Princess Wencheng (Vol. 1-20) (China Version) VCD
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|Product Title:||Princess Wencheng (Vol. 1-20) (China Version) 文成公主 (20集) (中國版) 文成公主 (20集) (中国版) 文成公主 (20集) (中國版) Princess Wencheng (Vol. 1-20) (China Version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Cao Ying | Ren Qing Dun Zhu | Zhang Guang Bei | Zhang Zhi Zhong 曹穎 | 仁青頓珠 | 張光北 | 張志忠 曹颖 | 仁青顿珠 | 张光北 | 张志忠 Cao Ying | Ren Qing Dun Zhu | Zhang Guang Bei | Zhang Zhi Zhong Cao Ying | Ren Qing Dun Zhu | Zhang Guang Bei | Zhang Zhi Zhong|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Publisher:||China International TV Corporation|
|Package Weight:||800 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||4 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1002583170|
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December 30, 2004
December 30, 2004
Fast paced period drama
|An excellent, fast moving story about the peace-making efforts brought about by the marriage between this Tang Dynasty princess and a Tibetan King. A visual treat for those who love watching period costume drama with a blend of Chinese history. The plot unfolds with the Tibetan King waging war against the Tang emperor. Ironically, the motive behind the war being a marriage proposal, the Tibetan way of asking for the hand of a Tang princess! Understandably, the Chinese emperor is infuriated and refuses. The Tibetan courtiers then advises the Tibetan King to resort to a more peaceful way of courting the hand of a Tang princess in marriage by sending their wise prime minister to the Tang dynasty court. The plot moves quickly as Tang emperor agonizes over choice of a princess for this 'peace-treaty' marriage. No sane Chinese princess or lady was willing to leave Chang An, for a far away land with a totally different way of culture and lifestyle. The story recounts how this self-sacrificing and intelligent princess, was accompanied by her entourage of court ladies and attendants, the adventures of their journey to Tibet to meet the eagerly-awaiting Tibetan King, and the evil plots concocted by those who oppose this Chinese-Tibetan marriage. A straight-forward romance period drama.|