Storm In A Cocoon (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version)

Storm In A Cocoon (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version)
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Marking the comeback of Steven Ma since he left TVB in 2012, the period drama Storm In A Cocoon is centered on a silk factory in Guangzhou. The drama opens with a suspenseful murder that paves way for the power struggles and love triangles in the Poon family. It is also the third time for Steven to play a screen couple with TVB starlet Tavia Yeung following 2006’s Land of Wealth and 2009’s Sweetness in the Salt.

The mysterious death of Poon Hau Yee (Hong Wah), the daughter of the Poon family who runs a sizable silk plant in Guangzhou, shakes the foundation of the business and disrupts peace in the family. Amid the chaos, the second son of the family Poon Ka Yeung (Steven Ma) and silk plant worker Tong Bing Bing (Tavia Yeung) set out to investigate the case and the suspects including forewoman Sin Pik Wan (Maggie Shiu). The case becomes increasingly complicated as more people enter the factory, leading to the surprising confession of the real murderer..
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Endless Love (AKA: Too Late To Say I Love You) (DVD) (End) (Taiwan Version)

Endless Love (AKA: Too Late To Say I Love You) (DVD) (End) (Taiwan Version)
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Based on a popular online novel from the best-selling author of The Girl in Blue, 2010 Chinese drama series Endless Love tells an epic tale of unwavering love set in the turbulent times of China in the early 20th century. Described as China’s Pearl Harbor, the period romance drama is the latest directorial work of veteran TVB producer Tsang Lai Chun (It Runs in the Family). She directs Hong Kong actor Wallace Chung (Royal Tramp) and Mainland actress Li Xiaoran (Seven Swordsmen) in a cast that also includes The Myth actor Tan Kai, former Miss China Universe winner Qi Fang, and veteran thespians Kou Zhenhai and Kuei Ya Lei.

Yin Jingwan (Li Xiaoran) goes to confront Murong Feng (Wallace Chung), the son of a warlord, asking him to get her fianc out of jail. He declines her request, but in time ends up falling for her. Despite her intense feelings for Feng, she’s too afraid to renege on her engagement to Xu Jianzhang (Tan Kai), but on the eve of their wedding, she makes up her mind and runs away from home to follow Feng to the battlefield. Unfortunately, in order to get the backing of a powerful general, Feng is forced to marry his daughter Cheng Jinzhi (Qi Fang). Meanwhile, driven by shame and hatred, Jianzhang vows to destroy Feng at any cost, even if that means colluding with the Japanese invaders….
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Divorce Lawyers (H-DVD) (End) (China Version)

Divorce Lawyers (H-DVD) (End) (China Version)
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Divorce Lawyers swept China by storm in its initial airing in 2014 with its timely subject matter, fantastic script and game cast. The story begins with top lawyer Chi Haidong (Wu Xiubo, The Four series), whose heroics in the courtroom are as yet unmatched. He seems to be a textbook example of “having it all” that is, until he discovers that his wife Jiao Yanyan (Zhang Meng, The Myth) is cheating on him. To add insult to injury, he loses the ensuing divorce case against his wife’s lawyer, Luo Li (Yao Chen, Caught In The Web). What’s more, a series of circumstances then force Chi Haidong and Luo Li together professionally and, to their dismay, domestically. Thus, a battle of wits between two brilliant lawyers who have stopped believing in love begins..
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Palace II (H-DVD) (End) (China Version)

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Arguably the most popular costume idol drama of China in 2011, Palace has broken television rating records and attracted a huge and devoted following. Now writer-producer Yu Zheng continues his Qing imperial legend in Palace II, the middle series of a planned trilogy. The first series’ main leads Mini Yang and William Feng return to make cameo appearances as Qingchuan and the Eighth Prince, while Mickey He reprises his role as the Fourth Prince, who has already ascended the throne as the Yongzheng Emperor. In the sequel, Yongzheng is involved in a romantic triangle with one of his younger brothers and a girl they both love, played by up-and-coming actors Du Chun (The Emperor Han Wu) and Yuan Shanshan, respectively. Other main cast members include Jenny Zhang, Shu Chang, Hai Lu, Yang Rong, Sun Feifei, Michelle Bai, Kent Tong, Tanny Tien, and Michelle Yim.

During the reign of the Yongzheng Emperor (Mickey He), the Seventeenth Prince Yinli (Du Chun) is deeply in love with Lian’er (Yuan Shanshan), the humble, good-natured daughter of a fourth-class court official. However, in a bid to rescue his mentor Aling’a (Kent Tong), Yinli makes the tough decision to sacrifice their romance and marry Princess Jia (Hai Lu) instead. Her heart all but broken, Lian’er wishes to leave the imperial palace behind for a simpler life outside, only to find herself caught in the middle of a heated conflict between various political factions and cliques. Just when Lian’er is nearly crushed by the complicated power struggles, she catches the eye of Yongzheng, and soon becomes his favorite concubine, Consort Xi….
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Safe Guards (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version)

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Led by veteran TVB producer Li Tim Sheng, the team behind Rosy Business created the acclaimed but underappreciated period drama Safe Guards. Centering on a crisis-laden security-escort service agency in late-Qing-dynasty China, the 25-episode series is lauded for its gripping script, detailed historical background, and a brilliant cast headed by Steven Ma with character actors Wayne Lai and Kwok Fung in particular delivering powerhouse performances. Kara Hui, Ram Chiang, Evergreen Mak, Ben Wong, Lau Kong, Elaine Yiu, and Chris Lai are among the main co-stars. Playing the good son who struggles to save his family from falling apart, Steven Ma deservedly won the “My Favorite Male Character” award at the 2006 TVB Anniversary Awards.

Under the leadership of Sheung Ching Tong (Kwok Fung), the renowned Wui Yau Safety Service Agency in Hangzhou earns respect from officials, businessmen, and triads across the country. When the honor-loving patriarch of the Sheung family decides to buy himself an official position, he discovers to his dismay that the agency is actually on the verge of bankruptcy due to corruption within the ranks. In a fury, Ching Tong orders his righteous adopted son Sheung Chi (Steven Ma) to recover the debts. This causes great disputes in Wui Yau, and Chi incurs the animosity of many in the agency, especially his eldest brother Sheung Chung (Wayne Lai), who won’t let anyone stand in his way to succeed his father as the master of the agency….
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