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- Xuan Lai You Yin (DVD) (Ep. 1-4) (Astro TV Program) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3 Chen Fa Rong | Zhang Fa Kun | Yin Fa Qing
The Little Nyonya (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (US Version) DVD Region All
Jeanette Aw (Actor)
| Qi Yu Wu (Actor)
| Hui Mei Chun (Actor)
| PAN LING LING (Actor)
Hailed as "Singapore's Dae Jang Geum", 2008 drama The Little Nyonya is the 45th-anniversary celebration production for MediaCorp TV. A rare big-budget production for Singapore television, the government-sponsored series took two years to produce, and the efforts were rewarded with the highest ratings in the last decade, as well as 10 awards in the Star Awards 2009, including Best Drama Serial, Director, Screenplay, Actress, Newcomer, Editing, and Theme Song.
Written by Ang Eng Tee and directed by Zhang Rongmin, the 34-episode drama serial depicts the life of the Peranakan and their ethnic culture. Peranakan (or "Baba-Nyonya") refers to the descendents of early Chinese immigrants in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia, where "Baba" means men and "Nyonya" women. The storyline spans over 70 years from the 1930s to the present day, involving four generations of a big family portrayed by popular actors like Qi Yuwu (Painted Skin), Jeanette Aw (Rhythm of Life), Joanne Peh, Pierre Png, Yao Wenlong, and Lin Meijiao.
The deaf and mute Juxiang (Jeanette Aw) is a mistress in a large Peranakan family, who flees from home to marry a Japanese photographer named Yamamoto Yousuke (Dai Yang Tian). After their deaths during World War II, their beautiful daughter Yueniang (also Jeanette Aw) stays with her grandmother (Xiang Yun), who teaches her the fine Peranakan art of cooking and sewing. Yueniang's beauty and culinary skills soon attract many rich suitors, but she only has eyes for Chen Xi (Qi Yuwu), a penniless driver...
Sotus The Series (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (English Subtitled) (GMM TV Drama) (Thailand Version) DVD Region All
Krist Perawat Sangpotirat
| Singto Prachaya Ruangroj
Based on an online novel by BitterSweet, GMM TV's 2016 gay youth series SOTUS unfolds a campus love story between two engineering students. Kongpob (Singto Prachaya Ruangroj) has just begun the first year of university and, like other freshmen in the engineering program, he has to deal with the so-called SOTUS system. This tradition of mentorship by upperclassmen is in practice a hazing ritual, and the current leader of hazing is Kongpob's mentor Arthit (Krist Perawat Sangpotirat). Freshmen are pretty much at the mercy of the unreasonable orders and abuse of upperclassmen, but Kongpob chooses to stand up to Arthit. The two start out as heated rivals, but over repeated run-ins, they begin to develop feelings for each other.
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