• @funnlim Exactly! A lot of people choose to focus on the racism piece because it’s an easy target exacerbated by Trump’s idiotic rants...but that’s not the only issue that is coming to the fore with this Coronavirus thing. Everyday, there is instance after instance of the younger generation defying the bans and gathering in large groups to party...some are even disgustingly saying on social media that the virus is helping them “get rid of” boomers and older generation who keep harping on millennials and giving them a bad rep! There’s also the very real issue of people losing their jobs or being put in a bind financially due to all the closures of non-essential businesses, especially those who don’t have the option to work from home. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel like now is not the time to get all worked up over Trump’s stupid rants....everyone already knows he’s an idiot who likes to run his mouth and President or not, most people don’t take him seriously anymore. I’m actually more concerned about the everyday hardships that the whole situation is creating, all of which have impacted me personally over the past 2 weeks (i.e.: at work - working through the logistics of getting 100+ staff setup to work from home in order to make sure that they still have a job and income flowing, all while helping to get critical medical supplies to hospitals in a timely manner as part of my job in the transportation industry; at home - helping various relatives file unemployment and other papers so they can get some financial support during this time period, helping my family with shopping trips to various stores to find supplies and necessities while still trying to help relatives and friends overseas who are also impacted by the virus situation, etc). To me, complaining about Trump is the last of my concerns (and in my opinion, should not be the media’s focus either), but I guess my perspective differs from most people on this site who are likely not having to deal with most (if any) of the stuff that I’m dealing with practically every day now.
  • @funnlim Wuhan virus will still cause stigma. The World Health Organization since 2015 no longer name diseases based on geographic locations because of this. No one wants to be from the place that caused thousands of deaths and a global recession. Illnesses have no borders.
  • America should worry more about their stupid young generation still partying at those beaches. I used to call it wuhan virus before the covid19 name. I think wuhan virus is an acceptable name? Chinese virus is definitely wrong even if wuhan is in china. Westerners are idiots. And so is japanese, koreans, HKers and many asian descent when the virus was still wuhan virus. All of them and us are racists.
  • I am impressed with Roxanne's performance in Forensic Heroes. It seems like she is the only human in a series populated by heartless preachy callous non humans. But Edwin, again?!
  • Prosecution always have a hard time to convict. Does it mean he is guilty? I don't know. But since not guilty, this man should have the benefit of the doubt and be given back his career. If he feels he is not guilty, by all means sue the girl, the police. But civil suit is always lower standard so he may lose.
  • @funnlim agree. Now that you've mentioned it a lot of the characters have no emotion. Nonchalant faces. Yeh I don't like the pairing between King and Queen no chemistry. Though I'm shipping the relationship of Stan (the 500 Hertz whale) and GaHay (the girl) even though its like a taboo - dating your sisters ex...
  • I predicted louis death and the charges against queen. So tvb didnt disappoint by being predictable. I dont like shaun and alice together. No chemistry. And if shaun does the chasing i am bored. Queen who never fought for louis shld for once do the chasing. The love stories here is boring. I find the dialogue they say especially alice is unreal, unemotional and inhuman. Suppose the more educated the more calm and professional they are? Utter bs. And no bodies discovered at night? Except louis? Everyone confesses. No actually intriguing villain. Professionals are emotionally stunted. Between raymond and alice, i feel chills how in control they are making them robotic. Raymond especially.
  • @funnlim In an interview with the casts, they said Roxanne barely had any NGs, which shows that despite how little time she had, she worked hard in memorizing lines, getting into character, etc. If given as much time as JW had, Roxanne's performance would probably be even better. TVB also told her to lose 10 lbs in short time
  • @funnlim I agree 100%. The issue with TVB series these days is that actors are acting wrong! They believe having full control of their emotions is good acting... So wrong! They just end up being robotic and doesn't seem real. They need to relearn how to act, because many are unable to bring themselves into their roles and it just looks wooden. Roxanne is probably the only one to show reasonable emotions in her role. The rest... I won't even bother looking. The series could've been better but they made it overly serious. It lacks the comedy/family vibe that the previous series had.
  • This article is exceedingly unfair to say roxanne imitated jacqueline to the T. To roxannes credit, she was a far better actress than Jacqueline with clear anguish, guilt and streetsmart in her performance. Now that i know she only had 1 month, i can see why certain scenes she looked exhausted. Which also explain why raymond looked out of place since he had done the scene before so some scenes he didnt seem to have showed up performance wise. Jacqueline is a decent actress but her always smiling face wouldnt have suited this character so changing actress was a blessing. Whoever said this series was written with jacqueline in mind clearly doesnt know what kind of actress Jacqueline is and tvb never write any series with anyone in mind. Frankly entire series all the professionals are portrayed as so in control of their emotions, roxanne seems to be the only human capable of any emotion in this series.
  • @funnlim Wei Lin hooked up with some young actress like very young. And when he was criticised about an affair, he said he has been distant with Mimi for a long time. They just stayed married because of their children. So they eventually divorced after the kids have grown up. Wei Lin was Mimi's second marriage I think. Her first was quite a brief one. Wei Lin and her used to act together often in Malaysia and Taiwan so that's how they started dating and eventually got married.
  • @funnlim In the soy sauce series apart from Hugo, Rebecca is the only one turning up for. Her Cantonese may be unclear especially when she's screaming at Matthew but she is showing plenty of charisma...
  • Is she a single parent or a divorced parent? Sounds as if the ex husband bad cut off all ties which isnt the case so why is she considered single parent?
  • And I wonder why too. I dont feel like switching on the TV to watch her. I dont find her performance engaging.
  • With or without jacqueline the series was doomed.the story is unfunny silly, the costume garish and at a time like this where got anyone have the mood to watch anything.
  • @funnlim Yes they did not but they raised an adopted son together.
  • @funnlim Totally agreed with you. Not a fan of Ruco's fashion. He should get another fashion consultant.
  • @funnlim If Crystal went underground with the relationship, it would be easier for Martin to stay living at their apartment after she moved out. But to rent it out (with their former furnishings) tends to signify that their relationship is over.
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