• @jesspepperwang Sexual harassment exists in the workplace, so this shouldnt be any different. So messed up how people are victim blaming women for speaking up.
  • I personally feel like she used an extreme, but not necessarily wrong approach. Assumption : she probably expressed her discomfort with him previously. Assumption: he didn't listen. Assumption: the directors like most of the industry are sexist. There's a previous article that Tony admitted to asking he director to add intimate scenes AND the director agreed. NEITHER consulted with Rebecca. Ewww. https://38jiejie.com/2019/12/21/rebecca-zhu-complains-about-tony-hung-improvising-too-many-sudden-intimate-scenes/ I feel like she's not dumb about it. She either has someone really strong backing her OR she just got fed up and are gonna get all the #metoo supporters under her belt and TVB is gonna look bad if they punish her for doing this. BUT does a woman have the right to protect her body? Against standards that are already skewed in a man's favor? HELL yes.
  • @wm2017 I think most people just have to understand one thing: do NOT use the exception to make the rule. Rule is if someone has a 20 year age gap with you regardless if it is younger or older or male or female, there WILL be more than just communication issues. Communication is a skillset. How you view and value life is a mindset. I believe exceptional cases are Kevin Cheng and Grace, Donnie Yen and Cecilia Wang, and more, but let's not forget one thing: these guys were nice(r) guys to start with and had enough past relationship experience where they fucked up enough to learn. On the horizon to falling apart or already has: Benjamin Yuen and Bowie Cheung (10 year) plus Kenneth Ma and Jacqueline Wang (15 year age gap) --we all know how this ended.
  • Before we all start assuming, she's simply back in a city where she started her career and made the most money and where her whole family lives. Re cheating, it is a deal breaker for me. However, I don't think Kenneth is a victim. He chose her because she is young, flirty, and somewhat attractive according to some HK standards(?) He is filial, traditional, and introverted. Opposites attract, but they don't bond. Kenneth better learn this. Quick. He is 45 and JW is 30. He was right when he said "She still has a lot to learn." I do believe people change and they learn from their mistakes. When you fuck up this badly and if you are self-reflective person, you will rise above even your old self. Kenneth does NOT have to accept JW 2.0. Not just because he is set in his ways as a momma's boy, but because trust is gone once it's broken. JW 2.0 will probably be a better partner in her 30s and meet the right one then. You don't meet the right person at the wrong time. Even though you dated someone for a long time it doesn't mean you will marry them. Kenneth 1.0 is the wrong person for JW 1.0. Kenneth 1.0 will be the right person for somebody else's 1.0 or 2.0 who might or might not have cheated but definitely NOT on him. So this vindictive circle of romanticization, tradition, slut shamming, and victimizing has to STOP.
  • @jesspepperwang But if she can make her own money then why have that mindset? Unless she is hoping for him to make the money while she sits back and enjoys...
  • @jjwong Not superficial, but pragmatic. "He must have the desire and discipline" is what "ability" means. If she was superficial, she wouldn't be single and still working at 38.
  • Heartbreaking for the family. This show shall either get sued or pulled off the air.
  • In ranked order: Rebecca Zhu + Shiga Lin (the red bows) tie 1st Mandy Wong (but the make up missed the mark) 2nd Kelly Cheung (something went wrong and I don't know what) 3rd
  • @hetieshou Except we don't live in a monarchy anymore so there are no kings or queens. Alvin is a sociopath and narcissistic asshole by today's standards... She took trash back and that's okay because love is not logical. She's shiny on the outside but toxic on the inside. He's toxic on the outside and inside. There is overlap...OUCH. I am harsh #sorrynotsorry
  • @jesspepperwang The choice of word may be controversial but then again, it might not be too far from the truth either.
  • @jesspepperwang totally agree. in fact the line 'Carina’s obedience and quick assimilation into Raymond’s family' is very mean and tactless. how would Carina's family feel if they read such things?
  • @jesspepperwang Yup, not to mention if he wants kids he gotta marry a younger woman? If he dates his own age, how likely can he pop those kids out? It's reality. haha lol.... Very observant on the HK/K and mainland/C. One is way too young as I always say not everyone is like Jay Chou's wife who wanted to pop out kids b4 25. HK/K didn't seem ready to be a wife for one as she always stressed to reporters she was still very young which she was and she didn't sound overly expressive either unlike Raymond Lam when they were being asked about their dating life. She seemed the more matured one to me even thou she was much younger than RL at the time. I can't say she's 100% gold-digging either not saying she's not materialistic thou but if she's purely gold digging probably wouldn't mind being his wife before this one. Pretty sure she had her chance given she spent 5 years w/the dude. I personally think HK/K is prettier even thou she's skinny as heck. This one I don't find her attractive at all. lol
  • I personally think any Mainland girl who is significantly younger than Raymond would have worked given his vulnerability and neediness after his breakup with a teenager, whom he dated for 5 years. HK Karena is outspoken/Westernized, likes to go out to eat/luxury labels, and is not the stay-at-home type. I absolutely don't think she's a gold digger, but just not the right girl to wife up for Raymond. Raymond has been raised by an alpha Chinese mainlander father who is extremely wealthy, so a more simple-minded/obedient mainlander girl will be a much better fit. Raymond is 40 and he's dating girls 10 years his junior so that should be telling of his maturity level and needy nature....
  • "With Raymond finally getting married, the couple’s quick progress was in part due to Carina’s obedience and quick assimilation into Raymond’s family." Obedience? Is she a dog?
  • I am not sure there's a "perfect" time to get married. I am not even sure there's a "right" time, but there's definitely a wrong time. Wrong time examples include right after breaking up with somebody else and shortly after meeting someone new and those are not mutually exclusive. Also, you probably shouldn't get married if you don't have a stable job yet. Not a fancy job or anything like that. By the sounds of it, Mandy has had time to get to know her partner and has a stable job, so probably she's just really comfortable with status quo. It's only a red flag if you dated for over 2 years and you are already past your 30s and you have no consensus.
  • The biggest problem with the Asian culture: a girl is innocent or has a "jade girl" look but if she is caught living with her boyfriend or walking around in a bikini, she's now tarnished and no longer pure. NO ONE is pure but also NO ONE is a whore either. It's simply 2019. Get over yourselves!
  • @jesspepperwang oops haha. Yes, I meant Kelly the second runner up. And yes, Carmaney was definitely just steady throughout, nothing special. LOL I am not sure how #10 with measurements like 27" and 38" would have won. Her face is okay but her body proportions aren't enough to make up for winning a pageant.
  • @jesspepperwang I meant to say Katy Yeung is easy on the eyes, cute, and (the) tall(est), but not talented (weak ribbon dance) or witty enough. She even said her body figure doesn’t stand out. Kayan Choi to me is a solid contestant. She's on par with Fefe Tse #10.
  • @jesspepperwang "How do you take care of your ankles?" LOL.. was that actually one of the questions that were asked? I mean, I've always known these pageants to be a joke, but it's much worse than I'd thought. Not sure that there is even an 'intelligent' way to answer that... ask stupid questions, get stupid answers.
  • @bubbles23 #10 is Fefe BTW. Kelly Gu deserved second runner up if not more, but someone was mean with her hair. She's actually the most natural one Fei Wong is just hard to have as first runner up because she did so well in everything, but she was missing luck and that "spark." Carmaney Wong is what I would call a "shoe in" at this point. She does have the height and physique, but her answers weren't clever. She answered them well and as expected. A little boring in my humble opinion. How do you take care of your ankles? "I brush the dead skin and apply masks." If the contest wasn't based on looks, #10 would have been the winner. She has the height (she is as tall as Kayan) and talent (did you hear her sing?) but like she even said herself "big boned and not feminine enough." I find her elegant and damn, those straight white teeth. Kayan is easy on the eyes, cute, and (the) tall(est), but not talented or witty enough. She even said her body figure doesn't stand out.
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