Title: A Great Way to Care 仁心解码
Cast: Alex Fong, Kate Tsui, Raymond Wong, Elliot Yue, Timothy Hung, Pierre Ngo, Cheong Kwok Keung, Lee Kwok Lun, Ram Tseung, Astrid Chan, Ben Wong, Vivien Yeo, Suki Chui, Yoyo Chen
Release date: 8 June 2009- 3rd July 2013 (released Overseas)- This series was initially warehoused; later broadcasted in Hong Kong on 10 January 2011. A sequel was released in 2012
Filmed: October 2008
Producer: Law Wing Yin
Scriptwriter: Kwan Chung Ling
KO LAP YAN (Alex Fong Chung Sun), Senior Psychiatrist of Yan Wo Hospital, is a competent and kind-hearted doctor who specializes in severe schizophrenia and even minor mental illness. YAN cures his patients by not only medication but also by psychological analysis. He diagnoses the cause with reference to the symptoms. The plot is interesting, intricate and extraordinary. The Psychiatrist LIN CHI SUM (Cheung Chi Kwong) and the nurse LI YING CHUN (Raymond Raymond Wong Ho Yin) are both good friends of YAN. SUM is keen on helping people. He has cured a patient suffering from binge eating disorder SUEN KA PIK (Vivien Yeo). They have overcome a lot of difficulties and become a couple. YAN is a divorced single father with a daughter. After the failed marriage, he did not long for love affairs until he chanced upon an Inspector of Serious Crime Unit MOK MAN YEE (Kate Tsui). They have gradually developed their relationship through business contact. However, in order to avoid recurrence of genetic mental disease, YEE detaches her feeling from YAN.
Comments: First Impression- not appealing at all! I don’t like Kate Tsui and seeing Alex Fong just reminds me of ‘Building Blocks of Life’ which looks equally unappealing =\ The name itself is so boring “A great way to care”. I don’t have intentions of watching this unless I hear very good reviews and appraisals about it.