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With the summer vacation fast approaching, a number of coming-of-age dramas are fl
ooding to TV channels and streaming sites in a bid to grab youngsters’ attention.上海乌托邦品茶微信
So far, the biggest hits include Unrequited Love, a 24-episode series about an ordinary girl who has a secret crush on a top student.
上海乌托邦Adapted from the namesake best-selling novel written by Liu Wanhui, perhaps better known by her pseu
donym, Bayue Chang’an, Unrequited Love has garnered a score of 8.6 points out of 10 on the streaming site Tencent Video.
Put Your Head on My Shoulder is another example that reflects the rising popularity of youth-oriented romance dramas.上海乌托邦品茶微信
Adapted from a best-selling novel written by Zhao Qianqian, the heartwarming story chronicles the chaos caused when a bumbl
上海乌托邦ing young graduate confused about her future and a genius physics student end up accidentally living together.
The drama has recently obtained an 8 points out of 10 score on Douban, making it the highest-ranked in its genre on the site.
series Blowing in the Wind about a university mountaineering club has just been released on livestreaming site Youku.
Thai actor Chanon Santinatornkul, 23, who is known for the 2017 Thai film Bad Genius, leads the cast of the TV series.上海乌托邦品茶微信
Santinatornkul showed up at a fan meeting in Beijing on July 2
, sharing his stories of filmingBlowing in the Wind, together with director Li Bingqiang.
Li says that the young actors are all trained to climb mountains before shooting.上海乌托邦品茶微信
“And even though the temperature was nearly 40 C when we f
ilmed, all the actors worked very hard to overcome the hot weather,” says Li.
a national television station in Thailand, is broadcasting Romance of the Three Kingdoms, a 1994 hit historical drama, on i
ts 2HD channel in prime time. The 84-episode show, which started on Monday, will run on weekdays this summer.
The rerun is part of the celebrations on the Thailand side to mark
the 44th anniversary of the establishment of China-Thailand diplomatic ties.
The 1994 show, dubbed into Thai by MVTV 25 years ago, was a runaway success in the country and many chara
cters in the show, like Liu Bei, Cao Cao and Zhuge Liang, have become household names in Thailand.