• @coralie i didn't like the japanese one b/c none of the boys i thought was cute but i watched it anyway b/c i liked the story and it was short. the korean one's got the hottest boys. i've alway love the taiwanese MG b/c it was the original and the boys were cute. ddin't watch china's b/c the make up back then in china was so-so
  • @coralie ehhehehheh I LOVE MatsuJun! I thought he was great as Domyouji and Oguri was brilliant as Hanazawa. But the best was Inoue Mao. She was the prefect Makino. I didn't like the Korean one as I couldn't stand the girl. the guys was OK. I am not a big LMH fan but Kim Bum was cute. MG was perfect because it was the first and the OST was awesome. But man did it ruin it for me in part 2. So disappointed.
  • @happybi i couldn't watch the japanese version because of the male lead(s). They were so boyish looking, it was like watching kids in a drama. The Korean one was an absolute disaster; had none of the charm that made its predecessors famous. The Chinese one was overly pretentious. None of them held a candle to the original MG (IMO). It's hard to pinpoint a single factor why it was so charming though. Is it the soft, romantic cinematography? Is it the right soundtrack? Is it the (almost) perfect cast? Is it the focused direction? I can't really gauge the correct reason.
  • @coralie She was a good and talented actress during that period of time and she was very pretty. Although she was already famous she left the entertainment industry early to pursue her personal ambition. It’s such a pity she passed away at a relative young age. I remember reading the news that Susanna is a heavy smoker. It’s unfortunate that many cancers aren’t diagnosed until the disease is well-advanced and too late to cure. If she is detected at an early stage, she would have a better chance of survival.
  • @coralie Love MG myself! Can't say the same for MG 2 though. I actually like the Japanese Hana Yori Dango version the most. Not a fan of the Korean one and have not watch the China one.
  • My deepest condolences to Kwok Fung. I don't know his wife, but reading about her life, she seems like a very giving, loving and exceptionally beautiful person. They were very blessed to have each other and it must be a very painful loss to Kwok Fung.
  • Ahhh noooo! Why! I loved Meteor Garden (I think part of the reason is cus it's not completely unrealistic and immature, unlike the manga.) I hope this new adaptation will still retain some of the original's magic and not be like every other overly pretentious MG remake out there
  • Wow talk about personal attacks. This is unnecessarily blunt and mean
  • I luuuurve her skin. How do you get skin so translucent and egg smooth? It looks so bouncy.
  • @cutie777 see, i don't think queenie wants to be a housewife. she's a business woman in her own right. gigi was looking more for someone to lead her (and maybe help with her expenses and burden). i don't know what queenie would need a professor for... it's kinda weird.
  • @coralie I know right? Maybe she wants to be the real housewives like the rest. I remember when Gigi Lai married her husband I was really shocked about it.
  • Is it just me?! Am i going crazy? Charmaine's teeth these days really bother me. It looks so out of place, like her lips aren't big enough to envelop her pearly whites.
  • @cutie777 I was about to say the same thing! What a shame that she left the station (though to be fair it's not as if they treated or promoted her properly.) I will miss her pretty face and decent acting skills. Wish her best of luck. As to her partner situation...I really hope she's not dating the guy in the pic.
  • She left TVB? "Besides taking care of Christine’s family, William has also helped Christine book jobs under his PR agency after Christine left TVB."
  • @kidd I think any exposure to Asian faces in movies is always better than no face, regardless of who's in it. It's true that homegrown actors need to be distributed more evenly, but first, greater acceptance of Asian faces has to be ingrained in Hollywood culture. A decade to two ago, Asian faces barely graced the screen. It wasn't until Asia became a greater economic powerhouse that Asian Americans gained a stronger foothold in Hollywood, mostly to entice higher viewership in Asia. Everything is related to the bottom-line.
  • "During pregnancy, chicken essence can also help increase the weight of the baby, but not the mother. After giving birth... prevent you from ballooning too." Wut? This whole part doesn't make sense. I know she's spokesperson, but ppl gotta stop spewing promotional info that isn't true. In other news, motherhood suits Linda :). She looks glowy and full and healthy.
  • @coralie The foreign investors only push established Asian artists from outside US into Hollywood. The group who truly need the push, the Asian American actors, is still sadly left behind. I'd rather see Asian Americans like Lewis Tan (ok, I know he's actually British Asian) get more chances. The Asian actors who get roles in these China investors projects are those whose main market is in Asian countries, who already made a name for themselves and has nothing to lose if their didn't make it in Hollywood. They still get lots of project back home. But, the Asian American actors are based in US, they need these roles from US project. Unless they are willing uproot themselves from US and move to Asia like Donnie Yen, Daniel Wu, LeeHom Wang.
  • @coralie agree, i dont know what happened to him. I thought he was really handsome in the Bund, but after dating angelababy not so much, smug and pretentious. He annoys me now.
  • @coralie He actually always seem that way to me.. maybe that's why I never like him much.
  • I don't know why, but seeing HXM these days, it makes me feel like he's 1) very smug and 2) very pretentious. It turns me off a lot.
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