Tianxia Diyi

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Tianxia Diyi
Tianxia Diyi.jpg
Poster
Also known as Royal Swordsmen
Genre Wuxia
Written by Wong Jing
Lin Qiang
Directed by Deng Yancheng
Wei Liyuan
Presented by Yang Teng-kui
Lin Zheng
Zhang Xiaowu
Starring Roger Kwok
Li Yapeng
Wallace Huo
Dicky Cheung
Damian Lau
Tammy Chen
Michelle Ye
Opening theme Ni De Diyi (你的第一) performed by Wallace Huo
Ending theme Xiang Wo De Liyou (想我的理由) performed by Jeff Chang
Composer(s) Mak Jan-hung
Luo Jian
Country of origin China
Taiwan
Hong Kong
Original language(s) Mandarin
Cantonese
No. of episodes 35 (Taiwanese version)
40 (Chinese version)
Production
Producer(s) Wong Jing
Wang Dapeng
Chen Beibei
Huang Jinmei
Chen Jingxia
Location(s) China
Taiwan
Hong Kong
Camera setup Huang Boxian
Chen Xitai
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) Jing's Production Ltd.
First Media Corporation
Distributor Excel Media (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd.
Broadcast
Original channel CTS (Taiwan)
BTV (China)
SZMG (China)
SuperSun (Hong Kong)
TVB Jade (Hong Kong)
First shown in 14 February 2005 (CTS)
22 November 2005 (BTV)
31 October 2009 (SZMG)
25 October–12 December 2006 (SuperSun)
8–28 March 2007 (TVB Jade)
Tianxia Diyi
Chinese 天下第一
Literal meaning Number One Under Heaven

Tianxia Diyi, also known as Royal Swordsmen, is a wuxia television series. The series was directed by Deng Yancheng and Wei Liyuan, and starred Roger Kwok, Li Yapeng, Wallace Huo, Dicky Cheung, Damian Lau, Tammy Chen and Michelle Ye in the lead roles. It was first shown in 2005 on CTS in Taiwan.

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