• I’m loving this drama. Dicky is hilarious. Glad he came back to film this drama.
  • I like Mandy as Linda Lung. I think she has been under-utilized. She’s a pretty good actress but always stuck in minor roles. I hope she gets bigger roles moving forward.
  • @kokomo yes let's hope...I have my fingers, toes and every thing else crossed for them.
  • It’s hard to tell from the ultrasound but hopefully the daughter resembles Leanne more instead of Cho Lam.
  • I really admire her hard work and intelligence. She was working at TVB while obtaining her law degree. That’s not an easy feat. Good for her. It is always good to have a backup plan as you never know what to expect in the entertainment industry.
  • @kokomo It actually makes sense for TVB to minimize Malaysia and Singapore awards. Don’t be surprised if next year there’s no Malaysia or Singapore anything at all, as the rumor has been out there for at least a year now that TVB is planning on pulling out of the international market completely and focus entirely on Mainland market. Sure, management has continued to deny it, but it certainly doesn’t help their case when they’ve made so many changes this year that support this rumor (ie: dismantling their international arm and laying off those staff, cancelling Malaysia and Singapore award shows, pulling out of broadcast bidding contention for all international sports events such as World Cup and Olympics, etc). The big stars didn’t show up because most aren’t going to bother giving TVB the time of day anymore, especially when TVB is no longer the “only option” out there as well as them becoming less and less relevant (both in HK and abroad). More and more, TVB has been showing that they are perfectly happy with “playing the game” their own way and shutting out everyone who doesn’t agree with them or their rules...nowadays, it’s all about what management thinks will help them continue to expand their Mainland footprint and to hell with what everyone else thinks/says...
  • @diana80 I agree with you. Mandy’s win is deserving but not for Ben yet. I was hoping Kenneth Ma would win. He’s always the contender but never the winner. I hope he wins the TVB BA award next month.
  • I think this year’s anniversary gala is quite good compared to the others in recent years. I enjoyed most of the segments. They’re not perfect but it was interesting and a joy to watch. I actually appreciate that TVB is utilizing and showcasing some of the newer and not so famous actors and actresses. It gives them an opportunity to showcase themselves like the orchestra segment was really good in my opinion. I can understand why sometimes the big stars are not performing at the event. I think they may be too busy with filming and other events that they don’t have enough time to rehearse for the show. Some of them probably didn’t show up due to their busy filming schedule. The part that I actually hated most was Ekin’s singing. He’s never been good at singing so I’m surprised TVB asked him to come be the guest singer. He was off key and has no ‘air’ when sining. Horrible performance. I agree that the Singapore/Malaysia awards should not be at this event. They should really present them at the TVB anniversary awards show. It minimizes the significance of these 2 awards. Hopefully TVB can consider that for next year.
  • Mandy all the way for me. She deserves it with her great performance in ‘Threesome’.
  • @kokomo I have a feeling he will if he gets bored. Many celebrities have emerged from retirement to act occasionally.
  • @mike hopefully he does come back to TVB every now and then to do a drama. Benz is a great actor. We’ll miss him on the screen.
  • @peanutbutterjelly - I can understand where you are coming from as we do always want to give respect to the deceased. However, I don’t see this article as a disrespect or out of line to Yammie’s death. As Jayne as mentioned at the top, it is just a informative report that is just shedding light on her past relationships. And there were no negative meaning to it; although I do believe that the title of the article could change to be less negative.
  • @kokomo There was also Golden Harvest co-founder Raymond Chow, who died on Friday (HK time) -- 3 major deaths in less than a week, and if we count Elliot Ngok as well, that's 4 deaths in less than a month....really sad. Definitely sad time for the HK entertainment industry right now... I also hope that Yammie has found her peace now after suffering so much tragedy. She was one of those rare artists who had both talent and beauty! May she rest in peace....
  • @kokomo Exactly! This year seems to be a dark and depressing year. First it was Elliot, Jin Yong and now Yammie too. I was in shock when I saw news of her death. I just cannot believe it. Her life was so sad and tragic and she passed all alone too. I wonder that if her friend did not visit her, would anyone even discover that she has passed? We all may die alone one day without anyone knowing. Very sad and depressing. But I hope she is at peace now and is no longer suffering and is in a better place now. She was such a beauty and was talented too but had such a sad life. Maybe it is all fate? Fate and life are sadly not fair.
  • Wow. I’m so shocked and saddened by this sudden news. There has just been too many deaths in the last couple of weeks. First it’s Elliot Ngok, then Jin Yong, and now Yammie. Yammie was such a beauty, and she was a great actress. Unfortunately, she has to experience so much hardship and tragedy in her life. Now her life ended so early. RIP Yammie. You will be missed.
  • @dramafan Yes, I do agree that it does fall back on their government and what it can do to help these girls, but unfortunately their government is corrupt. Such sad situation.
  • @kokomo yes, i totally agree with everything you have said. But do believe the parents don't actually enjoy and like what they do. But more a way of survival. It is intergenerational and the parents are doing what their parents had done. They may not know any different. If i sell off one child, i can give food for our family of 5 for the next few days. Wrong of course!! But rather than condemning the parents, we need to look at the people who are controlling those countries. They are responsible for allowing this to happen. For us who live in developed countries, we can't understand or believe this. For me it's the bigger picture, the government in power and what they are doing for their people? Are they rolling riches, yet their citizens are begging in the streets or selling off their children? Very, very sad situation.
  • It breaks my heart to know that there are so many parts of the world that exploit girls as young as 2 into sexual slavery ans sold into brothels, what make it even more disgusting is that their own parents actually are happy and look forward to sell them out. And these young girls are so helpless and can’t fight back because they are so young and have no voice. I hope society as a whole can stand up for these girls and stop this practice.
  • I’m actually really liking this drama a lot so far. The theme of paramedics is new and fresh. Hope this drama continues to do well.
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