Special Cybersecurity-Themed TV Series to be Launched in China

By Mei Manuel, May 16, 2018 18:05 PM

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A special TV series which focuses on cyber-security will be featuring several artists such as Hong Kong singer-actor William Chan and Uygur actress Guli Nazha.

The series, 'Dancing in the Storm', will follow the story of Li Junjie, a cyber company employee who discovers that his company has a connection with foreign criminals. It is directed by Liu Xin, who was behind the hit period series 'The King's Woman', and is co-produced by Ciwen Media, iQiyi, and Manmei Film & Television.

Aside from Chan and Nazha, the series would also star Guo Jiahao, Song Yanfei, Dong Yanlie, Chen Chuhai and Wang Tonghui.

Filming has just begun, but it will include scenes shot in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and China.

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