Rosy Business is a 2009 Hong Kong television drama produced by Television Broadcasts Limited under executive producer Lee Tim-shing. It original aired on the Jade network from 27 April to 29 May 2009, consisting of 25 episodes. The final two episodes were aired back to back, including a Scoop showing insert, having the whole finale special last for two hours. Set in Eastern China in the mid-19th century Qing Dynasty, Rosy Business tells a story of the mercantile Chiang family and the ambition and jealousy surrounding the issue of who will inherit the family business when Chiang Kiu dies. The story surrounds the life of Hong Po-kei, who marries into the Chiang family as Chiang Kiu's fourth wife. She gains ownership of Hing Fung Nin, the family rice shop, and guides the ambitious coolie Chai Kau to rise in the social status ladder. The script was inspired by the successful Chinese television series, The Grand Gate Mansion. Although the drama was met with mixed reviews in Mainland China due to its vital similarities to The Grand Gate Mansion, the drama was a popular critical success in Hong Kong and was the most successful drama in the first half of 2009. The final week of broadcast garnered a peak of 47 rating points with 3 million viewers. The drama and cast received twelve TVB Anniversary Award nominations and eight top 5 nominations, winning all eight of them. The awards include Best Drama, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, My Favourite Male Character and Most Improved Male Artiste. A sister production, No Regrets, was released in 2010.