The Dream Catchers

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The Dream Catchers
Genre Romance, Engineering
Starring Rui En
Tay Ping Hui
Jesseca Liu
Shaun Chen
Elvin Ng
Paige Chua
Nat Ho
Dawn Yeoh
Opening theme 拭目以待 by 林倛玉 (红毛派)
Ending theme 安全区 by 林倛玉
Country of origin Singapore
Original language(s) Chinese
No. of episodes 20
Producer(s) Yeo Saik Pin (杨锡彬)
Running time approx. 45 minutes per episode
Original network MediaCorp Channel 8
Original release 4 February – 3 March 2009
Preceded by Reunion Dinner
Followed by Housewives' Holiday
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The Dream Catchers (simplified Chinese: 未来不是梦) is a Singaporean Chinese modern romance drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 4 February 2009 and ended on 3 March 2009. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm.

This drama is known for having cast members consisting mainly of young actors and actresses, and traveled to Japan and Bintan for filming.

The Singapore Economic Development Board is the main sponsor for this series.


Main cast[edit]

Cast Role
Rui En
Lin Jiaqi
Tay Ping Hui
Wang Zhiwei
Jesseca Liu
Lin Jiale
Shaun Chen
Jiang Chengfeng
Elvin Ng
Sato 佐藤
Nat Ho
Lin Jia Jie
Dawn Yeoh
Wang Peipei
Paige Chua
Zhang Xiaowei
Zhang Zhenhuan
Hu Yuanjing

Other cast[edit]

Cast Role
Eelyn Kok 郭惠雯 李珊珊 Li Shan Shan
Lin Meijiao 林梅娇 蔡爱丽 Cai Ai Li
Richard Low 刘谦益 林国栋 Lin Guo Dong


Lin Jia Le (Jesseca Liu), Lin Jia Qi (Rui En), Wang Zhi Wei (Tay Ping Hui) and Jiang Cheng Feng (Shaun Chen) are 4 young engineers from different arena but with the same dream of making the world a better place for mankind. In the pursuit of their dreams, their path crosses.

Jia Le always feels that she is cursed and misfortune will befall any man she falls in love with. She finally relented when Zhi Wei proves her wrong with his actions and sincerity. An accident changes Jia Le's mind and she escapes by joining a humanitarian mission, with Zhi Wei hot on her heels.

Jia Qi and Cheng Feng also fall in love, but the latter's ex-fiancee Shan Shan (Eelyn Kok) re-appears and wants to reconcile. Jia Qi is one who cannot tolerate any blemishes in a relationship and decides to step out of the competition and leaves the country, finding new love. But she returns to find a depressed Cheng Feng after Shan Shan's evil ploys are exposed and the sudden death of his father.

Due to the trouble and hardships between Cheng Feng and Jia Qi, Jia Qi finds comfort in her suitor, Sato (Elvin Ng). Sato proves to be a devoted lover to her and Jia Qi gradually falls in love with him while Cheng Feng is dragged down by Shan Shan.

In between everything, Xiaowei (Paige Chua) who has been friends with Zhi Wei ever since they were young, starts to fall in love with him, making things even more complicated for them.


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