in love with her. But under immense pressure, he is forced to marry Yue Niang’s cousin instead.
Yue Niang, on the other hand, is sold to a local gangster. She impresses him with her fearlessness, and becomes his sworn sister. She embarks on a journey to carve out her own life and succeeds despite several setbacks. However, there is still no sign of a man she truly loves... Till We Meet AgainUnintentionally causing the tragic demises of Tangseng, Zhu Bajie and Shaseng, Caiyue (Hua Xianzhi) falls out of favour with her beloved Sun Wukong. Unbeknownst to both of them, the catastrophe that had befallen on them during their journey to the West had been orchestrated by the Nine-Tail Vixen (Jiu Weihu). Out of despair, Wukong makes it known to Caiyue that he would never forgive her. He dies, leaving Caiyue desperate to do anything to make amends. Caiyue begs the Goddess of Mercy for penance to compensate for past mistakes, and is given a thousand years to find the reincarnated Wukong who would eventually become Zhao Yaojin. She is to find the love of her life, seek his forgiveness and if the heavenly realm would it have, return them on the path towards the journey to the West.
Caiyue’s search for a thousand years ends when in her final year, she finds Zhao Yaojin. Unfortunately, Yaojin does not have any impression of his past life nor does he believe in something as ludicrous as journeying to the West to retrieve the scriptures. Facing the love of her life who doesn’t even remember or want anything to do with her, how will Caiyue be able to gain his forgiveness for past transgressions? This is a romantic fantasy that’s transported its characters over an age-long yearning and longing for wrongs to be set right and an expectation for love to mend the voids and abysses of the heart. The Dream MakersThe Dream Makers story continues and it has been three years since Zhou Wei Yun (Zoe Tay) was transferred from the Variety department to the Drama department as VP. Her bosses decide to hire two new VPs Lin Tao (Li Nan Xing) and Guan Xie En (Huang Bi Ren). Their work performances greatly outshine Wei Yun’s, causing her to feel threatened. However, she slowly becomes good friends with Xie En as they share about their family troubles. Lin Tao is ambitious and will risk anything to achieve his goals. During an incident, he makes a rash move and suffers the consequences. Zhao Fei Er (Jeanette Aw) is the reigning queen of the tv station, but she is envious of her good friend, Fang Tong Lin’s (Rui En) career and love life. Moreover, she has not gotten over her ex-boyfriend, Jason Lam (Qi Yu Wu), who is now Tong Lin’s boyfriend. Fei Er’s half-sister, Dong Zi Huai (Julie Tan), returns to Singapore and is jealous of Fei Er’s success. She deliberately sows discord between Tong Lin and Jason, making Fei Er out to be the third party. Tong Lin breaks off her engagement with Jason while Fei Er’s career took a dive. How will each of these characters cope with the challenges of their career, love life and family? How will they survive in the exciting and yet unforgiving entertainment industry?