叛逆者 The Rebel Directed by Zhou You, starring Zhu Yilong, Tong Yao, Wang Zhiwen, Wang Yang, Zhu Zhu, starring Li Qiang, Zhang Zixian, Yao Anlian, Yuan Wenkang, and starring Dai Xuyou, the TV series ..
In 1936 progressive towards in between Shanghai and Nanjing in the Fallen Republic of China storyline towards the Real Modern China- People’s Republic of China, Lin Nansheng, a young student of the Fuxing Club cadre training class, was taken to Shanghai by Chen Moqun, the head of the Shanghai district of the Fuxing Club, to participate in the arrest of the underground party lurking in the Lanyi Club. In the process of carrying out the activities, the upright and simple Lin Nansheng was constantly attracted by the sense of mission and fearless sacrifice of Gu Shenyan, Ji Zhongyuan, Zhu Yizhen, and other Communists for the country and the people, and had a deeper understanding of the chaos within the Kuomintang and the social reality. Thinking, I also have a better understanding of the beliefs and pursuits of the Communists. Lin Nansheng was brave and resolute in the fight against the Japanese and puppets, and he repeatedly made military exploits. In the face of national justice, he has stood with the Communists many times, especially at some critical moments, he used his special status in the military to provide great help to the underground party. After ten years of knowledge and choice, after the victory of the War of Resistance Against Japan, Lin Nansheng has grown into a true Communist Party member. And at the critical moment of the War of Liberation, he made outstanding contributions to the party and the country.
Zhu Yizhen played by Tong Yao represents the young generation with progressive thinking in that era. She gave up the wealthy family status and easy life of the wealthy daughter, devoted herself to the national cause, and started a relationship with Lin Nansheng without knowing it. In the turbulent and turbulent world, the two embarked on different paths due to their different camps, but both had the determination to serve the country with their own lives, eager to use their firm bodies to contend with darkness and decay. From wearing two braids to wearing a colorful cheongsam, the classical-looking Tong Yao controls a number of chronological styles in the play, and portrays the complex heart of the characters through different levels of eye play.
Tong Yao is a Chinese actress, best known in film for portraying Chen Shu in A Big Deal (2011), May in Snowfall in Taipei (2012) and Annie Yang in To Love Somebody (2014), and has received critical acclaim for her television work, particularly as Meng Xizi in Militia Ge Erdan (2012) and Zhou Xiaobei in Three Bosom Girls (2014).
Tong was born in Kunming, in the Yunnan province of China. In 1996, she attended the Chinese Song and Dance Art School in Beijing. She returned to Kunming in the following year, when she was accepted to Kunming Art School. She spent a year studying Hulusi, which is a free reed wind instrument from China and the Shan State. She entered the Central Academy of Drama in 2002, majoring in acting.
In 2002, Tong made her television debut in Tracks In The Snowy Forest, playing a health worker in the Northeast Democratic United Army named Bai Ru.
QIPAO 旗袍 Cheongsam …. In which from historically Shenyang is the birth place of the Qing Dynasty 1636-1912plus …. In which Qipao is termed for Qing Dynasty Clothing that the Manchu ethnic adoptively wore…… in which the Shenyang Palace Museum was an imperial palace towards two Qing Dynasty emperors. Previously two years ago during the event it which was an eight day forums, with exhibitions also related workshops illustrating the birth place of the Old Capital of Cheongsam where the Qing Dynasty- Qipao was inspired from…
Before that Shanghai 1930’s Qipao-Cheongsam revolution, the Manchurian Cheongsam was the fashion of choice of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) throughout as it standardised that style during the dynasty… Replacing the previous clothing standard Han Fu – Han Dynasty clothing style, in which also is form fitting towards the women’s silhouette but with a higher degree of freedom of flare of personal, individual style…
Qipao-Cheongsam is uniquely hand crafted tailored Chinese dress to the customer’s various measurements… in which you can still have them brought of the rack in which is accustomed to the standard measurements… in which you can tell which is western influenced with the back zipped in which the Eastern traditional Chinese Tailors would have the side zipped of the Qipao dress due it interrupts the flow of the pattern work at the back of the dress.. Also it creates a continuous seamless back look… after as the measurements are translated drafted onto the silk or the customer desired accustomed fabric of choice, from the measurements book with the associated look of the design elements with additional accessories the sexiness of Qipao lies subtlety.. Measuring, patterning, cutting, and button making are crucial, in where passion and art comes together in tailoring
In which traditionally Qipao- Cheongsam dresses are worn for from straight forwardly every day towards after work evening wear in without having to change to another set of wardrobe dressing only to accessories for the required occasion… … in which the Qipao dress pattern silhouette is design for the lady’s figure in which accentuating the silhouette without giving away too much of what’s underneath in retaining…. its timeless classic silhouettes in which are designed to be worn every day, from work, evening, casually towards to the weekend… with sleek simple, elegant, sexy intelligent sophistication in which are easy to be accessorised with any pieces of clothing in your current or upcoming wardrobe…
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