• @prettysup1 I agree with you that the title was misleading when it said "Mike He Revealed to Have Been “Forced” to Marry Girlfriend."
  • I only like the cream & black dress (shorter dress) and the pink dress on her. The other dresses don't look nice on her. Some colors are nice, but the styles don't suit her very well. Did she gain weight?
  • Did she gain weight? I only like the cream and black dress (knee length dress with the short hair) and the pink dress. The rest of the other dresses are wrong styles for her. From 8 bottom pictures (left to right and go down): #1 - I like - cream & black dress #2 - long sleeves, shorter cream dress (makes her look fat) #3 - pretty blue color, but bad style #4 - I like - pink dress (looks nice on her) #5 - red dress - great color for her, but bad style #6 - terrible style & prints (cream & prints) #7 - nice style & pretty blue color - but bad material.
  • @funnlim I agree with you about dubbing also. My comments above said basically the same like you, but it's just a different way of expressing it. You are right - some dubbers are so good and they are definitely deserve getting awards also.
  • @dramas4me I dislike dubbing because thats not a good judge of a good acting if you can't hear the real voice. A bad voice and accent masked by a dubbed voice which often elevates the bad facial acting is to me an inadequate acting. Some actors have such lovely voices that you just can't dub them. But some may be due to accents, like un-China accent so to speak. Or can't speak mandarin at all. I understand the need to dub, but those you can only judge by looking at their faces. The dubbers should be given an award sometimes.
  • @coralie I do recognize my favorite actors/actresses' voices. I prefer to listen to their real voices unless it's hard to understand them with a terrible accent. :)
  • @m0m0 & @aiya I think they should dub the actors/actresses when it's ONLY necessary because their voices are a BIG part of their acting also. They should dub people who have a very bad accent, but not the "acceptable" ones. I like the way the stylists dressed the actors/actresses in this drama so far.
  • Please go to Google to search for "avirtualvoyage" to view the link. Jaynestars won't let me post it.
  • Here is the comment about her husband's cheating from the link below: I usually don’t speculate on affairs and I don’t know how reliable my news is, but a friend of mine told me around a year ago that a relative of hers was sleeping with Bai Bai He’s husband. If her husband was actually messing around, then I can’t really condemn her for this, especially since this isn’t really indisputable proof. And celebrity couples operate differently so maybe they have an open relationship or just married for the pr?
  • This is so sad. Some people said that they don't have a good marriage and her husband was cheating on her also. The person who is getting hurt the most is their son. They should have just divorced each other and move on instead. Her new drama "Surgeons" with Jin Dong will starting airing on 4/17/17 and I was looking forward to it. Will they stop airing it because of this scandal? :(
  • She is a very pretty young lady, but I think Crystal Liu is one of those people who have to watch her weight otherwise she can gain weight easily. That is my guess though from her built/structure.
  • Hopefully the rumor is true because I want them to get married. :)
  • @happybi They can still speak/use it @ home or anywhere. Just like Guangzhou people still speak Cantonese & so do other provinces in China - people still speak their own local language/dialect. They will pass it down through their families/generations. Like Taiwanese still speak Taiwanese language, but they are learning Madarin in schools. The main thing is that they will have that knowledge & skill of the Mandarin language. Hopefully that will help them get rid of the accent problem when they are speaking Madarin. Some HK people have that problem. When I went to Chinese school in VN - the school made sure that we spoke Madarin to teachers & classmates to improve our skill. When we went home or out of school - we spoke Cantonese to each other.
  • @dramas4me but what will happen to Cantonese? Its already hard to learn that language unless you are brought up speaking it. HK is not China. Yes its part of China now but I hope you know what I mean. English is easy to learn but Cantonese is not. Personally feel we should have more pride in our own language.
  • @happybi Hi. I do think they should standardize Mandarin in Hong Kong. If they can do that and also make English as a secondary mandatory language in Hong Kong. If they are fluent in both languages. Hong Kongers (is it that's how you call them?) - they will have the best of both worlds like Singaporeans. They will speak the two most popular languages in the world. I think it's a win-win situation for the people there. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Chinese https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language
  • @m0m0 Some people are born with the built-in "arrogant/stuck up" about them and some are actually LOOK that way, but they actually are not. I have a friend who is the latter. She looks stuck up, but she is a very nice person when you get to know her. I don't think he is from what I read about his life and family background.
  • @msxie0714 Agree. I was thinking of the same thing like you.
  • @dramas4me she has repeatedly denied it. I do t think allowance. I think settlement and perhaps trust fund and a very ironclad settlement agreement so he can deny he had anything to do with the girl. I do not believe she walked away not taking a penny.
  • @funnlim Do you really think he provided some financial support for his daughter? Certainly I hope you are right about that. Even some very poor fathers don't even run away from their responsibilities. This guy has enough money to live lavishly for his couple lives time.
  • @dramas4me That I won't pin on him. He doesn't recognise that daughter. But am sure he must have paid some settlement.
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