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- The Last Verse & Upstream (2017) (Blu-ray + DVD) (PTS Originals) (Taiwan Version) US$70.9910% off
- Swimming Battle (DVD) (Ep.1-18) (End) (Taiwan Version) US$52.99
- Face & Book (DVD) (Ep.1-73) (PTS TV Program) (Taiwan Version) US$54.99
- Mei Li Tai Wan: Zou Yi Tiao Bu Tong De Lu (DVD) (Taiwan Version) US$15.49
- The Custodians of Dolphins (DVD) (PTS TV Program) (Taiwan Version) US$19.99
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Days We Stared at the Sun II (2017) (DVD) (Ep.1-6) (End) (PTS TV Drama) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Wu Chien He (Actor)
| Yang Lieh (Actor)
| Doris Wang (Actor)
| Song Bo Wei (Actor)
In 2011, PTS's acclaimed coming-of-age mini-series Days We Stared at the Sun swept the top prizes at the 46th Golden Bell Awards. The troubled and explosive youths of yesteryear return in the highly anticipated 2017 sequel. Again directed by Cheng Yu Chieh, Days We Stared at the Sun 2 is set five years after the original series with stars Wu Chien He and Doris Wang reprising their roles. Touching on many hot-button issues that have affected Taiwan in recent years, the series shifts from the growing pains and generational clashes of the first series to the struggles of young people who are fighting against the system and finding their place in society.
Working steadily towards her dream, A-Ding (Doris Wang) has found some success as an indie singer. Cheng Wei (Wu Chien He) is studying law and aspires to become a prosecutor. During a campus event, A-Ding encounters student activist Rong (Edison Song). Though his protest ruins her performance, she can't help seeing her late boyfriend Yuan in the rash and idealistic Rong. After meeting with the two of them, Cheng Wei joins Rong's left-wing club, the New Wave Society. Huang Qian (Iris Hu), an exchange student from Mainland China, also joins after picking up one of Rong's flyers. With the passing of the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement, protests break out in Taiwan, and the members of the New Wave Society are swept into these tumultuous times.
The Perfect Match (2017) (DVD) (Ep.1-22) (End) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Chris Wu (Actor)
| Ivy Shao (Actor)
| Liu Shu Hong (Actor)
| Chen Nai Rong (Actor)
After starring in the acclaimed Wake Up, A Touch of Green and Love of Sandstorm, Golden Bell-winning actor Chris Wu returns to idol drama romance in The Perfect Match. He pairs up with Ivy Shao (Back to 1989) for the culinary romantic comedy that also co-stars Ben Wu (Love Cuisine), Xiao Man (Happy Michelin Kitchen) and Nylon Chen (Baby Daddy).
To Le Cordon Bleu chef Ting En (Chris Wu), his restaurant is his life's greatest calling. His unique and original menu is praised as being worth flying across the Pacific Ocean for. To food stall vendor Fen Qing (Ivy Shao), the night market is her entire life. Though she has never properly learned cooking, her self-created dishes are celebrated by netizens as being as good as that of a three-star restaurant. People say that if you can't afford to eat at Ting En's, you can get the night market version at Fen Qing's. Ting En ends up going to Fen Qing's stall and putting her in her place with a stunning display of cooking skills. Refusing to accept defeat, she goes to his restaurant and takes on the challenge of becoming his apprentice.
Miss In Kiss (2016) (DVD) (Ep.1-13) (End) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Dino Lee (Actor)
| Esther Wu (Actor)
| Gong Yi Teng (Actor)
| Frankie Huang (Actor)
Tada Kaoru's popular shojo manga Itazura na Kiss has been adapted multiple times into hit TV series across Asia. One of the most famous versions is the 2005 Taiwan idol drama classic It Started with a Kiss starring Ariel Lin and Joe Cheng. A decade later, Taiwan updates the youth romance for a new generation in the 2016 adaptation Miss In Kiss starring Our Times singer-actor Dino Lee and Esther Wu (Shia Wa Se).
Bumbling high school girl Yue Qin (Esther Wu) is head over heels for her school's top student, handsome and arrogant genius Zhi Shu (Dino Lee). She gathers up her courage and presents him a letter confessing her feelings. He coldly rejects her in public without a thought, leading to embarrassment all around for Yue Qin. It turns out, however, that Yue Qin and Zhi Shu's parents are good friends. When Yue Qin's house gets destroyed, she and her family end up moving in with Zhi Shu's family, paving the way for a mishap-filled love story!
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