Life Art

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Life Art
寫意人生
Life Art.jpg
Life Art promo poster
Genre Modern Drama
Starring Kevin Cheng
Gigi Lai
Paul Chun
Opening theme "活得寫意" by
Kevin Cheng
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Running time 45 minutes (approx.)
Release
Original network TVB
Original release March 12 – April 8, 2007
External links
Website

Life Art (Traditional Chinese: 寫意人生) is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in March 2007.

Synopsis[edit]

Youthful, talented, and handsome IT Software Manager Fong Chi-Chung (Kevin Cheng) by chance becomes acquainted with the talented, intelligent, and elegant writer and illustrator for children’s books, Yam Tsi-Wah (Gigi Lai). He later learns that Tsi-Wah is the beloved daughter of his own calligraphy and painting teacher, Yam Ching-Chuen (Paul Chun). Furthermore, Chi-Chung discovers that father and daughter are distant.

Chi-Chung continues to have ups and downs in fame and fortune. With love as well, he encounters frustration and defeat. Something that is against anyone’s wishes happens to Ching-Chuen, which causes the relationship among Chi-Chung, Tsi-Wah, and Ching-Chuen to make a new progression.

Cast[edit]

Cast Role Description
Kevin Cheng Fong Chi-Chung
方子聰
Technos IT Technician
Yam Tsi-Wah's boyfriend.
Gigi Lai Yam Tsi-Wah
任芝華
Comic Book Writer
Fong Chi-Chung's girlfriend.
Paul Chun Yam Ching-Chuen
任清泉
Yam Tsi-Wah's father.
Natalie Tong Fong Chi-Man
方子敏
Fong Chi-Chung's younger sister.
Mak Cheung-ching (麥長青) Ko Dai-Wai
高大威
Liu Siu-Bing's husband.
Yam Ching-Chuen's brother-in-law.
Yam Tsi-Wah's uncle.
Yvonne Lam (林漪娸) Liu Siu-Bing
廖小冰
Art Shop Owner
Ko Dai-Wai's ex-wife.
Ben Wong Chuen Ying-Wai
全英偉
Technos Clerk
Astrid Chan (陳芷菁) Kong Fung
江風
Technos Manager
Queenie Chu Janice Fong Chi-Chung's ex-girlfriend.
莫凯谦 Kenny 仔 Yam Tsi-Wah's cousin's son

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episode Average Points Peaking Points References
1
March 12–16, 2007 1 — 5
27
28
[1]
2
March 19–23, 2007 6 — 10
26
[2]
3
March 26–30, 2007 11 — 15
27
[3]
4
April 2–6, 2007 16 — 19
27
[4]
4
April 8, 2007 20
27
[5]

Awards and nominations[edit]

40th TVB Anniversary Awards (2007)

  • "Best Drama"
  • "Best Actor in a Supporting Role" (Makbau Mak - Ko Dai-Wai)

References[edit]

External links[edit]