• She looks exactly the same in every old photo (except with baby fat), which is so reassuring in this climate of “nowadays plastic surgery is common”
  • @linda Very true. At first, I thought if she was trained by Julliard, hopefully that means she's going to really impress me. But on the other hand, getting into and being trained by Julliard doesn't guarantee that her skills are Oscar-level. At most it just tells us her skills are sufficient. Not sure if you watch the show Super Vocals, but one of the contestants on it graduated from Julliard (for singing), and as a result, everyone had high expectations of him. He still gave decent performances, but as another contestant put it, "he graduated from Julliard, but didn't live up to the name." It was harsh, but true. A lot of the stronger competitors never went to Julliard's but they were much more amazing. Prestigious titles don't mean her acting skills are great; we can expect decent performance, but it's no guarantee, as with everything in life.
  • @linda I don't like her acting when she was with TVB either, but her acting must've improved in the past 4 years that she's good enough to be casted in a Hollywood TV series. I am sure she's better than any actor at TVB right now so I am cautiously optimistic that she will, at the very least, not disappoint.
  • To be honest, none of her acting has impressed me all these years. Even her last TV series, Sound of the Desert. It's one thing to be privileged enough to be able to attend Julliard, especially with her US citizenship, but just because she has this extremely prestigious academic credentials isn't going to automatically change what I think of her acting She just wasn't good. I do like her though
  • @linda but I was watching the show with my family on our big TV, and bigger screens make "already good-looking" people look WAY better!
  • I saw her in "Yan Yuan De Dan Sheng" and thought that she was the most good-looking Chinese lady I have ever seen!
  • Joyce Tang was my favourite female character in the TV series! SO glad they casted her!
  • Mandy Wong is pretty and can act. I would prefer her the most out of the three!
  • @linda yea, people wants common name, I don’t criticise, why would I then criticise people who want unique/rare name lol. The benefit of different spelling is you retain the meaning while keeping the name :) I called bonus and stroke of genius xD because of my circle, I come across some really unique babies whose parents name them after say video game’s characters, and I’m like cool! I never bat an eye to think how they deal at school >_> a different name can be a curse But can be a blessing, no one knows the future, so why worry how you should name your child but just enjoy the process of naming your child (because it’s stressful enough to name them something easy to say, easy to remember, have a nice ring to it, you like it, unique enough so your child ain’t get confused who is getting called, etc etc).
  • There’s a reason why Chinese people in majority-Chinese countries have to name their children more unique names. It’s because us Chinese have a smaller variety of last names/surnames. You guys have 4 Chris in Hollywood, but that’s not a problem because there’s Hemsworth, Pratt, Evans, and Pines. In Singapore, there’s Cheng, Chen, Chan, Chang, Chng, not to mention Zhang, Zhuang, Chuang. It’s very much appreciated in Singapore (another majority-Chinese country like Hong Kong) if others have a unique name, as it’s so much easier to remember and makes life easier for everyone. It’s like comparing apples to oranges, your arguments. There’s always a practical reason why most things turn out the way they do. Back when I was still young and attending school, you have no idea how many Felicias, Joyces, Samanthas, and Fionas there were. Now that my generation has learnt from that mistake, there’s less chance of keying in “Joyce Tan” into Google and then having to dig around for FOREVA to find my Joyce.
  • So many girls, so little boys I am loving Ko Ling’s new hair, it is her best look yet!
  • Wow a man who can cook well enough to open a restaurant is indeed very attractive!
  • Another thing, Apple Chan in Ah Boys to Men was so forking gorgeous, is there a reason why TVB has never given her ANY substantial roles in dramas before? TVB has given good roles to less-pretty-than-her actresses who acted worse than her in the past (since forever actually, and no, I am NOT referring to anyone in particular lol)
  • They are all so pretty ARGH I hate them lol - - - I did see Zoie’s post on my Instagram feed, and I was so surprised because in my head I had always disgustingly assumed she had plastic surgery because I always thought she had one of those post-plastic-surgery faces “post-plastic-surgery-faces” - is this a compliment or an insult?
  • @linda Edison Chen has the face that makes you want to punch him. Hard. Never understood his appeal. He looks like a complete loser, someone who "shines shoes", someone who tags along, someone who you could never trust. (this is all judging by appearance, of course.) Cecilia Cheung and Gillian Chung should take responsibility for their own stupidity. How stupid can they be to have taken those pictures - regardless if they were supposed to be private or not - nothing is safe on the computer or cellphone. This is just common sense, and not-to-mention they are celebrities! My moto is: "blame yourself for your own stupidity and carelessness." Actually, I truly believe Gillian Chung is air-headed. Look at how she talks! It's painful listening to her. She is one of the dumbest-sounding person in the industry. And her "twin" sounds just as bad.
  • @passingby I think it is considered quite common in China. When I was in my late teens, whenever my family went to Guangzhou to visit friends, my dad would bring my mum and I to foot message regularly because he loved it. The masseurs were men, and “foot message” also includes neck area and back LOL
  • @linda You are right. When one gets scared. Some people become numbed & don't know to react to it. Personally I don't get massage from men because i never want to get to the uncomfortable situation. Also most of them are too strong. At the same time I would never get an oil massage from a man. With the dim light & a strange man - it's a dangerous combination.
  • This is incredibly scary. I have read stories regarding sexual assaults and it does seem like us girls tend to get so scared in that moment that we dare not go against the predator too aggressively, for fear that he will hurt us more, I think girls mostly don’t feel confident in terms of physical strength when it is 1 male to 1 female. The mentality is that the girl is scared and just wants the nightmare to end ASAP What I’m trying to say is that it is easy for others to say ‘why don’t you just kick him in his balls’, but when fear overcomes you, yes you will be scared of “what if the door is locked?!??” All the above is just my own thinking, I fortunately have not been in this scary type of situation before
  • OH MY GOD this is sooooo cute!!!! This is like something people will do when they are 17, not when they are in their thirties! XD
  • Oh god we are discussing about aesthetics, if you wanted to switch to talking about morals, then the fact that this article exists to compare 2 mens’ physical appearances is already wrong. And let me be clear, they are **all** good-looking mannn~! Ain’t nobody who isn’t good-looking in showbiz COME ON I just stated my preference in terms of looks. I still prefer Vengo as an actor over Daniel, because people are so much more than just “looks”, look at Edison Chen who was good-looking but caused hurt to Cecilia Cheung & Gillian Chung I hope I made myself clear: looks isn’t everything. In fact, it could be nothing because I always fall for the “ugly” boys
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