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Monday 11 January 2021

The Qin Empire

The Qin Empire China Drama
Drama: The Qin Empire
Chinese Title: 大秦帝国之裂变 / Da Qin Di Guo Zhi Lie Bian
Broadcast Network: Shaanxi TV, Dongnan TV, Henan TV, Hebei TV
Broadcast Website: Sohu
Broadcast Date: December 18, 2009
Genre: Historical, Politics, War
Language: Mandarin
Episodes: 48 (TV), 51 (DVD)
Director: Huang Jianzhong, Yan Yi
Screenwriter: Sun Haohui
Production Company: Shaanxi Guofeng Pictures Investment
Production Date: 2008
Executive Producer: Liu Bin, Li Ruigang, Shu Zhan, Qu Xiangjun, Jiao Yang, Wang Yaxing
Chief Producer: Lin Feng, Lu Shuchao, Chen Ruofan, Jiang Anmin
Origin: China
Related: The Qin Empire II, The Qin Empire III, The Qin Empire IV
Source: Adapted from the novel Da Qin Di Guo (大秦帝国) by Sun Haohui

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Synopsis and Plot Summary

Set during the Warring States Period, the story follows the weakened Qin State as it evolves and becomes stronger due to reforms and contends for hegemony over the six states.

Located in the Northwest, Qin was a small state that has been devastated by attacks from its six rival states. After Duke Xian dies on the battlefield, the young Quliang (Hou Yong) succeeds the throne as Duke Xiao. It was a time of great danger and chaos, yet Duke Xiao bears the humiliation and swears to rise against their enemies. He calls forth talents from all over the world and succeeds in recruiting Wei Yang (Wang Zhifei), a Wei native who has failed to earn recognition in his home state. By virtue of his knowledge and understanding of the political landscape, Wei Yang gains the support of Duke Xiao in initiating far-reaching and controversial reforms that have become integral to the emergence of Qin into a position of power.

Fun Facts

  • It is the first installment of the Qin Empire TV series.
  • The production company later formed the Chin Empire on August 31, 2010 which went on the produce the succeeding series of The Qin Empire.
  • It earned a broadcast on the state-owned CCTV-8 on October 17, 2014.
  • Filming took place in Jiaozuo, Henan province.
  • Sun Haohui who wrote the source novel also writes the screenplay.

The Qin Empire Hou Yong Hou Yong as Qin Xiaogong
The Qin Empire Wang Zhifei Wang Zhifei as Shang Yang
The Qin Empire Lu Yong Lu Yong as Ying Qian
The Qin Empire Sun Feihu Sun Feihu as Gan Long
The Qin Empire Lu Zhong Lu Zhong as Tai Hou
The Qin Empire Yu Yang Yu Yang as Jing Jian

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