• @littlefish couldn't agree more. No issue with shotgun marriage. It's actually the possibility of infidelity on his part and her possible role of breaking up someone's marriage and family that is disturbing. Although she has denied being a third party, the timing was too suspicious. Besides, there were rumours prior to his divorce of their closeness.
  • It's not easy to find devotion in love, let alone after one spouse has passed on. It is sad that they could not grow old together but they have been very fortunate to find each other and have shared a marriage of 4 decades.
  • @c3stlavi3 those days with Alan Than, Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung getting the award after award then with Sandy Lam and especially Sally Yeh winning one of the top 10 songs. Next was the 4 Heavenly Kings and Faye Wong dominating the top 10 songs. The venue was grand, fans screaming, the host was reputable in doing grand events. Now it's just a joke, really.
  • @bearbear Now that you mentioned it, there really werent presenters invited. Not that it's a big deal, but interesting point. I remember they invited GEM one year. It was funny when they invited Crystal Fung on stage to present because of her single status lol. The kids were super cute and funny though. It was touching that they had kaikai present the award for Oppa (Pakho).
  • Recalled there was an interview a year or two ago of him talking about the possibility of retiring? TVB probably didn't renew his contract or provide unreasonable terms leading to his leaving a workplace he has been for almost 4 decades with no final plans of retirement. Having been faithfully working for the station so long (unlike some veterans who left and returned), doubt he wanted this to happen. This is disheartening and almost disgusting to treat your faithful staff this way. And it's not like there are many veterans to be able to take up those roles.
  • @bearbear Kalok Chow's role in "Come Home Love: Lo and Behold" was Kam Sing On, an incompetent university student, and the grandson of Hung Shu Gan. He was a useless youngster in that sitcom. I did not even notice him (or his acting if any) at all. Lau Kong, a well-rounded actor, lost to Kalok Chow in Best Supporting Actor award. Lau Kong received tons of compliments in his character, a bookstore owner (Mr. Lam), in "Barrack O'Karma".
  • @orchid123 Didn't follow his storyline in "Come Home Love" so my guess was he was at least promising in his acting (wrong guess). To be honest, I hardly knew most of the final 5 for Best Supporting Actor nominees, other than Owen. Besides Owen, I thought the rest were in the 3rd/4th line-ups of the cast. Was really shocking not see any of the more experienced supporting actors in the list. It is sad, really, that the actors and actresses of TVB, supporting or worse, leading ones, aren't on par with their acting.
  • @bearbear Chow Ka Lok's win is an insult to many supporting actors in TVB. If Chow could win, any TVB actor should be able to win Best Actor Award. Chow's acting was so bland and immature in "Come Home Love" and so unnoticeable too. Very very surprised that the Best Supporting Actor award was given to him in his very first nomination. He never won anything or was even nominated for any awards in his acting career.
  • Have always liked him as an actor, wish TVB gave him more chances.
  • This year fashion is a bore. Maybe Selena looks the best. I can't decide if I like Priscilla Wong's bridal look or felt it was too elaborated. And several actresses' combed back hair looks so flat.
  • This year award ceremony is a mess with awkward pauses. First, other than the presenters of best actress/actor and favorite female/male leading character were properly invited, the earlier presenters seem like an impromptu where anyone can be a presenter or they have kids giving out awards. TVB used to invite big stars to be presenters; in recent years, like due to cutting budget, they got their own staff to present but at least those are official presenters. Now, anyone and everyone can give the award. Even the presenters do not know what to do, resulting in awkward pauses and the cameraman does not know where the camera should focus on. Next, having two favorite actresses is a joke and obviously rigged. Initially, I thought they have "consoled" Serena by giving her the best couple award then would give Miriam the favorite female leading character and Kara the best actress. It is an insult to both Serena and Miriam to share the award though IMO, one doesn't deserve. Having it so obviously rigged adds to the insult of not giving something to Philip Keung. He did not even make it to top 5 best actor while less deserving actors did. I don't understand the best variety show either, 5 different variety shows actually won the category or did I miss out something? We knew Kelly would have won best newcomer though she would never be our choice. Congrats to Kalok Chow but I wish Eric Li won instead.
  • As long as the story is good, the cases are interesting, not bothered about the broadcasting date.
  • Can understand her getting upset for being repeatedly ignored and she can express her unhappiness online. However, rather than providing feedback directly to the airline, why is she sharing it with netizens and telling the airline to contact her after reading her online posting? What makes her believe she is so special? And is she trying to get attention from netizens? And shouldn't she give credit to the staff who tries to salvage the unpleasant situation as well, rather than focusing only on the unprofessional staff? Lastly, providing staff names on her social media instead of doing so directly with the airlines is uncalled for. Is she trying to name shamed them for not giving her the pen? The whole incident started off with the bad service from Cathay but her handling of the situation doesn't speak well of her either.
  • @isasmallfish Haven't been taking Cathay Pacific in recent few years but I recall having no issue with most the stewardesses, infact I like their service and dessert on short distance flight most of their time. Your experience was awful and glad you did something about it.
  • @jjwong Have enjoyed the movie version too, simply because I like the change in Zhang Wuji, felt he has more character than the wishy washy in the original. If they made the sequel back then with the same cast, I would be thrilled. Now, nah.
  • @huynh The first couple I thought about is Sean and Amy. Love them as a couple. They have also fought against the odds when they first started dating. As for Nick and Esther, I saw some of his interviews as well and back then I thought he was lucky to find a suitable spouse in Esther. Not every female would appreciate her partner putting her and their family below his passion for film making and him spending more time and energy on it. However, even though this may not be the ideal marriage and family life for some females, Esther is the one in this marriage hence only her views matter.
  • @bearbear right? a guy voiced it out like that when they were together for 16 years? he's so damn unattractive and short too...lordly lord..haha lol...
  • @hohliu Absolutely, if the story is true. If she didn't like the sponsored gown then she should just purchase another that suits her "disney" taste. Since she chose to wear it, then she had to give the designer credit even if it was ugly.
  • @wm2017 Agree, if he felt he was "in jail", he should have just cut short his jail time much earlier but it was unnecessary to make a comment like that. Wondering aloud - has he even been making and earning a sustainable income from his time with her till now getting another rich girlfriend?
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