26 December 2011 (Mon)
Romance by the Peach Blossom Lakeside
Ren Jincheng, prince of Eastern Qi, falls in love with a village girl, Zhu Danfeng. However, the Emperor’s sister is displeased with their love and forces them to separate. Later, Ren goes to Nanping to propose to the Queen with a view to soliciting her help to strengthen Eastern Qi.
Not until Ren arrives at the imperial court does he realize that the Queen is the village girl he meets earlier. Ren is therefore made the husband of the Queen. However, the second princess of Nanping strongly objects to the marriage and accuses Ren of molestation. Unable to defend himself, Ren is deprived of the title and suffers a deadly insult. The angry Ren then returns to Eastern Qi, swearing to seek a revenge for the humiliation.
Meanwhile, the two princes of Western Shu and Northern Zhou strive to be the first to capture Nanping so as to marry the Queen and get the state. Suddenly, Nanping is encircled by the enemy forces on different sides.
12 January 2012 (Thu)
Return from Battlefields in Victory to Marry Caifeng
As Emperor Zhuang of the State of Sung realises that the national strength is weak, he makes use of the beauty of Princess Caifeng to lure the State of Cai, Han and Zhao such that heroes from the most powerful state may marry the Princess. In the hope of making a marriage tie, Sung may enlist the support of a strong state. General Gai Shiying from the State of Cai, after having surpassed other candidates in a heated debate, wins the Princess. As defeated by General Gai, the Princes of Han and Zhao are flared up and make a joint attack on the State of Cai. General Gai falls into the hand of his enemies but is lucky enough to have Princess Caifeng rescue him. Princess Caifeng is bright and witty while General Gai Shiying is courageous and impetuous, this makes them a perfect match. And, having gone through a lot of difficulties, they finally live happily together.
16 January 2012 (Mon)
The Bound-feet Liu Jinding Crashes Four Gates
Song Emperor Zhao Kuangyin is trapped in Shouzhou City. Gao Junbao, under the orders of his mother, leads an army to save him. Passing by Mountain Shuangsuo, he runs into Liu Jinding, the chief of the brigands residing on the mountain. Jinding is putting up a stone plate indicating that she is looking for a husband. Her boastfulness enrages Junbao and prompts him into breaking the plate. As such the brigands get into a fight with the soldiers. Jinding outdoes Junbao in tactics so much so that she can thrice capture and release him. Junbao is won over eventually. Before departure, he leaves her as a token for their engagement the golden mace awarded to him by the emperor.
Junbao moves on to Shouzhou City for his rescue mission. There he is, however, overcome by a nasty cold that makes him bedridden. All he can do is write a letter to Jinding to express his tender feelings. Worried about her love, Jinding decides to go to his help. She crashes four barricades to rescue the emperor with his followers, and then cures Junbao of his persistent ailment.
Lung Koon-tin, Wong Chiu-kwan, Chan Hung-chun, Liu Kwok-sum (26/12, 16/1), Lai Yiu-wai (12/1), Sun Kim-long, Cheng Wing-mui
For details, please refer to Chinese version.