A set of photoshoots for Weibo’s red carpet event. It seems like all the major fashion awards this year are doing photoshoots and I love them.(more…)
Here’s a round-up of pretty people in outfits that range from gorgeous to questionable. Select list of attendees: Crystal Liu Yifei, Dilraba, Ouyang Nana, Yang Mi, Angelababy, Zheng Shuang, Zhao Liying, Zhang Xueying, Li Bingbing, Deng Enxi, Zhou Dongyu, Tong Liya, Zhang Tian’ai, Victoria Song Qian, Zhang Ruonan, Yang Zi, Song Zu’er, Jing Boran, Li Xian, Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo.(more…)
Glimpse into a decade of a Chengdu teahouse in this microfilm starring Huang Xiaoming, Zhou Dongyu Wang Ziwen, Zheng Shuang, Wang Kai, Qin Lan, Hu Yitian, Nazha, Ni Ni, Wu Xuanyi, Yamy, Wu Lei, Liu Yanchi, Li Xiaoran, Chen Zhengfei, Liu Xijun, and Jane Zhang.
Zheng Shuang stuns in what I consider the best cover shoot of her career. The photoshoot by Yeong Jun Kim is half bursting with color and half sullen in black and white to capture aZheng Shuang that is bolder and more mature than ever.(more…)
Zheng Shuang and Ma Tianyu play a pair of childhood friends whose paths separate in their third drama together, River Flows To You 流淌的美好时光 (formerly Cry Me a Sad River 悲伤逆流成河). The series, so loosely based off the original book that its title is literally the opposite, begins air daily beginning July 1st. It should be available on Youtube here.
In semi-related news, Ma Tianyu and Zheng Shuang are currently regulars on new variety show We’re Growing Up 我们长大了, which is available on Youtube here.
New trailer below; stills and first teaser, more stills, translated excerpts of the book here.
Here is the first trailer for Masked 绝密者, the upcoming spy action thriller starring Tong Dawei (If I Can Love You So) and Zheng Shuang (Youth Fight) as undercover operatives working for the Communists.
Director Zhao Baogang (Struggle, My Youthfulness) is back with Youth Fight 青春斗, a 38 episode drama revolving around the friendship of four university graduates, their struggles and successes. Starring Zheng Shuang, Gai Yuexi, Xu Yue, Chen Xiaoyun and Wang Xiuzhu, the series airs daily on Beijing TV and Dragon TV beginning tonight.
(Episodes will be available on Youtube in the same channel)
The latest teaser for Cry Me A Sad River shows the childhood friends, played by Zheng Shuang and Ma Tianyu, each going about their own lives before finally reuniting at the end. Perhaps the only thing worth crying about is how vastly different this adaption is from the original?