Happy Lantern Festival!

Lantern Festival fell on February 19 this year. The festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the first month in the lunar calendar and marks the last day of the Lunar New Year festivities. Many drama productions released special posters on this occasion. Here is a collection.

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[Online Ratings] Week 7, 2019

Here are the online ratings for Week 7, February 11 – February 17 (views in million):
1 The Story of Ming Lan 1006
2 I Will Never Let You Go 521
3 Candle in the Tomb: The Wrath of Time 520
4 Queen Dugu 463
5 My Amazing Boyfriend 2: Unforgettable Impression 365
6 Well-Intended Love 354
7 Unbeatable You 169
8 World Without Fraud 114
9 Anti-Japanese 105
10 National Treasure’s Extraordinary Journey 85

Source: Calculated myself.

Note: Dramas streamed on Youku and iQIYI are not counted anymore. Read more about it here.

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[Online Ratings] Week 6, 2019

Here are the online ratings for Week 6, February 4 – February 10 (views in million):
1 The Story of Ming Lan 1491
2 I Will Never Let You Go 435
3 Candle in the Tomb: The Wrath of Time 409
4 Well-Intended Love 295
5 Emperors & Me 143
6 Anti-Japanese 143
7 Spy Hunter 132
8 Just an Encore 73
9 World Without Fraud 72
10 I Hear You 50

Source: Calculated myself.

Note: Dramas streamed on Youku and iQIYI are not counted anymore. Read more about it here.

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[Online Ratings] Week 5, 2019

Here are the online ratings for Week 5, January 28 – February 3 (views in million):
1 The Story of Ming Lan 1524
2 I Will Never Let You Go 508
3 Candle in the Tomb: The Wrath of Time 468
4 Spy Hunter 371
5 Emperors & Me 224
6 Well-Intended Love 212
7 Anti-Japanese 126
8 Mystery of Antiques 111
9 Dangerous Beauty 69
10 Just an Encore 48

Source: Calculated myself.

Note: Dramas streamed on Youku and iQIYI are not counted anymore. Read more about it here.

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[Currently Airing] I Hear You (Web Drama)

Bei Er Duo (Zhao Lu Si) dreams of studying in Japan to becoming a dubbing actress. Her mother, however, wants her to go up the social ladder by marrying into a rich household and thus sends her to endless blind dates while she is still in her best years. In order to collect enough money for her studies as well as to help her best friend, Er Duo ends up joining a romance reality show. There she meets the world-renowned luthier Ye Shu Wei (Riley Wang) who comes from a family of artists and is also a gifted musician. Even though Shu Wei joined the show after losing a bet with his nephew, he still has another hidden reason for participating. When the show meets a crisis and its reality is questioned, Er Duo and Shu Wei have to start living together.

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