• Kinda feels like they're cheating Chinese fans in order to boost the international market...but whatever, no skin off my back since I got Netflix =D
  • @coralie it’s the reality. Soon it’ll be our future. In china, the bad air quality is because of the pollution created by human. In Australia, it’s the bush fire, result from again our actions on the climate. If nothing change soon, it’ll be bad air quality all around the world :/ among other problems we will be facing
  • @coralie Oh ok, but honestly if he does intend to have a future with her then I am sure that thought did cross his mind. It is still possible for her to have kids. Ada Choi just had a healthy baby at 45-46. Lin Chi Ling is 44 and just married and I doubt her husband would leave her if she truly was unable to have kids. I actually find it very sad if a marriage or relationship breaks apart just because a woman cannot have kids. Some just naturally cannot have kids and it is not due to age only. My late uncle was unable to so he just adopted a girl who loved and took care of him and my aunt(his wife) until their last day. At times it is the guy who is infertile not the girl so it is not always the girl’s fault if a couple cannot have kids. It is a good option to adopt if you cannot have your own which is what Irene Wan did. But I get what you are saying as my late mom’s late friend married young but naturally could not have kids so her husband’s family literally gave her back to her family which I found sad. Her husband’s side of the family loved her as she was perfect in every way but the only thing was that she could not have kids. Her former husband then remarried and had 2-3 kids. She ended up remarrying and adopting 3 children and her niece and raised them as her own kids. They were all good her til her last day. I also have an aunt who became infertile due to medication she took but her husband (my uncle) did not mind and loves and married her anyways. They are now happily married even though they have no children. But I must say that having children or not does not necessarily always make or break a marriage or relationship. It just depends on the couple. In Joe’s case, if this guy is serious about her, maybe he is open to adoption or does not mind if she can have kids or not. The next thing you know, maybe he is the one who is infertile like in my uncle’s case, who knows?
  • @coralie There are very high young cancer patients in China...I know of 3 friends and all three in mid twenties have cancer cells returns within 5yrs. Over 30yrs are more.
  • @foodie yes, i've read about it, and don't want to visit beijing for this reason. people say they blow out black nasal mucus after spending a day there. i don't know how realistic that image is, but it makes me very reluctant to visit. it pains me to read about pregnant mothers who work in these polluted cities. they are endangering their babies to terrible health conditions before they're even born.
  • @bearbear Agreed. I actually really enjoyed him in A Step Into the Past & Eternal Happiness. I know people disagree with me and think he couldn't act back then, but he had a lot of potential. His lack of excitement over his projects now shows, but I can't blame him. His roles aren't exactly exciting, like he mentioned in here. Always the good guy, no change from his usual characters, he only needs to display the bare minimum to pass the grade. So why put in more effort?
  • @bennyjr by the time chok phase came around, he was already losing interest in acting. the chok phase only exacerbated his acting skills, because in order to maintain a 'chok' persona, he had to forgo ugly expressions, which in turn, limited his range. i feel the same about charmaine. they recycle the same expressions over and over. passive acting at its best. after all, if it worked for them before, no point in changing things.
  • @coralie I have seen how bad the air can be in the Chinese cities. You cannot even see the next street clearly. The air quality is really very unhealthy. I know many that caught cancer in their mid twenties.
  • @coralie True but even after he started to venture in Chinese TV productions after leaving TVB, he did not seem to inject the enthusiasm he had when he first started out.
  • when i read that part about monitoring air quality, part of me felt a pang of pain for all the preggo mommas in china who are breathing in toxic air and don't have the resources to ensure their babies don't get sick in utero. tiffany is doing the right thing, although a posse of 50 people does seem a bit excessive.
  • yup i could tell he lost his passion a while ago before he left tvb. it was very noticeable. even now he seems to be going through the motions. but i hope that louis instilled some new vigor and energy into his acting and he won't rely on passive acting mode like he did before.
  • @m0m0 LCL sounds like she wants to be a hands-on mother, which means she probably won't go the outsourcing route. And in that case, she would probably want to do everything herself. That is a tall order.
  • @coralie With her status she'd probably be more concerned with conceiving a healthy child rather than energy to care or look after than. The basic stuff like feeding and basic living care could be easily outsourced. Kids need the parents for teaching them values, develop self independence, and confidence among other interlectual development, that I think older parents would be better at because of their rich life experience and more patience overall. Bringing up a child is more patience than anything else
  • @hetieshou i didn't mean the age gap would prevent them from having a happily ever after. however, some guys don't think far ahead and don't place maternal age into consideration when they date older women. what ends up happening is that they want children later on and their partner can no longer pursue that option. which means break up. alyssa chia was still able to have kids when she married her current husband. joe is at a late maternal age already, so, that's where the issue lies.
  • dang she's 45 this year! so she'll be at least 46/47 before she can have a baby. i can't imagine being that old and still taking care of a newborn. there'd be no energy left!
  • @coralie Alyssa Jia is 9 years older than her current husband and they are happily married with 2 kids and one from her first marriage. It is more than age in order to stay together and be happy. Lin Chi Ling is 7-8 years older than her new husband. I guess love should be dependent on much more than age.
  • @coralie true, i personnaly don't like jacky cheung either. i think his skills are great but something about his baritone voice that i don't like. doesn't mean that i don't like baritones though, just his.
  • @m0m0 i really like artists with a full range of vocal cords and a pretty voice. just vocal range alone doesn't do it for me. for example, mariah carey. everyone loves her perfect pitch and range. and i admit some of her songs are legacies, but i'm not a fan of her voice. i think when all's said and done, it all comes down to personal preference. and no amount of persuasion will change that lol.
  • @coralie I used to 5hink Asian females sound better because they have prettier voice. But after I started listening to us pop, I noticed that the us female singers have very powerful vocals where they r able to sing any song but I doubt the so called pretty voices could sing due to their limited vocal range. Same goes for eason chan, he might not have a pretty voice like William so but eason voice is powerful, wide range, open and very relaxed. The last one is very difficult to do unless u have many years of practice. That's why I mentioned his degree. True that credentials does not necessarily equate to talent, but his voice is not nurtured from simple taking singing lessons for a few years or going to the k.
  • @wm2017 yes success and good vocals are not always linked. selena gomez has no technique and her voice is bland, but she can emote very well in her songs and her music is catchy so she is popular. on the other hand, artists like GEM/Ella Koon whose singing voices are fantastic, don't get the recognition they deserve and aren't as popular in HK.
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