Humans have travelled to the depths of the seas, conquered the heights of the mountains and even left a footprint on the moon. So what's stopping us from time-travelling? Well, apparently, we’ve done that too…
Always and Ever – Bobby Au-Yeung’s soul zips through time, travelling from the Song Dynasty to the 1950s and back to the present, as Bobby tries to escape from the evil curse befalling him and his lover (Esther Kwan).
A Step into the Past – Louis Koo agrees to participate in a scientific experiment to go back to the Warring States period and witness the coronation of the future Qin Shi Huang (Raymond Lam). But a critical error during the transportation process leaves Louis stuck in the past.
Three Kingdoms RPG – Avid video gamer Kenneth Ma is taken back to the Three Kingdoms period, where he meets his idol Zhuge Liang (Raymond Lam). Kenneth uses his knowledge from video games to help Zhuge Liang in his military endeavours.
A Chip off the Old Block – Ron Ng finds himself back in the 1960s, where he meets the younger version of his father (Sunny Chan). They go through many things together and Ron slowly begins to gain appreciation for his father’s selfless principles.
The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow – The Yongzheng Emperor (Kwong Wah) and an assassin (Maggie Cheung) are both warped forward in time to the 21st century. Yongzheng uses the same diligence to navigate the modern corporate world as he did when he was fighting for the throne.
To Get Unstuck in Time – Roger Kwok is able to communicate with his father (Benz Hui) from 20 years ago through an old telephone. Father and son work together to solve crimes that spans across time dimensions.