• @dramas4me Well said and Etta needs to be strong and get over the fact that her father abandoned her. She needs to know that there are others in this world who have it worse. At least she still has her mom while there are others who are orphans but yet still make something of their life. She needs to get a lot of counseling, get a job or go to school so she can get her life back on track. She also needs to get away from Andi as she seems to be a bad influence. Anthony Wong was abandoned by his father but still became successful. He had a hard life but never gave up. I am sure Etta can too. Vivian Chow lost her father before she was even born. She had a rough relationship with her mom growing up too. It was not until after she had a stable career that their relationship grew close since her mom was very stressed raising her as a single mother due to her father’s death. Hope things end up well for Etta too.
  • @dramas4me very well said. Yep, Etta only has her mom. They need to fix their relationship and start communicating and being there for each other.
  • @cutie777 I think Etta looks a lot like Jerky Chan. It would be very hard for him to denial that.
  • @bubbletea Etta has to be a very strong person to get pass her abandonment issue. She has to overcome her senses to be able to make a life for herself. She needs to learn that she has only one parent and not hoping that jerk will do anything or giving her any money. All she has is her mom. They need to stick together and helping each other moving forward.
  • Jerky Chan is a terrible human being. I hope he will regret not acknowledging his daughter on his deathbed.
  • @dramas4me Thanks for sharing your experiences with me am I also very sorry to hear that that happened to you too. May I ask if this happened in Vietnam or in another country? If it happened in Vietnam then I can understand and feel bad for you. I have never been to Vietnam so have only heard stories. One of my uncles hates Chinese to the bone which I find extremely sad. I know it is because of the bad history between China and Vietnam. However, I still find it very bad and sad. Luckily my late parents were not like that, especially my mom as she knows one of her grandparents was Chinese. You know the saying, you should not let the bitterness and grievances of the past generations pass onto the later descendants. It is not your fault or any Chinese person’s fault but what is more sad is some may have Chinese ancestry but yet hate Chinese. It is like hating yourself without even realizing it. I argued with many extremist Vietnamese who hate Chinese to the core online lately. Thank goodness I do not know them in person or lots of problems would occur. No wonder I cannot get along with many Vietnamese people. They said I do not know about these issues with China and Vietnam being American born and raised which is not true because I do. I just choose not to spread hate like them. One of my main reasons I did my DNA tests was to see if I had Chinese ancestry like my mom said and I do. I wanted to confirm that so I do not hate like them since I will be hating a part of myself. I argued with that anti Chinese uncle of mine and was telling him that there are good and bad in every ethnicity. I had to give many examples of my Chinese relatives to convince him. I wonder when all of this hate will ever stop? Luckily, only some very extreme people are like that but some of us are not as we intermarry a lot. My sister in law is Chinese as well and my late parents were open as long as they are nice people. The tension between Chinese and Vietnamese truly reminds me of the tension between Chinese and Japanese. I was chatting with one of my Chinese friends and she said her parents will not approve of her marrying a a Japanese guy due to the bad blood between them. Once again, I find that sad that people cannot let bygones be bygones. At the end of the day, we are all people so why draw so many racial boundaries? Another sad thing is they are ok with Chinese from Singapore,Taiwan, HK,etc,. But they hate mainly mainland Chinese. So sad that even people of the same ethnicity can discriminate against each other and hate each other.
  • @dramas4me yes, Jacky did turn out to be your second one. Psychologically speaking, your comment makes a lot of sense, but with Jackie Chan, it is a human morale problem. Jackie had treated many people like dirt for many years, including his wife and the son they had together. To him, women are just playthings, sex objects. There are those who say he treats his employees well. Maybe he does it genuinely, or maybe it is because he needs them and they are trustworthy and get the job done. It can be an image thing also. He donates generously, that he does, but that can be all about tax. If they don't donate, then they pay multiple times the donated amout in taxes. A lot of times, these money people donate not from the goodness of their hearts, but to keep the tax man out of their pockets. Also, it looks good to the fans, critics, and it is a public boost for their image. To further address your comment, if Etta was a boy, the abandonment would've been the same. Look how badly he treated Jaycee over the years. Even now, they don't have a close or loving relationship. They are very cold and estranged to each other.
  • @bubbletea You are so right about the part "... point is, he coldly, cruelly and ruthlessly abandoned an innocent child who did not asked to be born, but was born nevertheless. Then he had the nerve to not only physically and verbally abandon Etta, but financially cut her off too." I'm wondering if she is a boy - would he acknowledge/accept her as his child? From what I heard before that he came from a very poor background, so I think that now he is so rich. He enjoys his power, his eagle and makes him feel so important. I think people came from nothing & made it big like him - they either turn out to be very compassionate, kind people and try to help others or they turn out to be cold & heartless. I think it's the psychological effect on them. He is the 2nd one.
  • @dramas4me Thank you, I think that name does suit him very much. We seem to have our own boycott Jacky Chan work here at Jaynestars. I just can't stomach to watch anything with this horrible person anymore. I know we have to separate the artist from the person. However, with Jerky, er, Jacky Chan, it is asking a bit too much from me, so I decided to boycott him.
  • @llwy12 Me too. I don't watch ANYTHING that he is in. I'm sure other celebrities don't think highly of him either, but they don't want to ruin theirs careers. @bubbletea You came up with a very good name for him (JERKY CHAN). I think it's very well fitting for him. I like it.
  • @dramas4me I also stopped watching his works a long time ago and have even taken to forwarding through any programs he is in because seeing his face on the screen disgusts me so much. It’s astounding that so many people continue to worship him and confer the title of “big brother” on him when nothing he does or says is worthy of any respect whatsoever. @bubbletea Tell the person who claims that other Chinese celebs are jealous of Jackie that he/she is surely delusional and should probably have his/her brain checked by a doctor. Yea, I’m sure many celebrities are envious of Jackie being a certified a**hole and are tripping all over themselves to emulate such a sorry excuse for a human being, lol.
  • He is a jerk period. With ALL the money he has even if he just gives her/her mom a "drop" of it to help out - it wouldn't even make a dent on his assets. I stopped watching any of his work a long time ago.
  • @hetieshou I'm sorry to hear about what happened to you. No, I experienced the opposite of you. Actually Vietnamese people often prejudiced against people like me. It happened to my family and my friends also. Many of them are angry because of the history between China and Vietnam and we have nothing to do with it, so I think it's unfair for them to use it against us. There are good and bad people in every ethnicity and nationalities. The world will be a much nicer place if we all use that as our guideline and not judging people because where they came from, the color of their skin or someone else's actions.
  • @theyenman Hi. How do you know that some people are not offending about the skimpy bikinis in those beauty pageants? They didn't say anything doesn't mean that they are ok with them. I haven't watched any of those "beauty pageants" for a long time. We all have our own opinions about things. We all should respect other people's opinions also.
  • @dramas4me Thanks for info about you. I know some Cantonese too but can understand it better than I can speak it. Who is prejudice against you? You mean the people in China? I wonder why Chinese are bias against Vietnamese and other southeast Asians? I find that sad how some Chinese have the superiority complex towards others? I guess it is similar to people from HK and Taiwan being bias against mainlanders. Very sad that you can even discriminate against your own ethnicity so why should we be shocked that they discriminate against other ethnicities. I have met some Chinese who think they are superior to Vietnamese. Most think I am mostly Chinese at first glance and seem like they are disappointed when I say I am Vietnamese with some Chinese ancestry. I actually just argued with this one racist Chinese girl on Quora. She looked down on Vietnamese and called me ugly and that I do not look Chinese( I actually posted my photo on there to respond to a question) because I would actually look pretty if I was Chinese. I was so insulted because you do not need to be or look Chinese to be pretty. Not all Chinese girls are pretty too. I hope I never run into another racist person like that.
  • @hetieshou I can speak Mandarin because I attended Chinese & Vietnamese schools in Vietnam. I also speak Cantonese & Hainan. My father migrated to Vietnam from Hainan Island, China when he was nine years old. My mother was Chinese, but she was born in Vietnam. Many people there think that they are "pure" Vietnamese and they often prejudice against people like me. :(
  • @dramas4me Whatever floats their boat I guess....
  • @dramas4me No Vietnam was a part of China back in the days. I speak both languages too. I speak Mandarin though. Which dialect do you speak? They have some similarities but lots of differences too. Yes, I usually translate the names but some names like Truong/Cheung/Zhang is strictly a Chinese surname which is my grandmother’s last name. That Chinese Vietnamese guy is named Micheal Luong. You can view his DNA results video on YouTube. He is very funny when he found out he was mostly Chinese. But even one look at him and you can tell he is more Chinese as he does not really look Vietnamese.
  • @passingby Some people will think I'm old fashion, too. I think there is no need for them to share these pictures publicly. She basically was wearing thong there.
  • @dramas4me Viet Nam WAS a part of China for a long time. That's not an opinion. It's a fact. Hence, you're right that a lot people in Viet Nam are both and have Chinese and Vietnamese names. Japan and French also occupied/ruled Viet Nam at one point by the way. One of reasons why we love baguettes so much, lol. @littlefish I've never heard Asians are African descendents. Interesting. Source? I've read that there are Asians occupying Africa due to slavery, black market human trafficking, sell "little piglet" back in the days. There were many Chinese slavery in US as well back in the days. African-Americans were not the only slave labour. Funny how only BLM hops on the past but hardly anyone recognize or peep up about Chinese slaves. *shrugs*
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