Running out of new shows to watch? dimsum is kicking up its offerings this April with these exciting new titles.

Iron Ladies

This Taiwanese drama series centres on three accomplished women – Zhou (Aviis Zhong), Ma (Ada Pa) and Wang (Zhu Zhi Ying) – who hold management positions in an online shopping mall. The ladies are unfortunately not so lucky in love. Zhou finds out her husband is cheating on her. Ma who raised her son, now 18, all by herself has lost her faith in love. Meanwhile, Wang finds out her husband has not only been unfaithful but his mistress is pregnant. Follow their journeys as they try to juggle their personal and professional lives.


Suddenly Seventeen

Liang Xia (Ni Ni) and Mao Liang (Wallace Huo) have been together for 10 years. After forcing Mao to propose to her one day, he decides to break up with her. Devastated, Liang accidentally eats a magical chocolate, which transports her mind back to her 17-year-old self. She later falls for another man Yan Yan (Darren Wang). How will this love story end?


Tiger Cubs Seasons One and Two

Looking for something more action-packed? Hong Kong series Tiger Cubs might be just the thing. The show highlights the workings of elite paramilitary officers from the Hong Kong Police’s Special Duties Unit, specialising in counter-terrorism and hostage rescue situations. Starring Joe Ma, Him Law, Mandy Wong, Oscar Leung, Jessica Hsuan (Season One) and Linda Chung (Season Two).


A House Of Happiness

Local movie, A House Of Happiness, has currently made RM1.5mil in ticket collection. Find out what the fuss is all about and watch it on dimsum. The comedy opens with two senior citizens who are always bickering – the temperamental Uncle Shui, who has Alzheimer’s disease, and Auntie Ha, his patient caregiver. One day, she decides she can’t take it anymore and leaves him. Later, Shui falls for Fang but little does he know, she is only after his money. Starring veteran Hong Kong actor Richard Ng, Ipoh-born Hong Kong-based actress Mimi Chu, 2+1 star Louisa Chong, 988 deejays Chan Fong, Hau Min, Cheryl Lee, Danny One and more.

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