A top joint-production blockbuster helmed by Wai Kar Fai and starring top talents from Hongkong, Singapore and China, this story tells of the differing fates of two twin brothers with very ... See full summary »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jordan Chan ...
 He Fan
Christopher Ming-Shun Lee ...
 He Ping
...
 Li Ting
Yi Huang ...
 Zhou Ying
...
 Zhou Qian
May Phua ...
 Zhong Mei
Meijiao Lin ...
 Chen Yi (2002)
Houren Zhu ...
 Li Nian
...
 Fan Wen
...
 Li Li
Xiaoli Zhou ...
 Chen Rong
Miaoling Tang ...
 Ruan Hui
Maohui Deng ...
 Li Hengchang
Ivy Lee ...
 Zhang Li
Tracer Wong ...
 Zhong Qing
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A top joint-production blockbuster helmed by Wai Kar Fai and starring top talents from Hongkong, Singapore and China, this story tells of the differing fates of two twin brothers with very different looks and personalities. Filmed in Shanghai and Singapore, this story stars Hongkong's Jordan Chan, Singapore's Fann Wong and Christopher Lee, and mainland Chinese star newcomers Huang Yi and Hao Lei. Written by Anonymous

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Life is a turbulent and tumultuous trip... Is success or failure due more to one's character or one's fate?

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

5 May 2002 (Singapore)  »

Also Known As:

Brotherhood  »

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Budget:

SGD 4,000,000 (estimated)
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(27 episodes)

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Soundtracks

Ping, fan
Written by Gao Fei and Redwan Ali
Performed by Christopher Ming-Shun Lee (as Christopher 'Ming Shun' Lee)
Courtesy of Audio Post, MediaCorp Studios
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Cultural differences within the same ethnic group
26 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

Even though they are the same people within the same ethnic group, there are huge differences due to different cultural, social, and political environments they live in. It is very good for the show to not to blend two sub-cultures together because the fact is, they simply cannot.


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