Telemad: Go Ahead and Nothing But Thirty are among the hottest Chinese dramas to catch

While Go Ahead's central romance feels forced, the show remains highly watchable and binge-worthy. PHOTO: IQIYI
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SINGAPORE - One of the most talked-about Chinese dramas this year is Go Ahead, which looks at what defines a family, and has at its heart an unconventional family brought together by love as much as circumstances.

Widower Li Haichao is very much a dream dad if not quite a dream boat. He is kept busy running a neighbourhood noodle shop, but never fails to prepare three meals for his young daughter Jianjian.

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