If you are a fan of C-dramas, then the name Hu Ge should be very familiar with you. Not only is he a big star in the C-entertainment industry, but he is known to play many different types of roles. Initially, he started with doing wuxia and fantasy wuxia dramas, such as the Chinese Paladin series, but, in recent years, he’s been foraying into other types of dramas. As of now, he’s had a lot of both modern and ancient dramas under his name, both of which cover a wide range of genres. In my opinion, Hu Ge is a very talented actor. His portrayal as Li Xiao Yao in Chinese Paladin was every girl’s dream hero in the mid-2000s and his role as Mei Chang Su was marvelous and magnificent. He’s definitely one of those actors you know that will always leave you with a good impression. And, if you didn’t know already, he’s also one of my favorite Chinese actors. So that’s why I decided to write this post and dedicate it to my love for his acting. Read below to see some of the different roles that he’s had throughout the years.
To watch some of Hu Ge’s dramas check out Viki! Most of them are English subbed.
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As fans of C-dramas, we all have our favorite actors and actresses. Alongside this, we also have our favorite couples and pairings. So, to entertain you all, we’ve compiled a list of our fav couples to share. And, I’m sure that you all have your own biases as well, so please feel to free to comment below on your personal favs!
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Can you believe that it’s been 13 YEARS since Chinese Paladin 1 (CP1) first aired?!? Time really does fly really fast! Anyway, CP1 was what made Hu Ge the big star he is now, as it was the drama that skyrocketed his popularity and career. The drama also stars Liu Yi Fei, Ady An, and Eddie Peng, who have all become popular stars on their own. And, even though CP1 aired a long time ago, it’s definitely still a fan favorite among many C-drama viewers!
Anywho, in remembrance of this wonderful drama, I’ve created a QUIZ to test fellow C-drama watchers of what they remember about CP1. Feel free to test your memory and feel nostalgic as you take the quiz. GOOD LUCK!
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If you don’t know already, I am a HUGE fan of Yang Mi. She is one of the reasons why I began watching C-dramas. Even though, I will admit, she is not the best actress out there, I still love watching her dramas. However, this post will not specifically be about Yang Mi. Rather, it will be about the MALE ACTORS that have starred alongside her in her dramas as the female lead. Many of them are reputable and popular actors. However, did you know that a few of them have become successful because of their drama with Yang Mi? Yep, that’s right. That’s how powerful Yang Mi really is in the Chinese entertainment industry. So, are you ready? Below are several male actors that have starred alongside her in her dramas (not movies).
HERE WE GO!
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“Nirvana in Fire 2: The Wind Blows in ChangLin” starring Huang XiaoMing, Liu HaoRan, Tong LiYa and Zhang HuiWen is set to air soon! Here is some stills from the upcoming drama!
Continue reading “Entertainment Updates: Nirvana in Fire 2, Ruyi’s Love in the Palace, Game of Hunting, Empress of the Ming, Rise of the Phoenixes, The King of Blaze, Story of Yan Xi’s Palace, Tribes and Empires, The Way We Were, Evolution of Love, Sweet Dreams, Monkey King 3, Miracles of Namiya General Store, The Dreaming Man, Casting News and Celebrity Updates”
Everyone and their friend are dropping teasers/trailers left and right 😂
Continue reading “Entertainment Updates: Story of Minglan, Rule the World, Martial Universe, Heavy Sweetness Ash Like Frost, Beneath the Embroidered Uniform, The King of Blaze, See You Again, The Way We Were, Game of Hunting, Never Gone, and Celebrity Updates”
Another list of China’s most commercially valuable celebrities released by Jie Mian after a vigorous compilation of a lot of data from different apps and sites from the beginning of 2016 to the end of 2016 (even though they call it 2017, it’s technically 2016 data)
Continue reading “2017 China’s Top 100 Commercially Valuable Celebrities”