About CFensi

Site mascot: Gao Xiaochen

CFensi , pronounced c-fen-ss (c 粉 丝), was a site started by Cfensi to help her with her Chinese, one that then evolved into a general news blog on Chinese entertainment. At the time, it was likely the only news blog focused on Chinese entertainment, particularly mainland Chinese entertainment. Since then, the news team has grown to include Benji, emsterz, idarklight, jjss08, Jo, 0kuo0, SJZGloria, and XDramasX.

Our goal with CFensi is to provide an English-language platform for discussion of Chinese entertainment, which encompasses film, dramas, TV shows, music, and then some. We try our best to cover what we think our visitors will be interested in, though we obviously all have our own biases to whom we give preferential treatment.

If you’d like to contact any of the writers, simply leave a comment on the latest news post or on the Chatbox and we’ll try our best to get back to you in a timely manner.

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Previous site headers  designed by ~ blue lily~

From L-R Not All Women Are Bad ladies, Gao Xiaochen

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Other previous headers were done by Cfensi, and I don’t think you want to see the atrocity of those lest ye be blinded by the garish  incompetence of photoshop conveyed there.

95 thoughts on “About CFensi

  1. “The People’s Princess of China” by Anne Cestors showcases how a “Movie In a Book” can help to learn English, and it has a cover to die for.

    What this Irish-American-Chinese romantic comedy strives to achieve is to highlight the possibilities presented by the Irish-Chinese movie sector.

    Ireland is seldom thought of by Chinese movie producers as being an important door into the English-speaking movie-making scene, but the recent Oscar successes of Irish-made movies, is an indication of how powerful the Chinese-Irish movie sector could be, if a post-pandemic East-West movie-making platform were to take shape around “The People’s Princess of China”.

  2. I have been searching for a drama series that follows the famous Chinese Doctor Hua Tuo. Think it was 135 episodes. It may be titled “Half for the People, Half for Beauties starring Mickey He and Ali Yixiao around 2014. English subtitles. Where can I watch or buy?

  3. Hello! I work at Rakuten Viki and I am reaching out to because we are developing a PR Influencer Program. Details are still being worked out, but if you are interested, please send me an email. :)

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