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  • The-Poor-HeiressSet against the unique backdrop of the Filipino-Chinese community, The Poor Heiress tells the story of two rival families – the Wong and Sy clans. Diana, a simple worker, falls in love and marries into the Wong Family, giving birth to its sole heir­ess. Her prosperous life changes on the day her baby is abducted. Banished by the clan and aban­doned by her lover Charles Wong, she comes back years after as an­other person seeking revenge and  redemption. She allies herself with Helena Sy, a strong-willed woman who is similarly motivated by her painful past and is determined to reclaim what is rightfully hers, from the Wongs. A mere spectator to the com­plicated feud of the families is the fearless Grace, a young maid of the Wong clan who unexpectedly finds herself deeply involved in the squabbles of her employers. Grow­ing up in the slum area – where she was found as a child – she faces her  own struggles as she strives for a better chance at life, love and the fullfillment of her dreams.

    It is a modern day fairytale that challenges the time-honored tradi­tions of two families with different cultures. In a story where people are not who they seem to be, wit­ness how the revelation of Grace’s true identity affects the conflict be­tween the Sy and Wong clans. Take part in their journey to un­lock the secrets and mysteries of the characters’ past. Throughout the engaging series, discover the real treasures of life: those more valuable than what riches and pres­tige can offer. Will Diana, Helena and Grace be able to find the truth that they seek and reclaim the hap­piness they lost?

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