Year of the Rabbit! Fairy and Swordsman turns 5 & new XianJian blogger

Posted by on February 4th, 2011 | Category: Site News

Happy Year of the Rabbit! Wishing you all a very prosperous new year filled with good health, fortune and happiness~新年快樂, 恭喜發財! :)

Last month, our site [Fairy and Swordsman] turned 5 years old! Woohoo! We will continue our best to bring you everything Chinese Paladin, from news articles, translations to media and downloads. There are quite a few exciting news in the world of XianJian with PAL5 expected to be released soon, and with GuJian turning into a drama. Of course, we’re also keeping our fingers crossed for a PAL4 drama. Nothing has been confirmed at this stage but we’ll inform you once we hear anything :)

Chinese Paladin Happy Lunar New Year

As this site is a tribute to Li Xiaoyao and Zhao Ling’er, we’re constantly covering news related to the actors Hu Ge and Liu Yifei. This year we can expect a few new dramas and songs coming from Hu Ge. As for Liu Yifei, the muchly anticipated “A Chinese Ghost Story 2011” remake will also hit cinemas. I wonder what other projects she has lined up?

Being a huge fan of Xu Changqing and Zixuan, I’m always keeping an eye out for Wallace Huo and Tang Yan for {Undying Love}. If you haven’t seen Chinese Paladin 3 and have been contemplating about it..do it! Since watching Chinese Paladin 3, it’s been hard to find another drama that has kept me as captivated as it did. You can download the entire series here with English subtitles.

I’d also like to take this opportunity to welcome Evility, our new ChinesePaladin.org blogger whose main focus will be on the XianJian games “The Legend of Sword and Fairy”. She has already made a kick start with two blog articles on the newly released XianJian 5 supporting characters and bosses. The two main leads will also be introduced shortly!

Make sure to give them a read here: Part 1, Part 2

Please get involved with us and drop us a line, we would love to hear from you. Our Chinese Paladin forum is also a wonderful place to meet other English fans of XianJian, Chinese drama, entertainment and games.

Recently we’ve become affiliates with AncientChinese.net, a new site run by sapphiresky which promotes Ancient Chinese drama and games to the English audience. We admire her dedication and ambition as it reflects our own passion for Chinese Paladin (something much less known in English speaking countries). So, make sure to give it a visit and you may find some dramas you’re interested in.

And that’s it for now. Stay tuned by subscribing to our RSS feed or follow us on Twitter!
Take care!

Comments (2)

 

  1. Brad says:

    5 years? Wow! Congratulations! Here’s to 5 more!

    From someone who was happily introduced to Chinese Paladin through this site, THANK YOU!

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