Various parties and different motives all intersect at an inn on the eve of closure; at the center of everything is an elusive and enigmatic bandit. A band of mine robbers, a thief and some Japanese soldiers all set out to find a lucrative gold mine, unaware that they're heading right into a trap.
An undercover police officer attempts to take down a drug trafficking syndicate from the inside.
After 12 years, the Chinese women's volleyball team again reached the Olympic final. The ups and downs of the Chinese women's volleyball team for more than three decades have slowly spread away.
A terminally ill gangster becomes a police insider to cash in on the life insurance but ends up a department hero in this Chinese action comedy.
The Hong Kong police is hunting a counterfeiting gang led by a mastermind code-named "Painter" . The gang possesses exceptional counterfeiting skills which makes it difficult to distinguish the authenticity of its counterfeit currency. The scope of their criminal activities extends globally and greatly attracts the attention of the police. In order to crack the true identity of "Painter", the police recruits a painter named Lee Man to assist in solving the case.
China's first President Sun Yat-Sen and military commander Huang Xing lead the revolutionary Wuchang Uprising in a bid to put an end to the reign of the Qing Dynasty.
The Qin Empire is a 2009 Chinese television series based on Sun Haohui's novel of the same Chinese title. The 51 episodes long series chronicles the rise of the Qin state in the Warring States period during the reign of Duke Xiao of Qin. It was produced in 2006 and first aired on television channels in China in December 2009.
Follow the lives of a team of paratroopers who are committed to making a Chinese air force that's globally competitive.
The series is about the Chinese National Revolutionary Army Expeditionary Force in Burma fighting the Imperial Japanese Army during the 1942 Battle of Yunnan-Burma Road at the Second Sino-Japanese War.
The Chinese troops landed in Burma to support the British allied forces operations. The aim was to protect the road since it served as an important supply route after China's ports fell under Japanese control. When the British forces withdrew their support and surrendered, part of the remaining Chinese troops was forced to abandon their heavy equipment and retreat in loose formations through the harsh Burmese jungles, experiencing constant enemy pursue and ambush. Of the 100,000 strong Chinese Expeditionary Force sent to fight, only around 40,000 returned home.
The story follows a small group of soldiers being refuged in Yunnan, and is narrated through the eyes of a limping young Beiping student-turned-soldier named Meng Fanliao.
Soldiers Sortie is a 2007 Chinese TV drama based on a novel by Lan Xiaolong. It was co-produced by the 8-1 Film Studio, Chengdu Military Region Television Arts Center, Huayi Brothers Film Investment Co. Ltd., and Yunnan TV Station. The production cast includes Kang Honglei as director, Wu Yi as producer, Qian Zhang as chief producer, and Lan Xiaolong as script writer.
Twelve years ago, several homicides caused a sensation in the city. The victims were all from the bottom of society, and their bodies were found in deserted and remote places.It is speculated that the murderer may be the same person, but because of his extremely cunning, the case is very difficult for the time being. Through unremitting investigations and evidence collection, the criminal police gradually identified the main suspect. On the way to a meeting with his daughter Ling Ran, the criminal policeman Ling Bin hunted down the suspect and died in the line of duty.
Twelve years later, Ling Bin's daughter Ling Ran (played by Yu Nan) worked in the Polygraph Center of the Technical Division of the Criminal Police Detachment. She used polygraph technology to successfully solve several major cases and became famous. Chen Hu, head of Interpol Detachment Crime Unit (Xing Jiadong ornaments) and her partner,
A police detective investigating the kidnapping of elementary school students becomes involved in the intricate network of the underworld. Beijing policeman Li Hui Yan has gone alone to a small town in Dongbei due to a kidnapping case. By chance, he meets Zhou You, a mortician who is searching for the truth about his father's death. The two are pulled into grudges and entanglements that span three decades. In twelve days and nights, a secret about human nature is revealed.
Zhao Wenzhong is a CCP agent with a codename "Mountain Leopard." He needs to defend the country's territory and treasures against the Japanese.
The play tells the story of Zhao Wenzhong, a CCP agent codenamed "Mountain Leopard", who fought wits and courage with the Japanese and successfully defended the country's territory and treasures.