This is the official trailer for the 2015 film, "Only You," directed by Zhang Hao.
Meet film director, Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing.
Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing gives up a stable career, moving to Beijing to start over.
The road to "Never Thought of That" was not without its challenges.
"Never Thought of That" is about to debut. Let's dream together.
This is the movie trailer for the Guan Hu-directed 2015 movie, Mr. Six.
"The Waiting" is a short film about life in the big city for one unfortunate Chinese family. In part one, let yourselves be introduced to the characters and their story.
With Mom not around, the family is having a hard time adjusting to their new morning routine - especially the kids.
The kids leave for school, but with Mom gone and with Dad rushing off to work, they'll have to make the journey themselves.
The kids make their way to school, but it appears as though they may be taking the long way. Meanwhile, their teacher wonders why they're always late for class.
The kids are hard at work in class, and although their teachers know what's going on, there's little they can do. Meanwhile, Dad is hard at work at the factory.
China is a fast-changing place. New buildings go up, and old ones are torn down. On their way home from school, the kids are surrounded by these changes and it makes them reflect on the future of their own home.
It's snack time at home and the kids are feeding themselves - they've even become accustomed to practicing piano on their own.
As the kids wait for Dad to return home from work, it's up to big sister to not let younger brother worry. If there were an accident, surely Daddy's company would call - right?
See how this short film, "The Waiting," closes. With the kids waiting at home and a stressed, bereaved father on his way back from work, will everything turn out for the best?
"Peach Blossom Utopia" received the Best Short Film Award at the 2006 Handsome Monkey Animation Awards in China. In the same year, at the DigiCon 6+2 Contest sponsored by Japan Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc., it received the First Place Golden Award.
This fisherman lives by the bank of Wuling River. Life has been hard for him. However, one day, a miracle happens.
The fisherman accidentally stumbles into a place that looks a lot like utopia, where he is welcomed and treated like an honorable guest.
The fisherman thinks he must be in heaven upon stumbling into new locale where the people entertain him with copious amounts of their best food and wine. Here, there is neither a government nor taxes looming over them and people treat one other with mutual love and respect.
The fisherman has to leave, but also wants to make sure that he can return to this wonderful place. What can he do?
Was the fisherman deceiving the others and/or himself? Did they find utopia in the end? Watch and find out.
The idiom, "Cheng ren zhi mei," is explained through a story. It essentially means that we should help others succeed rather than pointing out their faults.
The antagonist of the story, Wan Renxian, still hasn't learned to "Cheng ren zhi mei," laughing at his neighbor when he injures himself. However, when he is given another golden opportunity to do a good deed, the question becomes, will he finally take it?
When Wan Renxian comes through at a time when he is most needed, his neighbors' reaction to his kindness isn't quite what he expects. Like "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," no one is willing to believe that this time, he is really telling the truth.