Enter to the world of Jie Le and enjoy a brand new experience of TV entertainment!
Co-hosted by popular Bo-pee Queen Wang Cai Hua and Pang, this variety show invites well-known artistes from Hokkien drama serials and popular singers to perform and also to share their hardships behind the scenes, gossips in showbiz and everyday life. Light and entertaining, this show is bound to bring you joy every day!Weekdays, 6pm
It is actually very simple to cook up a feast. “Cooking Mama” will share with all mamas her well-kept recipes of turning simple ingredients into delicious dishes. With this cooking show, you will enjoy cooking as much as you enjoy life.Every Monday, 6.30pm
This is a programme about good food, and good food is all about delightful flavours – sour, sweet, bitter or spicy and how these flavours assuage our taste buds. Watch this high quality production that explores the intertwining relationship between man and its food.Every Tuesday, 6.30pm
Hong Kong is a gourmet paradise, easily housing more than twenty thousand restaurants. Eateries open and close every other day, and those that stay are able to do so for a reason. Is it the good food, a secret recipe or the sheer affordability? This programme brings to viewers the story behind the eateries that survive, and presents the everyday life of Hong Kong and its people. Available in Cantonese, with Chinese subtitles.Every Wednesday, 6.30pm
Behind every dish lies a story, often untold. “One Hundred Tastes In Taiwan” brings out the touching life stories behind every dish and the person who prepares it, and provides insights into Taiwan’s cuisine and history.Every Thursday, 6.30pm
Since 2007, this studio cooking series has more than a thousand episodes today. And the reason why it is so long-running? The secret lies in its freshest ingredients, well-known celebrity chefs, and not forgetting the host, who is a well-known household name. She is none other than Zhang Feng Shu – a familiar face in Hokkien drama series. Available in Hokkien and Mandarin, with Chinese subtitles.Every Friday, 6.30pm