|Once Upon a Time in Shanghai|
|Also known as||New Bund|
|Written by||Au Koon-ying|
|Directed by||Chiu Chun-keung|
|Starring|| Adam Cheng |
|Theme music composer||Tsui Ka-leung|
|Opening theme||Nang Fau Choi Yu Sheung (能否再遇上) performed by Adam Cheng|
|Country of origin||Hong Kong|
|No. of episodes||40|
|Executive producer||Chiu Chun-keung|
|Production location||Hong Kong|
|Running time||45 minutes per episode|
|First shown in||1996|
|Related shows||The Bund|
|Once Upon a Time in Shanghai|
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