• @jayne I doubt that announcing your pregnancy within the first trimester is why this happened. My sister in laws told us right away and all of my nephews are fine. Stefanie Sun announced her first pregnancy right away and her son is fine. I think that is just an old superstition. I know it must be hard to let go of her baby and she will remember him/her for the rest of her life. My late mother had 5 miscarriages in her life and she never forgot my siblings that never made it. She always made offerings to them and prayed for their well being even though they never fully formed into a human form. The love of a good mother is truly boundless. Barbie is lucky to have the support and love of those around her because not everyone has that.
  • @jayne I agree. The hotel-esque decor seems so cold and not homely. Also the comment about her only buying a few pairs of shoes and giving the rest away in 2 yrs dont seem to match the picture....
  • @jayne Really frightening to suddenly not have control of your own body. Clearly know that you are awake but can't physically move. It definitely isn't a dream too because the mind seems clear...
  • @jimmyszeto i’ve also had this paralyzing experience a few times in the middle of the night. Very frightening... and very hard to go back to sleep afterward.
  • The fetus suddenly stopping development is quite common within the first trimester, which is why many women choose to announce their pregnancy after the first 12 weeks are past. As a mom, it is always hard to let go of her own baby, even if the pregnancy lasted for only a few weeks. But Barbie seems to handle herself well given the circumstances, by cherishing the love around her.
  • @coralie Rosamund's home seems very cold; the bedroom resembles a hotel room and the living room a hotel lobby. The lines are very clean, to the point that doesn't feel like a home. I actually thought Richard Li's girlfriend Karmen Kwok's home with the rooftop swimming pool is nicer. Can go outside for fresh air, get tan, and swim in privacy. :) https://www.jaynestars.com/news/why-billionare-richard-li-loves-plain-jane-karmen-kwok/
  • @anon "Most of the TVB series churning out these days are worse than a high school play. It’s pretty freakin sad." TVB doesn't really seem to inject a lot of resources to produce high quality series. Its strategy in recent months seems to be just buy productions produced outside. It is a less risky move to buy critically acclaimed Mainland series or air other Hong Kong web series produced by Shaw Brothers. I suspect its strategy for 2018 will remain the same. TVB will continue to produce some series to meet local HK viewers' preferences, but it is not about to put a lot of cash behind its series. It seems happy to just cast amateur actors and produce B-grade or subpar dramas to fill its time slots.
  • @jayne oh wow I didn’t know he’s mix or dated Myolie before. He doesn’t even looks mix with Italian. Lol. I thought he looked more like Japanese. Thanks for your reply.
  • @jayne LOL…I see…though it’s no wonder that TVB would want to have their stuff air on Internet platform instead of regular television….2.1 billion views sounds way more impressive than say, 30 points average ratings….plus I’m assuming very few people will actually try to break down the calculation to see if it makes sense (yes, I’m weird that way)….most audiences will probably just take the number given and run with it without questioning
  • @cutie777 "Yes feel sorry for Margaret Chung especially Joey cheated on her after so many together and I wonder is her husband chinese? The name doesn’t sound like one?" It may be a good thing that Joey cheated on Margaret while they were dating instead of after marriage. So she can move on and find a better man. Nardone Ruggero is an IT professional. He is half Chinese, half Italian, and was Myolie Wu's ex-boyfriend. They dated before Myolie competed in Miss Hong Kong pageant. I think they were together for approximately 4 years. After Myolie broke up with Nardone, she dated Bosco Wong.
  • @llwy12 I think the 2.1 billion views mean total views for the 23 episodes so far, so each episode got approximately 91 million views. This doesn't mean unique viewers...they are just measuring the total views, similar to YouTube. So if a viewer watches half an episode and goes back online to watch again later, it may count as 2 views for that episode. "Flying Tiger" is also popular with the overseas Chinese population. But of course, Shaw Brothers produced "Flying Tiger" with Mainland audiences in mind, due to the huge population. I think HK web dramas will be the next big wave as they have higher budgets than TVB dramas. TVB is airing more ouside productions now, with HK web dramas, Mainland Chinese, and Korean dramas. Which means its own TVB studio productions may be just to fill up the air slots.
  • @jayne I totally agree that what Aaron said about Lynn was very insulting. She is such a classy lady. Those words were not said out of heat of the moment anger, but were said to deliberately hurt Lynn. Why?.....this statement was made during an interview, after the breakup, which had already happened for quite some time, not during an argument between Aaron and Lynn. Anyways, looks like she found her Mr right and now has a beautiful little family.
  • @jayne But in some ways, although it's clearly wrong of Aaron to use such verbiage, he was lashing out. It's clear he's bitter about the breakup and he's not emotionally equipped enough to be a better man. Not trying to excuse his behavior, but sometimes people say the wrong things when angry. But I'm sure Lynn isn't upset about this now. She's found a much better fit for her.
  • I think the HK film industry may be a good market for Fala. Casting in Hollywood film roles seems to be based on artistes’ ability to draw Mainland box office sales. Fala had some popularity in China as a TVB artiste, but that slipped away during her four years at Julliard. New Mainland dramas seem to prefer casting their own Mainland artistes in leads. Many Hong Kong artistes have been playing supporting roles in bigger productions. When they lead, the dramas may be smaller or less successful projects.
  • Ken Kwok sounds like such a good husband! Much better than Aaron Kwok, who likened Lynn to a pair of “bad fitting shoes” when they broke up. So insulting!
  • @jayne :( I just hope her eyes watching Andi is for reassuring and not out of fear (I.e. being abused).
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