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Traditional Chinese Characters
Traditional Chinese characters
Chinese characters
(traditional Chinese: 正體字/繁體字; simplified Chinese: 正体字/繁体字; Pinyin: Zhèngtǐzì/Fántǐzì) are Chinese characters
Chinese characters
in any character set that does not contain newly created characters or character substitutions performed after 1946. They are most commonly the characters in the standardized character sets of Taiwan, of Hong Kong and Macau
Macau
or in the Kangxi Dictionary
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Li Yifeng
Li Yifeng (Chinese: 李易峰, born 4 May 1987), is a Chinese actor and singer, who rose to fame after participating in the 2007 My Hero contest. He debuted as a singer in the same year, with the album Four Leaf Clover. Since 2009, he gradually shifted his career focus to acting. He is best known for his roles in television dramas Swords of Legends (2014), The Lost Tomb (2015), Noble Aspirations
Noble Aspirations
(2016) and Sparrow (2016); and the film Mr. Six (2015) where he won the Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actor. Due to the success of his works, Li was tagged as one of the most popular young male idols in China. His booming popularity allowed him to rank 9th on Forbes
Forbes
China
China
Celebrity list in 2015
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China TV Golden Eagle Award
The China
China
TV Golden Eagle Award (Chinese: 中国电视金鹰奖), commonly known in China
China
as the Golden Eagle Awards, is one of three main national award ceremonies recognising excellence in the Chinese television industry
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Geling Yan
Geling Yan
Geling Yan
(simplified Chinese: 严歌苓; traditional Chinese: 嚴歌苓; pinyin: Yán Gēlíng; born 16 November 1958[1]) is a prominent Chinese-American writer,[2] author of several novels, short stories and screenplays. Much of her work has been adapted for film. She is currently represented by the Hong Kong-based Peony Literary Agency.[3]Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Works 2.2 Novels in English 2.3 Novels in Chinese 2.4 Short stories in English 2.5 Title 2.6 Education background3 Personal life 4 References 5 External linksEarly life[edit] Yan was born in Shanghai, China in 1959. She is the second child of Yan Dunxun and Jia Lin. She has an elder brother Yan Geping (严歌平).[4] Her father is an alumnus of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University.[5] Yan began performing as a dancer at age 12
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Golden Phoenix Awards
Golden Phoenix Awards (simplified Chinese: 金凤凰奖; traditional Chinese: 金鳳凰獎; pinyin: Jīnfènghuáng Jiăng), China's equivalent to the Screen Actors Guild Awards, is a bi-annual accolade given by the China Film Performance Art Academy to recognize outstanding performances in film. In 1987, the first annual awards ceremony held in Guangzhou.[1] Because the Society Award is the only regular category that judges the actors' performances, there are multiple winners in the category. Honorary Awards are given to actors aged 60–70, while the Lifetime Achievement Award is given to actors who are over 80 years old
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Flowers In Fog
Flowers in Fog
Flowers in Fog
(Chinese: 花非花雾非雾) is a 2013 Chinese television series written by Taiwanese novelist Chiung Yao. It is Chiung's first original screenplay after My Fair Princess
My Fair Princess
(1998). The series was partially shot in Brittany, France.[1] Starring an ensemble cast from China, Taiwan and South Korea, the series premiered on 6 August 2013 on Hunan TV. The series was highly rated and received positive reviews by the audience, who praised the beautiful scenery backdrop of the series. However, some called the story and characters 'old-fashioned' despite being set in modern time.[2]Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 References 5 External linksSynopsis[edit] Xue Hua (Snowflake), Lang Hua (Waves), Huo Hua (Sparks) and Yan Hua (Fireworks) are four orphans who grew up together at Hua Xin Orphan Center
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Chiung Yao
Chen Che (born 20 April 1938), best known by her pen name Chiung Yao (also romanized as Chung Yao and Qiong Yao), is a Chinese writer and producer based in Taiwan, often regarded as the most popular romance novelist in the Chinese-speaking world.[1] Her novels have been adapted into more than 100 films and TV dramas.[2]Contents1 Early life 2 List of Works 3 As lyricist 4 Lawsuit against Yu Zheng 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Chen Che and her twin brother were born during the Second Sino-Japanese War in Chengdu, Sichuan, to parents fleeing Beiping (modern Beijing) which fell to Japanese troops in 1937. Both her father Chen Chi-ping (陳致平) and mother Yuan Xingshu (袁行恕) were highly educated. (Yuan Xingshu's cousins include Yuan Xiaoyuan, Yuan Jing and Yuan Xingpei.) In 1942, the family moved to Chen Chi-ping's hometown of Hengyang, Hunan
Hunan
to join Chen Che's grandfather Chen Moxi (陳墨西)
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Magnolia Award
The Shanghai Television Festival (Chinese: 上海电视节), abbreviated STVF, also known as the Shanghai International Television Festival is the first and one of the largest television festivals in East Asia. Held since 1986, STVF has become one of the most influential and prestigious international television festivals in Asia, strengthening the cooperation and communication between the Chinese media industry and the world.[1] The festival is also home to the annual Magnolia Awards (Chinese: 白玉兰奖; pinyin: Bai Yu Lan Jiang). Awards are handed out to both international and national productions through voting by a panel of award-winning actors, producers, directors and writers, and are the highest industry honours given
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Douban
Douban.com (Chinese: 豆瓣; pinyin: Dòubàn), launched on March 6, 2005, is a Chinese social networking service website allowing registered users to record information and create content related to film, books, music, recent events and activities in Chinese cities. It can be seen as one of the most influential web 2.0 websites in China.[2] Douban
Douban
also owns an internet radio station, which ranks No.1 in iOS App Store in 2012. Unlike Facebook
Facebook
and Renren, Douban
Douban
is open to both registered and unregistered users
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Xianxia Novel
Xianxia (Simplified Chinese: 仙侠小说; Traditional Chinese: 仙俠小說), is a type of Chinese Martial Arts novel genre developed from the Wuxia
Wuxia
genre that is heavily influenced by Taoism
Taoism
and Buddhism. It was first introduced in the Republic of China and became popular worldwide in the 21st century. Protagonists (usually) attempt to cultivate to immortality, seeking eternal life and the pinnacle of strength
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Zhu Xian
Zhu Xian (which can be translated as Jade Dynasty or The Attack of Heaven) or 《诛仙》 in Chinese, is a popular Xianxia novel(仙侠 - a literary genre often featuring immortals and chivalrous swordmen) available on the Internet. Zhu Xian creates many characters with unique personalities. The novel keeps looking for the answer to a question "What is true righteousness?" but concludes that "Heartless World, treat everything as straw dogs!" , which perhaps is the main theme of the novel.[1] Main characters[edit]Zhang Xiaofan (张小凡): The male protagonist of the novel. He was born in a village called Grasstemple. When he was eleven years old, everyone in his village was killed except for him, his childhood friend Lin Jinyu, and a villager called Uncle Wang. Because of this miserable disaster, Qing Yun Faction decided to take them in
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Zanilia Zhao
Zhao Liying (Chinese: 赵丽颖, born on 16 October 1987), also known as Zanilia Zhao, is a Chinese actress. She is best known for her roles in television series Legend of Lu Zhen
Legend of Lu Zhen
(2013), Boss & Me (2014), The Journey of Flower
The Journey of Flower
(2015), The Mystic Nine, Noble Aspirations
Noble Aspirations
(both in 2016) and Princess Agents (2017); as well as the film Duckweed (2017)
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Steve Ma
Steve Ma Jingtao (born 14 February 1962) is a Taiwanese actor[2][3] best known for acting in many Taiwanese, mainland Chinese and Singaporean television series since the early 1990s. Most of the more notable television series he acted in are of the wuxia and historical drama genres
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Huading Awards
The Huading Awards are a set of entertainment awards in China.[1] The awards were set up by Tianxia Yingcai Cultural Media Co., LTD (simplified Chinese: 天下英才文化传媒有限公司; traditional Chinese: 天下英才文化傳媒有限公司) in 2007 in Beijing[1] and are held more than once each year across multiple entertainment media from Chinese television shows to international films and music.[2]Contents1 History 2 Ceremonies 3 Award results3.1 Film3.1.1 21st edition 3.1.2 20th edition 3.1.3 16th edition 3.1.4 12th edition 3.1.5 9th edition 3.1.6 5th edition3.2 Public Image Survey3.2.1 18th edition 3.2.2 15th edition 3.2.3 10th edition3.3 Music3.3.1 14th edition 3.3.2 11th edition4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The 1st Huading Awards poll was held on December 17, 2007
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