Sun Chun

Orphan Of Zhao

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2013
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18 years later, Tu’an’s favorite son, Tu’an Wujiang grew up. The young man, who was adept in both pen and sword, was a rising political star. But rumor said that he was not Tu’an gu’s biological son. Cheng Daye, was involved in this mystery too. As the puzzle was cleared step by step, the truth that Tu’an had killed the Zhaos came into fight, it turned out Chang Daye was Zhao Wu, the orphan of Zhao. Cheng Ying who had kept the secret for life despite of others’ misunderstanding finally won victory and let the justice be served.
During the Spring and Autumn period, Tu An Gu, the highest ranking military officer of the kingdom of Jin, orchestrated a coup d’état and framed general Zhao Shuo for its instigation, resulting in the extermination of the entire Zhao clan. There was one survivor, however – the infant son of Zhao Shuo and Zhuang Ji, whose life was saved by the physician Cheng Ying at tremendous personal risk. Cheng Ying then cleverly planned for the child to stay at the home of Tu An Gu. Eighteen years later, Tu An Gu’s pride and joy is his son Tu Yue, a rising star skilled with both pen and sword. However, rumors spread that Tu Yue is not Tu An Gu’s biological son, and even Cheng Ying’s son Cheng Da Ye, Tu An Gu’s godson and Tu Yue’s study buddy, becomes embroiled in the mystery of the identity of the Zhao family orphan. In the end, Tu An Gu’s role in the the bloody case of the Zhao family’s extermination becomes abundantly clear, and Cheng Ying, a seemingly insignificant and spurned figure for most of his life, finally garners victory and restores justice.


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For the Sake of the Republic

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2003
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The series is based on events that occurred in China between the late 19th century and early 20th century that led to the collapse of the Qing dynasty and the founding of the Republic of China.The series features some important events of the late Qing dynasty and early Republican times in 20th century China, such as the First Sino-Japanese War, the Hundred Days’ Reform, the Boxer Rebellion and the Xinhai Revolution.The series narrates historical events and portrays the private lives of key political figures such as Li Hongzhang, the Guangxu Emperor, Yuan Shikai and Sun Yat-sen. There are monarchists, reformers and revolutionaries who provide different answers to addressing the deteriorating situation of the Qing dynasty but all these answers point towards a common goal – to restore China as a sovereign, international and independent power.


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1911 Revolution

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2011
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The story closely follows key events of the Xinhai Revolution, with focus on Huang Xing and Sun Yat-sen, beginning with the Wuchang Uprising of 1911, from the Second Guangzhou Uprising (on 27 April 1911) through military engagements between revolutionary and Qing Dynasty forces, the deaths of the 72 martyrs, and scenes of political-economic manoeuvring, to the election of Sun Yat-sen as provisional president of the new Provisional Republic of China, followed by news of the abdication of the last Qing emperor Puyi (signed on his behalf by Empress Dowager Longyu) on 12 February 1912, when Sun Yat-sen stepped down and Yuan Shikai became the new provisional president in Beijing on 10 March 1912. 


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