The Hippocratic Crush II (AKA On Call 36 Hours II) immediately follows off from The Hippocratic Crush (AKA On Call 36 Hours), following the lives of doctors, new and old, facing the patients and challenges that unfold before them. Continue reading
It’s that time when the annual anniversary awards are nearing so I just want to know what you think is the best drama serial for 2012. This year there certainly was a huge diversity towards different themes that TVB managed to touch on which I must say is very brave for them to do so. There were certainly those that made you fall in love, those that made you scratch your head and ask yourself what the heck is going on and then there are those that just left you wondering what is the story of this again? Of course, everyone has their own different opinion on what they like but I am sure we all should have a universal agreement towards some dramas. Continue reading
A group of medical interns and residents are training to become doctors. These medical interns and residents are on call 36 hours a day with the attempt to help there patients get the very best care and triumph through their illness.
Graduating neurosurgery resident, Cheung Yat Kin/Yat Kin Tau (Kenneth Ma), takes his work very seriously ever since he caused his brother Cheng Yat Hong (Nathan Ngai) to suffer from a pair of paralysed legs. His group of interns respect him as much as they fear him. Kin is working very hard in him job in order to earn enough money to fulfil his brother’s dream of going overseas to study medicine so he has always neglected his love life. That is until he met another aspiring neurosurgeon, Fan Chi Yu/Yu Jai (Tavia Yeung). Continue reading