• @aiya true, too often the hk papparazzi will make a big deal over nothing, with nothing to back their claims beyond a seemingly ordinary photo: are they fighting? are they talking about marriage? are they calling security to escort those bums taking their pictures? find out next week...
  • @creditor Oops I forgot a third and most likely explanation: This is fake news created by the papparazzi who took a series of photo and pick out the one that would support their fictitious narrative. For all we know, this photo might have been taken in the midst of their teasing and playing around with one another.
  • @creditor There could be only two explanations for this: 1) This is an arcane cultural practice still prevalent in HK or 2) It reveals some degree of family dysfunction that explains why he is still such a "coddled child" even at the age of 40.
  • @msxie0714 LOL! I believe my use of the adjective is in accordance to the wide definition of the word: "eld·er·ly ˈeldərlē/ adjective adjective: elderly (of a person) old or aging. synonyms: aged, old, advanced in years,) Of course, as you aptly put it, I do understand readers' interpretation is very much subject to their own cultural and personal bias. For example, in the HK entertainment world, a 40-yr-old is still considered a young up-and-coming leading man, which implied that a 30-yr-old is still not considered an adult. LOL!
  • @aiya Do you think Kevin will quit TVB to be an extra in China? Unless the mainland pays a lot more for him only to be an extra.
  • @aiya When you mentioned about "elderly" boyfriend, I thought you were talking about someone 80+ years old. Or at least 65. But I would only call a 65 years old a senior, not an elderly. So if Kevin is an elderly, Grace must be a middle-aged woman.
  • @aiya you make it sound as though her bf is 80 years old! Although a child of 10 would think 40 is 'elderly'
  • What exactly is her elderly boyfriend working on in China? As an extra? LOL! It seems like that's the catch phase whenever he is mentioned and then we see diddy squat from him. Justly like the catch phase "very popular in China" we saw shortly after BBJX .
  • @aiya ehehehehe yep. He's is someone I would say is a douchebag.
  • @happybi So are you implying that Amigo is a bad hombre and no amigo to women? LOL!
  • @aiya WCL biz is still new. Doubt he's in position to be overly picky on who he signs or strict on contract terms. She needs him and he needs her. So he might be "open one eye and close the other" (if she has indeed in turning stuff down, which I doubt.) I lean toward you in term that WCL is probably struggling to find her opportunity; again, his company is still young and can't really flex any "friendship" cards (he hasn't build the stack, ha.) For her, she's in no position to drop off the contract and move to another agency. She doesn't have the star powet atm. She hasn't breakthrough in any medium, any market or any niche. She's in a limbo. Best of luck to her in mainland.
  • @rucofan1100 Well, if Kate had turned down all job offers for the past two years, then WCL should have dropped her because she is not making him any money by turning down everything that he had to work hard to to secure. What she is doing now is nothing more than what "fake models" would do...
  • @aiya though in wong cho lam's defense, supposedly kate turned down multiple job offers to go on a year long vacation (think she only makes promo appearances to replenish funds). but i'm sure even a ribbon cutting would pay her more than anything tvb's ever done in the past
  • @m0m0 Well, at least according to this article, she obviously does want to remain in entertainment.
  • @aiya it depends on how much she wanted to work. she runs jewlry business, maybe she wanted to focus on that more? but if her interest was really on her entertainment career, yea, it's pitiful that all she could get were these promotional gags.
  • Wow! It has been almost two years and WCL still hasn't come through with any appropriate job offers for her.other than these promotional gigs. Time for a new agent?
  • @jjwong The Japanese also did a couple of critically-acclaimed Shakespeare adaptations: MacBeth which was titled "Sword of Blood" and King Lear titled "Ran". They were excellently done by famed director Kurasawa as he transposed the story lines to Feudal Japan.
  • @aiya Lol. IKR? Well at least these are nicknames or stage names. I once worked with a Strawberry (first name) and a Cinnamon (middle name). These are their official names, written in stone on their birth certificates. They're both white Americans. Lol.
  • @aiya paramilitary is a force or group that's organized similar to a military force but NOT a military unit. Though I agree that Seals are badarses, nowhere in this article (or movie synopsis) said SDU is HK rilvary or equal to Seals. They're apples to oranges. SDU sounds more like internal, local, domestic "peace" force. Seals are for offshore, national level, special circumstance, outside of country mission support. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Duties_Unit
  • "Me, Tarzan Ip" "You, Jayne Star" "Where is our friend Cheetah Chu?" I thought I had seen my share of funny names assumed by HK'ers but kept being humorously surprised.
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