• @orchid123 Yes...agree. Wayne & Roger are aging better than him (lookwise). But i believe Gallen's acting skill is still as good & convincing. I enjoy watching his acting and will not miss this drama although he is the only reason i look forward to watch the series. Too bad Tavia turned down the female leading role because i still like Tavia's acting more than Ali. Hope this series would turn out as one of the good series this year...so that Gallen's return will be worthy to both himself and his fans.
  • Gallen Lo looks rather old in the above photo. In fact, he looked old even when he was in "Born Rich".
  • @orchid123 Loletta must have been born under a very very lucky star to enjoy a life of luxury. She remarried another billionaire..........envy, envy.........
  • Totally agree. It is good to have a celebrity as a wife for two reasons: 1) Have a beautiful wife 2) Have beautiful children Otherwise, people would not "invest" so much money in dating and marrying a celebrity. Loletta Chu Ling-Ling was a good example. She was Miss Hong Kong in 1977 and is the former wife of the late tycoon and philanthropist Henry Fok's son, Timothy. She married Timothy Fok after a short dating. I heard that a very handsome gift was given to Loletta as her wedding present from the Fok family.
  • @llwy12 Appreciate the extra info. @orchid123 I'm neither a fan nor a hater of Bernice. I don't "think highly of her" nor do I care about her break up with Moses. I think her as another person in entertainment or this sort of status. I would've still made the same spill if this where any other actress or celebs. This article is just strictly speculation and has no fact. As @llwy12 confirmed, claims in this article are bogus. It's just unfair for her to have this sort of news. Then again, one can argue any exposure is good exposure or this kind of shiz is what sells. This just doesn't sit well with me since I believe it further fuels the bias in the media and fortify/prolong the bias mentality in society. Anyways, peace out!
  • @orchid123 To me, it’s not about liking or not liking an artist, at least not in this case. Personally, I’m not a fan of Bernice’s and I’ve actually never liked her as an actress (her acting is still mediocre even now). I'm also indifferent to how Bernice is as a person or whether she is a gold digger or not (frankly, I don't care either way) and I don't follow her news either. I try to look at entertainment news in general from a more objective view in terms of facts and what makes sense – doesn’t matter who the artist is or what my feelings are towards him or her. Some of the stuff that the HK media (especially the gossip rags) comes up with is truly ridiculous and a lot of it is based on speculation as well as baseless assumptions that anyone who takes the time to step back and think about logically (and do some “research” of course) can probably figure out that something doesn’t add up. Unfortunately though, with the gossip culture in HK being what it is (which it has always been since the beginning of time), most people take what those gossip rags print at face value and don't have the time or interest to dig into what the media is feeding them and see whether it makes sense. I was listening to a radio show the other day that talked about this and mentioned how today’s media companies are actually worse off because most of them hire newbie inexperienced reporters who, instead of taking the time to research and fact-check stuff, they just report whatever sounds like it will attract audiences. Oh, and it also doesn’t help that most of the newer reporters don’t take the time to establish/build good relationships with artists either, which is something that HK reporters in the old days used to do and it served them well due to all the inside information that artists were often willing to divulge, sometimes voluntarily (I’ve noticed this for years actually – when I read/watch interviews / articles done by veteran reporters vs newbie ones, the disparity is pretty obvious in many cases).
  • @orchid123 Firstly it will be an embarrassment for a rich man to be caught with a celebrity. The social circle of a wealthy individual will have negative image of female celebrities. Why would a man with full of recognition from his career success be bothered about getting some notice from social media? Also there are beautiful faces and bodies everywhere. It isn't limited to just celebrities.
  • Rich man dates a celebrity for her beautiful face and sexy body, and perhaps hopes to get more recognition in the social media.
  • I know lots of the readers here like Bernice Liu and think highly of her. I used to like her too. Bernice dated Harwick Lau when she first joined TVB. She took the advantage of getting Harwick to help her learn Cantonese. Harwick was not popular at that time. Once Bernice became popular and was promoted by TVB, she broke up with Harwick. Then she dated Moses Chan after acting as Moses's girlfriend in "Love Bond" 心花放. The couple (Bernice and Moses) were well received and accepted by people in Hong Kong. They made a lot of money in shows and filming ads. Bernice became the top actress in making money for TVB during those years. Do you think Bernice wanted to let the media know that she broke up with Moses? It would definitely affect her sources of making money. If she did not want the media know, it would be bad for Moses to disclose the truth. I don't think we should blame Moses Chan for not telling the truth. He would look mean to tell the media that Bernice was no longer his girlfriend. Moses was truly a gentleman in this case. If anyone has to speak the truth of break-up to the media, it should be the female. Otherwise, it sounds that she is being dumped by her boyfriend.
  • @orchid123 I agree that most of us are Ruco fans. Some of us are just judging on his acting per series he has appeared in. However there are hardcore Ruco fans who have a crush on him so any slightly negative comment towards Ruco, they will attack.
  • @llwy12 Funn is a big fan of Ruco Chan. I think she was just being honest in commenting Ruco's acting in "AFWFW". She thought Ruco could have done a much better job than the role he did in the drama series. I totally agree with you "If they feel THAT strongly that Funn was wrong, why don’t they do something constructive, like submit their own review of the series and refute every single one of her points rather than sit there and nitpick her spelling and grammar?". That is what I suggested in my earlier post.
  • @orchid123 It just annoys me that I find when people disagree on something, the first thing people do are attack the other spelling or grammars. Just not cool.
  • @orchid123 Agreed. Funn appears to have higher expectations for TVB. That's why some people weren't happy with her harsher opinions.
  • @kirigiri If Funn gave "Dead Wrong" a 3-star rating, I am not surprised that "AFWFW" had a 2-star rating from her. I personally think "Dead Wrong" was a better drama series in terms of script, acting, and cast. Perhaps Funn has higher expectations from the current TVB drama series.
  • @janice Totally agree. I live in Canada and I also spell "favourite" with "u" and "organization" with "z" instead of "s". There is nothing wrong with it. As a matter of fact, I think most people spell them this way except the people in the States.
  • @orchid123 Yes I agree people are being a little too harsh on nitpicking on her careless small mistakes in her writing. There is nothing wrong with the way how she spelled some of the words, it's just different English spelling and is not incorrect in any way. I'm Canadian myself and I always spell favourite as favourite and not favorite. It's just a personal preference of which spelling the writer prefers and like better. Personally I like favourite more than favorite. And given the fact that this review is so long and lengthy, it is inevitable that she may have made a few typos here and there. Or it could be simply just autocorrect which is a very common error nowadays. We're all humans and sometimes it could be just mistakes made due to lack of sleep, tiredness, etc from writing and typing. There's no need to criticize so harshly on small things like that.
  • Totally agree with happybi. If you don't like Funn's writing, don't read her reviews. There is no need to criticize her English, spelling and writing styles. Spelling wise ............ she is using English spelling vs. people here may prefer American spelling. Both are correct and acceptable anywhere in the world. There is no need to be so rude and critical. Funn has spent lots of time in writing her long reviews, and I think she did it for free. If you people are interested in doing same, you can submit your own reviews to Jayne for us to share.
  • @jessehsuan I am sure Andy Lau must have bought insurance for filming that ad.
  • Gigi Lai still looks great in the photo. Her cosmetics company definitely helps her to maintain a good look. Agree that she has sacrificed a lot for her brother and his cosmetics company. What a great sister! There are not that many around in this world. Having a rich husband surely helps her a lot in making her cosmetics company a big success ............ with big investments and the know-how to keep a business growing and successful. She is lucky to find her husband (Patrick Ma), though not young and good looking, who would do everything for her and her family.
  • @orchid123 do you know if he's got any kid from his first marriage?
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