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.

93 thoughts on “About CFensi”

  1. 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. :)

  2. Hi! I’m a new reader and I just wanted to thank everyone for running this website, I’m Chinese but my Chinese isn’t very good (I’m learning!) and I’m really interested in Chinese entertainment stuff so this website helps in keeping myself updated, please do update regularly, I’ll visit often!

  3. Hey Cfensi! I really like ur posts! Btw how do you find all of these future new dramas? Is there a Chinese site that tells you what new dramas are coming out or something? Haha just wonderin’ Keep up the great work! ^_^

      1. Pretty much said what I was going to say. I know the Chinese version of actual Wikipedia has a non-comprehensive list of dramas but that usually isn’t updated very often… and even if there was a comprehensive list, it may not be that useful due to the sheer amount of dramas that are produced in China whereas we tend to try to pick and choose the ones that have good production qualities, general appeal to readers, etc. to talk about here. Most of the time you try to follow a book that you like if you have read it or a production company that has more of a reputation for good productions, good actors, etc. and follow their projects.

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