• @hetieshou He has replied on his instagram that those models are his friends who hold other full-time jobs. Anyway I also find those netizens too busybody, he has the freedom to like anyone or anything on his own social media account.
  • @hetieshou We "talked" about this before. His parents have to bury him & it's the hardest thing for any parent. They have to be very strong to get through this. Mom knows best. His mom picked such a good picture of him here. I'm still angry that it seems like nothing is happening to the the production company so far. I hope his death is not in vain. I expect at least something positive comes out of this like there will be stricter rules for this kind of shows. Also they need to be held accountable if something happens. They need to have health professionals standby in case of emergency.
  • This is so sad and hope his family stays strong. His parents and brothers must be heartbroken and my deepest condolences and sympathies to them. They should remember Godfrey for how he lived not how he passed.
  • So happy for them and just more of a reminder that you can still have kids naturally and healthily even at 45-46. My aunt had her last kid at 46 and my cousin is perfectly healthy. Glad she was able to have a boy finally.
  • He seems like a decent guy. It is more than looks when it comes to anyone. Plus he is young and rich but Joe herself is not poor so I hope she is not just going for the money only. I have a feeling she values love more than money. The netizens are so nit picking. If all he does is like photos of models, I do not see anything wrong with that. I hope Joe has finally found happiness and will announce her marriage soon.
  • @hetieshou A foreign unknown girl vs famous actor in his homeland. If she report it to the police, her case might be buried. But if she make it big first on social media, people will pay attention. If the domestic violence case is true, his modus operandi seems to be foreign girl which might be perceived as having weaker standing. No family to help, language and cultural barrier as well as nationalism. In the case with his ex Japanese girlfriend, I saw many people defend him simply because the girl is Japanese
  • @hetieshou i think when it comes to domestic abuse, there's nothing wrong with broadcasting that information. it's a warning to other women. one-time occurrence might be iffy, but if it's more than once, then it's a pattern. and women out there should be notified and aware. if they still decide to stick to someone like this, no one can provide them sympathy, because they know what they're signing themselves up for.
  • @msxie0714 True but like JJ Wong said, why go to social media? Just go to the authorities to get help and get away from that loser. There is no use airing their dirty laundry in public as his reputation is already a mess. Doing that truly shows that she is not an angel either.
  • @hetieshou his reputation/career is already messed up with the abuse of the first girlfriend.
  • @wm2017 You truly wonder how true all of her claims are, especially the one with him being physically abusive with his own parents. If he abused her then she can complain about that but why bring his parents in and make him sound like a bad son? Also, she should just go to the authorities instead of complaining on social media. What good would that do besides mess up his reputation which reflects back at her character which reminds me of Vanness Wu’s ex wife.
  • @jjwong I agree and what is the point of going to social media? If this is true, she should go to the authorities and run for it. But I must say that some of her claims seem a bit exaggerated, especially the one with him getting physically abusive with his parents. If he abuses you you can complain about that but why bring his parents in like he is a bad son? Not trying to side with him but some of her claims are too outrageous and hard to believe.
  • @hetieshou It's never worth overworking oneself to death. Only the bosses will laugh all their way to the bank.
  • @foodie I agree and I think being legally married on paper is more important. I find it sad that many devalue marriage these days without realizing how important it is to be married legally on paper. There are many things that you cannot do in many situations if you are not legally married which can mean life and death in some cases. In some cases like signing important documents like health consent forms which make or break a life, you have to be legally married to your spouse on paper or else you would not be qualified to sign it. This is why the LBGT community fight so hard for the right to marry while Heterosexual couples take that already given right for granted. Just going through the ceremony is more for family customs, culture and to introduce your spouse to family and friends. But sadly it does not mean you are legally married.
  • @hetieshou Yap, in fact in a case of any separation, death of a party etc, without the official paper, this "marriage" is not valid in the the eyes of the law. And such cases will be dealt with as such. So Raymond and his wife is officially married. They have just not gone thru a traditional ceremony.
  • @hetieshou I'm sorry to hear that it was difficult for you to find quality medical care to treat your mom's illness. With the amount of information available online, it does make it a little easier for us to research medical facts and understand procedures, so we can make better informed decisions and sometimes question the medical recommendations given to us. It is mentally and emotionally exhausting to care for a family member struggling with illness, and to deal with the ups and downs that your mom must have had when she was ill. I can't imagine the void that you must feel at times when you do miss her, but I hope that each holiday reminds you of the loving family and friends you still have and to continue to make beautiful memories with them.
  • It is more than just the actors and actresses as there is more to any series rather than just the cast. TVB is cheap on the overall quality of the production and the staff like directors, producers, scriptwriters, etc... are not so great either. Many of the good ones have left to do movies, retired, or have gone to China and elsewhere. There is not just a lack of good actors and actresses but also staff and behind the scenes crew too. Tvb is sinking ship along with the rest of HK. So sad....
  • @xrc56 It is not just a Chinese thing,but it is like that in many Asian cultures. It is true that they do not consider a couple married if the official ceremony and banquet has not occurred yet. I have a cousin that held a ceremony and banquet so they are considered married by our family, but they are not legally married on paper which is important as well.
  • @dramas4me Really? Sadly doctors are not always correct. I learned that the hard way when my mom was in the hospital. I found a number of doctors so incompetent. It is sad how doctors and nurses get paid so well but yet know nothing at times. I encountered this one doctor that only cared for money. I find it so sad that money seems to take priority over everything these days. Compassion and kindness along with honesty seem to be long gone. But yes, they need to have at some kind of health professional around just in case anything happens.
  • @dramas4me Very sorry to hear about your loss and I know how it is as besides losing my brother and best friends, I lost both my parents too. It is hard but we must stay strong as they would not want us sad. Yes, it is a permanent scar that never goes away. My losses were all due to illness so I bet yours was harder as your son was a victim of a crime. But any lost is hard and I hope you stay strong. My mom lost her son who is the brother I mentioned and she never fully recovered until the day she passed.
  • @hetieshou I'm sorry to hear about your brother. I know the feeling and i can relate to it. I lost a child - he was a victim of crime. That scar will never go away.
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