The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom (TV series)

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The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
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Genre Historical drama
Written by Zhang Xiaotian
Directed by Chen Jialin
Starring Gao Lancun
Zhang Zhizhong
Liu Bing
Wang Shihuai
Huang He
Yang Tongshu
Wang Jinghua
Zhou Xun
Sun Feihu
Theme music composer Meng Qingyun
Qi Jianbo
Opening theme Haohao Qiankun (浩浩乾坤) performed by Han Lei
Ending theme 1. Da Yingxiong (大英雄) performed by Yan Weiwen
2. Taiping Ge (太平歌 performed by Mao Amin
3. Feng Zhong Lei (风中泪) performed by Man Wenjun
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 48
Production
Producer(s) Jin Yusheng
Location(s) China
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) CCTV
Broadcast
Original channel CCTV (China)
STAR Chinese Channel (Taiwan)
ATV (Hong Kong)
Original run 10 July – 28 August 2000
Taiping Tianguo
Traditional Chinese 太平天國
Simplified Chinese 太平天国
Literal meaning Heavenly Kingdom of Peace

The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom is a Chinese television series based on the events of the Taiping Rebellion and the rise and fall of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom in the late Qing dynasty. The 48-episodes long series was first broadcast on CCTV in China in 2000. The series was also broadcast on STAR Chinese Channel in Taiwan and on ATV in Hong Kong.

Cast[edit]

  • Gao Lancun as Hong Xiuquan
  • Zhang Zhizhong as Yang Xiuqing
  • He Yongsheng as Feng Yunshan
  • Han Zaifeng as Xiao Chaogui
  • Liu Bing as Wei Changhui
  • Wang Shihuai as Shi Dakai
  • Lu Yong as Lin Fengxiang
  • Yu De'an as Luo Dagang
  • Lin Qiang as Qin Rigang
  • Shi Xiaohong as Li Xiucheng
  • Huang He as Chen Yucheng
  • Yang Tongshu as Fu Shanxiang
  • Wang Jinghua as Hong Xuanjiao
  • Li Jianqun as Su Sanniang
  • Hu Tiange as Cheng Lingnan
  • Jin Yuting as Zeng Wanmei
  • Zhou Xun as Shi Yiyang
  • Li Ming as Yang Fuqing
  • Wang Gang as Li Kaifang
  • Lan Lan as Yimei
  • Peng Jun as Zeng Shuiyuan
  • Chen Baojia as Meng De'en
  • Han Zhenhua as Chen Chengrong
  • Zhou Yilun as Zhou Xineng
  • Song Rixin as Hong Daquan
  • Hu Zhaofeng as Wei Jun
  • Yang Jing as Wei Yujuan
  • Zhang Jie as Li Shouchun
  • Lu Wei as Zeng Xian
  • Zhao Jingwen as Hu Yihuang
  • Cai Di as Hou Qianfang
  • Yang Zhijiang as Hong Renfa
  • Hao Tienan as Hong Renda
  • Li Yansong as Hou Shuqian
  • Guo Tao as Wang Yizhong
  • Xu Honghao as Tan Shaoguang
  • Pan Jie as Xie Manmei
  • Shi Zonghong as Chen Zongyang
  • Su Keshi as Zhu Yidian
  • Liu Haili as Lai Hanying
  • Hu Xiaoting as Hu Yurong
  • Li Quanzhong as Wang Haixiang
  • Sun Deli as Jiang Yuanba
  • Liang Jiaxing as Shi Xiangzhen
  • Du Jun as Siqin
  • Yang Jimin as Huang Yukun
  • Sun Feihu as Zeng Guofan
  • Liu Yubin as Zuo Zongtang
  • Hou Tianlai as Xianfeng Emperor
  • Gai Lili as Empress Dowager Cixi
  • Xue Zhongrui as Sushun
  • Zhao Yi as Prince Gong
  • Zhu Yidan as Saishang'e
  • Bao Si as Xiang Rong
  • Zhang Guangzheng as Yang Fuzai
  • Xu Maomao as Sengge Rinchen
  • Cui Dai as Zeng Guoquan
  • Hou Yongsheng as Zeng Tianyang
  • Zhang Xiaobo as Wulantai
  • Li Zheshi as Guo Kunchou
  • Liu Gang as Guo Songchou
  • Ye Qinglin as Zhang Liangji
  • Wu Honghou as Luo Bingzhang

Production[edit]

1.15 hundred million yuan of the total budget of 1.5 hundred million yuan was used for constructing the filming set, which is located in Nanhai District, Foshan, Guangdong.[1]

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