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Chinese Odyssey 2002

Is it possible to write a nonsensical story with a purpose? Jeffrey Lau’s early millennium period comedy -sometimes wuxia sometimes musical- of ‘imprisoned’ Imperial siblings that meet their destined lovers in the outcasts of a tiny village during the Ming dynasty seems to prove it.

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Chouchou-san

Chouchou-san is Japan’s NHK’s take on the famous Puccini’s opera, Madame Butterfly.

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Chris Lee – Old If Not Wild

You can call it anyway you want, the truth seems to be that Chris Lee sings like only Chris Lee can. Her latest album Old If Not Wild (再不瘋狂我們就老了) is a testament to that, even more so than The Dancing Artist was.

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Chris Lee – The Dancing Artist

Chris Lee’s (李宇春) fourth studio album The Dancing Artist (会跳舞的文艺青年) captures the concept of simplicity and maintains it throughout the whole album in an effective way.

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Christopher and His Kind

Christopher and His Kind is an adaptation of the autobiography of the same name written by Christopher Isherwood. The name may not be familiar to some, but this English-American novelist wrote the awesome book A Single Man, which was later turned into an awesome movie by Tom Ford and starred Colin Firth.

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Christopher Robin (2018)

All grown-up, with a family of his own and with the worries of work, Christopher Robin, believes he’s had a mental breakdown when he gets a visit from Winnie the Pooh, who has lost all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.

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Cinderella’s Sister

Otherwise known as Cinderella Unni, Cinderella’s Stepsister or A Modern Story of Revenge. This Korean 20-episode family melodrama is filled with frustration, lovers not able to love, jealousy, loneliness and a lot of tears.