Joyce Tang

TVB ICAC Investigators 2014

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2014
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ICAC Investigators is a long running family of Hong Kong television miniseries about the work of Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). The series are public awareness films produced by Radio Television Hong Kong, an independent department of the government, with the full co-operation of the ICAC itself. Each series dramatises real cases of the Commission and serves both to educate the populace against corrupt practises and as a public relations tool for the ICAC.


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Step Into The Past

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2001
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This series is about a man, Hong Siu Long who is from 21st century-Hong Kong travels back into the past during Warring States Period in China. Unfortunately, the time machine comes into an error when he is being transfered into the past. As a result, Hong Siu Long comes to the period which is three years earlier than he is supposed to be and therefore, he can’t go back to the future. In effort to go back to the future, he tries to keep the history goes as it is supposed to be.


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Sisters of Pearl

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2010
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After the death of her husband, Chu Pik-Ha (Jessica Hsuan) returns to her maiden home with her son, in a deliberate attempt to take over the family jewelry business from her elder sister Chu Pik-Wan (Kiki Sheung). To prevent Ha from getting too out of hand, Wan needs her husband Ho Cheung-Hing (Bowie Lam) to create trouble for her sibling. Hing does not follow her instructions, but instead secretly helps Ha tackle her problems one by one. Wan soon comes to realize that Hing has never really got over Ha. Wan’s younger sister Chu Pik-Lam (Macy Chan) is still attending school and is too young to deal with such family issues. Wan feels a profound sense of helplessness and becomes even more frustrated when So Lai-Sheung (Joyce Tang) turns up suddenly claiming to be a mistress of her late father and pregnant with his baby. Out of respect for their father, the sisters agree to put Sheung up for the time being until the situation becomes clearer. Shortly thereafter, Ha discovers that Sheung is just a tool of Sang (Michael Tao) who has been plotting to wage a battle of will against the Chu’s. Meanwhile, Cheung-Hing has been secretly plotting his revenge against the Chu family all along for framing his father for a crime Wan committed leading to him being jailed in her place, and later committing suicide.


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Queen Divas

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2014
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Being raised in a scholarly family, Nancy Sit not only takes good care of her family, she also keeps her husband’s business running in good order. Her sons Evergreen Mak and Pierre Ngo have yet to marry, but they each develop an underground relationship with a popular actress. Nancy begrudgingly accepts them into the family. Joyce Tang, the queen of dramas, and Angela Tong, the queen of comedies, take their rivalry from the entertainment circle into the household. Their seemingly kind mother-in-law, Nancy, actually hides a dagger behind her smile. The act the three women put on in front of each other is worthy of an Oscar nomination and creates many humorous moments. It is not until Nancy discovers someone has embezzled from the company, throwing the family into financial trouble, that each person’s hidden secret is revealed… 


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My Spiritual Ex-Lover

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2015
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Edwin Siu is a poor scholar whose goal is to ace the imperial exam, but he has failed every time. He is temporarily staying at his sister-in-law Joyce Tang’s lantern store and making a living as an artist. His eldest brother Evergreen Mak is a penny-pincher, while second brother Oscar Leung is illiterate and henpecked by his wife. His childhood sweetheart, Jinny Ng, is constantly pushing him for marriage. In addition, his father, Yu Yang, falls sick. Becoming desperate, Edwin unwillingly participates in Joyce’s fraudulent tactics to sell lanterns. It leads to a huge battle between Taoist master Angela Tong and con-artist Ricky Fan. There isn’t a quiet day in the household with bizarre things happening every day and everyone acting oddly. Edwin starts to notice that there is a female spirit (Nancy Sit) secretly protecting him. Unfortunately, her powers are not strong enough and often causes things to backfire, resulting in many comedic moments…


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Ghetto Justice

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2011
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Law Lik-ah (Kevin Cheng), a resident of Sham Shui Po, together with his cousin George Mike, Jr (Alex Lam) runs a legal clinic for the community in the social service centre. Hi friend Tin Ka-fu (Sam Lee), is an active social worker who neglects his parents when he is doing social work. Law is a talented former barrister who fights injustice for the people of the Sham Shui Po district in Hong Kong. He encounters Kris (Myolie Wu) who is an upcoming lawyer. However, Kris finds these encounters less pleasant and finds Law uncouth and unkempt. As the story progresses, Kris realises that Law is her idol and eventually falls for him.


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Awfully Lawful

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2013
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Raymond Cho and Pal Sinn are partners of a solicitor firm. They invite Roger Kwok and Johnson Lee to join the firm as well. Despite their different personalities, the four men share a close bond. They are well-known within the legal circle as “The Big Four Mature Men”. Their creative tactics to win court cases has won over many female clients. Unfortunately, someone has swindled money from the firm. To save the firm from financial distress, four female lawyers are brought in. They include Roger’s rival (Sharon Chan), Johnson’s wealthy wife (Selena Li), a housewife (Joyce Tang) and a barrister (Grace Wong) who gets entangled with Pal and Johnson. The eight people’s working and private relationships get more and more messy, until they finally realize that there is someone behind all the happenings at the law firm. With Roger Kwok leaving the firm and Raymond Cho mysterious disappearance with the firm’s money, what would become of the law firm? Will the four women, Selena Li, Sharon Chan, Grace Wong, and Joyce Tang save the firm? What would turn out in the end? What was the mystery behind Ming Sir (Raymond Cho’s) disappearance? Will Roger Kwok join back and help?


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Armed Reaction IV

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2004
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Armed Reaction IV (Chinese: 陀槍師姐 IV; Jyutping: to4 coeng1 si1 ze2 IV) is a 2004 Hong Kong modern cop drama produced by TVB. The drama stars Bobby Au-yeung and Ada Choi as the main leads with Joyce Tang, Marco Ngai, Mimi Chu, Frankie Lam and Yoyo Mung in main supporting roles. Original broadcast of the series began on TVB Jade channel from February 2 till April 9, 2004 at 9:30-10:30 p.m. timeslot with 40 episodes total. The fourth and final season of the popular TVB drama series about the first Hong Kong policewomen with guns, Armed Reaction IV pits our heroines and heroes against their toughest challenges yet – both professionally and romantically! Aired to wonderful word of mouth in 2004, the 40-episode series is again produced by series creator Kong Yip Sang, and features returning stars Joyce Tang, Ada Choi, Bobby Auyeung, and Marco Ngai, plus popular new additions Frankie Lam and Yoyo Mung. The strong supporting cast includes Ha Yu, Chu Mi Mi, Angie Cheung, Mak Cheung Ching, Raymond Cho, Akina Hong, Lo Hoi Pang, Gordon Liu, and Kenneth Ma. Having won the heart of Zi , Sang decides to propose to her, but the career-minded Zi just isn’t ready for marriage yet. When other suitors appear around Zi, including rich playboy Hei and Superintendent Kin , the jealous Sang breaks up with Zi after numerous conflicts and misunderstandings. Zi soon begins a new romance with Kin, and that hurts Sang deeply, but he then finds Ching from forensic department has her eye on him… Meanwhile, Sam Yuen is again pregnant with Fung’s baby. Unfortunately, she is diagnosed with a disease that puts both the baby and herself in grave danger. Faced with such crisis at home, Fung also has to worry about the threat posed by a triad gang, whose leader, Wing, makes an unexpected confession of love to him! The series takes place a few months after the 3rd installment. Chan Siu Sang and Wai Ying Zi have been dating for a while and seems to be in a stable relationship. Everything seems to be looking up for Ying Zi now that she’s in a stable relationship and finally got a promotion at work, but the only that she and Siu Sang seem to fight about is marriage. He wants to rush into marriage but she wants to put it off for a few years to focus on her career since it is flourishing. Their relationship is further complicated when Siu Sang becomes jealous of Ying Zi’s new handsome co-worker Ken, Mad that Siu Sang does not trust her, the two decide to break up. Ying Zi soon starts dating Ken since the two grew close while working together and Siu Sang begins dating Sunnie who works at the forensic department after being pursued by her. Having gone through so many tragedies in the past Chan Sam Yuen finally decides to focus on her family as top priority. She and Ching Fung have patched up their marriage even though it is still not perfect. With a difficult pregnancy Sum Yuen is no longer focus on her career. All seems well with her and Fung when she gives birth to a son until Fung gets entangled with female triad boss Chiang Tin Wing and her husband Sing Jin Choi. Fung is in charge of the case of Wing and her crime empire. While investigating Wing, she takes a liking to Fung and drugs him so she can have her ways with him. She uses their one night of passion to blackmail Fung into continuing their affair. Choi finds out about the affair between his wife and Fung, enraged with his wife’s infidelity he accidentally kills her and frames Fung for her murder. With evidence to clear Fung of the crime Choi decides to kill Fung as revenge for ruining his marriage.


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Armed Reaction III

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2001
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Armed Reaction III is a 2001 Hong Kong modern cop drama produced by TVB. The drama stars Bobby Au-yeung and Ada Choi as the main leads with Joyce Tang, Marco Ngai and Mimi Chu in main supporting roles. Original broadcast of the series began on TVB Jade channel from July 9 till August 18, 2001 at 9:30-10:30 p.m. timeslot with 32 episodes total.
The series takes place a year after the 2nd installment.
Chan Siu-Sang (Bobby Au-Yeung) is single and all alone, his old love Chu So Ngo married the doctor that treated her son and left the police force. Then he meets Wai Ying Zi (Ada Choi), a rookie police officer that is under Chan Sam Yuen Police Traffic Department unit. The two get off on the wrong foot due to misunderstandings. Wai Ying Zi who is eager to show off her skills seems to get into a lot of trouble. She is deemed reckless and rash. Later on Ying Zi joins Siu-Sang’s CID unit which leads to the two bickering none-stop. After Siu-Sang saves Ying Zi life on one their investigations she learns to respect him and the two become friends.
Chan Sam Yuen (Joyce Tang) is promoted to the head of the Police Traffic Department. She and Ching Fung (Marco Ngai) are also now parents to a pair of girl/boy twins, but their marriage is not as happy as it seems as the two continue to have quarrels in their marriage. With marital problems at home Sam Yuen becomes a cold, unreasonable and mean boss at work. When a case similar to the psychotic serial rapist in the last series arises Sam Yuen starts feeling threaten and insecure even though the culprit Bao Gwok Ping is still locked up in jail. It seems Bao Gwok Ping has been communicating with someone on the outside who agreed to taking on his split personality persona and continuing his crime spree. Due to Sam Yuen’s carelessness her son is kidnapped and killed by the new culprit. This causes Sam Yuen and Ching Fung marriage to be in further jeopardy when he blames her for the death of their son.


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Armed Reaction

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1997
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The drama takes place before 1997 Handover of Hong Kong and Royal Hong Kong Police revolves around the lives of two police woman, one who works leisurely behind desk duty but has to take her job more seriously once her husband leaves her and new rookie cop who is deemed to ambitious and rash by her superior.

Chu So-Ngo (Esther Kwan) never took her job seriously. She works leisurely behind the desk at the police station waiting for the day to end so she can go home to her loving husband and obedient young son. Her job at the police station is just for her to kill time and make spare money for her to spend. However, things took an unexpected turn when her boss’s wife thought So-Ngo was having an affair with her husband and had her transferred to the Patrol Unit. Soon she also learns her happy marriage is not as perfect as it seems when she finds out her husband has a kept mistress up in Mainland China and plans to divorce her so he can marry his pregnant mistress. No longer living carefree, So-Ngo has to worry about paying the bills and taking care of her son by herself. She decides to switch for desk duty to on the beat duties because of the better pay. As a beat officer she gets to know Senior Inspector Chan Siu-Sang (Bobby Au-Yeung) better. The two have an close friendship and soon starts developing feelings for each other, but their relationship is put on hold when her ex-husband wants her back.

Chan Siu-Sang niece Chan Sam-Yuen, is a tomboy who has always dreamt of becoming a cop like her uncle. Since she is so active in her job her superior Ching Fung writes her up for being to ambitious and unruly. Chan Siu-Sang being more senior than Ching Fung decides to stand up for his niece and tells Fung to be a better superior instead. While always bickering with each other Sam-Yuen and Fung soon find out they also have a lot of the same interest. When Fung’s girlfriend breaks up with him for neglecting her he soon starts to fall for Sam-Yuen.

Later when Siu-Sang is framed for a crime he didn’t commit will Sam-Yuen arrest him or let him go so he can find evidence to bring the real culprit to justice.


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