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Young Heroes

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2012
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During late Ming and early Qing dynasties, court corruption exist with total destruction of the common people, the Rebel uprising society known as “Heaven and Earth ” help to fight for the freedom of the country against the Qing loyalist. With the help of a group of orphans who were adopted by the troupe leader who was actually a member of Heaven and Earth society.


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The Myth

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2010
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A 2000 year-old artifact transported Yi Xiao Chuan and Gao Yao from the year 2010 to the Qin dynasty. They traveled the ancient kingdom trying to find their way back to the modern day, or at least die trying. Back in 2010, their family, Yi Da Chuan and Gao Lan, were piecing together clues from ancient artifacts that could help bring them back while avoiding attacks from mysterious masked men.


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The Master of Tai Chi

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2008
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Orphaned as a child, Mo Ma (Vincent Zhou Wen Zhuo) grew up in the country and started learning Tai Chi from his mentor at a very young age. The devastating experience of being abandoned by his mother has left him twisted and full of hatred. To help remove the anger and hatred in Ma’s heart, his mentor finally sacrifices his own life.To express gratitude to his mentor, and to accomplish the will of his father, Ma seeks to pursue the highest level of Tai Chi. He challenges Tuen Hiu Sing (Raymond Lam Fung), the leader of the top-ranked Chong Lung Sect, to a contest, but is defeated in the end. To beat Sing has then become his only goal. For a girl named Yin Chi Kwai (Myolie Wu Hang Yee) and the ambitious martial arts master Lui Yau Ngo (Kwok Jing Hung), Ma and Sing get into fights again and again.As Ma is on the road to his dream, the gap between him and his soul-mate Song Ching (Melissa Ng Mei Heng) is growing wider and wider.


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Find THe Light

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2003
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Find the Light ((Chinese: ??•?•??) literally Hero-Sword-Youth) is a 2003 TVB historical costume drama, set in the Qing dynasty. Consisting of 20 episodes, it was broadcast from September 8, 2003 to October 3, 2003, in the prime 8:00 to 9:00 pm weekday slot. The theme song was sung by Francis Yip. The series uses dramatic irony in its telling, the two main protagonists being based on historical figures.Following its humiliation in the First and Second Opium Wars Qing China attempts to modernise its military, part of this modernisation being the belated creation of a modern military academy. Despite secretly being a revolutionary Chan Do Yeung (Damian Lau) is chosen to be principal of the academy and agrees, on the proviso that he be allowed to admit Han students. Among the first intake of students are a scion of a noble family Tam Chi Tung (Bosco Wong) and a commoner Wong Ng (Ron Ng), despite their differences the two become bosom friends. Also amongst the students is Cheuk Lan (Shirley Yeung), a princess belonging to a cadet branch of the ruling family. Cheuk Lan’s father is Sok Yi Suen (Lau Kong) with ultimate responsibility for the academy, believing that the Empire is a Manchu one, he orders his followers in the academy to make things as hard as possible for the Han students with the aim of failing them. Chan Do Yeung however takes an interest in Wong, who is the son of a deceased friend, and accepts him as a formal disciple, he stumbles though with Wong’s training, for although possessing great strength Wong finds it impossible to use his strength in combat. Initially at odds with one another Wong and Cheuk Lan fall in love, however he is unable to graduate from the academy, and instead becomes a head of an escort agency. Chan Do Yeung’s secret is discovered, although willing to serve the sinicized Manchu to defend China against a common enemy, the Manchu have him ambushed and killed. Finally having found a weapon to suit his great strength, the dadao, Wong Ng arrives to late too save his master but is able to avenge him.


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