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- Title: 花樣少年少女 (花样少年少女) / Hua Yang Shao Nien Shao Nu (Hua Yang Shao Nian Shao Nu)
- Also known as: Hanazakarino Kimitachihe
- Episodes: 15 + New Year SP
- Genre: Romance, Comedy
- Broadcast network: CTS / GTV
- Broadcast period: 2006-Nov-19 to 2007-Mar-04 / 2006-Nov-25 to 2007-March-10
- Air time: Sunday 21:30 / Saturday 21:00
- Opening theme song: Zen Me Ban by S.H.E
- Ending theme song: Zhuan Shu Tian Shi by TANK
- Inserts: See Hua Yang Shao Nian Shao Nu OST
- Related drama: Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (Fuji TV, 2007), Hanazakari no Kimitachi e 2011 (Fuji TV, 2011, Remake), To the Beautiful You (SBS,2012)
After watching a high jump competition on TV, Lu Rui Xi was so inspired by a jumper named Zuo Yi Quan that she decides to transfer to his school, which happened to be an all-boys school; therefore, she disguises herself as a boy to get accepted. At the school, Rui Xi befriends Jin Xiu Yi. One day during a friendly soccer match, Rui Xi is knocked unconscious by Xiu Yi. Quan carries her to the infirmary and realizes that Rui Xi is in fact a girl! However, Quan keeps her identity a secret. At the same time, Xiu Yi starts to question his own sexual orientation when he finds himself having feelings towards Rui Xi.
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- Producer: Chen Zhi Han 陳芷涵 / Qi Yang Lin 齊鍚麟 / Wang Xin Gui 王信貴 / Jerry Feng 馮家瑞 / Huang Wan Bo
- Director: Doze Niu / Wang Ming Tai / Lin Qing Fang 林清芳
- Screenwriter: Qi Yang Lin 齊鍚麟
- The drama is based on the Japanese shoujo manga "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e" (花ざかりの君たちへ) by Hisaya Nakajo. The literal translation is "For You In Full Blossom." The manga is also known as Hana Kimi.
- The show was renamed under the Japanese manga publisher's mandate to associate the show with the manga in an effort to raise manga sales.
- Chinese New Year SP aired on February 17, 2007 instead of episode 14. The SP is a competition with the "New Year theme" between the cast of Hua Yang and the cast of Summer x Summer.
- Wu Chun dubbs his own voice in this drama.
- Producer Huang Wan Bo confirmed there will be no HanaKimi sequel.
Source: Chinatimes Showbiz