|Also known as||Bản Năng|
|Screenplay by||Chu King-kei|
|Directed by||Chung Shu-kai|
|Starring|| Adam Cheng |
|Opening theme||Siu Hon Fung Wan (笑看風雲) by Adam Cheng|
|Country of origin||Hong Kong|
|No. of episodes||40|
|Production locations|| Hong Kong |
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Original network||TVB Jade|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV)|
|Original release||November 21, 1994 –|
January 13, 1995
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Wong Tin (Adam Cheng) is a wealthy businessman in Hong Kong. Although he is honest and righteous, he is framed by a business rival. Pau Man-lung (Ekin Cheng) is an ICAC agent tasked with investigating the case. Mutual respect soon develops among Wong Tin and Man-lung. After Man-lung loses his job, he start to work under Wong Tin with his best friend Poon Long-ching (Roger Kwok).
Although Wong Tin is a successful businessman, his personal life is not in good shape. He is divorced and his eldest daughter Wong Lui (Amy Kwok) resents him. Wong Lui develop feelings for Man-lung after her mother died in a car crash. However, Man-lung had already fallen in love with Lam Ching-lit (Adia Chan).
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