Chun Xia at the Red Brick Museum

A few photos of Chun Xia at the traditional Chinese Garden doorway-inspired Red Brick Museum in Beijing and some unknown place with a traditional Chinese rooftops.

I posted this mostly because I had never heard of the Red Brick Museum before and now I really want to go.

The actress is currently starring in Guo Jingming’s Onmyoji adaption, which premiered on the 24th.

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Guo Jingming’s Onmyoji adaptation releases trailer

Guo Jingming’s Onmyoji 阴阳师 adaptation released its first trailer today to prepare for its Christmas opening. I don’t know why Hollywood continues to build crappy sets like this one for Shang-Chi when even a Guo Jingming CGI-fest looks like this.

The film stars Mark Zhao, Deng Lun, Wang Ziwen, Chun Xia, and Wang Duo. How does this compare to Chen Kun and Zhou Xun’s Yinyang Master, which has the same name in Chinese?

Liu Haoran, Chun Xia have amazing chemistry

Both having led major films with critical acclaim, Chun Xia and Liu Haoran are two of the top actors of their generations.  Chun Xia is currently filming A Love Never Lost, while Liu Haoran can be seen in National Day holiday films My Country, My Hometown 我和我的家乡 and Coffee or Tea?一点就到家.

After seeing this Vogue photoshoot of them, all I want is them to be in a drama together.
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Republican Era dramas The Love Never Lost, The National Southwest Associated University and Us release stills

The National Southwest Associated University and Us – Wang Hedi

Two upcoming late-Republican/Pre-revolution dramas, The National Southwest Associated University and Us with Wang Hedi and Zhou Ye, and A Love Never Lost with Li Xian and Chun Xia, have both recently released stills.

It’s pretty rare to use popular young actors for this period, but the casting for both seem spot-on . Wang Hedi and Zhou Ye look perfect for the wide-eyed university students of the era, and Li Xian and Chun Xia are both very solid actors who can blend flawlessly into the era. Plus, this is Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Chun Xia’s first leading drama role, so I’m actually really interested in the two projects. Whose stills makes you want to watch their dramas?

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Li Xian, Chun Xia cast in period drama A Love Never Lost

A Love Never Lost 人生若如初见 is set against the backdrop of The Boxer Rebellion and stars Li Xian as Liang Xiang, an ambitious and educated noble recently returned from Japan. Chun Xia plays Qiu Hong, a forward-thinking noble lady who is travelling to Shanghai to escape an arranged marriage.

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Mark Chao, Deng Lun star in Guo Jingming’s Onmyoji adaptation

Mark Zhao and Deng Lun solve crimes between the living and the dead in this fantasy series.

Mark Zhao, Deng Lun, Wang Ziwen, Chun Xia, and Wang Duo are starring in director Guo Jingming’s latest film series, ancient fantasy Onmyoji 阴阳师, based on the novel series of the same name by Baku Yumemakura. Two films are currently scheduled in the series.

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