Drama Updates: Women In Shanghai, Lost in 1949, His Excellency’s First Love, The Way We Were

The drama offerings for May! Which will you watch?

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Drama Updates: The Eternal Love 2, Hope All Is Well With Us, The Untamed, Love Won’t Wait

Sorry for another delayed post. Got hitched with the stomach flu. Headaches, vomiting, nauseous, diarrhea, the full package to ruin my weekend. >.< Don’t know why I like to tell you guys these small happenings in my life, they are not cute. Lol.

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New Trailers: The Story of Ming Lan, Summer’s Desire, Escape, His Excellency’s First Love

Another night, another batch of new promotional videos ~

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Double dose of Chen Kun in spy drama The Escape (Tuo Shen)

If you’re a fan of Chen Kun, this drama is for you. If you need convincing, check out the latest teaser! It’s hilarious as we see Chen Kun having fun playing dual roles (bros), one is a nerdy, straight-laced bespectacled man, the other is a street-smart lad! Female lead is Wan Qian (she’s everywhere nowadays!) and she plays a spy disguised as a female accountant with a secret mission to protect someone important. She meets Older brother after accidentally exchanging suitcases at the train station and becomes acquaintance with him. She later finds out his younger twin brother is an important figure to protect. In times of chaos and war, could the three find true value in the meaning of love, life, and faith?

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Friday Photoshoots: Shen Yue and Meteor Garden 2018 Boys, Chen Kun, Wallace Huo

Happy Weekend! It’s glacier cold in Boston tonight! Make sure you are warm and the faucets are leaking them water! Our pipes broke two years ago and it was not a fun time ~

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First teasers for Chen Kun’s The Double (Tuo Shen) drama with Wan Qian

Previously known as The Escapee (脱身), and now Escape or The Double, this is Chen Kun‘s first drama comeback, before Rise of the Phoenixes. The new spy drama is an original work which is reported to have been polished for a number of years. Chen Kun plays dual roles (brothers) hence the new English name makes sense. heh. Wan Qian plays a spy disguised as a female accountant with a secret mission to protect someone important. She meets Older brother after accidentally exchanging suitcases at the train station and becomes acquaintance with him. She later finds out his younger twin brother is an important figure to protect. In times of chaos and war, could the three find true value in the meaning of love, life, and faith?

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First trailers: Chen Kun’s The Rise of Phoenixes, Wu Jin Yan’s Story of Yan Xi’s Palace, Zhang Yi Shan’s Chong Er’s Preach

Of the three dramas, I’m only interested in the one pictured above…. can you blame me!?

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