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Dive Into The World Of Chinese Series

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Watching Chinese series is a fun and engaging way to improve your listening skills while having an enjoyable time. These series explore various trajectories of Chinese culture. This drama is a period piece about a tomboy orphan who runs into the Emperor’s illegitimate daughter. Can these star-crossed lovers find love in the palace?

Nirvana In Fire

Nirvana in Fire is a palace drama that tells the story of a man who is determined to vindicate his family honor. It’s filled with betrayal, loyalty, lust for power, implications of genocide and murder. It’s a tense, captivating and sometimes heartbreaking ride of a series. The 54-episode show is based on the novel of the same name by Hai Yan. The writing, acting and production quality are amazing in this series.

This is a must ดูซีรี่ย์จีน for all fans of Chinese tv dramas. It has everything you would want in a good drama from plot twists to a chemistry that makes you want more. Besides the main character, there is also this sense of camaraderie in the series that is unrivaled. It is something you have to experience for yourself.

Ode To Joy

‘Ode to Joy’ is the triumphant choral theme at the end of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. It is also known as the anthem of Europe because it was adopted by the Council of Europe in 1972 and later used by the European Union to represent shared values. Schiller’s poem entranced Beethoven with its Enlightenment ethos of humanity uniting in peace and freedom. It was a clarion call to discard the false gods that fueled centuries of unremitting wars and millennia of inequality — nation, rank, and dogma — and join in universal sympathy and solidarity.

Can five single, independent career women living in an apartment building named Ode to Joy find their personal happiness on their own terms? The show centers on a flirtatious doctor, a stoic businesswoman, a devoted friend, and a second-generation chaebol.

When A Snail Falls In Love

Wang Kai is one of those actors who quietly and naturally inhabit a role. His Ji Bai is an upright police special unit head with a fearlessness, intelligence, and great combat moves. Xu Xu, his intern criminal profiler, might look like an awkward teacher-student pairing but they make the best team. Her admiration for Ji Bai blossoms into something more over time. Xu Xu is also an awesome character-she’s serious and introverted, yet she’s compassionate towards her colleagues and even strangers. And while she’s obviously beautiful, she doesn’t flaunt it or use her looks to get what she wants. And Ji Bai is aware of her beauty but he respects her as an intelligent and skilled colleague. Their budding romance is sweet and doesn’t get cheesy.

Ashes Of Love

Ashes of Love is a beautiful Chinese drama series with awesome costumes and effects. It follows a tragic love story that is also a kind of purifying trial as it traces back to the root cause of Jin Mi’s soul-demiser past life. I liked how they handled the character of Jinmi’s naivety and how it gradually broadens over the course of the show. She is not a typical vengeful female protagonist but a compassionate one.

I also like the relationship between Runyu and Xufeng and how they slowly fall for each other. It is quite touching to see their love despite being surrounded by forces trying to get in the way of their relationship. I also like how they designed the different realms, especially Xufeng’s power based on bird and dragonfish, Jinmi’s power based on flower and Runyu’s based on fire.

Put Your Head On My Shoulder

Put Your Head On My Shoulder is a cute, fun and entertaining lighthearted drama with some heartwarming romance and comedic moments. I watched it during the covid-19 outbreak and it was a nice escape from all the other dramas! The main characters are college students who live together and fall for each other. Situ Mo is an accounting student who has a crush on her college jock friend Fu Pei. She can be very immature and innocent at times which makes for some naive and adorable moments.

The chemistry between the male and female leads is great and it’s very sweet to watch them interact. There are some moments of humor that I found amusing (Gu Wei Yi’s awkward attempts to woo Situ Mo and her perplexed responses). The characters are also very down to earth with their flaws and eccentricities which I really liked!

Conclusion

Watching Chinese series can help you learn the language by expanding your vocabulary and providing a window into Chinese culture. But don’t just watch — also use TV shows to boost your listening skills. A Taiwanese version of Black Mirror, this show explores the consequences of social pressure and parental oppression. It’s fascinating and eye-pleasing to watch.

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