• @coralie btw super freaking cool how the show portrayed Moses as such a cool assassin. Seriously felt like he was a robot. The precision is intense. Also @jayne, when will we be able to edit?
  • meant to say *not appealing* @jayne I can't edit comments.
  • @jayne thanks. It's not produced by Viu though is it?
  • @coralie I agree that Song Joong Ki's body is too muscular for his baby face. I also find when a man's chest sticks out too much (as in Song Joong Ki's case), it's can be distracting. Defined is good, but too bulky becomes disproportionate. Park Seo Joon's shape is good.
  • @jayne You are right and if Hk can cater to the international audience then they have a chance to remaining relevant in the long term. It is sad thar the Chinese government has so many restrictions which will stop the creativity and expansion to the international community. Time will tell how the HK movie and drama industry will do. With TVB,they are truly going downhill. I miss the good old days which are gone. They do not want to invest in anything and go cheap on everything hoping to profit more. They make too many modern series but do not to invest in any good ancient and wuxia series. I guess they still cannot compare to China productions with a big budgets and all.
  • @cutie777 As Linda grew up in a modest family, she always gave the impression that she values money as it doesn't come easily. She was never one to spend lots of money on designer labels. Even her wedding in Canada was kept relatively simple, and she rented gowns for the wedding instead of splurging. Linda's husband, Jeremy Leung, is the nephew of former TVB executive, Norman Leung, and also has his own chiropractor clinic in Vancouver. However, Linda is also worth millions so perhaps her wealth is on par with her husband's net worth. Without her first pregnancy, Linda probably would not have gotten married so soon and taken such a long acting hiatus. While she is a dedicated mom, she did stop acting suddenly so it is understandable she still wants to stay relevant by acting in a TVB drama. Then she can continue to maintain her popularity and earn income through less strenuous means such as ads and endorsements.
  • @hetieshou If Hong Kong can produce dramas with a greater international audience in mind, it will have a greater chance of long-term relevancy. Netflix offers a worldwide platform that allows Hong Kong to broadcast its dramas beyond its traditional markets. TVB won't fold, but the station still produces smaller, low budget dramas for its local market. There are a few dedicated productions, such as the upcoming "Big White Duel 2" and "Children's Hospital" with bigger casts which has a larger market in mind, such as China and Southeast Asia. But they are still not produced with a larger international market with streaming platforms such as Netflix in mind. I think smaller stations such as ViuTV can leap forward in the international market by exploring edgier content. However, with increasing censorship from the Chinese government in the near future, this will limit content creativity. Operating under these restrictions will make it harder, but not impossible for Hong Kong productions to increase its international exposure if it is willing to continue to innovate.
  • @jayne Im glad he was able to do this before her passing. He might not like settling down but his filiality was well known.
  • @jayne I know it was his mom’s wish but he also knew he is no longer young so had to settle down sooner or later if he really wanted a family. As we can see, Bosco loves his mom dearly too and maybe he will change for his mom too or a few years down the line, he may realize he needs to change if he wants to start a family.
  • @jesspepperwang " His 3 criteria cannot be fulfilled by a girlfriend or wife, but they are perfectly okay for something less serious or not serious at all?" Maybe that's why Bosco insists that he's only friends with Rose Chan. They seem to be beyond friends, but maybe not in an exclusive and committed relationship yet. As long as the women he is involved with understand that, then it's not hurting anyone.
  • @hetieshou It was also Aaron Kwok's mom's greatest wish to see him get married and become a father. Perhaps that's why he agreed to get married after Moka became pregnant. Aaron changed because of his love for his mom largely, but he is still willing to change himself for the love of his family and allegedly doesn't go out and party as much after the birth of his daughters.
  • @bubbles23 Andrew took his stepfather Pong Kit's last name.
  • @jayne I forgot that that scam took place years ago. Wow, they are taking their sweet old time. I have a feeling that he will not get his money back or all of it, but hopefully he can convict those scammers so they cannot scam others. They need to be punished too. I heard about Yuen Wah who is even older than Evergreen have to work so hard for so little money. I have gotten into a Kpop a bit lately and realize it is the same way. They can train for years and not even debut so making big bucks is an even bigger dream. It is sad but kind of expected especially if they work for TVB who is very cheap and pay as little as possible.
  • @jayne Yeh. You would think that 4 million is not a lot For a celebrity and it would have been settled years ago instead of dragging out affecting Evergreen’s reputation and career.
  • @pompidur Roxanne seems really into Kenneth by the way she answered reporters' questions. It's a big commitment to say she wants a "lifetime" with him so early on in the relationship. I'm eager to see how their relationship continues to unfold, as Kenneth really deserves to find happiness after last year's cheating scandal.
  • @hetieshou Since the iPhone scam took place in 2014 and Evergreen is only now attending the court hearings...the proceedings seem very slow. Even if he can prove the other party guilty, Evergreen may not be able to recover the entire HK$4 million he lost. I always find it unbelievable that well known actors such as Evergreen Mak, who has worked in the industry for over 30+ years, get paid so little money. At the start of their acting careers, it is understandable that it's a low-paid profession, but it is very discouraging to be famous years later but still financially unstable.
  • @cutie777 Yes Ai Wai is also known as Wilson Tsui
  • @jayne That is true as he just lost a really big amount of money due to that scam. I feel bad for him as I got scammed recently too but my amount is nothing compared to what he lost. They actually took that case to court? Will he get his money back? I have a feeling ViuTV does not pay much and he does not get paid much and his wife does not work. I wished he would let his wife work and do not get why he does not let his wife work. It is hard to live on one income.
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