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- The Great Shaolin (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-38) (End) (China Version) US$48.99
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Qing Zhu Zhong Guo Ren Min Jie Fang Jun Jian Jun90 Zhou Nian Yue Bing (2017) (DVD) (China Version) DVD Region All
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Midnight Diner (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-36) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Huang Lei (Actor)
| Tsai Yueh Hsun (Director)
| Qi Wei
| Chen Yan Fei
Having already inspired multiple television seasons and feature films in Japan, Abe Yaro's acclaimed manga Midnight Diner arrives on Chinese television with a star-studded adaptation by top Taiwan television director Tsai Yueh Hsun, whose works include the idol drama classics Meteor Garden, Mars and Black & White. The foodie healing drama revolves around a late-night diner that serves as a warm refuge for urbanites seeking comfort food and conversation. Stepping into the role made famous by Kobayashi Kaoru, Huang Lei (Men, Where Are We Going Dad?) stars as the sage chef/owner who dispenses just the right food and advice for his troubled diners.
Like the Japanese series, each episode of the Chinese version of Midnight Diner tells a story based around a dish, such as red braised pork, fried rice, xiaolongbao, rice dumpling and steamed egg. The series enlists an impressive lineup of guest stars from Taiwan and Mainland China, including Jam Hsiao, Richie Jen, Cheryl Yang, Kirsten Ren, He Qiong, Liu Haoran, Wu Xing, Ma Su, Stephy Qi, Xu Jiao, Cherrie Ying, Song Yang, Liang Jing and Black & White's Mark Chao, Ivy Chen, Janine Chang, Shiou Jieh Kai and King Shih Chieh.
Rush To The Dead Summer (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-48) (End) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region All
Cheney Chen (Actor)
| Zheng Shuang (Actor)
| Bai Jing Ting (Actor)
| Ni Jing Yang (Actor)
Based on Guo Jingming's same-titled novel, the coming-of-age romance series Rush to the Dead Summer follows the ups and downs of a group of high school friends over ten years' time. Zheng Shuang (Love O2O), Cheney Chen (Tiny Times) and Bai Jingting (The Whirlwind Girl) star in this youth melodrama about how love and friendship change from the hazy days of youth to the trying turns of adulthood.
Though she comes from a poor family, hardworking Li Xia (Zheng Shuang) earns a scholarship and is able to enter Qianchuan High School with her childhood friend Cheng Qiqi (Chai Biyun). There, she befriends the school's two most popular boys, quiet artist Fu Xiaosi (Cheney Chen) and cheery Lu Zhiang (Bai Jingting), as well as aspiring singer Yu Jian (Xia Zitong). Together, the group of friends create beautiful high school memories. After graduating, they go their separate ways into the real world. Fu Xiaosi gains fame as an artist, and Li Xia stays by his side as his assistant and girlfriend. Cheng Qiqi wins a singing contest and becomes a popular idol, while Yu Jian continues to strive towards her dream. Lu Zhiang loses his smile and bright personality after his mother's passing. As the five grow up, their lives and friendship will be tested and indelibly changed by various adversities, including separation, imprisonment, betrayal and the loss of loved ones.
Ode to Joy 2 (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-55) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Jiang Xin (Actor)
| Liu Tao (Actor)
| Yang Zi (Actor)
| Olivia Wang (Actor)
Return to the 22nd floor of Ode to Joy! Liu Tao, Jiang Xin, Yang Zi, Qiao Xin and Olivia Wang reprise their roles for the second season of the hit series about the lives and friendship of five women who live in the same apartment building in Shanghai. Andy (Liu Tao) welcomes the possibility of love with Bao Yifan (Yang Shuo), but must also confront new problems brought on by her past and Bao's family. Sheng Mei (Jiang Xin) tries to start a new life, but can't escape her family difficulties or her reliance on Baichuan (Zhang Lu). Xiao Xiao (Olivia Wang) continues her push-and-pull relationship with Dr. Zhao (Wang Kai), while her seemingly stable family falls into crisis. Ying Ying (Yang Zi) wholeheartedly loves Ying Qin (Wu Haochen), but he has trouble accepting her relationship history. Ju Er (Qiao Xin) falls in love with a young rocker (Deng Lun), but her parents fiercely disapprove of the relationship.
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