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    I wasn’t sure this would post. It’s “Lucid Dream” OST by William Chan from Only Side by Side With You.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeyl8VEqEkc

Finally! Wm Chan “Light” OST from Age of Legends. Very nice!

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https://www.facebook.com/100026313585177/videos/182240695996382/

Nice video of AGE OF LEGENDS. I think it’s fan made. Still looking for William Chan’s “The Light” OST to post.

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Finally found it: my favorite OST from Wu Xin:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cor8NWnhT0

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One of the beautiful OST from Wu Xin: Monster Killer – not the one I’m really looking for, but still beautiful.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPDcUlBP-ic&list=RDbPDcUlBP-ic&t=29

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Mr. Sunshine “See You Again” OST #11
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haasTYP3q48

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Liu Haoran NOVOLAND: Eagle Flag preview
https://mydramalist.com/26037-novoland-eagle-flag?trailer=1

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    I can’t wait. I hope the romance won’t annoy me. Usually I can’t stand triangle love, but I’ll check it since it looks very grand. I don’t want miss a potentially good drama just because I dislike certain aspect of it.

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      All I saw was LIU HAORAN…
      I posted an interview he did and talked about his role. Also, he seems like not only a very nice young man but quite intelligent and humble.

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Gobsmacked. I had no idea Yang Mi was married to Hawick Lau. I just discovered him in a really bad drama a couple of weeks ago and had no idea…

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    LOL Their relationship is a pretty high profile one XD

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      I’m very new to Chinese drama so I hadn’t heard of Yang Mi before LoF either!

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        Ahhhhhhhh, that makes more sense 🙂 Welcome to the Chinese drama world!!!

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          Thank you! I’m actually loving the “really good” Chinese dramas more than most kdramas lately…
          The first one I watched was Nirvana in Fire 2 because Liu Haoran looked so adorable in the photos (ha!) And I usually watch whatever considering who the lead actor is that I find interesting. Now I’ve watched NIF2 it at least 4 or 5 times – regardless of how much praise NIF gets, I like the 2nd one better.
          I’ve since discovered Elvis Han, Wallace Huo, William Chan (Wai ting) and hopefully Darren Wang if Wolf (Majesty of Wolf) will be as good as it looks. And of course Ethan Ruan.

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            Well then, some recommendations hehe

            – “Wuxin: The Monster Killer” – starring Elvis Han

            – “Love Me If You Dare”, “The Sound Of Colours” & “The Glamorous Imperial Concubine” (both also starring his now-wife, Ruby Lin), “The Journey of Flower”, “Perfect Couple” – starring Wallace Huo

            – “The Four” – starring William Chan

            – Fated To Love You (Taiwan version) – starring Ethan Ruan

            😁😁😁😁😁

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            @bebeswtz: Ha! I’ve seen all those except the Four, which I postponed, so now I’ll for sure add it! Have you seen Side by Side With You (Wm Chan)? I loved Wuxin, but the ending was really cruel to him. Perfect Couple is on Viki but only 23 episodes are subbed, aargh. I liked Imperial Doctress, esp the ending. Really want to see Journey of Flower, I heard it’s really good.

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            No, wait, I haven’t seen Sound of Colours nor do I know where to find it. Have you seen Huo’s Reset with Yang Mi? Is it any good?

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            William Chan is really funny and portrays a pretty clever character in “The Four” 🙂 I haven’t watching “Side By Side With You” yet, but maybe now I will lol
            Oh no, besides Viki (and sketchy illegal sites) I actually don’t know where there would be subs for “Perfect Couple”, my mom and I watched it without subs (we’re Chinese)
            Oh my goodness, I’ve lost count how many times I’ve watched and re-watched “Journey of Flower” IT’S SO GOOD!! Make sure to watch it!!

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            @linda-palapala “Sound Of Colours” is another one where it can only be found on ‘illegal sites’ to watch it DX
            “Reset” sounds super good and super intense and I intend to watch it, it’s on my ‘to watch’ list for sure 🙂 I can’t remember if it’s actually on Netflix, but if it is, then I’m sure I’ve already added it to my List lol

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          Question for you then: have you read the novel Empress Fuyao? Someone said at the end they have 3 kids. So I’m wondering – and another person mentioned this too – at the end scene he asks if she’s “heavier” – might that be a reference or a hint that’s she’s pregnant? I’m hoping so but I’m not sure of the translation.

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          So you really haven’t watched Legend of Fuyao, the most epic romance fantasy ever made? And now my favorite of favorites?

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@tsutsuloo According to twitter we’re not the only ones unsure of the ending “Is it the afterlife?” Looking forward to your opinion.

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Just finished the finale. I’m 99% sure it was a happy ending in real time. My doubt comes from their being in a perfectly beautiful paradise and there is peace in the world.

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    My hubby said that people were pissed about the ending.

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      It was brief, that’s for sure. Maybe they meant for the ending to be ambiguous and left open to interpretation. I still think it was genuine and not afterlife. Someone said the novel ended with them having 3 kids and I wonder if his comment about her being “heavier” was a hint and reference to that. On the other hand, they’re last conversation in the Hall of Illusion tended to make it sound like they’d see each other in the afterlife, but only vaguely hinted at. On the 3rd hand, their conversation in the epilogue was a bit too real for the afterlife. I keep changing my mind about whether or not it was real.

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This is a quote from an interview with Liu Hao Ran (NIF2’s PingJing). The part about the wind reminds me of the word “Fuyao” and its meaning:
That’s why Liu Hao Ran wrote The Eye of the Storm. In his acting projects, he is portraying a character, but the stories in the book are entirely his own. Photography is a great way to record unfiltered reality, so the young actor and his young photographer wanted to keep the pictures as natural as possible. In his book, Liu Hao Ran mentions that maybe in a few years, when he’s no longer as young, he will be “heavier”. His hope is, at that time, he will no longer panic when he’s being carried by high speed, spinning winds, and that he will no longer worry about giving so much that he is left feeling hollow. “What if the wind is bigger then?”, the youth asks. But when it comes to growing up, there have never been any clear answers. The wind can enable you to fly very high; it can take you to the ocean, or it can keep you on the meadow or in the forest – it can take you anywhere.

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Legend of Fuyao SPOILER: 66 preview she’s possessed by the evil spirit and killing Wuji but flashbacks show his love for her which brings her back.

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    Thank goodness for twitter.

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    I can’t stay away from the Vietnamese previews on YouTube! *ack*

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    Lots of spoilers on twitter and I liked what I saw.

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      Twitter is now abuzz with shots of the final scene. Whew. And beautiful. Someone commented she declared it a happy ending even if it was at the last second. But I was expecting that.

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        As long as they’re together and happy at the end then I’m happy. WuJi has dethroned YeHua (Peach Blossoms) as my most favorite C-drama male character. ^^

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Opening OST of Fuyao. Absolutely beautiful.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoOr0FCLXug

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jaf8m2OZ72I
Meaning of Fuyao from a Chinese poem by Li Bai. “Riding the Wind, ascending.

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