‘The Treacherous’ was heavy on the plot
What has been referred to as China’s answer to Sex and the City, is set to hit Egyptian TV screens. According to Chinese newspaper, Xinhua, Egyptian and Chinese media officials gathered in Cairo to celebrate the upcoming broadcast of the Arabic-dubbed version of China’s hit TV series Ode to Joy on Channel 2, Egyptian state TV.
Not this ones, these are ‘Lust, Caution’ plots by Tang Wei.
Lest we forget, Daniella Wang and her amazing plot in Due West
Not these goodies either. This is Daniella Wang’s Due West.
Of course nothing like this… You wish.
Having debut in 2016, the drama revolves around five Chinese women, each with a different age, background, and story, sharing the same floor in the metropolitan Chinese city of Shanghai. In its debut season, it was the second most watched drama in China and its episodes have gone on to amass 18 million views on YouTube.
Ode to Joy’s first season is made up of 42 episodes, and will begin broadcasting on on January 1st, 2019.
The Sunday ceremony was attended by Naila Farouk, head of the Egyptian state TV, Gao Jianmin, deputy minister of information at China’s National Radio and Television Administration, Song Aiguo, Chinese ambassador to Egypt and others.
“Broadcasting ‘Ode to Joy’ in Egypt is undoubtedly a new accomplishment,” said Jinamin at the ceremony, Xinhua reports.
Yes, these are the actual shots …
The following are apparently unrelated to “China’s Sex In The City”… We were told these sex scenes come from “Sex & Zen” produced by a dude called… Xi Jimpin.
Wish these are part of the China’s Sex In The City gameplay?
You never know, ask the Egyptians… Guess the Pharaoh mummies need something like this to be resurrected?
Back to the controversial “Lust Caution” featuring Tang Wei. We were told her later masterpiece “Crossing Hennessy” was censored by Commies for being too pornographically Hollywood. The Chinese Cinematic Censor Board wanted movies to have Chinese Characteristics (actually, they mean Commie Characteristics)…
So, a genius made this selfie to reflect the so called Chinese Characteristics: –
Weirdo “Sex In The City” Found On WeChat
Yes, WeChat is the thing… Instagram is primitive by China’s “Sex In The City” standard.
Oh In Hye in Red Vacance Black Wedding
Not this one, she is an infiltrator from Korea.