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- Chinese Paladin 5 (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-45) (End) (China Version) US$59.99
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The Whirlwind Girl (2015) (DVD) (Ep. 1-32) (End) (Season One) (China Version) DVD Region All
Yang Yang (Actor)
| Hu Bing Qing (Actor)
| Chen Xiang (Actor)
| Leo Wu (Actor)
Based on a novel by Summer's Desire writer Ming Xiaoxi, sports and romance drama The Whirlwind Girl follows the growth, love and dreams of a group of young taekwondo athletes. Up-and-coming actress Hu Bingqing (The Legend of Qin) takes the title role in the refreshing youth drama co-starring Yang Yang (Just One Smile Is Very Alluring), Chen Xiang (Love Weaves Through a Millennium), Bai Jingting (Back in Time) and Leo Wu (Nirvana in Fire).
Teenage girl Qi Baicao (Hu Bingqing) was adopted by taekwondo champion Qu (Vincent Chiao) after losing her parents at the age of six. Qu was banned from competition ten years ago after being framed of doping, but Biaocao believes in him and wants to help clear his name. In the process, she joins the Song Bai Taekwondo School where she meets new friends including kind senior Ruobai (Yang Yang), former champ Yu Chuyuan (Bai Jingting) and the cool and playful Fang Tinghao (Chen Xiang). Together, they grow as athletes and experience love and loss on their bright yet bittersweet coming-of-age journeys.
Sparrow (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-61) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Zhou Dong Yu (Actor)
| Li Yi Feng (Actor)
| Zhang Ruo Yun (Actor)
| Zhang Lu Yi (Actor)
Li Yifeng (Swords of Legends) becomes a double agent in the hot-topic Republican era-espionage drama Sparrow based on Hai Fei's novel. Golden Horse-winning film actress Zhou Dongyu (Soul Mate) co-stars as a greenhorn agent in her first TV drama. Set amid the espionage crossfire of the Second Sino-Japanese War, Sparrow generated much interest for its new-generation leads and the strong supporting performances of Zhang Ruoyun (Novoland: Castle in the Sky), Zhang Luyi (Love Me If You Dare), Adi Kan (Song in the Clouds), Yin Zheng (Love Me If You Dare) and Li Xiaoran (Endless Love).
In March 1940 after Nanjing fell to Japan, the collaborationist Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China was established to serve as a puppet regime for the Japanese government. To counter the many resistance fighters and agents in the midst, the Reorganized Government formed a Special Operations Bureau headed by former Nationalist officer Bi Zhongliang (Zhang Luyi). An agent for the Communist resistance, Chen Shen (Li Yifeng), code named "Sparrow," is embedded in the Special Operation Bureau and has Bi's trust, but he has momentarily lost contact with his party.
Meanwhile, Shen's former sweetheart Xu Bicheng (Zhou Dongyu) and undercover Nationalist agent Tang Shanhai (Zhang Ruoyun), posing as a married couple, also take up positions at the Special Operations Bureau. Bicheng soon finds herself caught between her love for Shen and her commitment to Shanhai, who develops real feelings for her. Unaware that they're both fighting the same enemy, Shen and Shanhai are frequently at dangerous odds while risking their lives to collect intel to fight the Japanese invasion.
The Whirlwind Girl 2 (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-33) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Ji Chang Wook (Actor)
| An Yue Xi (Actor)
| Chen Xiang (Actor)
| Yu Ting Er (Actor)
Following the success of the first season, The Whirlwind Girl returns a year later with An Yuexi (The Journey of Flower) taking over the leading role of taekwondo athlete Qi Baicao for the sequel. Korean actor Ji Chang Wook (Healer) makes his Chinese drama debut as her new coach while Chen Xiang and Leo Wu reprise their roles from the first series.
Armed with her trademark whirlwind kick, Qi Baicao (An Yuexi) made a splash in the youth taekwondo competition circuit, but she has lost her direction and motivation since Ruobai's departure. At this time, new instructor Changan (Ji Chang Wook) appears at Song Bai Taekwondo School and gives everyone a brutal awakening with his tough training methods. Though he seems cold and uncaring at first, Changan is actually pushing Baicao to her limits in order to unlock her potential. With Changan's guidance, Baicao begins to regain her dream and determination.
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