A regular white-collar woman named Bing, who leads a carefree city life that includes guarding her turf in the office and dating and gossiping with her three girlfriends. However, her carefree life soon turns upside down when she found a lump in her breast. Everything begins to fall apart as she tries to cope with the loss of femininity in a series of bittersweet events. With the help of a happy-go-lucky doctor V and a shy but talented teenager Sing, Bing begins to find new meanings in her turmoil and the will to face her own demons. Written by
The original poster that shows a computer-altered photography of a woman's upper torso was withdrawn from display in Hong Kong's subway system. The company in charge of Hong Kong's subway system had concluded the poster was not suitable for the public and banned it from all subway stations. Edited Posters with a more traditional design, showing portraits of two leads were used instead. See more »
"TIAN SHENG ZHU DING"
Performed by Miriam Yeung Chin Wah (as Miriam Yeung) and Richie Ren (as Richie Jen)
Music/Lyrics by Richie Ren (as Richie Jen)
Produced by Uncle Frank
Arrangement & Guitarist: Jonny Yang
Background Vocal Arrangement: Judy Chen
Background Vocal: Judy Chen
Recording Engineer: Arron Chen (Impact Taipei) and Owen Lui (Tang Lou Hong Kong)
Mixing Engineer: Arron Chen (Impact Taipei)
O.P. Tyhoon Music (HK) Limited
S.P. Shanghai Push Typhoon Music & Entertainment Ltd. See more »
Bingo Cheung is a sassy, smart-mouthed advertising executive. Nothing fazes this girl. Even when she discovers that she must lose her breast to cancer, she flips a coin and gives herself the options "Tails, cured. Heads, all cured". She is a determined optimist. And fooling herself.
The problem is Bingo finds it hard to let go. She carries a 7 year old pager in the hope her ex-boyfriend will contact her. He does. With cancer, she is terrified of losing her femininity and her future. It takes love and Dr V to help her understand how much she wants to live.
Packed with laughs and lots of story, we become immersed in all facets of Bingo's life. It is both hilarious and heart-breaking as she learns that a positive attitude also requires positive actions.
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