Cambrian Period Ep 15

Tang Yin (Zhou You Tong) is an innocent naive girl who after a failing acting career decides to start afresh to travel to Jambudvipa Island (South Island) and become a surrogate shopper. However, all is not what it seems. Due to the popularity of the island and the tax-free and visa free policies in place there, it has attracted the attention of many criminal syndicates/ gangs who are looking to invest on the island due to the prospect of making an insane amount of money, and the secret war between the gangs and the police brewing there.
By accident, Tang Yin becomes embroiled in the war as well as meeting 2 different men who on opposite sides of this war, Jian Zi (Hou Ming Hao) who is a juvenile killer pick up and the handsome male police commissioner Li Yong Ji (Mike He). In the shadow of death, gangs and a variety of cases involving trade in the black market, will Tang Yin be able to pull through?



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  1. Very exciting fast paced episode, on par with the delight that was ep 8.
    Adorable puppy Jian Zi very upfront straightforward verbal on his feelings very refreshing.
    Doctor Fluffy bit put aside firmly, lets hope she now takes door nr 3 to exit permanently.
    Li Yong Ji still very ambiguous whether he is a good or bad guy, but I suspect by taking the inconspicuous piece of plastic from Tang Yin he probably landed her in troubled waters in the next episodes.

    Quite amazing how Li Yong Ji change in hair style in this episode gives him a total different vibe, it made him look 10 years younger, you start to understand some of the rabid discussions that sometimes explode on a particular character’s hair style.
    I was a bit disappointed that all the prank deliveries were not used for some very explicit product placement, spotting all the PPLs becomes a compulsive integral part of watching asian dramas. But no not a “subway” nor KFC in sight.

    A BIG BIG BIG thank you for the subs.


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