• @peanutbutterjelly Comparing WJ with JL is more of a jab at WJ IMO. That's why I think WJ so quickly said, nah, it's more like a movie I made and not another person's work. Eventhough WJ hasn't have an ounce of originality as of late....
  • @peanutbutterjelly I agree with you that how they spend their money is their own choice. They make them. They spend them. How is it our business to judge. Even if they lived outside of their means, it doesn't make their marriage any less happy or real than those more frugal. Again, one is taking while the other is giving. Both are blissful in a two persons world. Let them be.
  • @nomad822 Please don't spread misinformation. I know you don't mean any harm but it's very irresponsible what you're saying now. Psychologist and medication are vital and necessary if you're dealing with mental issues. Things like clinical depression cannot be cured without medication, the last thing I want are more people avoiding help and take the suicide road because they think 'psychologists and meds don't do anything' or 'can rise above it by thinking positively' I can personally attest that the Asian 'mentality' of not dealing with psychological issues is everything except healthy. I also have statistics and scientific research to back it up. Sorry I've witnessed too many tragedies in this regard to take this passing comment lightly. Please read this: http://pb.rcpsych.org/content/28/12/451 http://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-opinion/article/1307071/suicide-prevention-hampered-mental-health-stigma https://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/419358/chinas-stigma-around-mental-health/ http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/9488896 People who are reading this: please go seek professional help if you're dealing with mental problems. You're not alone or weak for doing so and it will help you, I promise. I know we Asians tend to not deal with mental issues at all or ask for help because let's face it you'll be stigmatized. But please do for your own sakes and happiness.
  • I don't understand why people supposedly compared it to one of the few gambling movies Wong Jing had nothing to do with? Why didn't they compare it to God of Gamblers? I mean even that's kind of a stretch but at least it was written and directed by Wong Jing. All for the Winner was a Jeffrey Lau (thank God) movie and a parody on gambling films.
  • @funnlim Maybe you should try reading first before replying. I clearly stated before why I think she is a good partner for him. They went through good times and bad times together, both in sickness and in health, she supported him financially and emotionally during his career and personal lows. Sure, that's what every relationship should be like ideally but in reality not a lot of couples survive the hardships that come along. It's not hard to see they truly love each other. That has nothing to do with how you view her personally (a viewpoint fed by media and gossip magazines probably) and I honestly don't care about your personal vendetta against her. Again I ask you, what is wrong with shopping if they can afford it? You make it sound like she barbecues with money and he 'allows' it to keep her happy or something. The truth is they can buy all the clothes they want and still invest money in stocks and property. Truth is they are living within their means, it's just that their means are above that of a lot of other people's. Maybe that's what rubs people the wrong way but that's what it is. And marriage is unconditional love and support and acceptance of the person you made your vows to and so far, I think they're both doing fine.
  • @peanutbutterjelly Great to have a wife like her, the price is unlimited shopping? How does that make her a good wife or him a good husband? No denying she stuck with him. She was never a great somebody. Anyway he can afford her she is happy, quid pro quo. I suppose that's marriage.
  • People can say a lot about Hilary Tsui but you can't say she's a bad wife. These two met when they were both just 21 when Eason Chan was virtually a nobody. When they moved in together she was still making a lot more money than him and he was known as 'Hilary Tsui's singing competition winner boyfriend' (as the paparazzi put in back in the 90s). She stuck by Chan throughout the low points of his career and personal life (lost of popularity, imprisonment of his father, being frozen by EEG, the accident mentioned in the article) and financially supported him during those times, before they were even married. So she likes shopping, big deal, it's not like they don't have the money. If you ask me, Eason Chan is the lucky one to have met someone like her. A true ride or die.
  • @peanutbutterjelly LOL, true, but honestly, so petty (I'm referring to the media and the ones making those criticisms, not you, lol)! I don’t give a hoot about Trump’s (or any POTUS for that matter) personal attire or his affairs or whatever else the media chooses to dig up about him….neither do I care what he says on Twitter. Like most regular citizens, what I care about are his actual actions and policies and what his administration is doing and how it will affect us as citizens – THOSE are the things the media should be focusing on, not his personal eccentricities and definitely not gossip / cheap jabs at his family. Anyway…..I’m sure we can go on and on about this topic, but since it’s so off-topic, we should probably stop here, lol….
  • @llwy12 @happybi @peanutbutterjelly I have no problem with Trump attire, hair do, personal affair, etc. People shouldn’t either. The attacks should be against his actions and not personal jab toward him or his family. The beef I have is his actions as a POTUS. It’s petty to engage or argue with Tweeters, to call those who don’t support him names, to mingle (essentially and indirectly use his POTUS) in private businesses, etc. A job of a POTUS is to take care of US affairs, not defending your own image. He acts more like a high profile celeb than a leader of a free nation. I have yet see anything from his administration that moves the nation forward. Majority has been going back in time. He cancelled this, pulled funding from that, stopped previous administration actions. No solution or plan on how to resolve, mitigate or progress to a problem set.
  • @jjwong Agreed. Compromise is inevitable in a relationship but there are just some fundamental things in life that can't be compromised. Compatibility is more important than love alone in a relationship.
  • @llwy12 lol if wearing the wrong colored tie or not combing his hair are the only atrocities the POTUS commits then by all means I consider it happy news and wouldn't mind it getting covered at all. Obama got criticised for wearing a tan suit, holding a cup of latte, putting his feet on the desk (other presidents before him did the same), looking nerdy riding a bike and tons of ridiculous things. That's what I call an easy target. Meanwhile the current most powerful man of the US is: pulling out of the Paris climate accord, actively trying to get 30 million people to lose their health insurance, blasting the mayor of London in a twitter meltdown, opening up offshore oil and gas reserves using a method that industry critics said poses a real ecological threat. I'm tired too. Not from what the media says about him but tired of all the sh-t he actively does.
  • @jimmyszeto I understand that the way she reacted is not the best PR move. In fact, if I were her I wouldn't have handled it like that, but I'm way older than she is. And personally I do not condemn her for her reaction. I don't think reading a few curse words will do more 'harm' to youngsters compared to other stuff that they get exposed to on a daily basis online, but that's my opinion. I'm from an older generation and even back then people are complaining that idols are 'corrupting today's youth'. They'll be fine. You can hear more curse words just walking down the streets of Mongkok for a few hours. I do agree that her personality may not be fit for a Chinese celebrity due to no fault of her own. It's just the Chinese society and mentality in general. They put celebrities to a higher standard and have an immediate tendency to dislike anyone with a little fame that exhibits any genuine sign of imperfection. She's just a singer, not a gatekeeper of morality (and neither are we). It's okay that she doesn't have the perfect reaction to every situation. It's okay to let her live a little.
  • @peanutbutterjelly 100% agree that she is a human being and should be cursing the idiot in the background. As a celebrity though she has her company to answer to and a spokesman to discuss with. There are also thousands of young fans who idolise her to answer to. If I could remember correctly previously a similar incident happened where a netizen made fun of her mum and she used inappropriate words to curse him back. Firstly to react like this sets a bad example to young fans and secondly it encourages netizens to provoke her again in the future because she has a short fuse.
  • @peanutbutterjelly Wow!, what you said is priceless. Every mother has the right to come to her child's defence. It is one thing going after celebrities but to insult an innocent little baby is beyond low. @peanutbutterjelly. Again, your post is amazing. I appreciate such wisdom
  • @jimmyszeto I'm not saying she's superior, she's just being a protective mother who's probably still a bit hormonal after giving birth. No, she can't answer every comment thrown at her direction but this time she choose to reply. And that's her business. I disagree that her reaction was inappropriate or should have been 'more discreet'. It's one thing to criticize her as a singer but how polite are you supposed to be towards at stranger who publicly blasted vile insults towards your own child? Would you ignore it if that happened to you offline? If not why would she ignore it online? Why are netizens exempt from consequences? Or why are celebrities held to a higher standard and expected to be the bigger person in every possible situation for that matter? Even when your new born baby is being attacked? Those people typing and thinking those disgusting things are living, breathing human beings that live among us, not some made up fantasy trolls that only exist online. They should be told off and put on their place once in a while. And the same applies to public figures, they are not free targets who just have to take stupid insults and disrespect. They are human beings who get sad, angry and frustrated and protective of their children just like the rest of us. You only deserve respect if you're respectful yourself, the netizens that said those things obviously didn't deserve sh-t.
  • @peanutbutterjelly It goes without saying that a mother will protect her child but if she feels that she has to respond to every hostile post then she is in the wrong industry. Every minute there's netizens posting rubbish. Just because she has come out shouting and screaming does not make her a superior mother. Most mothers will do the same nut in a more discrete manner.
  • You go mama bear! Good for you! How vicious and rotten can someone be to attack a child like that? I don't blame the mother for reacting the way she did, public figures are people too. Also the woman just gave birth, hormones and all, give her a break! The only person she should be a role model for is her own daughter and here she's protecting her.
  • @peanutbutterjelly WELL SAID! For the records, "gold diggers" shouldn't necessarily be looking down. If old rich farts went a young and beautiful woman in their arms, then pay for it. Men know and play the game. They aren't 100% innocent. So why do we only judge the women?
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