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.
A small town man brings along his mother and his best friend to the big city to find work. They temporarily lodge with an old buddy of his, who is at the time the center of conflicts between union workers fighting for their rights and unscrupulous bosses trying to crush their protests. The man learns to navigate the political landmines and climbs up the society ladder. Yet, he is privately dissatisfied with the man he has become. He later finds a purpose in life and a cause greater than money and power.
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Martial Universe tells the story of Lin Dong (Yang Yang), a child from a small village who isn’t favored by his family. By chance, Lin Dong obtains a mysterious artifact that is coveted by many clans in the martial world. Because of this artifact, Lin Dong is approached by many people of different clans and is forcibly involved in various events of the martial universe.
Based on Huang Fei Hong, the legendary folk hero, martial artist and physician. Huang Fei Hong (Ryan Zheng) starts out a simple man with simple ideals. Adhering to his father’s teachings, he vows to protect the people that he cares about and soon realizes that his passion extends to the people of China. Thirteenth Aunt (Bea Hayden) is investigating her father’s death yet she becomes conflicted when all clues lead back to Huang Fei Hong.
Befitting the 90th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on August 1st, Beijing TV and Zhejiang TV will be broadcasting a drama about the lifes and challenges of soldiers working at the navy.
The story happens at the end of the Tang Dynasty, when Zhu Wen usurps the throne and establishes the Later Liang Dynasty, and he’s known as Emperor Taizu. Ma Zhai Xing (Li Qin) is the daughter of an official and as a child, she befriends a young boy (Darren Wang) who lives in the mountain. One day when he saves a wolf, he accidentally falls over the cliff and is rescued by Zhu Wen. The authoritative figure adopts him as a godson and gives him the title Bo Wang. Ten years later, he saves the female lead per chance and finds her courage and intelligence resonant, and she likes that while he’s in a position of power, he still has humility and kindness. She encourages him to fight for justice and he begins that journey by helping the people, stopping throne fights, etc. Even when they have conflicts, they will face those frankly. As they overcome obstacles and fight for justice, feelings deepen and they are able to reap their own happiness by each other’s side.
Sincere and lively Ru Ge (Dilraba Dilmurat) is the heir to the Flame Mountain Estate. The dust-covered events of nineteen years ago drew her into a whirlpool. There are three men in Ru Ge’s destiny – dark, aloof and arrogant Feng (Zhang Bin Bin), peaceful and gentle Yu (Liu Rui Lin), and peerlessly graceful and talented Xue (Vic Zhou). A soul-stirring story of love and hate begins.
In a world governed by strength and power, Xiao Yan (Wu Lei)’s lack of talent is an embarrassment to his family. At the age of 15, Xiao Yan accidentally summons Yao Chen (Baron Chen) from his mother’s ring. With the elder’s help, Xiao Yan’s skills improve by leaps and bounds. After his entire family is assassinated, Xiao Yan embarks on a journey to find his family’s killer and return peace to the pugilist world.
The Rise of Phoenixes is set in an alternate world, where ancient China is ruled by the Tiansheng dynasty. Ning Yi (Chen Kun), the sixth prince, hides his calculating personality behind a facade of playfulness. Meanwhile, he meets Feng Zhiwei (Ni Ni), a court official who is in fact a woman. Feng Zhiwei was the illegitimate daughter of a noble clan, who got banished from her family after being wrongfully accused of a crime. She soon discovers that she is the only surviving royalty of a fallen dynasty, and seeks vengeance, even if she has to betray her loved ones.