Beyond Light Years with Chen Ruo Xuan and Josie Xu Jiao

Another youth drama, focusing on college life! Leading Beyond Light Years (初遇在光年之外), is Chen Ruo Xuan (Evil Minds) and Josie Xu Jiao (Ice Fantasy). The rest of the cast members look quite cute and and fitting, as they are born in the early 90s. Not to make you feel old or anything. I feel it first. XD

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Jia Nai Liang and Wang Zi Wen’s deep love in Where Winter is Warm, Where Summer is Cool

Yep, this is the same one Bosco Wong was supposed to film but schedule conflicts so Jia Nai Liang swooped in to take the lead role alongside Wang Zi Wen. It’s a modern drama adapted from the novel Where Winter is Warm, Where Summer is Cool (何所冬暖 何所夏凉), written by Gu Xi Jue. It’s a warm (ahum…) and gentle romance which has a 2-part story, one about their courtship, and one about their post-marriage life.

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Behind-the-scenes for Hu Bing Qing’s The Legend of Dugu, Ying Er’s Legend of the Ancient Sword 2

New promos!

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Fights Break Sphere First Trailer: Baron Chen drives Leo Wu Lei batty

While we see glimpses of his romance with the ladies, it’s Wu Lei‘s chemistry with his master, Baron Chen, that cracks me up. He puts the poor kid through a lot to get that kind of face above! So many pretty ladies, Wu Lei putting the moves on his Jie Jies. Tsk tsk!! XD

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland & Entertainment News (56)

I thought this post will never see the light of day. Every time I thought I was done, I turned around and they held a conference, released new pictures and bts videos. Good stuff, but too many news to sort through!

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Chinese Midnight Diner: Mark Zhao and Ma Qian Yi’s moving performances

OH MY GAHHHH. It’s a beautiful sunday and I see this first thing in the morning! One of the quieter dramas that will also broadcast in June is the Chinese remake of Japanese drama Shinya Shokudo, which was also based on a Japanese manga series by Yarō Abe. Trailer for Mark Zhao‘s single parenthood has just been released and though he plays a mute father left behind with a baby girl after his wife (Stephy Qi Wei)’s departure, his eyes and smile speak volume about the pain and love he feels but cannot say. The little girl, child actress Ma Qian Yi, also brings in her A game.

This is too beautiful. T_______T

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Tearful goodbyes and palm strikes in Tong Hua’s A Life Time Love

It’s Tong Hua, tear-jerking goodbyes is a norm. Lol. One moment, there’s no promo, and now we have promos every day. Adapted from her novel, Once Promised (上古情歌), A Life Time Love will join the June ratings competition on June 12th, featuring Huang Xiao Ming, Victoria Song, Peter Sheng Yi Lun, Janice Wu Qian, and Luo Yun Xi.

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