• @dreamer More than 2 million came out for peaceful protests but were ignored. Protesters never hurted anyone except for self defense. Even though came from same place but hong kongers have evolutionized. You can also say human first came from Africa or Egpyt or planet earth but every place ppls quality r different. communist tried to turn hk in to a concentration camp like Xinjiang so that's y protestors need to fight. Millions of lawyers and professional came out to protests but were ignored.
  • @dreamer Actually no one is denying HK is part of China, but it’s a SAR (special administrative region), with a distinct identity and different culture (including legal system, use of traditional Chinese characters vs simplified, freedom of press etc). The distinction is important to recognize. Especially in the current environment, where China is trying to assimilate HK, to emphasize that he’s from China, vs recognizing he has HK roots, is a show of support for the Chinese government. There are clear cut sides here and he’s made his choice clear. His choice is seen as especially disappointing since a) he’s from hk originally and b) he formerly recognized his hk identity. Likely he didn’t want to lose the mainland market, so he’s decided to choose $$ over loyalty to his roots.
  • @dreamer Nothing wrong w/ saying he's from China, per say. Issue is because of the very extreme environment going on over there, whatever he or any idol or celebrity says would've put him in the crosshairs from either side. Ironically, when the protests first started. its was news-worthy because it was one of the largest peaceful protests in the world in recent memory. Afterwards, there were reports and video of violence against protesters with organized crime members supposedly and pics of them being friendly with local chinese govenment members in the streets. And most/all reports were swept under the rug. Which is the very thing the protesters are protesting against in fear of. And if its the govenment who is supposed to protect them, but do not- what would they most likely do? continued peaceful protests met with violence or meet extremism with more extremism? I don't support violence or extremism fyi lol, just stating that what's happening to Jackson is the effect of the current environment over there and probs would've happened no matter what he said. Its happened alot in the U.S. ALOT. and unfortunately, it rarely peacefully resolves itself and historically- the only thing that makes people even calm down alittle is usually after something very tragic happens as a result of the volatile situation. Its really sad when people in Entertainment who just want to perform and entertain people all over the world have to get dragged into any messy politics and even get targeted.
  • The protesters are getting ridiculous. Hk is part of china. Whats wrong with him saying im from china? Besides, all hk people are decendants of chinese. Do they want to not acknowledge their ancestry. I know that now its a sensitive matter. I dont support hk protesters nor chinese goverment. The chinese goverment has their faults. The pp of hk are scared of that. Its fine to protest, but do it more peacefully and without denying where your roots are from.
  • Didnt watch it and will not watch it after seeing that Luhan is the lead. Can someone tell that guy that he cant act? He is like a male version of ABB. Only possessing "good looks" without much talent. For me, even his looks arent that good. Too feminine
  • @dreamer good catch on the muscles. You're right, that's not her! YM's legs are toothpicks
  • @jimmyszeto sometimes its about the personality. While hawick does indeed look better but he seems to be the quiet boring type while da xun's seems to be more outgoing. Both types have their merits. Its just about which one is someone's cup of tea
  • @jenjen i cant believe that i have to agree with you on this. Those legs in the photo seem to have some muscles while Yangmi's are all stick
  • I used to like ada a lot in her younger days. I dont know why recently she seems to be rubbing me off in the wrong way. Perhaps, recently she seemed to overpowering in interviews?
  • @dreamer I feel like there was no victim in this whole scandal. All the other girls (Moon, Miss C, Miss S, Man Man), all knew Steven was in a relationship with April. They’ve all continued their relationship with him knowing so they’re not victims. Honestly, April was said to be the 3rd party in Steven’s last relationship too so I don’t pity her either. The only real victims are the innocent child who’s born into this mess and also Kenny who’s worked so hard for the last 10+ years. Regarding the money, I read that Kenny and Yumiko has lended Steven money to repay his debt and EEG isn’t suing Steven for the loss of monetary in preparations for BOY’Z concert.
  • What about the money that his exes said he owns them? I can never understand women who get together with a taken man and a wife who forgives a cheating husband. It was known that he was dating April. Why the hell would Man Man still get with him and even had a son? And that Moon also got with him knowing he was dating April? Also he cheated on his previous gf with April. It seemed that karma caught up with April. Now its his turn to face the karma. Besides, I dont know what the ladies sees in him
  • I dont know if the affair was true or not. However, its never a good sign if a person stays with your for money
  • @coralie please dont let her follow the footsteps of Angelababy. I cant stomach more dramas with one more ABB as lead
  • @dreamer Primarily, Chinese people judge others by the size of the eyes and skin tone.
  • @dreamer there is great pressure to stay skinny in asia for many reasons, there are just not many fat people around, limited clothing sizes, and social pressure. there is some really sickening discrimination about fat people that just need to change such as the other day i saw a documentary about oversize models in korea. she said she would on a daily basis hear people calling her out being fat, pointing and hear random men on the street say she just ruined their day b/c they say a fat lady. i feel that sometimes, some gentle reminders/comment about weight is not entirely a bad thing in asia it is is just outright fat people discrimination.
  • I prefer to die than live like that. Although, i understand her. When i went to china on holiday, every and i mean EVERY SINGLE older family member told me to lose weight. I weight 50kg and have a bmi of 19.2. In the netherlands where I live, im perfectly healthy. However, after hearing that you need to lose weight from every single person, i truly began to doubt whether i should lose weight. The worse was when i went to buy clothes and they have the one size fit which didnt fit me. So, Yangmi may be under a lot of pressure to maintain her skinny looks. It also doesnt help when chinese people are the worst criticizers of all. They criticise you for everything and weight is one of the primary thing chinese people judge you for
  • I'm more at awe that 2010 is already almost ten years ago. It feels like yesterday that i was watching secret garden in 2010
  • @dreamer So true!! That's why all these women don't even care for the respect from anyone or title as long as they have a meal ticket for life. Such a shame for this Mandy woman. I remember her from the Super trio show and she seemed so pretty and all and that's the path she's taking being the mistress of such an ugly rich dude. Jacqueline Wong can come out of hiding as there are tons more shameless woman like her. haha lol....
  • @hayden Being the legitimate wife doesn't say anything about what that pervert Alvin will write in his will. At least, he will leave things for his children. That may not be said about the wife. There had been plenty of wives who got a very small amount in the wills. So, Mandy isnt that stupid. With three kids, they are bound to get many $$$ even if mandy herself gets nothing
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