Title: Never Dance Alone (女人俱樂部)
Release Date: April 21, 2014 (Airs after Ruse of Engagement ends)
Genre: Metropolis, Friendship, Inspirational
Cast: Carmen Lee, Loletta Lee, Flora Chan, Angie Cheong, Gloria Yip, Elvina Kong, Fennie Yuen, Lawrence Ng, Lawrence Cheng, Jerry Koo, Joe Tay, etc..
Synopsis: The story begins by introducing Mo Siu Si (Carman Lee 李若彤), a middle-aged woman who lives with her husband (Lawrence Cheng 鄭丹瑞) and her spiteful mother-in-law. Despite her current mundane life, Siu Si actually had a more colorful past. During her high school days, she met Chu Lei (Rachel Lee 李麗珍), Law Fung Sin (Elvina Kong 江欣燕), Luk Yuen Chau (Fennie Yuen 袁潔瑩), Hui Jan Nei (Angie Cheong 張慧儀), and Leung Kam Yin (Gloria Yip 葉蘊儀). The girls quickly bonded over a shared love for aerobic dance. Together, they organized dance group M Club and Siu Si became their team captain. Although they vowed eternal friendship, life sent them in different directions after graduation and the six eventually lost contact with each other.
In the present day, Siu Si stumbles upon a sign advertising for Fung Sin Dance Studio, which triggers her memories of her friends and M Club. She learns that Fung Sin has continued to pursue her passion and has become a dance instructor. Later, when Fung Sin becomes hospitalized, she asks Siu Si and the rest of M Club to help run her studio and to protect her dancing dreams.
Although Fung Sin’s studio is saved for now, the group discovers that their former nemesis Yung Daan Daan (Flora Chan 陳慧珊) has also established a dance studio, threatening their business. Things become even messier when Siu Si runs into her first love Yiu Ji Lun (Lawrence Ng 吳啟華), who is now Daan Daan’s boyfriend.
Victoria Peak :: Hong Kong
You can catch the Peak Tram all the way up to Victoria Peak just for the fun of riding one of the oldest and most famous funicular railways, but you must come down by mini bus. Just make sure you’ll hold on tight to your seat, those mini bus drivers are crazy!
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沒法討厭你 (Cantonese cover of 很想討厭你) sang by Kwan Gor 吳業坤
HKCantopop’s twenty-first Cantonese lesson :)
In proper Chinese: 抱
In Cantonese: 攬
Meaning in Cantonese: to hug
Examples: 他送女朋友到車站後抱抱她。—> 佢送女朋友到車站後攬攬佢。—> After he escorted his girlfriend to the train station, he hugged her.
因為份禮物很貴重，哥哥抱得很實。—> 因為份禮物很貴重，哥哥攬得很實。—> Because the present was worth a lot, (my/the) brother hugged it very tightly.