When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comHau Chiu-Ping (Chan Hung-Lit) went to Cheuk-Wah's house and told her that the Taiwan's Justice Department was still investigating their case that happened ten years ago.
When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comChun-Hung invited Chun-Hin in joining his company. Chun-Hin rejected the offer, but Chun-Hung mentioned that William's father had a debt on Cheuk-Wah's company.
When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comYi-Long needed help from Lui Yiu-Bun (Cheung Kwok Keung); however, Yiu-Bun is only willing to help him if he can sleep with Lam Pui-Ling (Queenie Chu). Pui-Ling agreed to help Yi-Long, but this time would be the last time that she would help Yi-Long.
When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comChun-Hin finally remembered what happened eighteen years ago and told Yi-Long and Chun-Hung about it. The two of them were shocked. Yi-Long threatens Chun-Hin not to tell anyone, but Chun-Hin rejected him.
When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comChun-Hin was charged with murdering his daughter's boyfriend. During the police interrogation, Chun-Hin couldn't take the guilt anymore, but to confess about the truth of what happened eighteen years ago.
When Heaven Burns series page at Hulu.comChun-Hin mentioned the incident that happened in the snow mountain to Yi-Long and Chun-Hung. Chun-Hin had skeptical memories of eating Hui Ka-Ming (Stanley Cheung), but he wasn't sure if his memory was true or not.
Cable Highlights series page at Hulu.comJim Maceda reports from about the latest in the crisis in Ukraine. Ari Melber takes a look at how speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference talked about Russia and international diplomacy.
Cable Highlights series page at Hulu.comIrin Carmon reports from Norman, Oklahoma, meeting activists who think the anti-abortion movement hasn't gone far enough. The panel discusses where Americans stand on choice, and whether groups like this are changing the conversation.
Cable Highlights series page at Hulu.comAward-winning actress Sally Field joins Ari Melber on Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss Vital Voices, an organization promoting women’s rights, on International Women’s Day.
Cable Highlights series page at Hulu.comAri Melber talks to National Journal’s Elahe Izadi, Chaitanya Komanduri, New York Times’ Sam Tanenhaus, and professor Christina Greer, about what wasn’t discussed at CPAC – and what this year’s CPAC reveals in the evolution of conservatism.
Cable Highlights series page at Hulu.comAri Melber reads his open letter to Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., who voted against Debo Adegbile’s nomination and explained her decision by saying he defended a controversial client. “You, senator, are sending a dangerous message to our nation's lawyers."