New Stills: In Youth, Zheng Ye Cheng’s An Oriental Odyssey, Jin Yi Zhi Xia, Chen Xiao’s Red Rose, Chen Xiang’s The Mysterious Team

Trying to update just one drama per post is kinda impossible. Bear with me in yet another huge, never-ending post!

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IQiyi Scream Night and Music Festival 2018

Time for online websites/platforms to dish out their pork awards! Don’t ask me what the difference is for the awards. Lol! I’m just here for the pretty actors and their bling bling!

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Lost Love In Times Discussion Post Week 12: Episodes 51 – 56 (Finale)

We are finally here! 3 whole months of airing. We start with marriage and end with marriage. Lol. 🙂

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Lost Love In Times Discussion Post Week 11: Episodes 45 – 50

You think you’re better than me because you wear pretty wedding gowns every 10 episodes?!

One more week!

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Lost Love In Times Discussion Post Week 10: Episodes 39 – 44

Drama within drama! Joe Xu Hai Qiao is a badass! We all know how shady the entertainment business is and many actors are forced to accept and move or lest they offend the big boys in the biz but lookie at Xu Hai Qiao, who directly tagged the production team on weibo about editing his lines (leading to words not syncing with mouth movements) and cutting his scenes. When he was cast for the role, he read the novel and really liked the character and in the five months of shooting, had done his best to bring the character forward. He frequently sought the novel author and together they hoped to bring the wholeness of his character to life. As an actor, he usually watches his works as they air to monitor and improve for later projects, which was how he began to notice drastic lines editing and reduced scenes onscreen. The author supported his stance and stated that his performance is ideal and closest to the character written in the novel. The producer (Tang Li Jun) and one of the screenwriters (Han Pei Zhen) have spoken up, explaining that the work of post-production teams is to enhance and highlight the characters and the plot to intensify the flow of the storyline. Every decision they made was done collectively, after speaking with the producer, directors, script writers, and post production teams. Interestingly, not with the actors! Han Pei Zhen stated that the small changes are deliberately done to enrich and link with the plots later on, so that as the story reaches climax, viewers will be able to see the characters holistically and not just under one color. Whether these changes will alter his character in a negative light, we would have to watch and see.

That’s it for today’s drama within drama! Lol.

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Lost Love In Times Discussion Post Week 9: Episodes 33 – 38

As announced last week, we have 6 episodes this week (wed-fri)! Lost Love In Times has 56 episodes, so 3 more weeks.

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Sweet chemistry between Zhang Yun Long and Qiao Xin in When We Are Still Young

They are tooooo cute!! Our heroine is a simple and kind-hearted girl who joins a public relations company and works under the hero. Since his parents work overseas a lot, our hero craves human affections and is therefore very helpful with other people, hoping to receive warmth in return. However, ever since she joined the company, news leaking becomes a dominant problem, coupled with her complicated background, forcing our reluctant hero and his three good friends to suspect her of being a spy for their competitor. Problems escalate when she has a bond with the other team’s boss too!

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