The Little Nyonya: Chinese Remake with Xiao Yan, Kou Chia Jui, and Dai Xiang Yu

The original The Little Nyonya (小娘惹) is a Singaporean drama aired in 2008 with Jeanette Aw, Qi Yuwu, and Pierre Png, spanning over 70 years, following several generations of three families. Jeanette, our heroine played mother, then daughter and her life is nothing but turbulent. Read the full story at wiki because I got very confused at her many pursuers. Lol. Actor Dai Xiang Yu is invited back for the remake as well.

Xiao Yan looks very cute her little bun hair!

Began airing 6/5!

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Anhui (China) TV Drama Awards 2017

I usually look forward to this award show but this year seems very lackluster ~

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Demon Girl unveils 10-minute Trailer at Press Conference

Don’t know why I’m so excited about this drama?!! Please don’t judge me! Lol. It’s like an irrational thirst for dysfunctional story covered by pretty pretty people with endless angst. At least it will be addicting? The only Yumama’s drama that wasn’t addicting to me was Yun Zhong Ge, which defied all of Yu’s factors to be non-stimulating. XD Anyhoo, the 10-minute trailer is packed with spoilers so I will warn you fairly that many deaths are shown in the last 4 minutes. Skip if you don’t want to know. Otherwise, it shows what tragic circumstances befall on our heroine and her family when a jealous rival intends to end her, forcing her to draw blood and ascend the throne to the Demon world. *clasps hands together jubilantly*

*Please be better than the other Demon Girl who failed me. LOL.*

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland/ENT News (34)

Sigh, I need to keep track to make these posts shorter! Getting too long. Wah! And news become old quickly after being stored here for like…two weeks. Lol.

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland/ENT News (31)

Hope everyone had a great good Friday! The little bros got to stay home while I had work! Being an adult sucks! Unless you have a drink in hand…

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Atmospheric first trailer for Yu Zheng’s Demon Girl

Ohhhh! I like it! When it comes to pretty and contrast and colors, Yu Zheng has it down to an art, making everyone looking either plastic-y or flawless – and this time, it’s the latter! Instead of the string of slapping, we have a lot of neck-grabbing in the 2-minute trailer and I wouldn’t want those golden sharp nails anywhere near me. Lol. I also really like that the music isn’t overwhelming.

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Yu Zheng’s Demon Girl adds new face Johnny Huang Jing Yu

“Yumama: I love me some pretty! I got me some pretty!” by Kap

Call me what you like but when this republican fantasy drama, Demon Girl, produced by Yu Zheng comes out, I’m watching it! The amount of pretty onscreen is sparkling and endless and you know how easy it is to convince me. Lol. But some of the comments on weibo killed me. “What the hell is this drama about?” “How is it that he keeps adding people?” “Who are the leads again?” I also laughed so hard at how fast Yumama snatched the rising new face of Johnny Huang Jing Yu from the webdrama Heroine and added him just like that. He just had his costume fitting today, joined by two other new faces. Not only are we getting new pretty people to look at, Yumama also has a bevy list of solid actors as guest stars.

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Zhang Zhe Han, Li Yi Tong, Ady An for Yumama’s Demon Girl

Yumama’s upcoming Republican fantasy drama, Demon Girl (半妖倾城), releases some posters of its pretty cast members this past week. The genre reminds me of Wu Xin The Monster Killer. But this is Yumama, who is the producer and script writer, so what he lacks in originality and substance, he makes it up with a generous amount of pretty and which always manages to gather a big following – for better or for worse. You know you’re getting old when your favorite leading ladies start taking on mother roles. The lovely Ady An has a guest appearance, playing the mother of our female lead. She’s a butterfly demon and lives quietly during the Qing Dynasty with her two daughters and husband. With the collapse of the Qing dynasty, her family is separated and she’s forced to show her demon form to protect her child, which doesn’t lead to a happy ending. Fifteen years later, her daughter (Li Yi Tong) is all grown up and doesn’t know she’s half-human, half demon (amnesia aka emotional trauma blocking the memory of her mother.) She meets and falls in love with a suave wealthy man (Zhang Zhe Han).

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