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If you want to taste some Asian snacks that can often be seen on TV, but don’t live in Asia or have an Asian supermarket near where you live, koreansnackbox.com is your solution. They offer original Korean snacks, that are famous throughout Asia, for a small prize and ship them worldwide right to your door.
River Sunset is a Chinese-American co-production based on real events during World War II. It depicts what happened behind the scenes, leading to the Bombing of Tokyo.
Hooligan Li Jin Shui (Wang Yan Lin) roams the streets all year long. Due to a freak combination of factors, he takes on the identity of the son of a mafia boss, Jin Ji Ji. However, Boss Jin suddenly falls ill and his eldest son Jin Ji Zai (Justin Chung) now tries to get rid of his younger brother Ji Ji, so that he can get the inheritance. Luckily, police officer Po Bu Wan (Yang Hao Yu) is able to save Jin Shui and the two become friends. At the same time, the Dong Shun Clan wants to seize the opportunity to take over the Jin family’s business. Jin Shui thus meets the Dong Shun Clan’s leader’s daughter Ju Shan Xi (Li Xi Ran) and falls in love with her.
Two years have passed since white collar worker Jiang Yi Yi (Ivy Chen) and her first love Chu Tian Qi (Archie Kao) broke up. Even though Yi Yi pretends to not be affected anymore, she still can’t forget him. Then she meets the trainee guardian Fang Mu Ye (Wang Zi Qi) from the Guardian Tribe, with whom she ends up living together. Mu Ye’s supernatural powers add a lot of fun to Yi Yi’s life, making her gradually forget Tian Qi and focus on her dream of becoming an inventor again. The two become a bickering couple, however, a crazy scientist, who’s looking for a study object, appears.
The story follows the lives of three boys from Taiwan Hsinchu Senior High School under the Japanese rule. Lin Qing Wen (Jasper Liu), Zhou Shao Zhen (Bryan Chang) and Zhuang Shi Geng (Hou Yan Xi) are childhood friends who grew up together and suffered under the Japanese colonial movement. The turbulence in lives and the brutality they faced under the Japanese rule awakens their nationalist feelings, which lead them to different paths.
Here are the TV ratings for Week 2, January 8 – January 14 (including reruns, average numbers in %):
1 Kite (BTV) 1.697
2 Kite (Dragon TV) 1.632
3 Red Rose (JSTV) 1.146
4 Mr. Right (Dragon TV) 0.973
5 Flipped in My Youth (Hunan TV) 0.94
6 Untouchable Lovers (Hunan TV) 0.795
7 Best Arrangement (Shandong TV) 0.787
8 Love of Aurora (Hunan TV) 0.606
9 Nirvana In Fire 2 (BTV) 0.556
10 Love in Hanyuan (Anhui TV) 0.531
The subtitles for episode 1 of Ripening Orange are finally ready! Happy watching! 🙂
Here are the online ratings for Week 2, January 8 – January 14 (views in million):
1 Love of Aurora 969
2 Growling Tiger, Roaring Dragon 679
3 Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy 663
4 Flipped in My Youth 534
5 Red Rose 534
6 A Seven-Faced Man 502
7 Kite 428
8 As Flowers Fade and Fly Across the Sky 357
9 Nirvana In Fire 2 357
10 Mr. Right 287