Mainland Chinese drama series Sweet Dreams has been raking up the views on dimsum for these past few weeks and topped the most-watched list in July.
Also known as a Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye or One Thousand And One Nights in Mandarin, Sweet Dreams is a sci-fi romance which stars China’s hottest rising stars Dilraba Dilmurat and Deng Lun.
In the drama, Dilraba plays a sweet-natured hotel employee named Ling Lingqi who has a crush on a renowned florist named Bo Hai portrayed by Deng, so she decides to seek employment at his company Flowerplus.
The plot begins when she gains the ability to enter his dreams to do the things that they can only fantasize about in reality, thus beginning their fairytale romance.
Sweet Dreams has been getting dimsum subscribers excited for a few weeks as all 48 episodes of the series was simulcast from China, where it debuted on Hunan TV on Jun 25.
To celebrate the success of their hottest new drama, dimsum crew members gave out 1500 roses to ladies in Klang Valley during lunch hour on July 27 as a gesture of appreciation. The roses were distributed in Uptown, Bandar Sunway, Damansara Height, Digital Mall, and KL Sentral.
Attached to the roses were small cards in four different designs, bearing pictures of the two stars alongside meaningful messages:
(1) Where flowers bloom so does hope.
(2) Let your heart be filled with the warmth of smiles and flowers.
(3) Believe that you will shine in the darkness. Fight with all you have.
The back of the card featured a QR code that recipients could scan to lead them to dimsum.my and get 30-day free trial subscription to watch Sweet Dreams. #sweetdreamsMY
“This is a great way to say thank you and to light up the day for the lunch crowd. It is also a great way to have the dimsum team distribute the roses as it is their hard work that made the show a success. The entire office was filled with the beauty and scent of roses. It’s a great way to celebrate the week, “ said dimsum Chief Marketing Officer Lam Swee Kim.
Catch Sweet Dreams on dimsum.my, a Malaysian subscription video-on-demand service operated by SMG Entertainment Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Star Online Sdn Bhd, part of Star Media Group). Currently available in Malaysia and Brunei, dimsum now supports Samsung Smart TV, Chromecast and AirPlay for subscribers to binge-watch all shows on a bigger screen, with subscription priced at only RM13.90 a month. All new subscribers will enjoy 30 days of free access. For more information, log on to dimsum.my, Facebook or Instagram.