**TRIGGER WARNING** It's time we face the facts....suicide rates are increasing across the globe and Asia is facing a major crisis.
Each culture has their customs for a funeral. Here is how traditional China deals with someone's passing.
The compass was invented during the Qin Dynasty of China and was used primarily for divination and fortune telling.
Watermelons and pregnancy have a lot of bad luck surrounding them....here's how to avoid the negative energy!
Qin Shi Huangdi was so determined to conquer death that he ordered what is estimated at over 7,000 terracotta warriors to protect himself when he passed into the Afterlife.
So lets say you've watched all of Si-won's drama but you still need more? Don't worry we here at Weibuzz have you covered! We have a list of Si-won's movies that you should definitely add to your watch list! A Battle of Wits - is an action war drama based in 370 B.C. About a lone... Continue Reading →
Rapper and songwriter Jackson Wang not only is a member of the popular South Korean boy band GOT7, but he is also a successful solo artist. He's released numerous singles his most popular one being Papillon. Some of Jackson songs include: Okay, Dawn of Us, Fendiman, Made It, Different Game, Generation 2, and Bruce Lee.... Continue Reading →
You may know Jackson Wang from GOT7, but did you know before Jackson became the rapper, singer and dancer that we all love he was a former national sabre fencer. Fencing is a sport where two competitors fight using a Rapier-style sword and win points my making contact on their opponent. A sabre is on... Continue Reading →
Looking back on some of the best LuHan television ads (or, a look at some of my favorite KFC commercials plus a couple others).
Sweet Combat Ming Tian (Lu Han) is a sweet young man who is determine to make sure his younger sibling have a safe and comfortable life. Which means Ming Tian works lots of part time jobs to make sure he can feed his younger twin siblings. Soon Ming Tian’s life turns around as he gets... Continue Reading →
The Fate of Swordsman is set during the Shenlong Era of the Tang Dynasty. Xie Yun Liu (Chen Si Yu) is a material arts master and is commanded by his master to escort Prince Li Chong Mao (Huang Tian Qi) back to the Capital City. On their journey to the Capital, they witness the Crown... Continue Reading →
Shaolin Wushu (or Shaolin Kung Fu) is a style of martial arts dating back to the Wei Dynasty of China.
Oh My General tells a story of a highly skilled female warrior who accomplished the unthinkable during the Song Dynasty. Ye Zhao (Sandra Ma) is the General of the biggest army in Song, having a tragedy befall her family she dresses like a man to take her father’s place in the military. Ye Zhao is... Continue Reading →
Rakshasa Street Xia Ling (An Yue Xi) is a hardworking young girl who is just trying to finish college. When she gets magically transported to a different dimension she’s attacked by evil spirits. She is saved by the Fire General who eases her mind and sends her back to the human world. With a death... Continue Reading →
Zheng Shuang and Yang Yang star in a romantic comedy about two computer science majors who happen to stumble across each other in a popular computer game. Bei Wei Wei (Shuang) is a loving character who dominates the charts because of her amazing game playing skills. Xiao Nai (Yang) is a game expert and excels... Continue Reading →
Imagine finding a calm peace state of mind, where you only listen to your breathing and all your worries seem to vanish. This slow, rhythmic meditative art is called Tai Chi.
Most North Americans know China for their cheap toys and copycat products but so many more technological advances are being made that we're missing out on!
Meet two detectives with different backgrounds Han Chen (Bai Yu) an incredibly intelligent detective who is cold and distant and Bai Jingxi (Yang Rong) a detective who specializes in criminal psychology who is full of life and personality. Even those these two are complete opposite they do share something in common they both have no memory... Continue Reading →