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    Quote Originally Posted by ejc999

    Btw does LIAM VCD/DVD include the making of LIAM? It was so hilarious!!! They made mistakes, say the wrong dialogues. I can hear is Amy's big giggle at time even though I don't understand canto properly.

    Anyway many thanks for posting the links. I still love to recap those beautiful scenes again.
    Hmmm...the VCD that I had does not had the bloopers. Is it in the last VCD? I don't think there is one in mine.

    Yes, the great shots is my favorite episodes in the entire series of TGODs. Still watch it every now & then.
    *A smile is contagious; be a carrier*

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    Steve looked cunning as Nuerhachi. Is he suppose to be a good character in this new series? Is this based on chinese history?
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    Has anyone finished Tai ZU Mi Shi? I want to hear everyone's opinion about it.

    To bubcas,
    Steve plays Nu Er Chi who is the founder of the Qing Dynasty, so yes it is based on Chinese history. I think it talks about the time when he was young and how he met all of the women in his life. It also talks about how he founded the Qing Dynasty. I have seen another series that talks about him as well, but in great detail.
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    Default Chun Hua Qiu Yue 2004

    Based on 30's Shanghai days.
    VCD advert



    Offical websites:
    http://yule.sohu.com/7/0504/63/column220176380.shtml
    http://ent.tom.com/1030/1592/2004521-80077.html

    Some snapshots:








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    Quote Originally Posted by ziaozing
    Thanks ejc for taking the trouble to re-tell the story line of Nai He Hua. Think I had misunderstood much of the story cos of my limited understanding of Mandarin but I did find the series quite entertaining. Didnít know it had involved a ghost! Yes, Steveís portrayal of a blind man was commendable. Though heís often criticized for overacting, heís my favorite Chinese actor cos I like his versatility and onscreen charisma.
    It's not my all time favourite though, I enjoyed 2nd part.
    Here are some NHH off-screen pics:
    Steve & his co-stars (his brother-in-law & the girl from Nai He Hua)

    Steve & the casts of Nai He Hua


    Quote Originally Posted by ziaozing
    Please keep us posted on whatís happening. Why is he looking so worn out recently?
    Only heaven knows. Perheaps it's the effect of tiredness & lack of sleep. His shot 7 series within 2 and a half years.....He appeared on many press conferences, promotion shows & tours, even in concerts. He often says that he has not seen his family for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thythy
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    That's Ok, we all have our own opinions
    I didn't like him to end up with Amy's little neither. He does look cute with Annie Man, infact, audiences like them so much, they acted together in a couple series...
    Yeah, I heard that he teamed up Annie Man in some series but many perfer their chemistry in Heroines of the Yangs most. Amy's character was getting dull in part 2. It wasn't her fault. She was pushed aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubcas
    Hi ejc99! Looks like you watched some bits & pieces of TGOD Part 2.
    Because I watched it online 2 years ago on ATV website. They splitted 1 eps into 4 sagments so I randomly selected them. I clicked on a lot of boring scenes.

    Quote Originally Posted by bubcas
    On the final episode when they both became old, they were suppose to be already in their 90s and both of them sitting on the hill top looking at the modern Hong Kong. The conversation was Amy told Steve that one of Steve's good friend just turned 90 years old and he went back to China for his birthday. Time has gone so fast and they have both married for 70 years already. Then Amy had a portable TV and wanted to watch their favorite program. And Amy said I have to watch this show coz the lead actor is handsome. Then Steve asked her "Is he as handsome as me when I was young?". Amy just laugh and hold his hand. Steve said until today you still hold my hands so tight afraid I might leave you again.
    I love this line...so lyrical!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by bubcas
    Then on Part 2, Amy had a 2nd baby boy 3 years after Steve gained back his memory. They were together ever since Maggie left. When she was about to deliver, she also went thru some obstacles. Steve & Gilbert were at the textile shop and couldn't come home on time to take her to the hospital. Then her mother-in-law (Gilbert's Mom) and their servant had to take her but couldn't go to the hospital due to the Japanese soldiers blocked the road. She keep saying that she can't loose the baby again, she must safe the baby. In the end, they found one of the stair way and her mother-in-law helped her deliver the baby. After that Steve & Gilbert found them and they were very happy to have a son. Which means, 10 years later only she conceive again. I think in the end, they only had one son.
    I missed out this part. Saw her 1st miscarriage scene.

    Bubcas....Thanks a lot for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubcas
    Hmmm...the VCD that I had does not had the bloopers. Is it in the last VCD? I don't think there is one in mine.

    Yes, the great shots is my favorite episodes in the entire series of TGODs. Still watch it every now & then.
    ATV should include this blooper part in their VCD!!! I saw it on a promo clip. So funny. Have you seen it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubcas
    Steve looked cunning as Nuerhachi. Is he suppose to be a good character in this new series? Is this based on chinese history?
    A good character & also has to be heroic, powerful, and authoritative..... rollup all characteristics of a leader that you can consider into this historical figure. As an emperor, the ruler of Jin Dynasty & the founder of Qing Dynasty, he would not tolerate if he found someone was guilty even his own blood.
    You can read his encyclopedia at:
    http://www.worldhistory.com/wiki/N/Nurhaci.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinie
    Has anyone finished Tai ZU Mi Shi? I want to hear everyone's opinion about it.
    Just saw the promotion clips. I think this story introduction is quite interesting. In the beginning the narrator said that these are imperial tomb of Emperor Nuerhachi and his empresses....shell we explore more about him....(The scene looked great.) Then showed Nuerhachi (steve). He said "Am I an emperor?....NO!! (he said something....can't understand here). Am I a hero?....NO!!! I am just a lonely man. I don't want to kill anyone but many died under my sword" Then he kept on talking about his brother, his empresses & his lover. (my mandrian is not good enough...just understood quite a few lines.)

    I think it is great overall. Judging from promo clip, the casts' acting looked pretty good. I wonder why Dong Ge (Vivian)'s big brother forced her little sister Mong Ge to marry Nuerhachi? Nuerhachi was cheated by him. Dong Ge married to other general. It might be her brother's trick too.

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    has anyone seen For You All My Life (starred our Steven Ma and Kathy Chow)?

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    Thanks for all youíve done, ejc. Realize NHH isnít that popular but dialogue was easier to understand because itís about everyday life and people. I saw a bit of Mo Jie and my head is still reeling from it

    Have you seen Chun Hua Qiu Yue (Spring flower Autumn Moon)? Will like to watch it when Iím not so tied down with work. Do you know if much of the series is actually shot in Shanghai?

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    Thanks ejc999! I really want to see TZMS when I have time. It sounds like a great series. I love Steve and Vivien together too. The costumes in here are sooo beautiful. I think I will like this series a lot... Can't wait to see it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thythy
    has anyone seen For You All My Life (starred our Steven Ma and Kathy Chow)?
    Nope...I've been looking this series online for ages. Just saw Viet version only. Have you seen it already? If so, can you tell me abt the story? i saw some screenshots in which Steve is very stunning. Kathy is so cute. Chen Hong is pretty too. I think I would like to add it in my collections.

    Btw...did you want to know what Amy said in that clip you saw on AMY's site? That clip is just a shot scene of amy & steve. I thought you wanted to know the whole blopper part. In that clips, Amy said in Mandarin with big giggle...."Should be good!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziaozing
    Thanks for all youíve done, ejc. Realize NHH isnít that popular but dialogue was easier to understand because itís about everyday life and people. I saw a bit of Mo Jie and my head is still reeling from it

    Have you seen Chun Hua Qiu Yue (Spring flower Autumn Moon)? Will like to watch it when Iím not so tied down with work. Do you know if much of the series is actually shot in Shanghai?
    Yeah, most of 80's-90's Taiwanese morden series are not known by many. I think NHH had released on VCD/DVD b/c I saw the advert but it might be limited addition.

    How is Mo Jie? Who did shave Steve's moustache and beard in that series?

    Not seen yet Chun Hua Qiu Yue. I didn't know Qiu means Autumn!! It could be a sad story. I might watch it but not now. I think it shot in Shanghai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinie
    Thanks ejc999! I really want to see TZMS when I have time. It sounds like a great series. I love Steve and Vivien together too. The costumes in here are sooo beautiful. I think I will like this series a lot... Can't wait to see it!!
    This TZMS is Steve & Vivian's No. 6th series. The settings are great too. I saw some pics but forget the URL . if I could find them, I'd post the links.

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    Talking STEVE MAíS FILMOGRAPHY

    Here is a list of Steve's works I've known so far (some of his shows I've not known yet.) I haven't watched chinese series a lot so I don't know most of steve's co-stars. I copied their name from yesasia, layoyo & spcnet review.

    TV SERIES
    01. STARS KNOW MY HEART PART 2 (1984)
    (Steve Ma)
    02. KU DAO EN CHO JI (1985)
    (Steve Ma, Liu De Kai?)
    03. ROMANCE IN THE CITY (1986)
    (Steve Ma, Liu De Kai, Quei Ya Lei)
    04. YUN TI JIN SHEN (1987)
    (Steve Ma)
    05. Title Not Known (1988-89)
    (Steve Ma)

    06. WHO KILLS SUPER STAR? (1989)
    (Steve Ma, Liu De Kai)
    07. SPRING COMES SPRING GOES (1990)
    (Steve Ma, Damian Liu/Lau)
    08. MY RICH HUSBAND (1990)
    (Steve Ma)
    09. LOVE WITHOUT A CONTRACT (1990)
    (Steve Ma)
    10. ROMANCE OF THE LAST ERA (1990)
    (Steve Ma, Damian Liu/Lau)
    11. Title Not Known (1990)
    (Steve Ma)

    12. SIX DREAMS 4 Ė SNOW a.k.a XUE KE (1991)
    (Steve Ma, Liu Xue Hua, Jing Ming, Quei Ya Lei, Zhang Pei Hua)
    13. SIX DREAMS 6 Ė GREEN GREEN GRASS BY THE RIVER (1992)
    (Steve Ma, Yue Ling, He Qing, Jing Ming, Ye Jing, Quei Ya Lei, Liu Xue Hua)
    14. PLUM FLOWER/CHERRY TRILOGY 1 Ė TATTOOED FLOWER (1993)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong, Song Yi Min, Chen Hai Rong, Wang Xiu Feng, Jing Ming, Ye Jing)
    15. PLUM FLOWER/CHERRY TRILOGY 3 Ė BETWEEN WATER AND CLOUD (1993)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong, Chen Hong, Vivi Xu, Wang Shu Juan, Luo Gang, Feng Guang Rong, Han Shi Hua )
    16. Title Not Known (1993-94)
    (Steve Ma, He Qing)

    17. THE STORY OF EMPRESS DOWAGER XI CI (1994)
    (Steve Ma, He Qing, Yung Ka Ming)
    18. HEAVEN SWORD AND DRAGON SABRE (1994)
    (Steve Ma, Cecilia Yip Tong, Kathy Chow HM, Sun Xing, Jing Ming, Ye Jing)
    19. THIS LIFE THIS GERENATION a.k.a FOR YOU ALL MY LIFE (1995)
    (Steve Ma, Kathy Chow HM, Chen Hong, Sun Xing)
    20. WONG FEI HONG AND THIRTEENTH AUNT (1995)
    (Steve Ma, Zhang San Gwong, Richie Jen Hsien Chi, Chen Sa Li)
    21. JUSTICE PAO (1995)
    (Steve Ma, Erica Choi , Ray Liu, Yu Li, Jin Chao Chun, Leung Tin, Chen Yu Chao)
    22. THE GOOD OLD DAYS (1996)
    (Steve Ma, Amy Chan Sau Man, Sheren Teng, Maggie Siu, Sheung Tin Ngo, Lam Wei Sam, Wong Chong Kwan)
    23. STING 4 Ė STEAL THE SUN (1996)
    (Steve Ma, Yu Li, Lawrence Cheng Dan Shui, Lam Wei, Koo Kwun Chung, Liu Xue Hua, Chen Jin Yung)
    24. THE NEW DRAGON INN (1996)
    (Steve Ma, Chen Hong, Pat Ha Man Zhek, Roger Kowk, Pan Hung, Eddie Kwan)
    25. FATED LOVE (1997)
    (Steve Ma, Amy Chan Sau Man, Carrie Ng, Pinky Cheung, Ha Yue, Eddy Ko)
    26. LOVE IS PAYABLE (1997)
    (Steve Ma, Carina Lau Ka Ling, Liu Xue Hua, Sun Xing, Lawrence Ng)
    27. WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW a.k.a THERE HAS YOU TOMORROW (1998)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong)
    28. LEGEND OF EIGHT IMMORTALS a.k.a JOURNEY TO EAST (1998)
    (Steve Ma, Zheng Xiu Zhen, Guo Fei Li, Shen Yi Lin, Mai Hao Wei, Chang Ru Feng, Ling Xiao, Lin Yi Sheng, Li Hai Jie, Lin Xiang Ping, Xie Shao Guang)
    29. LEGENDARY SWORDSMAN (1999)
    (Steve Ma, Fan Wong Fann, Li Jin Mei, Zheng Xiu, Zhen, Zhou Chu Ming)
    30. NAI HE HUA (2000)
    (Steve Ma)
    31. WARRIORS FROM THE MAGIC MOUNTIAN (2001)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong, Miki Lee Tin Yi, Sammo Hung Kam Po, Chin Siu Ho, Liu Xue Hua, David Keung, Chao Qing, Pao Ri Li, Zheng Pei Hua)
    32. FAMILY a.k.a REVENGE (2001)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong, Wu Ho, Chin Shek Yi)
    33. YI DAO SHAN HAI FAN LI HUA (2002)
    (Steve Ma, Sun Cui Feng, Chan Bao Gao, Liu Luo Yun, Liang You Nan, Cui Hao Ren)
    34. XIAO ZHAUNG EPIC/XIAO ZHAUNG MI SHI a.k.a THE SECRET OF QING DYNASTY (2003)
    (Steve Ma, Ning Jing, Liu De Kai, Ssu Chin Kao Wa, Zhao Hong Fei, He Cai Fei, Wu Qian Qian)
    35. PRINCE EPIC/HAUNG TAI ZI MI SHI a.k.a THE SECRET OF ROYAL (2004)
    (Steve Ma, Shirley Dai Jiao Qian, Liu De Kai, Hu Jing, Zhao Hong Fei, Wu Qian Qian, Ning Jing)
    36. LOVE IN A MIRACLE (2004)
    (Steve Ma, Amy Chan Sau Man, Ma Su, Benny Chan Chin Peng, Law Ka Ying, Yammy Lam Kit Ying, Lee Heung Kam, Cheng Xiu Wen)
    37. CHUN HUA QIU YUE / SPRING FLOWER AUTUMN MOON (2004)
    (Steve Ma, Zhang Nan Nan, Wong Pak Chiu, Zhu Tie, Zhou Li Zing)
    38. DEMON WORLD a.k.a MO JIE (2005)
    (Steve Ma, Ning Jing, Hu Jing, Wang Yao Qing, Yang Xue, Zhang Yi Yi)
    39. TAI ZHAO MI SHI NU ER HA CHI a.k.a THE SECRET HISTORY OF GREAT GRAND KING: NU ER HA CHI (2005)
    (Steve Ma, Vivian Chen De Rong, Wu Qian Qian, Jin Qiao Qiao, Shi Xiao Qun, Zhao Hong Fei)
    40. WEI NI REN SHAO (2005)
    (Steve Ma, Monica Chan Fat Yung)

    MOVIES

    01. LONELY MOON SWORD (1987)
    (Steve Ma)
    02. SWORD AND SIX FRIENDS (1988)
    (Steve Ma)
    03. HONOUR THY FATHER (1990)
    (Steve Ma, Wu Ma)
    04. Title Not Known (1990)
    (Steve Ma, Adam Cheung)

    05. SPRING SWALLOW (1990)
    (Steve Ma, Luk Siu Fun, Zhang Fu Jian)
    06. OTHER SIDE OF THE SEA a.k.a DANGEROUS LOVE BY THE SEA (1994)
    (Steve Ma, Michelle Reis Lee)

    STEVEíS SPECIAL APPEARENCES
    01. SEVEN BRIDES & SEVEN (GROOMS?) (1992)
    02. LEGENDARY SIBLINGS II (2002)

    Arthur Millerís PLAY
    THE DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Premiere: April 17, 1992; National Theatre, Taipei)
    (Steve Ma, Lee Li-chun, Teng Cheng-hui, Yang Huai-ming, Niu Tseng-tse)

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