Shades Of Life

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Shades Of Life (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Shades Of Life

Shades Of Life

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    3-disc box set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : Shades Of Life / 我們的天空
  • Genre : Action
  • Episode : 1-12 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2014
  • Listing date : 24 Oct 2014
  • Disc Qty : 3 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Henry Yu , Jack Wu , Elaine Yiu , Zoie Tam , Albert Law , Lo Yuen Yan , Ben Wong , Yueh Hua
  • Synopsis
  • Retired Principal KO PAT-TAU (Henry Yu), who shows great enthusiasm for traditional Chinese culture, is a stickler for family ethics and is a well respected man in town.

    His elder son KO HO-PAN (Jack Wu) graduated with a journalism degree and is now a magazine editor, tending to get to the bottom of things. On livelihood issues, sometimes, his stance differs from his father’s, and each insists on his own opinion. PAT-TAU and his daughter KO HO-YAN (Zoie Tam) have a 40 year-age difference, leading to a serious generation gap problem. In this ever-changing Internet era, it’s very difficult for him to keep up with this technology. Fortunately, his daughter-in-law, TUNG OI-CHING (Elaine Yiu), not only keeps household chores clear and orderly, but also takes very good care of her husband and son. However, with her son growing up, the issue of secondary school choices that they confront gets on each family member’s nerve. This exposes a chain of highly controversial issues in Hong Kong, such as education, housing policy, population aging, youth’s declining competitiveness, Hong Kong-Mainland conflict, HK Mass Migration Wave, etc.

    Each episode is characterized by daily life subject matter, and will certainly evoke emotion in audience……

  • Synopsis
  • Retired Principal KO PAT-TAU (Henry Yu), who shows great enthusiasm for traditional Chinese culture, is a stickler for family ethics and is a well respected man in town.

    His elder son KO HO-PAN (Jack Wu) graduated with a journalism degree and is now a magazine editor, tending to get to the bottom of things. On livelihood issues, sometimes, his stance differs from his father’s, and each insists on his own opinion. PAT-TAU and his daughter KO HO-YAN (Zoie Tam) have a 40 year-age difference, leading to a serious generation gap problem. In this ever-changing Internet era, it’s very difficult for him to keep up with this technology. Fortunately, his daughter-in-law, TUNG OI-CHING (Elaine Yiu), not only keeps household chores clear and orderly, but also takes very good care of her husband and son. However, with her son growing up, the issue of secondary school choices that they confront gets on each family member’s nerve. This exposes a chain of highly controversial issues in Hong Kong, such as education, housing policy, population aging, youth’s declining competitiveness, Hong Kong-Mainland conflict, HK Mass Migration Wave, etc.

    Each episode is characterized by daily life subject matter, and will certainly evoke emotion in audience……