• @jayne wow, never knew he came w/money? thought he was gold-digging w/the young heiress back then was to gold dig but he never had to? haha lol...
  • @m0m0 Joel comes from a wealthy family, so he doesn't have to worry about money. He was free to pursue acting as his interest. But his reputation was ruined after being with Florinda, so it certainly wasn't easy to return to TVB and face backlash from everyone. I think Joel has great screen presence; he can sit in a room in a scene and do nothing and he still draws attention. I like him as a villain more though.
  • @jayne Yeh. It’s strange. Not many leave TVB without some sort of a backup plan unless looking to slow down career...
  • Eric should have had a better plan before leaving TVB, thus he wouldn't have needed to sit around home jobless for two months. He should have reached out to his network to align upcoming jobs or sign with a suitable manager before leaving TVB. It sounds that he was fed up and determined to leave despite getting a more prominent role in "The Man That Kills Troubles".
  • @jayne @hetieshou I agree with jayne here. It's true that "She had the option to leave too if she was not getting what she wanted. Who told her to stay?" When it comes to relationship one needs to be able to "let go" when it's necessary, but not everyone can do that. The guys can get away with it more. Women's youth don't last very long. My rule of thumb is - five years are the limit. How many five years do we have in our lives - especially for women?
  • @hetieshou In a long-term relationship, it's easy to get comfortable. Since Cutie met Savio when she was so young, it was probably mutually agreed that they would focus on their careers first before marriage. But a couple of years go by and Cutie eventually changed her mind, it's hard to just walk out if the couple just can't agree on marriage. There's too much shared history to let go. With the prominence of celebrities getting pregnant first before marriage now, the baby influenced their decision to get married earlier. Otherwise, it's so comfortable to settle into a relationship and live together like a married couple without getting officially married.
  • @jayne Good points! It is like a queen and a king where the king may have many concubines, but the queen is still the highest ranking and has the official wife title no matter what.
  • @jayne Thanks for the extra info but like I have said, she should have just left him if he was not willing to marry her. She could have left him while still young and move on. If he did not want a future with her, then there was no point in her staying with him. I do not like it when some couples just date and date and not marry. I always valued marriage and feel sad that many these days are devaluing it without realizing how important it can be. There are many things that your significant other/partner are not qualified to do if they are not married to you. I agree that the cheating thing is most likely over exaggerated by the media. Like with Myolie and Bosco’s case. Everyone just assumed that Bosco cheated on Myolie but I doubt it as she still considers him a friend and even invited him to her wedding. I honestly doubt she would do those things if he did cheat. Same with Savio and Cutie’s case. Everyone assumes this and that but always puts the blame one person and not the other.
  • @joyce Heidi doesn't expect Alvin to be exclusive as long as she has a special status in his heart. They seem to place great importance on their past together which is why they're still married. Mandy is Alvin's most high-profile affair, but he had other flings before. https://www.jaynestars.com/news/alvin-chaus-wife-accepts-his-cheating-there-is-only-one-mrs-chau/
  • @hetieshou Cutie had wanted to get married, but Savio didn't. One year goes by and another. I think Cutie was probably 19 or early 20s when she had dated Savio....so she had invested many years in their relationship. But towards the end, Savio didn't want a future with Cutie. I think the media may have blown up his "cheating" on her at the time. Since Savio is still on good terms with Cutie's sister , producer Mui Siu Ching, I'm sure Savio and Cutie had reconciled their differences already. Neverthess, their breakup did cost Savio's career in HK. After this incident, his career spiraled downward. He was definitely very good looking in ATV dramas and his early TVB career. A talented actor too.
  • @jayne have yet to check out the first one. i loved the second one. it was so silly with them running around naked in ny and the homosexual innuendo between him and the irish dude.
  • @m0m0 If you enjoyed "Detective Chinatown 2," you'll probably like the first movie too. I found the first movie to be even funnier, especially with the dynamics at the police station. The story is set in Thailand so there are views of local streets.
  • @jayne - can you approve my posts? not sure why they're awaiting moderation. too many replies too soon?
  • When Ming Jai got ill, he was thirty-something. So he must have been in his early 20s when he started living together with Wong Hei. Still pretty young. I'm sure Wong Hei already regarded Ming Jai as his partner on a similar level as a spouse, since they were co-habiting for such a long time.
  • I like Billy too! Enjoy his sense of humor...hope to see Billy lead a series soon.
  • @jayne Wong Wai-sing is a MALE producer last time I checked so not sure why he is being referred to as “she” in every paragraph....to avoid confusion, can you have all the pronouns referring to him in this article changed back to “he” please? Thanks!
  • @m0m0 You can see "Detective Chinatown" at https://www.ondemandchina.com/movie/detective-chinatown/1?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhvb80YC65AIVhNXVCh0tHQqeEAEYASAAEgKsa_D_BwE The site also has lots of new streaming Chinese movies and dramas for free for US and Canada residents.
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