‘La Fea’ Goes to China

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Forget the Olympics! Another type of “world-class entertainment” is coming to China.

Mexico’s Grupo Televisa today began production of Chou Nu Wu Di, the Chinese version of La fea más bella, the telenovela it refried from Colombia’s Yo soy Betty la fea and gave birth to Ugly Betty.

According to Televisa, the drama could extend for as long as 400 episodes, and it has been “adapted to Chinese tastes” (?) to make sure its content doesn’t offend the locals.

(I certainly hope the $20 million investment will serve such a purpose, as I’m still very offended by the Mexican version.)

9 thoughts on “‘La Fea’ Goes to China

  1. America began the production of “absolutly no aztlan” today. It will be a BLAST for all involved. ENJOY, everybody. Sit back and have a BLAST!

  2. not surprising. both nations have similar demographics. and mexico is one of the first countries to establish relations with china.
    alot of mexicans are interested in china and vice versa.
    althrough there are hardly any chinese in mexico.
    i expect this to change in the coming years
    could be very interesting. considering the two cultures are in some ways complete polar opposites.

  3. i love the US, Colombian and Mexican versions and on next month Philippines will have its own version entitled ‘I Love Betty la Fea’.
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  4. Check out the blog dedicated to enthusiasts of the colorful and exciting world of Betty La Fea. Philippine’s “I Love Betty La Fea” soap opera is based on the Columbian telenovela ,Yo soy Betty, la fea, that has spawned over 20 editions worldwide. This website has been established to offer a portal connection for fans of any Betty La Fea adaptations around the globe. The Betty La Fea saga is not just a franchise but a universal organization for everybody to share their country’s culture and sensibilities.

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