|The purpose of this site is to provide English readers a reference repository for Asian television entertainment that use the following Eastern Asian languages: Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Japanese and Korean. TV dramas, artists, singers, directors and screenwriters related to Eastern Asian language TV drama series are included. Everyone is welcome to contribute here and add any information they may know about certain dramas or artists. You can either edit or add content Anonymously (No login required), or create an account to keep track of all your contributions. If you are new to the Wiki concept, you may want to look at the help page first.
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The only restriction is that all content must be unique (written in your own words, not copied from elsewhere) and relate to live Asian TV drama series that have Eastern Asian influences. This includes production or artists who appear in a live Asian TV drama series.
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