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Joy of Life
Also known asCelebrating an Affluent Year
Traditional Chinese慶餘年
Simplified Chinese庆余年
Hanyu PinyinQìng Yúnián
  • Historical fiction
  • Political
  • Romance
Based onQing Yu Nian
by Mao Ni
Written byWang Juan
Directed bySun Hao
  • Zhang Ruoyun
  • Li Qin
  • Chen Daoming
Opening theme"One Life One Thought" by Li Jian
Ending theme"Remaining Years" by Xiao Zhan
Country of originChina
Original languageMandarin
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes47
Executive producerChen Yingjie
Production locations
  • Hengdian World Studios
  • Duyun
EditorZhang Jia
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time40-45 minutes
Production companies
  • Tencent Pictures
  • New Classics Media
  • China Literature
  • Azure Media Corporation
  • Huayu Shidai
  • Hainan Television
Original network
  • Tencent Video
  • iQiyi
Original releaseNovember 26, 2019

Joy of Life (Chinese: 庆余年; pinyin: Qìng Yúnián), also known as Thankful for the Remaining Years, is a 2019 Chinese television series that is based on the novel Qing Yunian (庆余年) by Mao Ni.[1] It stars Zhang Ruoyun, Li Qin and Chen Daoming.[2][3][4] The series premiered on Tencent Video and iQiyi on November 26, 2019.[5] It garnered high viewership and mostly positive reviews, and won two awards at the Shanghai Television Festival, including Best Adapted Screenplay.[6] It is currently (2023) available via Rakuten Viki.[7]

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Fan Xian is born in the ancient empire of Southern Qing with memories of the 21st century. He is raised by his grandmother in the rural town, Danzhou as the illegitimate son of the Minister of Finance. His mother, Ye Qingmei was once a celebrated inventor who founded the Overwatch Council, the country's spy network and the Royal Treasury but was killed shortly after her son was born. Fan Xian has been protected since birth by a blind martial arts expert, Wu Zhu, his mother's bodyguard. He learns martial arts and the art of poison as a child, also assisted by his knowledge from the 21st century. After an assassination attempt, he decides to lớn venture into the capital to lớn find out more about his mysterious mother and why anyone would want to lớn kill him, as he perceives himself to lớn be an unimportant person. He also wants to lớn know why he has memories of an obviously different era. In the capital, he accidentally meets Lin Wan'er, the sickly illegitimate daughter of the Princess Royal and falls in love with her. Unbeknownst to lớn him, she is the woman the Emperor chose for him to lớn marry ví that he could take over the Royal Treasury, an institute Fan Xian's mother established in the palace and currently handled by the Princess Royal. In the capital, however, he gets entangled in the relationship between the Emperor and the two Princes, as well as the Overwatch Council, leading to lớn him question his whole identity and motivating him to lớn find his true life goals, abandoning his original intention to lớn just "enjoy life".

In the 46th (and final episode of season 1) Fan Xian, choosing loyalty to lớn friends and family over loyalty to lớn state, is apparently killed. Two more seasons are planned.[8]

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Actor Character Introduction
Zhang Ruoyun[9]

Haolin Han as young Fan Xian [10]

Fan Xian / Fan Shen Fan Jian's adopted son; the son of the emperor and Ye Qingmei. He is quite skilled in martial arts and has memories from the 21st Century which allow him to lớn use that knowledge to lớn his advantage. Lin Wan'er's love interest and fiancée.
Li Qin[11] Lin Wan'er Commandery Princess. The illegitimate daughter of Lin Ruofu and the Elder Princess. Fan Xian's love interest and fiancée. She suffers from tuberculosis, and later Fan Xian treats her disease.
Chen Daoming[12] Emperor The ruler of Southern Qing. Original name unmentioned, as the author thought it to lớn be unnecessary.


Southern Qing Empire[edit]

Imperial palace[edit]
Actor Character Introduction
Zheng Yuzhi Empress Dowager Empress Dowager of Qing. Mother of the Emperor, Elder Princess Li Yunrui, and Prince of Jing. Eunuch Hong attends to lớn her.
Yuan Quan Ye Qingmei Fan Xian's birth mother, and former lover of the emperor. Her inventions made the royal family wealthy, which created the Royal Treasury and also founded the Overwatch Council.
Li Xiaoran[13] Li Yunrui Eldest Princess (equivalent to lớn the west's Princess Royal) and Lin Wan'er's mother. Younger sister of the Emperor although they are not blood related. She controls the Royal Treasury which will be passed on to lớn whoever marries Lin Wan'er.
Lin Jing Noble Consort Shu The mother of the second prince.
Deng Tongtian Concubine Yi Liu Ruyu's cousin; the mother of the third prince (he is really the fourth prince by birth order but the Crown Prince is excluded from the ranking).
Qiao Hong Talented Lady Ning The mother of the eldest prince. A native of Dongyi (Japan), her foreign blood bars her son from the succession.
Liu Duan Duan Li Chengze The second prince of Qing. Born by Noble Consort Shu. He appears laidback but underneath he is calculating and hides his true nature.
Zhang Haowei Li Chengqian Crown Prince of Qing and the third eldest prince of Qing by birth order.
Liu Runnan[14] Li Hongcheng Son of the Prince of Jing, who is the full younger brother of the Qing Emperor. Close friend and cousin of the second prince.
Imperial court[edit]
Actor Character Introduction
Yu Yang[15] Lin Ruofu Prime Minister of Qing. Father of Lin Wan'er', Lin Dabao, and Lin Gong.
Gao Shuguang[16] Fan Jian Count of Sinan and formerly Assistant Minister of Revenue, now Minister of Revenue. Fan Ruoruo and Fan Sizhe's biological father. Fan Xian's adoptive father.
Chang Cheng Guo Youzhi Minister of Rites. Father of Guo Baokun.
Li Jianyi Mei Zhili Local Prefect of the Capital City. He acts as the judge in civil court. Assassinated en route to lớn return to lớn hometown for retirement.
Li Zifeng Yan Xiaoyi Commander of the Palace Guards. The only 9th level archery martial artist in existence according to lớn Wuzhu. He was saved and promoted from a hunter by Eldest Princess Yunrui, and he is loyal to lớn her.
Cui Peng Gong Dian Vice-Commander of the Palace Guards and the emperor's bodyguard. 8th level martial artist.
Cui Zhigang Eunuch Hou The emperor's head eunuch
Du Yuming Eunuch Hong Siku Empress Dowager's head eunuch. Reputed to lớn be one of the four martial grandmasters.
Zhao Zhen Ting Xie Bian 2nd Prince's Bodyguard. A martial artist who is highly skilled in using swords.
Overwatch Council[edit]
Actor Character Introduction
Wu Gang[17] Chen Pingping Ruthless and astute head of the government's Overwatch Council, an investigative agency that monitors other government branches. He is considered to lớn be the second most powerful person in Southern Qing.
Hai Yitian Zhu Ge Head of the first bureau of the Overwatch Council, the branch in charge of the capital đô thị.
Liu Hua[18] Fei Jie Head of the third bureau of the Overwatch Council, the branch specializing in poison and gadgets. Fan Xian’s first teacher. Master of poisons and medicine.
Dong Jingchuan Senior Leng Acting head of the third bureau of the Overwatch Council.
Li Qiang [zh] Yan Ruohai Head of the fourth bureau of the Overwatch Council, the branch in charge of everything outside the capital đô thị, including foreign espionage.
Hei Qi Head of the fifth bureau of the Overwatch Council, the armed division known as the Black Knights.
Wang Yifu Ying Zi (Shadow) Head of the sixth bureau of the Overwatch Council, the assassination branch. Known as Lord Shadow. He appears mysterious and no one has ever seen his face under his mask and hood. He is highly skilled in martial arts and according to lớn Chen Pingping, he can wipe out an army by himself.
Jiang Yang Xuan Jiu Head of the eighth bureau of the Overwatch Council, the branch in charge of publication of books.
Tian Yu[19] Wang Qinian A notary of the first bureau. Loves money and is afraid of his wife.
Xiao Zhan[20] Yan Bingyun Yan Ruohai's son. He is dispatched as the spymaster in Northern Qi. Stands for peace and order in Northern Qi.
Fan's family and household[edit]
Actor Character Introduction
Cao Cuifen Fan Jian's mother. Fan Xian's (adoptive) grandmother. Fan Ruoruo and Fan Sizhe's biological grandmother. She lives in Danzhou and looked after Fan Xian when he was born.
Zhao Ke[21] Liu Ruyu Fan Jian's second wife and Fan Sizhe's mother
Song Yi[22] Fan Ruoruo Fan Jian's daughter, Fan Xian's adoptive younger sister, and Fan Sizhe's elder sister. She is known to lớn be the most talented girl in the capital.
Guo Qilin[23] Fan Sizhe Fan Jian's son with Liu Ruyu. Is very focused on money.
Wang Yang[24] Teng Zijing Originally a thành viên of the fourth bureau of the control department, later Fan Xian's close friend and bodyguard. 7th level martial artist.
Han Yuanqi Teng Zijing's son.
Actor Character Introduction
Tong Mengshi[25] Wuzhu A blind martial arts grandmaster and loyal servant of Ye Qingmei. He serves Fan Xian under orders from his mother. Only a few people know of his existence.
Kang Jie Lin Gong Lin Ruofu's second son and Lin Wan'er's older brother, he dislikes Fan Xian.
Lin Dabao Lin Ruofu's eldest son. He suffered an illness a young age which impacted his mental development. He and Fan Xian get along well.
Jia Jinghui Guo Baokun Guo Youzhi's son. Friend of the Crown Prince.
Xiao Haoran He Zongwei An orator/lawyer who often argues cases in favour of the aristocrats, much to lớn the disgust of the commoners.
Han Jiunuo[26] Ye Ling'er Lin Wan'er's friend and daughter of the head of the Garrison
Li Shen[27] Gao Da A guard escort accompanying Fan Xian to lớn Northern Qi.
Si Gujian One of four martial arts grandmasters. Resides in Dongyi. His disciples are never without a sword.

Northern Qi Empire[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Liang Aiqi Empress Dowager of Northern Qi.
Liu Meitong[28] Zhan Doudou Emperor of Northern Qi.
Li Chun[29] Si Lili A spy from Northern Qi who infiltrates Southern Qing. Noble Consort of Northern Qi. Granddaughter of a Qing prince (presumably an uncle of the Qing Emperor). She later develops feelings for Fan Xian.
Yu Xiaowei[30] Shen Zhong Commander of the Jinyiwei Guards. He is highly skilled in martial arts and appears cunning and sadistic.
Xin Zhilei[31] Haitang Duoduo Blessed Maiden of Northern Qi. 9th level martial artists and youngest disciple of Ku He.
Yu Rongguang Xiao En Zhuang Mohan's younger brother. Former Northern Qi spymaster. Is captured and imprisoned by the Overwatch Council more than vãn a decade before the start of the story.
Sun Yimu Lang Tao Eldest Disciple of Northern Qi's grandmaster Ku He. One of the most powerful martial artists in the world.
He Ziming Shang Shan Hu Northern Qi general. God-son of Xiao En. It is not known whether his surname is Shang or Shangshan
Guo Jia Nuo He Daoren Northern Qi swordmaster, disciple of Si GuJian and 9th level martial artist.
Ku He Uncle of the Emperor of Northern Qi. One of four martial arts grandmasters. Wants Xiao En dead.


Principal photography commenced in January 2018 and the entire filming wrapped up in August 2018.[32] A second season was announced in 2020,[6] while Tencent Pictures, Xinli Media and Đài Loan Trung Quốc Reading Film and Television later announced the project would go live in the fourth quarter of 2021.[33] In October 2021, Disney announced that they would be involved in producing the second season of Joy of Life with New Classics Media, and that this season would be a prequel to lớn the first season.[34]


The drama received positive reviews for its skillful adaptation of the original novel, comedic elements and logical story flow.[35] It also received praise for its cinematography, acting performance, special effects and action scenes; as well as its tight plot and interesting storyline.[36] It achieved more than vãn 13 billion combined views on Tencent Video and iQiyi, and received 8 out of 10 stars on Douban.[6] International streaming site Viki gave it a 9.6 rating out of 10 with over 5000 reviews in 2021.[37]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Category Nominee Results Ref.
Film and TV Role Model 2019 Ranking Popular Web Series Joy of Life Won [38]
China Literature Award Ceremony IP Adapted Drama of the Year Won [39]
26th Shanghai Television Festival Best Television Series Nominated [40][6]
Best Director Sun Hao Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Wang Juan Won
Best Actor Zhang Ruoyun Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Chen Daoming Nominated
Tian Yu Won


Mainland China[edit]

1."One Life One Thought (一念一生)" (Opening theme song)Li JianLi JianLi Jian04:36
2."Remaining Years (余年)" (Ending theme song)Lu JingyaChen ShimeiXiao Zhan04:25

Hong Kong[edit]


1."Anything Goes (皆可)" (Opening theme song)Xiaoxie Lan (藍小邪)Terence LamHebe Tien04:26
2."One, after Another (一一)" (Ending theme song)Radio Mars (火星電台)Radio Mars (火星電台)Hebe Tien04:10

International broadcast[edit]

Region Network Dates Notes
 Hong Kong,
TVB Jade 2 March 2020 - 18 April 2020 (Monday to lớn Friday at 9:30 PM) & 21 March (Saturday at 8:30 PM back to lớn back episodes) Dubbed with Cantonese
 Malaysia 8TV 15 May 2020 - (Monday to lớn Friday at 8:30 PM) Original


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