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I really like mediacorp channel u alot. nowadays they are working with taiwan to get the latest taiwanese dramas. I love it. They are also airing Korean dramas too. But i really hop they can air some good japanese dramas as well such as Jin. Yes, and the Renci charity show is finally back after a few years. This time Felicia Chin and Elvin NG will be performing as Romeo And juliet the Chinese version. I can't wait to watch them on Channel U too. Hopefully it will be nice and that channel U can raise lots of money for the Renci despite the Mingyi Lawsuit.
MediaCorp Channel U has been putting much effort recently in roping all the latest and popular drama for TV junkies like me. For instance, thanks to Channel U, we have been able to catch popular drama The First Shop of Coffee Prince first in Asia, outside of Korea. Also, Taiwanese drama like the Romantic Princess which ended its run in Taiwan last Nov, are also coming to our TV screen soon in January.
Generally, I think the standard and quality of programmes being aired are pretty good. I find the informative talkshow hosted by Quan YiFeng and Dasmond Koh- Let's Shoot extremely entertaining and informative. Every week, there's a certain topic discussed on the show and various opinions were heard and discussed by the guests. Some of these topics are provocative and most of the time, they concerns people like us, from all walks of life.
To sum up, I think it's a blessing that we have an alternative Chinese channel to switch to as I find that the programmes on Channel 8 are not as good as compared to the past.
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