My Story For You: Zheng Shuang goes through thick and thin with Luo Jin

The first official trailer is dropped and My Story For You with Zheng Shuang and Luo Jin feels very different from your usual overly dramatic Chinese modern dramas. It’s hard for me to stomach 90% of modern Cdramas or should I say the mainstream ones with popular actors and actresses. It tends to drag on for a thousand of dog-blood years before reaching an abrupt end. Lol. Maybe because it’s based on a writer’s personal love story with his wife, so he was able to work with the team to create the atmosphere he wanted. I do like what I see ~

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Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy Discussion Post Week 1: Episodes 1 – 12

It’s here! The most anticipated drama for the last two years…. LOL! 2 episodes per day, VIP accounts get to see more, of course… I honestly don’t have the time to recap this drama and with my comprehension skill, I think I’m gonna butcher all the names and places. Open arms for volunteers, let me know! 🙂

Spazz away! The cast alone is…star-studded…

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First Impression: What do you think of Xing Zhao Lin’s Can Not Hug You?

Trying a new feature since I see fans always asking is this or that drama worth checking out? If you’re watching the new modern vampire drama Can Not Hug You with Xing Zhao Lin and Zhang Yu Xi, let us what you think: the goods and the bads! It begins airing today 11/20.

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Oh My General Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 23 – 29

We only have a dozen episodes left to Oh My General, has anyone been keeping up? I know it was one my anticipated dramas but I still haven’t gotten the time or the will to sit down and watch. Maybe I’ll try to catch up after it finishes airing.

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Huang Zi Tao, Jackson Yi, and Hu Bing Qing begin filming Yan Shi Fan Drama

Yan Shi Fan (艳势番) is the novel-to-drama adaptation of a novel written by Han Lu. The story takes place at the end of the Qing Dynasty and beginning of the Republic of China, following a bunch of youths in a time of turbulence, power struggles, and nation’s pride. Huang Zi Tao and Jackson Yi play dual lead roles; Huang Zi Tao plays Chong Li Ming, a leader to one of Eight Banners aka elite forces of the Qing military. But his other identity is leader to a special royal organization (assassination group), Yan Shi Fan, which protects the nation. Despite A Yi (Jackson Yi)’s humbling background, he encourages the boy to join. A Yi is described as beautiful, quiet, and cruel, with potentials to become a killing machine. A profound friendship develops among the men (yes there are a group of pretty boys!) as they go through difficulties and challenges, realizing their ideals and desire to protect their homeland, and joining the revolution.

The other boys include Yu Meng Long, and Wang Rui Chang. It’s a male-centric drama so Hu Bing Qing‘s screen time is limited.

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Jin Dong becomes snarky dentist in Mr. Right and butt-heads with Maggie Jiang

Romantic comedy drama, Mr. Right (恋爱先生), with Jin Dong and Maggie Jiang has dropped a trailer, letting us peek into the world of snarky dentist and his clients and female employees. The story follows three men as they find their significant other. Jin Dong plays a dentist, who on his free time likes to give advice on how to pursue women. Ironically, he hasn’t been in love before. Maggie Jiang‘s character has been hurt in love before, hence is wary of men. The two individuals clash at a dental visit and continue to war their beliefs against each other, leading to a hilarious love story. =)

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Fan Shi Qi and Song Yan Fei involve in Where the Lost Ones Go

Where the Lost Ones Go (可惜不是你) is a modern webdrama that’s airing on Hunan Mango TV with Fan Shi Qi (Ice Fantasy) and Song Yan Fei (Hero Dog 3) and follows the OTP’s beautiful, dream-like love that began in college and they thought they could go through thick and thin together but fate has thrown many wrenches. Our hero’s mother has accumulated a debt so large that he leaves the heroine behind without a word and gets embroiled in the justice system, ending up in jail. Not knowing the truth, our heroine falls apart, enduring loneliness and despair, waiting for his return, slowly working towards her dream of becoming a cartoonist. He returns four years later and wants to rekindle but she’s now faced with pressure from another marriage proposal.

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Jin Shi Jia and Chai Bi Yun headline Forty Years We Walked

Forty Years We Walked is an upcoming drama that is aimed to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s economic reforms which started in 1978 and affected the agriculture industry, trade and foreign investment, Government finances, etc… The story is led by Jin Shi Jia (Hero Dog) and Chai Bi Yun (Rush To The Dead Summer) and it follows a group of young aspiring actors as they face obstacles to achieve their dreams during the 70s-80s-90s-2000s, a forty-years period of high and low moments in an actor’s life.

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