• Well, I don't know anything about Louis Koo, but I hope this news is true! The growing elderly population across Asia is very vulnerable and often invisible to those of us with no elders or are too busy trying to "make it". I recently read that 1/3 of Hong Kong's elderly population are living in poverty for various reasons, and receive very little governmental, social, and familial support. So, I appreciate such endeavors by artistes to draw more attention to this issue.
  • @lyu310 I am in agreement with this. It's fine to educate oneself about nature vs nurture in regards to sexuality, but this way of explaining sexuality can be dangerous. If it is believed that one's environment influences or causes sexual identity, then the logical conclusion would be to try to influence the environment to "fix" homosexuality...which some ppl believe you can. I didn't wake up one day and decided that I want to be queer. It just never occurred to me that marriage was only between men and women. Also, I am not refuting that there are scientific studies that claim that homosexuality can be passed through one's lineage. I don't know about that really. What I do know is that there are families that will not allow their children to marry the one they love because the one they loves has a questionable family medical history i.e. homosexuality and mental illness. That is dangerous and unfortunate.
  • I've been following this on Dramafever. I've been dreading the the falling out of the couple. I don't think Wallace is bad, I just think the ladies are just doing an excellent job. The relationships between the women are so varying and profound that they eclipse the relationship between Qianlong and his wives. Acknowledging that he's a monarch, it's kind of of hard to be sympathetic towards the Emperor. He's looking for someone (mainly Ruyi) to love him unconditionally and be unchanging, yet he himself changes over the course of his reign (towards paranoia). I wouldn't say the show is exciting, but you get invested in the characters. Their characterizations are quite realistic and down to earth.
  • @iampheng haha how fast they jump to conclusions and subsequently change tunes. Seems like China's got its own Weinstein case
  • @lynn90 haha, yeah. i don't actually watch any of her shows cause her characters aren't that interesting. But then her real persona is much more interesting to follow.
  • @kmfayb I agree. I'm not a huge fan on reading about somebody's peeing posture either. With that said, I just don't agree with ppl being shocked and policing what women should do or not do in public.
  • @iampheng thank you. Good to see someone on here that doesn't use Google translate to voice their outdated arguments
  • @kmfayb We know it because we read it in the article. I wasn't taking shots at you (but clearly you were at me), but if you wanna own it, then go ahead. Also, you don't know me, so please don't try to assume anything about me. I can clarify that if I want to start something, I would have just responded directly to you. My comment was made in support of @sarahh. Thanks for responding directly to me.
  • @iampheng Lol..I know...Damn she sure doesn't sound sane after breaking up w/that ex. I mean good thing she's happy but sharing bathroom habits on social media? What is she the Asian Kardashians? She will be posting bathroom selfies soon. haha LOL
  • @iampheng you contradict yourself. If we know what the dirtbag has done in the past, obviously the women knew too. They should have respect for themselves, and the sanctity of marriage and told him to piss off. I did not excuse his behaviour, if you are taking shots at me, you need to read my comments carefully. Both Wu Xiubo and these women ate guilty. Don't start something out of lack of being able to comprehend, it does not become you.
  • I wonder if ppl will come defend him with a "tender age is no excuse" and "those girls should've known better." If allegations are true, this individual is trash. And I had no idea Cosby was in jail...
  • What's the problem? Is it because now ppl know she's having sex with her bf?
  • Dear @sarahh You are absolutely correct. People always say it takes two to tango, and then blame the women involved. Nobody thinks it's the man's job to regulate his own behavior at all. He's not taking responsibility for the affairs, not taking responsibility for his wife, and not taking responsibility for his children. Why aren't we also criticizing this man who's failing to act like a grown ass adult, like a human being? Some of us are even rationalizing his behavior and jumping to conclusions about what the women were thinking. We obviously know what the man has done in the past: he can't say no. Trash.
  • @iampheng Ps..ps..Zheng Shuang right? Yes it does to me. It was the voice that dubbed her in Yunxi that made her pretty and bearable.
  • Hahaha yeah...I'd say she looks good cause she's thin. She looks like she has great legs too! People have different preferences for what they find attractive, so I can see how she'd be admired for being thin in Asia.
  • I thought Ju Jingyi was cute in "The Legend of Yunxi"...partly because of her chemistry with Zhang Zhehan. But honestly, she has that kind of withdrawn face of someone who is too thin and mostly skin and bones. Michelle Chen has a cute round face, but that doesn't really fit Little Dragon Girl. Alas, I agree that Crystal Liu really looked the role. Among the young actresses (early to mid 20s)...I know that there are a lot of cute and pretty faces, but I can't name one that has the gravitas for Little Dragon Girl off the top of my head.
  • @iampheng Me too....haha I never knew this guy actually really dated anyone hahahaa
  • ...this entire time I thought the rumors of him and Nancy were just rumors lol. Happy for Kenneth! I thought the women in of this cast were particularly amazing.
  • @iampheng well said. It is great when when fathers get involved in a pregnancy as the father helped to create that baby. The mother is the one who has the burden of swollen ankles, morning sickness, bloating from extra weight mood swings, and exposing herself to a lot of health risks during pregnancy. Some women even go through a life or death toss up during very high risk pregnancies. Yes, I agree with you when you said pregnancy isn't only a woman's concern. Yan Yukuan is a gem of a man and husband.
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