Mr. Fighting comes from the team behind To Be A Better Man and Mr. Right, and stars Deng Lun as a former top idol and aspiring actor who fights his way back to the top with the help of his bumbling new assistant (Ma Sichun) and her father (Han Tongsheng).
The 44 episode drama airs daily on Hunan TV beginning tonight.
After over ten years of being in love, Tang Yixin and Zhang Ruoyun finally held their fairytale wedding this weekend at the Adare Manor in Ireland. Joining them were bridesmaids Li Qin, Shen Mengchen, and Victoria Song Qian, groomsmen Liu Haoran, Jing Boran, and Guo Qilin, and emcee Ma Sichun. Jing Boran caught the bouquet but gave it to Ma Sichun. Not sure what’s the proper superstition here, so we’ll have to wait and see which one of them gets married first.
Six best actresses – Joan Chen, Karena Lam, Zhao Tao, Gwei Lun-mei, Ma Sichun, and Chun Xia – gather for this photoshoot by Feng Chuxuan. I would love if some magazine started doing Chinese versions of the Vanity Fair photoshoots.
Joan Chen, Zhao Wei, Karena Lam, Zhao Tao, Gwei Lun-mei, Zhou Dongyu, Ma Sichun, Chun Xia, and Chen Wenqi. Continue reading →
Aunt-niece pair Jiang Wenli and Ma Sichun reps theirs home of Anhui province with model-actress Chen Ran. Jiang Wenli and Ma Sichun return to their hometown of Bengbu, a city known for its freshwater products, while Chen Ran goes home to Xiaoxian, known for its traditional Chinese paintings.
Come On, You’re the Best 加油，你是最棒的 is an upcoming rom-com starring Deng Lun (Ashes of Love) as Hao Zeyu, a former top idol who gets a second chance at fame with the help of his optimistic new assistant (Ma Sichun).
Director Lou Ye(Suzhou River, Blind Massage), best known for making films focusing on contemporary social issues that are often politically sensitive, is returning to cinema with upcoming crime thriller The Shadow Play 风中有朵雨做的云.