• @longhair84 Previous comments are deleted somehow. Anyway comparing knockoffs to legit companies shows your true intentions. If you want, you can buy me a pair of Li Ning Yu Shuai 13 Thunder, just about $500. Anta is also a good choice. Show your Chinese support.
  • @jetmasters who’s a yellow ribbon? I hope you don’t me. I love the Chinese communist party as much as I love China. They’re the greatest political party ever. I worship Mao Zedong Thought. I am a true patriot unlike those running dogs. Those damn foreign devils
  • @jetmasters yep they should wear Hike, New Barlun and Adisco instead. You’re not a true patriot unless you wear these homegrown brands
  • @m0m0 lol funny. Don’t think this works at all!
  • @longhair84 In Malaysia many of our pilots end up opening road side stall selling food. Nothing glamarous. So nothing terrible joining TVB because if they made it, being party time celeb model will give more earnings than a pilot. Reading this or that celebs owning this home or that business, they are doing well.
  • From being a pilot to working for TVB. It’s the equivalent of from heaven to hell for these people. I mean kudos to tvb for trying something different but they really should pack up and leave.
  • @anon there are massive protests in America because of police brutality and systemic racism, which politicians across the both spectrums know about and are willing to do something about it. The protests are also encouraged by the democrats, can you imagine any protests of these sorts in China? No because there is no freedom of speech. Racism does still exist in America but at least they have had black and asian minorities in power. I can’t remember the last time someone other than Han Chinese held a high position in the politburo. Yes gun crime is a problem in America but only because Americans have the right to bear arms, so they’re are constantly at risk of being shot also. There is a constant debate in America to change this. Will they ever have a debate about issues similar to this in China.? Of course not. America is a military state???? Lol the us army is a civilian military. Which means that the civilians control the military, not vice versa. The chinese army is the CCP army. The communist party controls it. Wasn’t Mao who said the political power comes from the barrel of the gun?????
  • @longhair84 "the difference is that America acknowledges its dark past and is willing to do something to put it right. " I have no beef in this argument but this is a straight up lie. Americans have done a lot of harm while denying it like bombing the middle east, agent orange and more recently detaining migrant children .... they haven't even acknowledge the atrocities committed against the Native Americans. I hope you are not a Tr__p supporter.
  • @longhair84 Is that so? Is that why there's massive protests happening across the USA right now as I am writing this out? Black Lives Matter? The US likes to talk about freedom and equality but doesn't put ANY of it into action. The USA is still as racist as ever. Everybody else are second class citizens. The US is a heavily militarized police state. Sure you can protests, but you'll get shot, and illegally arrested and beatened up without reason. Don't pretend the USA is a saint. Do you even believe what you write? LOL
  • @anon the difference is that America acknowledges its dark past and is willing to do something to put it right. China, on the other hand, censors it’s own past because their leaders know that their will be uproar if the population knew what the communist party did before. Religious freedom?? Only if they abide by what the CCP consider to be religious freedom. How about you go to the Tiananmen Square and start a rally on June 4th and see what happens to you?? Wumao will always be wumao
  • @longhair84 loool what do you mean calling me out. If you want me to name series where he plays a cop, I can name these off the top of my head: The Academy series (3), Forensic Heroes 3, Black Heart White Soul, The Four (historical), Flying Tigers (3), this White War, Shock Wave (2 movies), Ruse of Engagement, yes sir sorry sir..... There's probably more... Idk what's with the people casting him LOL
  • @longhair84 Haha not surprised, they got nothing else better to do but criticize people all day long being brainwashed by their government.
  • Wow. These mainland Chinese fans are serious snowflakes
  • @bubbles23 please name all the series where Ron Ng has played a cop. Not calling you out, I think he has played cops in 70% of his roles but I can’t recall most of them
  • @bubbles23 he is Hong Kong's no. 1 box office star and yes he is very famous on the mainland. All the Hong Kong movies are china co-productions now anyways. He also has a lot of clout in the entertainment industry as he is the president of thr performing artists guild
  • @longhair84 "the Kung fu movies are just self-serving propaganda films for the CCP. There is no creativity in those movies either." This is what I am talking about. This is the very thought that causes the downfall of HK movie industry. Every single thing under the sun has to be considered as propaganda by/for CCP. HK had been producing Kungfu movies long before it got back to Mainland, they were great at it. The movies were phenomenal until the West not only in HK or Mainland. HK is a niche/small market, the hard cash come from outside HK. But the moment HK back to Mainland they stop producing it because they wanna shed every single thing that identify them as Chinese. Now those CGI so called kungfu movies are rubbish. They want to copy the Hollywood special effect but sorry HK, you are just can't. The only decent kungfu movie recently was Rise of The Legend with Eddie Peng as Wang Fei Hung. He is good but of course he is not Jet Lee or Donnie Yen. No more great talent in Kungfu movies because no mentor to train the newbies anymore. Those mentors are also shunned as propaganda tools for CCP
  • @jujuxoxo after jet li and Donnie Yen, who are the next Kung fu stars?? There are none because they don’t have the charisma nor are the films any good. Too much CGI ruined these movies.
  • @sev2 you’re right. The people interviewed here are past it. Derek Yee made some great movies about 15-20 years ago but his recent output has been very meh
  • @niangniang the Kung fu movies are just self-serving propaganda films for the CCP. There is no creativity in those movies either. China made some great movies in the 90s and early 00s but even their films nowadays leaves a lot to be desired
  • @jujuxoxo Ip Man was well received by the local hongkongers. It’s the sequels that got up people’s noses because how long can you go on before people get tired of the cliche that is “the foreign devil has wronged us, we must fight back” rhetoric that just comes across as brainwashing and nationalistic. It plays well to the mainland audience but locals see it for what it is. Either way, Hong Kong movies have been going downhill for a number of reasons namely: A) lack of talent - majority of the older actors came from tv but as tvb stopped producing good actors/filmmakers this had a knock on effect on their film industry. B) censorship - the mainland co-productions require them to meet certain criteria’s to avoid the films getting banned in China so this itself has an effect on how creative they can be. C) competitors - the quality of movies have gone up in other parts of Asia, particularly in South Korea. The asia-Pacific region is no longer dominated by Hong Kong movies as other countries have caught up. D) the cinema experience - people don’t watch movies at the cinema anymore unless it’s a Hollywood blockbuster.
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