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China Exclusive: Young Chinese embrace foreign TV series


09:33, December 20, 2012

BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- "After six years, everything is over. You know I love you. XOXO, goodbye Gossip Girl," "Daimaopiaobuguocanghai" wrote in her microblog at

As American TV drama Gossip Girl saw a happy ending on Tuesday night, young Chinese are reluctant to part from it. Meanwhile, they are ready to embrace more foreign TV series.

"I joined my friends to see every episode of Gossip Girl since I was in university, for the gorgeous clothes and nicely pronounced English," says 25-year-old Qin Jie, a member of staff at a Beijing law firm.

"I was moved to see its ending but feel a little lost without updates on the drama any more," says Qin. "It's lucky that I still follow other American dramas, such as The Newsroom."

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