Romance, War, Fantasy Guan Xiaotong, Hu Jun, Lin Siyi The Great Khan's empire sends troops to war, and the army unexpectedly brings back a tricolored bracelet, a hereditary heirloom of the small kingdom's queen. This leads to a curse that begins to erode the empire from within. The proud Great Khan searches far and wide for talented individuals to break the curse that has possessed his daughter, Turandot. Karaf, an orphan who wandered into the Khan's empire, meets the princess and they develop mutual admiration for each other. Out of sympathy for Turandot's suffering, Karaf risks his life to rescue his beloved, unaware that the curse is closely tied to his mysterious origins. The imperial royal family is thrown into chaos as the curse unleashes a brutal and bloody storm. A bloodthirsty general seeks to seize power using the power of the tricolored bracelet, and the tensions between ruler and subject escalate. Each person faces difficult choices as various forces become entangled in the vortex created by the curse.
Historical, Action, Fantasy Wang Kai, Louis Koo, Han Geng In the turbulent final years of the Eastern Han dynasty, the Han court was on the verge of collapse. Dong Zhuo seized control of the capital and caused chaos throughout the land. This event led to the rise of various heroes, such as Cao Cao, Lu Bu, Guan Yu, Liu Bei, and Zhang Fei, all of whom possessed unparalleled martial arts skills. A great power struggle among these heroes commenced, as they fought for dominance. In such troubled times, who will truly emerge as the invincible hero?
Drama, War, Political Huang Xuan, Ni Ni, Wang Renjun In 1921, Shanghai was a city with a number of Concessions and a tense situation. Thirteen young men from all over the country, with an average age of 28, set out from the plight of a nation in peril, turning their youthful ideals into a belief in saving the country and the people and seeking the truth. They gathered in Shanghai, breakthrough the monitoring and tracking of complex international forces. Under the leadership of Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao, the first national congress of the Chinese Communist Party was held in Shanghai on July 23, 1921, announcing the official establishment of the party that would change the future destiny of hundreds of millions of people. Since then, a new chapter in Chinese history has been opened.
Drama, War Zhang Songwen, Tong Liya, Peng Yuchang On April 26, 1927, 38 hours before the execution of Li Dazhao, the various forces of our party were still actively organizing rescue efforts for him, while the enemy was trying every means to torture him, but still without any progress. In this anxious moment, a young police officer entered the prison and attempted to inflict a new punishment on Mr. Shouchang. This event marked the beginning of the revolutionary memories of Mr. Shouchang's life.