Not a Common Day: It all starts with a simple greeting on a beautiful morning... Learn the vocabulary of a very basic introduction in this video.
On their first date, Tim asks Nini about her family background and life.
Nini learns that Tim is a music composer and Tim shares a song he created with her.
Set during the Japanese occupation of Shanghai, A Jewish Girl in Shanghai is an animated film that tells the story of three children. The movie has won numerous awards in Israel and mainland China.
On the night of his tenth wedding anniversary, Kai suddenly collapses and is admitted to the hospital.
Kai is given an experimental technology that will allow to him to retain only one block of memory, leaving him with a difficult decision to make.
In going through his memories, Kai realizes that he hasn't been there for his family when they have needed him.
Kai regrets not having been there for his family and hopes in his heart for another chance.
Kai asks for his family's forgiveness and makes a promise to always bring them happiness.
If you could love again, would it be her?
If she gave up her dream to be a part of yours, would you love her all over again?
A mother brings her daughter to work. She works as a taxi driver.
We see that some people can't accept the mother bringing her child in the cab. There's a flashback showing how the cabbie's mother disaproves. But some customers are fine with it.
The cabbie's daughter shares her aspirations of being a Dumpling cook.
The cabbie reflects on her mother's advice verses what she chose to do with her life.
Before returning home, the cabbie picks up one last customer.
It's time for the third assessment and Zhou Lisha tries her best to come up with an excuse for why she hasn't been coming to the gym.
Zhou Lisha and Xue Xinyue do their best to come up with excuses for their poor performance and we find out what the prize is for the winner.
The losers of the assessment have to make ice cream for the rest of the team.
Is there really such thing as a joke?
Susan is visiting her friend for Spring Festival. Let's see how a Chinese family celebrates this holiday.
Susan accidentally runs into her friend's family members in the street. Not knowing who they are, she is given the wrong directions and heads further away from the house.
There are two ways to say hello in Chinese: "ni hao," the informal way, and "nin hao," the manner that shows respect.