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|No. of episodes
|approx. 6-15 mins per webisode
|4 May –
22 June 2015
Toggle Talk (Chinese :Toggle星客驾到) is a Singaporean web series launched in May 2015. It is the first Mandarin web series to be launched on MediaCorp interactive service Toggle, following the closure of xinmsn.
A new season of Toggle Talk will begin on 1 June 2016, with new episodes every Wednesday. Ian Fang, Kate Pang, Xu Bin, Ya Hui, Mark Lee, Michelle Chong, Vivian Lai and Shaun Chen are the artistes that will be interviewed.
Stephen Chow Sing-chi is a Hong Kong filmmaker, former actor and comedian, known for Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle.
Quan Yi Fong is a Taiwan-born Singaporean host and actress, who has since taken up Singaporean citizenship and given up her Taiwanese citizenship.
Xu Chen is a badminton player from China. In 2010, he was ranked within the top 10 men's badminton doubles in the world. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed in the mixed doubles with Ma Jin, winning the silver medal. In the final they lost to Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei, also from China. He married a former Chinese national badminton team player, Pan Pan on 3 June 2014.
Shenzhen Metro Line 5, runs West–East from Chiwan to Huangbeiling forming an arc around central Shenzhen. It opened on 22 June 2011. Line 5's color is purple. Line 5 is an important east west and orbital line that connected various sub-centers of Shenzhen. This led to Line 5 being heavily used. In 2014, average daily ridership exceeds 500,000 people, with over 1 million passengers using the line on 20 July 2018, setting a new record. Since 2019, Line 5 has surpassed Line 1 as the busiest line in the Shenzhen Metro network. By 2021, the line regularly carries well over 1 million passengers every day and reaching the predicted long term daily passenger volume.
Hu Yun is a retired badminton player representing Hong Kong since 2006. He competed at the 2010 and 2014 Asian Games, and also 2016 Rio Olympics. Born in Wuhan, Hubei, China, Hu started playing badminton in 1988, and participated in local province badminton teams at an early age. In 2006, he started to represent Hong Kong at international tournaments. He won the Hong Kong National Badminton Championships four times, in 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2012.
Kuaizhou is a family of Chinese "quick-reaction" orbital launch vehicles. Flying since 2013, Kuaizhou 1 and 1A consist of three solid-fueled rocket stages, with a liquid-fueled fourth stage as part of the satellite system. Kuaizhou 11, which flew an unsuccessful maiden flight in July 2020, is a larger model able to launch a 1,500 kg (3,300 lb) payload into low Earth orbit. Heavy-lift models KZ-21 and KZ-31 are in development. The Kuaizhou series of rockets is manufactured by ExPace, a subsidiary of China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC), as their commercial launch vehicles.
Jiang Xin, also known by her English name Rulu Jiang, is a Chinese actress.
Liu Yan, also known as Ada Liu, is a Chinese actress, hostess and singer. She won the "Best New Artist" at the 2nd Top Chinese Music Awards and the "Best Promising Host" at the 3rd Zongyi Award, in 2010 the Most Influencing Host of China named she on their list of the 10 Greatest hosts in Television.
Hand In Hand is a Singaporean drama produced and telecast on MediaCorp Channel 8. The drama began production in April 2015 and began airing from 25 September 2015. The show aired at 9pm on weekdays and had a repeat telecast at 8am the following day. The series stars Bryan Wong, Jesseca Liu, Seraph Sun and Aloysius Pang and is partly sponsored by the Media Development Authority of Singapore.
The Dream Makers II is a 32-episode Singaporean drama produced and telecast on Mediacorp Channel 8. The show served as the year-end blockbuster for Channel 8 in 2015. The show aired at 9pm on weekdays and had a repeat telecast at 8am the following day. It stars Li Nanxing, Zoe Tay, Huang Biren, Jeanette Aw, Rui En, Qi Yuwu, Romeo Tan, Julie Tan, Zhang Zhenhuan, Chen Meifeng & Damian Lau as the casts for the second series.
Star Awards 2016 is a double television award ceremony which is held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by Mediacorp for free-to-air channels Channels 8 and U.
C.L.I.F. 4 is a Singaporean police procedural series produced and telecast on MediaCorp Channel 8 in collaboration with the Singapore Police Force. The series stars Li Nanxing, Rui En, Zhang Yaodong, Elvin Ng and Ya Hui as the main characters of the series. The series is co-sponsored by Sheng Siong Supermarkets and Soon Bee Huat. This is also the first C.L.I.F. series to feature a VSC police officer.
The Dream Job is a Singaporean drama produced and telecast on Mediacorp Channel 8. The show aired at 9pm on weekdays and had a repeat telecast at 8am the following day.
Wu Lei, also known as Leo Wu, is a Chinese actor. He is known as "China's Little Brother" in China.
Peng Yuchang is a Chinese actor and singer, who gained recognition after appearing in Our Shining Days and Hu Bo's award-winning film An Elephant Sitting Still. He was chosen by CCTV-6's China Movie Report as one of the "New Generation Four Young Actors Skilled in Acting" on 2019, along with Liu Haoran, Leo Wu, and Hu Xianxu.
Qiao Xin, also known as Bridgette Qiao, is a Chinese actress who graduated from the Central Academy of Drama. Qiao is recognized for her role as Guan Ju'er in Ode to Joy (2016) and Ode to Joy 2 (2017).
Zhang Meng, also known as Alina Zhang, is a Chinese actress. She is most well known as the winner of the 2004 Miss China Universe and for her role as the Fire Princess in the 2016 television hit series Ice Fantasy.
Nanjing Golden Dragon Bus, also known as Nanjing Golden Dragon Skywell, is a Chinese manufacturing company established in 2000 in Nanjing. It produces vans, buses and commercial vehicles for the domestic and export markets. It is a subsidiary company under the Skywell New Energy Automobile Group, and a joint venture with the Xiamen King Long United Automotive Industry.