Lady Fan

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Lady Fan
LadyFanTVB.jpg
Genre Costume drama
Starring Jessica Hsuan
Joe Ma
Opening theme Fung Chui Bat Zau Siu Yung (風吹不走笑容) performed by Candy Lo
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Release
Original channel TVB
Original release February 9, 2004 –
March 5, 2004
External links
Website
Lady Fan
Traditional Chinese 烽火奇遇結良緣
Simplified Chinese 烽火奇遇结良缘

Lady Fan is a Hong Kong television series starring Jessica Hsuan as the lady warrior Fan Lei-fa (Fan Lihua) and Joe Ma as Sit Ding-san (Xue Dingshan). The series was first aired on TVB in 2004. The plot is an adaptation of an earlier TVB production, General Father, General Son.

Plot[edit]

The story is set during a time where the Tang Dynasty was at war. Lei Fa is the daughter of a respected Sai Leung general. Her mother died when she was young, so she has been raised by her father and brothers and developed a forthright, outspoken personality as a result.[1] Her martial arts master, the Holy Mother of Lei Mountain, tells her that she is destined to marry a Tang citizen and their marriage will unite the two kingdoms and bring about a time of peace and harmony.

Unfortunately for her, her destined husband turns out to be Sit Ding San. His father is Sit Yan Kwai, a renowned and loyal general of the Tang Dynasty. The Sit family is very prejudiced against Sai Leung citizens, as they have long been at war against each other. The show follows Lei Fa as she wins Ding San's love, his family's affections and the respect and loyalty of the Tang troops.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TVB Official Synopsis". TVB. TVB. Retrieved 11 January 2015.