Qin Shi Huang (2001 TV series)

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Qin Shi Huang
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Also known as 1. Qin Shi Huang, the First Emperor
2. Emperor Qin Shi Huang
Genre Historical drama
Written by Zhang Tianmin
Zhang Jing
Directed by Yan Jiangang
Liu Wei
Creative director(s) Yi Zhenzhou
Presented by Li Peisen
Starring Zhang Fengyi
Gao Ming
Song Jia
Liu Wei
Zhao Liang
Song Chunli
Fan Bingbing
Zhang Jingchu
Opening theme Qinwang Sao Liuhe (秦王扫六合) performed by Han Lei
Ending theme Feng'er Qingni Shuo (风儿请你说) performed by Mao Amin
Composer(s) Zhou Zhiyong
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 32 (original version)
36
Production
Executive producer(s) Zhang Huashan
Zou Qingfang
Wang Weiguo
Li Ding
Producer(s) Jin Yusheng
Zhao Huayong
Li Jianhuai
Deng Tao
Location(s) China
Cinematography Wang Yongchun
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) CCTV
Wuxi CCTV Film & Television Productions Co. Ltd.
Broadcast
Original channel TCS-8 (Singapore)
CCTV-1 (China)
First shown in 2001 (Hong Kong and Thailand)
2002 (Singapore)
Original run 18 February – 6 March 2007 (China)
Qin Shi Huang
Chinese 秦始皇

Qin Shi Huang is a Chinese television series based on the life of Qin Shi Huang, the First Emperor who unified China under the Qin dynasty in 221 BC. The series was filmed between 1999 and 2000 and was first released in 2001 in Hong Kong and Thailand and in 2002 in Singapore. In China, the series was edited and altered by historians and experts before it was approved for broadcast on CCTV-1 in 2007.

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