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|Three Little Wishes |
|Directed by||Xu Pei Yun|
|Starring||Tan Jun Sheng |
|Voices of||Huang Biren|
|Country of origin||Singapore|
|Original language(s)||Mandarin, with English subtitles|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Running time||approx. 20 minutes excluding commercial break|
|Production company(s)||Wawa Pictures|
|Original network||Mediacorp Channel 8|
|Picture format||16:9 Widescreen|
|Original release||25 December 2016 –|
19 March 2017
|Related shows||Three Wishes|
Three Little Wishes (Chinese: 三个小愿望) is a Singaporean family mystery drama produced by production company Wawa Pictures and telecast on MediaCorp Channel 8.
|Tan Jun Sheng |
|Zhao Chenglong 赵成龙||Zhao Yaozong and Zeng Shanmei's youngest son |
Zhao Haiguang and Yang Bamei's grandson
Zhao Youting and Zhao Xiaomin younger brother
|1 - 16|
|Ivan Lo |
|Jiang Yiqi 江义气||Zhao Chenglong Classmate, Best Friend and Schoolmate||1 - 16|
|Lyn Oh |
|Lin Yisha 林仪莎||Zhao Chenglong Classmate, Best Friend and Schoolmate||1 - 16|
|Jason Lee |
|Bai Yingxiong 白英雄||Zhao Chenglong Classmate, Best Friend and Schoolmate||1 - 16|
|李嘉俊||高仁杰||Zhao Chenglong Classmate and Schoolmate||1 - 10|
|黄䊼荣||许光||Zhao Chenglong Classmate and Schoolmate||1 - 10|
|梁昱暒||洪安||Zhao Chenglong Classmate and Schoolmate||1 - 10|
Zhao Chenglong Class Chinese Teacher
Zhao Chenglong's Love Interest
|1 - 6|
|Zhu Xiufeng||Granny 纸巾婆婆||Gave Zhao Yaozong and the episode 20 guest wishing coins (She gave six wishing coins to Zhao Yaozhong (three each time) and three wishing coins to the guest)||1 - 16|
| Thomas Ong |
|Zhao Yaozong 赵耀宗||Zeng Shanmei's husband |
Zhao Chenglong's Father
Wished away by Zhao Chenglong
|1 , 16|
| Huang Biren |
|Zeng Shanmei 曾善美||Zhao Yaozong's wife |
Zhao Chenglong's mother
Was Wished away by Chenglong
Become a terrapin
|1 , 16|
|Alston Yeo |
|No Role||Yingxiong's Best Friend||7|
|阳日华||老板 A||Boss of a shop||3|
|无鼎轩||老板 B||Boss of another Shop||3|
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