Based on an online novel The Royal Prince of Orchid Hills, this is a sequel to the highly popular Lan Ling Wang. This drama depicts the battle between Northern Qi and Northern Zhou to possess the Qing Luan Mirror and Li Can Sword, treasures that was believed to enable its owner to conquer the world. These treasures which are originally owned by the Dragon Sect, were lost during the war. Before the demise of a Dragon Sect leader, she handed down the secret information of those treasures to the only remaining maiden, Yuan Qing Suo. Particular emphasis was made that only the rightful ruler should own the two treasures, otherwise there will be chaos if they land in the wrong hands.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Princess of Lanling King - 8TV (Malaysia) - Netflix
8TV (Chinese: 八度空间; pinyin: Bādù Kōngjiān; literally: 8th dimension) is a Malaysia's first free-to-air Chinese commercial television station in Malaysia. The television channel targets the Chinese audience demographics. 8TV's line up consists of dramas, sitcoms, and reality shows either produced in Malaysia or imported from other countries, such as Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore mainly in the Chinese languages and dialects and South Korea and Thailand both of which in their native languages. 8TV is also available on Astro channel 708, and through channel 108 on Unifi TV & MyFreeview.
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The following are programmes currently or previously broadcast on 8TV. Although English, Malay, and Chinese language are spoken in the channel, only Mandarin is used in all of its news broadcasts. There was also a short-lived Malay news broadcast that was available in the channel's early years. TV series that had been broadcast may be repeated on the channel a year or two later, with the exception of those produced by TVB. According to an announcement by Tonton – Media Prima's online portal service – a programme reschedule was implemented on 1 April 2016, with almost all Chinese programmes shown on Saturdays to Tuesdays, while English programmes retain their time slots as usual on Wednesdays to Fridays, but by June 2017, 8TV broadcast only one English programme, which broadcasts every Friday. The rescheduling also includes a 3-hour morning home shopping block brought in part by Korean conglomerate CJ Group titled CJ Wow Shop which had also been introduced across other Media Prima channels, some more affected by the changes (especially NTV7 and TV9). However, this block has attract huge criticism on social media as a large part of daytime schedule has been replaced by CJ Wow Shop, which these slots had been previously running mostly reruns, religious programming and kids programming. The programme was initially broadcast in Malay on the channel like its sister channel before being broadcast in Mandarin beginning 8 January 2017 onwards.
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