The clash of old customs and new ideas in Octogenarians and the 90s with Bai Jing Ting and Wu Qian

Octogenarians and the 90s (八零九零) is a modern drama described as warm and healing. Our heroine inherits Sunshine House – a nursing home, after her mother passed away from liver cancer. She, along with our male lead (Bai Jing Ting), are post 90s adults, and their enthusiasm and energy inject much needed vitality into the elders’ lives, however, conflicts between the two generations also threaten old values and customs. As they collide, touching stories of the past change the behaviors and perspectives of both sides. When the nursing home is demolished, our heroine takes it upon herself to rebuild a new community, focusing on elders diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, giving them the freedom and peace to live in their favorite years of the past.

Airing 4/21~ If done right, this drama will be a tear-jerker!

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Cdramas To Air This Week: Beauty From Heart, Hello My Youth, My First Love Is Secret Love, Game Changer, The Most Beautiful You In The World

At first it was five dramas, then 6, 7, 8, and now this post has 11 dramas for this week alone. Oh my gosh, China! Too many!

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Wu Qian climbs up the ladder of justice in Black Lighthouse with Yang Le

Ohhh. This this such a different look and feel that I haven’t seen before from Wu Qian and it’s nice! The hair is a little bit angular for me but hopefully, it doesn’t distract from her performance. Black Lighthouse (黑色灯塔) features our heroine as a newly graduate who gets accepted to be a trainee at courthouse. She gets to witness the legal battles between the prosecutors and the defense lawyers day after day and is armed with commitment and integrity to the right thing; she hopes to become a great judge to serve the people.

The trailer is quite dark. Airing 10/21.

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Wu Qian and Bai Jing Ting take care of the elders in Octogenarians and the 90s

Aww, the topic of this drama is adorable! Octogenarians and the 90s (八零九零) is a modern drama described as warm and healing. Our heroine inherits Sunshine House – a nursing home, after her mother passed away from liver cancer. She, along with our male lead, are post 90s adults, and their enthusiasm and energy inject much needed vitality into the elders’ lives, however, conflicts between the two generations also threaten old values and customs. As they collide, touching stories of the past change the behaviors and perspectives of both sides. When the nursing home is demolished, our heroine takes it upon herself to rebuild a new community, focusing on elders diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, giving them the freedom and peace to live in their favorite years of the past.

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First Impression: What do you think of Skate Into Love with Wu Qian and Zhang Xin Cheng?

Adapted from the novel Rock Sugar And Pear Stew written by Jiu Xiao Qi, Skate Into Love features an adorable romance between two people who are fated to meet again chasing after their dreams on ice. When they were little, our heroine constantly teased our timid and quiet hero. They meet again during college and the table has turned. He’s now a popular hockey player while she’s bumbling along. He’s on a mission for payback but proximity to her sparks a different kind of feeling and in return, he helps her discover her passion for speed-skating again.

Airing 3/19! This looks wicked adorable and I have faith in the leads!

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Cdrama Updates: The Romance of Tiger and Rose, Love and the Emperor, Reborn, The Sweet Love Story

Leap year!

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C-Ent Updates: The Sleuth of Ming Dynasty, Prodigy Healer, Fake Princess, Skate Into Love, Mirror: Twin Cities

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First Impression: What do you think of Wu Qian and Zhang Yu Jian’s I Don’t Like This World I Only Like You?

Modern drama I Don’t Like This World, I Only Like You aka Le Coup De Foudre (我不喜欢这世界,我只喜欢你) is based on the short and sweet novel written by Qiao Yi (Joey), where the story is basically her own romance with her husband, written in short, interesting anecdotes from the time they meet in school, how they get separated, reunited, and finally married. She’s a bubbly and optimistic person while he’s the cold on the outside (poisonous tongue to boot) and warm in the inside.

It stars Janice Wu Qian and Zhang Yu Jian as leads.

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