24 year-old Lin Chen Xi (Carrie Wong) has decided to migrate with her fiancé when her father suddenly passed away, leaving behind a debt-ridden private bus company. She also discovered that her father has another family. She took over her late father’s company and while she was busy turning it around, her half-sister Yu Lin (Denise Camellia Tan) stole her fiancé and migrated with him instead. Chen Xi eventually met and married Fang Wen Liang (Elvin Ng), who is the young boss of another private bus company. With perseverance and grit, Chen Xi strove to succeed in the male-dominated transport industry. Wen Liang’s assistant, Zhao Yi Yang (Xu Bin) decides to help her rebuild the company. Making things difficult for her at first, Chen Xi’s sheer determination and her will to overcome all of life’s obstacles touches him. When he decides that he wants to face the future together with Chen Xi, she rejects him…
Born into a middle-income family, Zhang Guo Dong (Chew Chor Meng) worked hard as a tour guide before saving enough money to set up his own small travel agency. 30 years later, despite the desire to retire, he struggles to let go of his beloved agency. He finally decides to do so after experiencing the sudden death of a close friend. He left the agency to his four children, Wei Ru (Dawn Yeoh), Wei Le (Jeremy Chan), Wei Na (Jayley Woo) and Wei Jun (Joel Choo). Still worried about his travel agency, Guo Dong returns to Singapore and to everyone’s surprise, brings back a new companion. The young and pretty Jing Wen (Carol Cheng). The appearance of Jing Wen marks the beginning of a perfect storm in the Zhang family as Guo Dong gives her an executive position in the travel agency. What exactly are the intentions of Jing Wen? Will she manage the travel agency successfully, or will her actions create more troubles within the family?
It’s the 25th anniversary of the Star Awards and this year, the ceremony is set to capture The Moment. Besides being a night of glitz, glamour and celebration, the awards will be honouring some of Singapore’s biggest talents and audiences can expect a trip down memory lane through a showcase of the defining moments in local entertainment history.
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