• @khuekhueloves Really? What do you do in a salon? I am very low maintenance so do not do those things. I feel you either have certain things or you just don’t and spending big amounts of money may enhance certain things but will not change what you do not have in terms of beauty or whatever. My late mom was anti make up and all so I was influenced by her.
  • @hetieshou maybe you're right, as I often go to beauty salon, well a few times a month, people around me are the same so I see this as a normal thing.
  • @khuekhueloves Depends on the person as I never go to a beauty salon. I only go to get a hair cut every now and then but that is it. I think either you have it or you don’t as it seems like the more you do the worse it gets.
  • Is't going to a beauty salon normal thing for girls/women? Not to mention she's a celebrity, the face is sooooo important, a skincare treatment is a must. Not sure why some people said she was in for a PS
  • The "staying in the same hotel overnight" picture was actually photoshoped. The picture of Yang Mi was taken in November, WDX's was December, How could it be a proof for their dating? From the begining to the end, Yang Mi never said anything, just like her attitude toward her rumor all those years. She never said she was dating, it just blogger made thing up all a long
  • Frank (the one with Yang Mi in Milan) actually is not the Tibet guy in those photos
  • I hope it will be Hawick Lau. However, the one mentioned should be kinda important to Jay Walk, and Hawick is totally not.
  • @khuekhueloves I get it…yes, it was a mistake and sure, Versace should be called out on it….not disputing that fact at all. And yes, they should fix the mistake, especially if they are intending to sell the product (which they already did fix it from what’s i read). The part that I feel is overboard is to say that by making a mistake on their T-shirt design, Versace is “undermining China’s sovereignty” and therefore their apology should not be accepted (which is essentially what the government’s mouthpiece via their media is saying). To say that Versace’s designers were “ignorant” – yes, of course, because they were….we can even say they were being “culturally insensitive” if we want to go there…but to politicize it by saying they are “undermining China’s sovereignty”….really? Does the opinion of some Italian fashion designer really matter that much?
  • @llwy12 thank for explaining. I think the case of your co-worker and boss is understandable - I get it now - but if a big brand makes it in their products (like Versace did) and sells them all over - again, with my Hawaii and US example - will American people and the the Authority brush it off like it was nothing? Well I'm not even Chinese, I just think businesses should respect other countries and invest in more research to get the right fact.
  • @khuekhueloves He would react the same way — which is, brush it off as an honest mistake....because at the end of the day, that’s what it was. And that’s exactly my point — when someone makes the mistake of referring to HK or Macau as a country, why do Mainlanders always have to see it as a deliberate assault to China’s sovereignty rather than as the honest mistake that it usually is? People’s Daily actually published an article claiming that through their actions, Versace is supporting HK and Macau independence and therefore their apology shouldn’t be accepted — even though technically Versace did more than just apologize, they also destroyed all the existing inventory that had this “mistake” on it, which if anyone knows anything about running a business, is a costly move that will no doubt affect their bottom line, which means it will also impact them financially....so it’s not like they aren’t already paying for their “honest mistake”... In terms of the U.S. and my comment above...to be honest, no one over here really cares if someone were to call one of the states (in your example, Hawaii) a country — the most people over here would do is probably laugh at the person for being ignorant....they definitely wouldn’t look at it as “an assault to our national pride” (as China does with its territories). Case in point — our legislature over here in California has been pushing for the state’s secession from the U.S. for at least a decade already (with the “urgency” ramped up since Trump became President) and you know what Washington’s (federal government’s) take on this is? California is welcome to secede as long as they follow the process of getting enough signatures to get the motion on the ballot and its citizens vote to do so...of course, whether California would be able to sustain itself economically as its own country is a whole other story, but the fact of the matter is the federal government won’t / can’t stand in the way if the people vote for it to happen....
  • @llwy12 I'm not sure I understand your comment 100% but I feel that your co-worker and boss are both American (I suppose) then it's ok for this mistake but Versace is a big brand which makes profit by selling their products all around the world, they should not make a mistake like this (HK is indeed a part of China) - I read somewhere Capri wants to expend the market in China. I wonder If your co-worker stated Hawaii as a country (not a part of the US) then how your boss would react?
  • @khuekhueloves yes, you’re right. It shows how inaccurate some news are.
  • That photo of Yang Mi was actually in May or June last year, not recent. Yang Mi's public appearance after announcing her divorce was at the 5th award ceremony of the Actors of China
  • @lovepeace123 I don't really understand why a mother have to slow down or even sacrifice her career for her baby. I believe that a mother spends less time with her child does not mean she not love her child (and we don't even know if "Yang Mi only spent 37 days with her child" is true or not). I'm an only child, both my parents love me and love each other very much. When I was around 2 years old, my mom went to study aboard for 3 or 4 years, she chose to go and my dad respect her choice. I did not feel lack of love from my mother during my childhood, though I only got to be with her several days a year and I grew up just fine. Yang Mi and her child could be like my mom and me.
  • @khuekhueloves I am not YM's hater. I just cannot understand how a mum can spend only 37 days with her innocent kid in 3 years. It shows the condition of her heart. I don't find YM's acting to be as good as Zhang Ziyi but amazingly she is so popular and rich. But rich at the expense of her kid's time with her.
  • @lovepeace123 I know that you are Hawick's fan/Yang Mi's hater =))
  • @gunit101 No, of course. Are we living in the Feudalistic society? The wife stays at home taking care of the kids and the husband works to bring money home. It's totally ok by me if the husband or wife choose to stay at home and other brings home the bacon as long as the income is enough for the whole family's expense. Apply to situation of Yang Mi and Hawick, he does not complain, why other people make a big fuss?
  • @khuekhueloves that’s not why I meant but I understand what you’re saying.
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