Tag Archive: Regina Wan Qian

Cdrama: The Glory of Tang Dynasty Episodes

Chusen cast Package Deal Round 2! Heee!

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Glory of Tang Dynasty: Opening Music Video, Tang Jin’s song

Between Glory of Tang Dynasty (大唐荣耀) and Three Lives Three Worlds, I think the majority is anticipating 3L3W more, but I’m leaning towards Tang right now. The intensity of the trailers, the richness of the colors, and the excellent soulful singers they have on board got me! Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!

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Opening Themesongs: Three Lives Three Worlds, Glory of Tang Dynasty

Opening themesongs are revealed for two dramas that will be contending in the ratings game with General and I nearing its last leg of episodes. Smart move to air earlier. Yang Mi‘s Three Lives Three Worlds Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms and Jing Tian‘s Glory of the Tang Dynasty. On the one hand, I still …

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Mao Zi Jun, Jing Tian, Ren Jia Lun drip blood in Glory of the Tang Dynasty

Glory of the Tang Dynasty (大唐荣耀) should be called The Legend of Chusen‘s men courting Jing Tian. We have Jing Tian, Shu Chang (also in Chusen), and Wan Qian for the ladies, and Mao Zi Jun, Qin Jun Jie, and Ren Jia Lun for the men. One of them will win the lady’s hand and …

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Raymond Lam in Rule The World, Qin Jun Jie joins Lost Tomb 2

Photobucket is undergoing a long maintenance process which has many users frustrated, including me. So hang tight folks, the beautiful pictures in previous posts will come back…. right? RIGHT?

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Martial Universe adds Wu Chun, The Escapee selects Wan Qian

Casting calls! These two dramas definitely fit the bill of being highly anticipated. The leads have been chosen but we also need a solid supporting cast!

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Stellar cast for Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy

As always, I have never read the novels before. Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy (海上牧云记) is the drama adaptation of the novel written by Jin He Zai. It’s the first series set in Novoland, a period in Kevin Cheng’s Hua Xu Yin: City of Desperate Love. I don’t have time right now to translate …

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