Si-ying (Sung Yuhua) is a university freshman who works at a cafe. Here, she met A Bu-si (Megan Lai), a professional coffee maker who can make any type of coffee drinks according to a customer's order, the shop's proprietress (Vivian Chow) who is often quiet and alone, seated at a corner of her cafe most of the time, as well as Ze-Yu (Marcus Chang).
The main character is career-obsessed Bo Dan Wu (played by Johnny Lu), a rising star at a telecom company in Taipei. When he learns the news of his estranged mother’s death, he reluctantly returns to his hometown (set in Matsu’s picturesque Qinbi Village (芹壁村) to pay his respects. When he arrives, he learns of a tradition which requires him to either marry within 100 days or wait for three years.
Ah Dan est une étudiante. Elle forme un gang avec ses copines, qui s’appelle « Bad Girls » pour empêcher la terreur de régner, afin que les jeunes filles ne se fassent pas agresser. Un jour, une équipe de production vient à son école pour tourner un film. Malencontreusement, Ah Dan se dispute avec sa petite sœur sur les lieux du tournage et elle finit par blesser l’actrice principale. Pour payer sa dette, elle va devoir laisser sa facette de garçon manqué de côté pour devenir une fille très féminine en remplaçant l’actrice. Elle va se retrouver face à l’acteur principal, Justin, qui, derrière son côté arrogant, cache un grand cœur.
Yu Rou(Ruby Lin), a struggling mother who takes extreme measures in ensuring her daughter Xiao Hong (Ni Ni), who is diagnosed with Bardet-Biedl syndrome, to have good health. While working as a part-time taxi driver, Yu Rou eavesdrops on a conversation about the easy life of a rich man's mistress and decides to seduce the rich-but-impotent Jin Xiao Jie (Edison Huang)...
Heartbroken Jin (Dylan Kuo) believes he will never fall in love again. Ending up in Ximending (the cultural-fashion hub of Taipei) after wandering for 12 years, Jin meets the happy go lucky Moé (Amber An), who resuscitates his heart. At the same time, Jin becomes an apprentice to a fortuneteller named Oracle (Anthony Wong), who is the nexus of a list of quirky characters who reside in Ximending. They include Mommy (Denny Tsao), the self proclaim Queen of the district. Ace (Jett Lee), a young punk about town who dreams of becoming an idol singer. Aniki (Toyoharu Kitamura), a tattoo artist and a self-proclaimed Japanese gangster. Seemingly mismatched, these eclectic individual's paths intertwine, inexplicably affecting one another and in turn, the pulse of today's Taipei.
Siao San (Steven Hao Shao Wen) is a mischievous little boy from a well to do family, but he is unhappy with his father's new marriage to a younger women because he feels neglected by his father. After being punished by his father for playing a trick on his new step grandmother who was picking on him, San decides to run away from home. He finds a little boy in the park the next morning and changes clothes with him.
In the mid 1990s with rumor of Mainland China declaring war on Taiwan, both sides tense up afraid of war breaking out. Taiwan in order to show their military power against Mainland gives all of their troops a strict intense war training in order to prepare for war.
This documentary records the lives of several old farmers (peasants) in Chheⁿ-liâu Village, Āu-piah (i.e., Houbi Township), Tainan County (now part of Tainan City). It generated discussion and debate in the Taiwanese civil society about the impact on agriculture due to its membership in the World Trade Organization.
Un maître shaolin se fait attaquer et enlever par des inconnus. Un homme qui s'est interposé, le grand prêtre, est gravement blessé mais réussi à avertir le frère du maître qu'une personne pourra l'aider le retrouver et lui donne le collier qu'il a arraché à l'un des kidnappeurs.