Mystique Valley

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Mystique Valley
诡雾山城
Mystique Valley Poster.jpg
Genre Period Drama
Directed by Sam Au/David Lau
Starring Susan Leong
Jess Teong
Eric Chen
Jordan Voon
Aenie Wong
Country of origin Malaysia
Original language(s) Chinese
No. of episodes 30
Production
Producer(s) Double Vision Sdn Bhd
Running time 60 minutes (approx.)
Release
Original network ntv7
Original release 9 November – 29 December 2010
Chronology
Preceded by Injustice
Unriddle
Followed by Tribulations of Life
External links
Website

Mystique Valley is a Malaysian period drama television series produced by Double Vision and ntv7.[1][2] The series premiered on 9 November 2010 on Malaysian television[3] and currently airs every Monday to Thursday at 10:00pm on Malaysia's ntv7.

Synopsis[edit]

In this 30 episode drama, Jess Teong plays He Can Qing, a woman who returns to her hometown after spending years abroad in Australia. Her brother, He Zhong Xiong, the only son in the family, struggles to keep up with his mother's (Zhang Jin Yan, portrayed by Susan Leong) high expectations. Can Qing's uncle, He Xin Quan, plans to cheat the He family out of their fortune. Meanwhile, Auntie Tao wants her daughter, Shu Mei, to marry Zhong Xiong so they can enjoy a better life. Lin Ke Qiu, Zhong Xiong's lover, appears mysteriously after having disappeared for 20 years. As the plot unravels, Can Qing discovers some truths that change everyone's life. Now, Can Qing must think of a way to save the He family from the clutches of her uncle. Making matters worse, Auntie Tao is seeking revenge from the family for causing her daughter's death. Will Can Qing succeed in saving the He family?[4]

Cast[edit]

Cast Character
Eric Chen Puie Kong He Zhong Xiong
Susan Leong Madam He/ Zhang Jin Yan
Jess Teong Chris He Can Qing
Ng Kim Ying Auntie Tao/ Li Yu Tao
Alice Yap Lin Ke Qiu
Aenie Wong Xu Shu Mei
Hishiko Woo He Qi Qi
Elvis Chin Tie Ming
Jordan Voon He Xin Quan

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