Cast: Liza Wang, Denise Ho, Ron Ng, Chapman To, Joel Chan, etc.
Length: 80 episodes
Genre: Modern Sitcom
Producer: Wong Wai Sing
Scriptwriters: Zhu Gang Kei, Wu Mei Wun, and Qi Wah
Special thanks to F.B.I. for the translations!
Divorcee Lui Siu Fung (Liza Wang) is the head secretary of CEO So Dai Tung (Cheung Kwok Keung) at a Shopping Center Management Company. Fung has served the company for many years and thus has Tung’s trust. Tung seems to be cowardly and timid, but is actually full of plans and ambition for power, using the generous Fung as his mole to spy on the managers. The office is where Fung shows her power. Every desk and chair to plants and pots are under Fung’s regulations; all the rules are set and explained by Fung. Fung knows everyone’s weakness, therefore making everyone yield to obedience. The whole office regards Fung as the “Queen of Office” and is terrified of her.
The Publicity Department has a new manager, who happens to be Fung’s daughter Miu Sik Ji (Denise Ho). Although the two have not seen each other for a long time, Ji treats Fung coldly. As Ji’s position is higher than Fung, she is not accustomed to the rules Fung laid down and purposefully opposed everything about Fung. Wanting to control Ji, Fung sends her newly hired secretary Si Sap Yat (Chapman To) to work under Ji. Ji sees that Fung is nice to Yat and thus purposefully criticizes and tortures him. Yat is stuck in the middle of the two, but in order to keep his job, he suffers in silence.
Though Fung is tough in the office, she is lonely at home. She got married and gave birth at an early age. Soon, she found out her husband has an affair and filed divorce. Ji hates Fung for making the family break apart and emigrated to the U.S. with her father. Ji returns to Hong Kong and moves in with Fung but only treats her mother as an owner. They don’t get along. In contrast, Fung gets along well with her brother Lui Siu Lung (Lau Kong), who lives across the street with his wife Man Yu Ju (Angelina Lo) and son Lui Yu (Joel Chan).
Ji’s childhood friend Ling Siu Kei (Ron Ng) unsconsciously treats Fung as his mother since Kei’s biological mother passed away when he was young. When Kei reunites with Ji, he also joins the company and begins falling for Ji. Ji, on the other hand, starts admiring the single father Yat. After the death of his wife, Yat is left with his three-year-old twin daughters. The family of three moved into the public housing across from Fung. Yat has to find someone to take care of the twins, so he works hard to build a good relationship with his neighbors. As Ji and Yat come to better understand each other, Ji sees the qualities in Yat and admires him even more
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