The Legends of Chong Er is set during the Spring and Autumn period and tells the story of Duke Wen of Jin (Henry Wang), whose given name was Chong Er. Since he was a child, Chong Er loved reading the Confucian Classics. Because he was modest, studious and kind, many talented people willingly followed him. But a conspiracy forces Chong Er into exile and many years of wandering and escaping assassins follow.
In a hilarious and sweet xianxia romance set in Ancient China, Lu Zhao Yao (Bai Lu) went through life living ostentatiously in every way possible. She lived her entire demon life in a loud and brazen manner, reigning over legions of demons, and yet, just before she was about to retrieve the sword of the ancient demon king and rightfully claim her spot on the throne, she died. In the most quiet and unobtrusive manner possible. How? By accident. Mo Qing (Xu Kai), one of her lowest ranking lackeys at that point in time, had killed her after he retrieved the demon sword and unintentionally unleashed the sword’s demonic aura onto the heavily injured Lu Zhao Yao. Her quiet and untimely death, coupled with her firm belief that Mo Qing had sneakily betrayed her by lying in the shadows and waiting to strike the final blow and reap all the rewards, nurtured a heavy grievance within her. Lu Zhao Yao refused to head to the underworld and reincarnate, hanging around in the human world in her spirit form. Lady Luck, however, had not completely abandoned her. One fine day, Qin Zhi Yan (Xiao Yan), a female disciple of the Immortal Sect fought with her childhood friend and banged her head onto Lu Zhao Yao’s grave. To Lu Zhao Yao’s utmost delight, she was able to possess Zhi Yan’s body for short periods of time after this. Thus began her journey to avenge her very own death by destroying Mo Qing and, in the process, resume her rightful place as the Queen over all demon sects!
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The story is set in the fictive Sheng country. He Lan Ming Yu (Sarah Zhao) is a honest and bright young lady. In her young years she gets to know the 9th Prince Xiao Cheng Xu (Cheng Yi) by chance. The two get along well and gradually develop feelings for each other. However, fate turns against them and while fake news that Cheng Xu died on the battlefield spread, Ming Yu is forced to marry Cheng Xu’s third older brother and reigning king Xiao Cheng Rui (Han Dong). Cheng Xu helps Cheng Rui establish a great and stable country through continuous big achievements on the battlefield, but Cheng Rui is filled with jealousy towards his outstanding younger brother. When the truth about the death of Cheng Xu’s mother comes to light, Cheng Xu is determined to usurp the throne to take revenge. But before Cheng Xu succeeds, Cheng Rui dies from an old illness after ordering his son Xiao Qi Yuan to succeed the throne. Cheng Xu is forced to assist Qi Yuan while he grows up, and tries to revive his relationship with Ming Yu at the same time. Qi Yuan, however, is dissatisfied with Cheng Xu controlling him. When he finds out that his uncle has an affair with his mother, his hate towards Cheng Xu grows immensly. Ming Yu tries her best to reconcile her son with Cheng Xu.
Heavenly Sword and Dragon Slaying Saber is the last part of the trilogy which began with Legend of the Condor Heroes and continued in Return of the Condor Heroes. The drama takes place nearly 100 years after the events of Return of the Condor Heroes in a China ruled by the Mongolian Yuan Dynasty. Legend says that whoever obtains the Heavenly Sword and Dragon Slaying Saber can rule the world. Zhang Wu Ji (Joseph Zeng) was orphaned at a young age by schemes to discover secrets of these two weapons. Despite his preference to live a non-violent life, Wu Ji finds himself embroiled in the struggles for power and must fight to save himself and others he loves.
New adaptation of the classic folk tale that tells the love story between an immortal and a human. The story is set in Hangzhou, then the capital of the Southern Song court, and is about a 1,000-year-old snake spirit that’s transformed into a beautiful woman and falls in love with a young man. However, a Buddhist monk intervenes…
The Princess of Dali Duan Xin Yao (Viola Fang) escapes from a mysterious fire in the palace. Full of curiosity and armed with a strong sense of justice, she embarks on an adventurous journey and solves cases among the people.
In the spring of 1931, after the Communist Party successfully set up many communication stations in China, they set their sight on Western Europe and assigned two of their agents ”Asthray'” and “Porcelain” to Paris. From there on, the stories of secret deal, hidden betrayal, questionable death, forbidden love, and brotherhood among the military and a prominent family’s members were unraveled.
Hua Bu Qi (Ariel Lin) has been following her uncle and wandering around since she was a child. One day, she meets an admirable swordsman named Lian Yi Ke (Zhang Bin Bin) and falls for him. But Lian Yi Ke is in fact Chen Yu, the only son of the 7th Prince who plans to seize the throne. Any hopes of a life together as a couple are thus dashed. Hua Bu Qi barely escapes death and flees. On top of that, she learns that she is already promised to Dong Fang Shi (Austin Lin), whose grandfather wants to use her because she holds the key to a treasure. Dong Fang Shi, however, falls in love with Hua Bu Qi and tries to avoid harming her in any way.
Di Ji (Zhao Lu Si) is a princess from a vanquished nation. After her country is annihilated by the glass fire, she takes on the name Tang Chuan and hides in Xiang Qu Mountain, a place for cultivation, where she works as a servant. There she meets the outstanding Fu Jiu Yun (Zheng Ye Cheng) who continuously teases her. But when Tang Chuan goes down the wrong path, Jiu Yun will even risk his life to help her. Unbeknown to Tang Chuan, he has been looking after her for ten lifetimes.
Dagger Mastery is set in the Tang dynasty under Emperor Xuanzong’s reign. Shui Ge (Qin Jun Jie) becomes a fugitive after his whole family is exterminated. He then goes to the capital Chang’an where he becomes friends with four hoodlums. The five youths strive for a better future, but accidentally become involved with the evil imperial censor Wang who murdered Shui Ge’s family. Wang sends them to the northwestern border to collect tributes. Without knowing that they have been set up, the five friends happily embark on their journey.