• @bubbles23 I think it was a typo. He is or was neighbours with Aaron Kwok inside a "luxury village".
  • @cutie777 I'd cut them some slack compared to other couples. IVF in US has better reputation and success rate compared to China/HK, if it's even legal in China. Other celeb couples conceived naturally but chose to give birth abroad for citizenship while priding themselves as Chinese patriots.
  • @mike I'm not digging it either but they did this sunglasses thing every season in the last episode where the whole crew gets called to a crime scene.
  • That video is actually their cover(?) of a popular video on douyin that many couples were doing. FYI, it seems many TVB artists, especially the Lo and Behold cast are creating douyin accounts. The drama has an official Tik Tok account as well as most of the younger cast. My douyin feed was flooded with their clips when they first joined.
  • @jaylee You may want to have your HK relatives check the ones they got through DHL too….those packages may have arrived safely, but whether they were tampered with or not is another story. One of my co-workers sent a box of face masks to his elderly parents in HK (he sent it through DHL and paid a premium rate for it), and it arrived safely all sealed and everything, but when they opened the inner boxes containing the masks, they found that each box was actually missing half the masks. My co-worker was the one who packed the masks into the box and he knows for a fact they were full when he sealed the box, so he thinks someone from the courier company must have taken them (though of course, he has no proof). People are getting desperate, since the shortages are everywhere now, it seems….I checked all of the local pharmacies and supermarkets in our area a couple days ago and couldn’t find a single face mask…most Americans don’t wear face masks, even in situations like these, so most likely Asians have been buying them up for themselves or for their relatives overseas….all the hospitals and clinics too are no longer putting face masks out on the counter as they used to because they said people have been taking stacks rather than one and depleting their supplies…
  • @llwy12 My relatives told me not to send parcels via local post or private Chinese carriers since there were cases of them being opened and taken. They also don't have private planes for shipment. I sent multiple packages this past week via DHL where the fees are pretty high but all the HK parcels arrived safely within a few days. The ones off to Guangzhou are taking much longer though. Hopefully, they arrive safely as well. Yeah, Guangzhou is quite like a ghost town. Some condominiums won't let residents leave if people don't have any masks. And buses will not stop to let you on if they see you without a mask. Major cities in China have police using drones to patrol and shoo off people outside without protection.
  • @jaylee I recall from LA Times about hordes of pregnant HKers flocking to LA Hospitals stirring up resentment of local patients. With the current chaotic situation, we'll probably see another mass exodus of HKers fleeing the chaos of their city.
  • @msxie0714 I'm not sure about the official stats but I find HKers go to Canada, UK and Australia more to give birth especially before 1997 as HK was still part of the Commonwealth back then. Then after 1997, even larger amounts of HKers fled to foreign countries to give birth since they were unsure of the political status .
  • @wm2017 well he is under YueHua Entertainment where they send their trainees to train in Korea...
  • @jaylee It's not even about the Sisley and Matt pairing so much, on their own, they are both lousy actors. Matt is the worst and the most inexcusable cause he's been in the industry for 20 years already and he still a stone face (zero expressions in his acting), yet he's leading. TVB is so garbage.
  • To be fair, Raymond Lam's drama is produced by EEG and some Chinese companies, not by Viu TV. I saw a rumor that TVB and EEG were negotiating for the broadcast rights, but it fell through. Hence, all the movie actors/actresses. Plus, it stars Louis Cheng whom I believe is still blocked by TVB. For those above complaining about Sisley and Matt pairing up together again... wait for Airport Security to come out. They're police in it AGAIN.
  • @megamiaow lol same. i don't like big age gap relationships. @jaylee - 22 and 15, which isn't a super big difference. i think 10 is already my limit, but since she doesn't care about digits, then what's the difference between 15 and 22 and 30?
  • @coralie Andy is 7 years older than Kenneth and 22 years older than Jacqueline. Kenneth is only 15 years older than JW
  • @jaylee Sounds like the friend tried his best to keep Andy and Jacqueline apart but failed. Even that guy knew what they were doing was wrong.
  • @jaylee thanks for the video recap and translation... I couldnt make out what they were saying. Btw , why was she speaking mostly English? Is she not a native Hong Konger?
  • @jaylee That's a lot! I saw the video but couldn't hear much. I did hear some friendly arguments and a lot of doot doot doot. Now I see. THese 2 wanna get rid of the friend for some me time at her house. Still convinced they were having an affair. Am disgusted.
  • @jaylee Yes, it doesn't seem like the first time for the pair of cheaters. In another news, it reminded her how firmly in the past that she said she is not interested being a 3rd party which is a complete joke now given this. Her career in TVB is over and done with. Those celebrities who hold press con when caught always end up crying but seriously, who really believe that. They will still continue to do what they shouldn't be doing if they aren't caught. They are crying because they are caught and are in deep trouble.
  • @maymay this definitely has been going on for a while
  • @jaylee Based on the footage, it isn't a one-time mistake. They were likely having an affair for some time. In the footage she said she loves him and wanted him for herself.
  • @funnlim not sure how much of the video you saw. The friend in the taxi with them tried doing something. When they got in the taxi, Andy was quick to tell the driver to go to the neighbourhood of his friend. Jacqueline also pointed to take their friend home first. The friend firmly said 唔得 /no, we have to take her home first. Then there were some cussing and arguing back and forth about who to take home first. Of course two versus one, the friend lost as Jacqueline didn't give her address out (she also pretended to go through her bag). Even as they were going to their friend's home, the friend asked many times where Jacqueline lives. When they arrived at their friend's place, he didn't want to get off, fully knowing what the two will do next. He even said 唔可以. Jacqueline pretty much shooed him out and Andy promised that the taxi will go to his place then her place and he would WhatsApp his friend as evidence. The friend asked again if Andy was sure he would follow through with his words. He pretty much gave up at that point and left. Then the taxi drove off again and at the same time, Andy and Jacqueline said 鯉魚門 where she lives and then all the kissing and groping begins.
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