Ghost Catcher Legend Of Beauty

(China TV Series)
Ghost Catcher Legend Of Beauty (DVD) China TV Series
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Ghost Catcher Legend Of Beauty

Ghost Catcher Legend Of Beauty

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  • NTSC Fullscreen
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  • Mandarin
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  • Chinese
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  • Title : Ghost Catcher Legend Of Beauty / 天师钟旭之美丽传说 (全40集)
  • Episode : 1-40 end
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2010
  • Listing date : 31 Jul 2010
  • Disc Qty : 8 pcs
  • Weight : 390(g)
  • Production country : China

  • Cast by
  • Bobby Au Yeung , Huo Si Yan , William Feng , Bowie Tsang , Feng Shaofeng
  • Synopsis
  • Chinese legends are full of beautiful and fascinating stories about heroes and heroines. The legend of ‘ghost hunter’ Zhong Kui is one such story. Debate is on whether he really existed or not, but one thing is clear that he has a lasting influence on the mind of the Chinese people.

    The legend has it that one day Zhong Kui and his friend Du Ping traveled a long way to take part in imperial examinations. Zhong won the examination but his title was forcefully taken by the emperor. Ashamed, humiliated, disgusted at this behavior Zhong committed suicide upon the palace gate. Later Du buried him.

    Zhong returned as ghost hunter and king of ghosts in Hell. He married off his sister to Du. But this is not all with the ‘ghost rider’ Zhong. Stories from Tang dynasty states that one day the emperor Xuanzong dreamed that one small ghost stole away the purse of imperial consort. Another bigger ghost captured the smaller one and returned the purse. This ghost was the one and only ghost hunter Zhong Kui.

    Zhong has a reputation with Chinese people as a protector from ghosts and evil spirits. That’s why people in China, especially those who believe in Feng Shui, have this ghost rider’s picture hung up on their walls and business farms.

  • Synopsis
  • Chinese legends are full of beautiful and fascinating stories about heroes and heroines. The legend of ‘ghost hunter’ Zhong Kui is one such story. Debate is on whether he really existed or not, but one thing is clear that he has a lasting influence on the mind of the Chinese people.

    The legend has it that one day Zhong Kui and his friend Du Ping traveled a long way to take part in imperial examinations. Zhong won the examination but his title was forcefully taken by the emperor. Ashamed, humiliated, disgusted at this behavior Zhong committed suicide upon the palace gate. Later Du buried him.

    Zhong returned as ghost hunter and king of ghosts in Hell. He married off his sister to Du. But this is not all with the ‘ghost rider’ Zhong. Stories from Tang dynasty states that one day the emperor Xuanzong dreamed that one small ghost stole away the purse of imperial consort. Another bigger ghost captured the smaller one and returned the purse. This ghost was the one and only ghost hunter Zhong Kui.

    Zhong has a reputation with Chinese people as a protector from ghosts and evil spirits. That’s why people in China, especially those who believe in Feng Shui, have this ghost rider’s picture hung up on their walls and business farms.