Fantasy drama Rattan (Si Teng) with Jing Tian and Zhang Bin Bin begins airing

Rattan aka Si Teng (司藤) is based on the novel of the same name written by Wei Yu and stars Jing Tian and Zhang Bin Bin as leads. Finally, I see Vin with a different actress! Lol! I’m reading reviews and the novel sounds morbidly comical at times. Our female lead is a demon girl (original form is some type of tree) who is killed by a group of Taoists during the republican years in Shanghai. She’s resurrected by a drop of blood from our male lead 70 years later. How so you asked? Our male lead is pretty perfect in description (rich, handsome) except he’s rather unlucky in love. He’s with his fiancée when their car swerves and he falls off a cliff and his heart is pierced by a branch. His body hangs like that for days. His drop of blood revives our female lead and he also in turn is resurrected by her demonic energy, making them both half-this/half-that, and he is dependent on her energy to live. Here comes the fun part because she slaves him around while she’s bent on revenge against the group of Taoists. But….they are mostly dead 70 years later. Lol. The romance is not heavily played out and it’s more like a journey to uncover the secrets behind their identities.

Airing 3/8 ~

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Jing Tian’s revenge plan goes awry with Xu Wei Zhou in City of Streamer

City of Streamer (流光之城) is your classic revenge story taking place in Shanghai with our heroine trying to exact revenge on a powerful family by playing tutor to their wild son. Of course, proximity with a beauty is a breeding ground for love and that’s when a grievance from two decades ago comes back to haunt the two lovers. Jing Tian was born to play characters in republican dramas, her porcelain skin and petite face, she shines in the outfits.

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Youku reveals trailers and posters for 2021 drama line up; The Story of Xing Fu, Rattan, Being A Hero, among many others

Another station reveals the goodies in their bag!

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First Stills for Miss The Dragon, Use for My Talent, Pride and Prejudice, Fall In Love, Song of Youth

Huge batch of stills from the past week. Happy Weekend!

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Jing Tian and Zhang Bin Bin pair up for fantasy drama Si Teng

Si Teng (司藤) is based on the novel of the same name written by Wei Yu and stars Jing Tian and Zhang Bin Bin as leads. Finally, I see Vin with a different actress! Lol! I’m reading reviews and the novel sounds morbidly comical at times. Our female lead is a demon girl (original form is some type of tree) who is killed by a group of Taoists during the republican years in Shanghai. She’s resurrected by a drop of blood from our male lead 70 years later. How so you asked? Our male lead is pretty perfect in description (rich, handsome) except he’s rather unlucky in love. He’s with his fiancée when their car swerves and he falls off a cliff and his heart is pierced by a branch. His body hangs like that for days. His drop of blood revives our female lead and he also in turn is resurrected by her demonic energy, making them both half-this/half-that, and he is dependent on her energy to live. Here comes the fun part because she slaves him around while she’s bent on revenge against the group of Taoists. But….they are mostly dead 70 years later. Lol. The romance is not heavily played out and it’s more like a journey to uncover the secrets behind their identities.

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Cdrama Updates: Breaking Dawn, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Young Blood Agency, Hope All Is Well With Us

Seems like there’s a new drama airing every day for the month of April. Lol. Take your pick! The modern dramas look pretty adorable lately. xD

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The King of Blaze with Jing Tian and Bolin Chen to join November broadcast

The King of Blaze or Fire King (火王) is adapted from a Taiwanese comic written by You Su Lan, the second installment to her The Seven Mirrors’ Stories series. There’s a modern version as well ~

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