Synopsis: Thirty years ago, Ma Dong Shan, Han De Chang and Song Tian Ming set up the JR hotel together. But 30 years later, Ma Dong Shan is gravely ill, Han De Chang was long dead and Song Tian Ming’s son is missing. So, when the Chairman of JR hotel Ma Dong Shan falls ill, he calls his daughter Ma Ke Ai (Zheng He Hui Zi) from abroad and makes her the chairman of the hotel and manage the hotel on his behalf. Meanwhile, gets into an accident, when she is told that her boyfriend (Kong Shu Han) has “died” and from it gains the ability to see the future and other people’s feelings through physical touch.
Wanting to find out the answers to her father’s neglect and the person who wishes to harm him, she decides to go through with his wishes, however after going through a series of events, she realizes there may be a bigger secret to this. Together with Xia Yu Xing (Zhang Bing Bing), she overcomes all hardship and finds true love in the process.
- A kept man: In this instance they use the chinese version of this phrase which means eating soft rice. It was rumored that the origin of this phrase came from when the young male lover of a rich old woman went to a restaurant to order a meal. The waiter asked them if you wanted their rice harder or soft to which the male lover replied soft. He did that to curry the love of his elderly lover as the woman was elderly and had bad teeth so it was difficult for her to eat harder and drier rice. The waiter replied “The old woman needs to eat soft rice but as a young man, why do you need to eat it?” And it became a term to refer to men who lived off their female lovers/dependent on them financially. This is also why househusbands are so looked down upon in China.