My Mom, My Ping Pong (母亲的乒乓球)

To mark the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the Motherland, TVB proudly presents meticulously produced Ode To Light And Shadow In Unity, and TVB always stands by you whatever the circumstances. This drama production is comprised of five engaging short stories, namely Touch The Sky; My Mom, My Ping Pong; My Pride; You Light Me Up; and Silver Lining, which, along with the viewers, are going to witness Hong Kong’s experiences and metamorphoses in the past quarter century. Read more My Mom, My Ping Pong begins with ten-year-old Yu Cheuk-wing (Nikky Lee), who is passionate about table tennis, and Cheuk-wing’s skills keep improving as her coach Kwok Yat (Ruco Chan), who has come to Hong Kong through Quality Migrant Admission Scheme, takes care of her. Cheuk-wing hates losing, and she is depressed as she suffers a defeat. Moreover, she and her mother Kong Chi-yan (Yoyo Chen) are drifting apart as they do not really understand each other. Cheuk-wing is then reprimanded by Kwok Yat, and she is so frustrated that she declares she does not play table tennis any more. Chi-yan offers her encouraging words, but in vain. And the duo contradict each other even more. To help Cheuk-wing overcome hurdles, Kwok Yat wants her to train Chi-yan up to become a satisfactory table tennis player in one day. Cheuk-wing simply takes up this impossible task. Cheuk-wing uses the allure of table tennis to gradually get closer to Chi-yan. She also understands her mother and coach’s support is her strong backing. Read less

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