• @eleven Moses still has upcoming drama that will be airing. There arent many young people because TVB doesnt do Mr. Hong Kong Pageants anymore. They should really start casting young actors for dramas.
  • good song & i love Jinny's voice
  • @luye :D Yes, Benjamin Yuen was actually really funny in LW the prelude. As I stressing a couple of times the only reason I watched that was because Pakho C, Priscialla W & Benjamin Y. They were a funny trio on that series. I didn't like Jessica S and esp Moses C and that haircut OMG...He looks like hes 60 or something in there. I never like him but that was weird seeing him older and just odd in all aspects. lol... hahah Lol..It was just so sad to hear that PC & PW's storyline will be cut off since in LW3 as I never really like Raymond L or part 1 anyway. I was so happy to see they didn't kill PC off but now no chance of a continuation since of whatever media post he did :( L’ESCARGOT ? haha Yes, I do remember a stingy housewife and even thou I never like MW but she was at least good in some roles. I really can't say about Natalie T that make me remember her by even thou she does have a pretty face.
  • @wm2017 Hey! I agree about the drama with Ben & Nat! I think Sisley was in it too. I didnt watch it because I feel all the characters are boring. However, I am starting to like Ben more as he was pretty interesting in Line Walker. I was honestly surprised when Nat won best actress for her role in Jessica's drama. If anything, I feel Jessica deserved it more than her. Mandy put on an amazing performance in "Threesome." Actually both Ben & Mandy did great there and she won a few best actress awards with that role. LOL the stingy housewife role is the drama L'ESCARGOT. SO GOOD.
  • he has a new drama coming out this year - Wonder Woman
  • @potatochip seems like Lam did invest because he was no longer inside the building (he left and didnt spend his life there lonely). Maybe the young version of himself that stood next to him is his son! So he probably got married & moved on with his life.
  • @oligodendrocytes I think Ching Ching's father became security of the building, not police. But how do you know Raj & Ching Ching werent married?
  • @msxie0714 did they really wrap themselves in flags & sang the US anthem? Do you have a video?
  • @jjwong agree! you can still love a country, but want a better life for yourself and your family. There's nothing wrong with that. Quality of life and benefits are definitely better in some countries.
  • @orchid123 why do you want him to impose legislation to stop in particular Chinese people? If they truly "hate" the US, then why would they want their kids to have citizenship there?
  • @coralie agree! It's all about metabolism. Two people can eat the same amount of food but one person can gain a lot more weight than the other
  • @coralie exactly! Honestly, people can say HK is part of China, and all that other stuff. But the two cultures & societies are so different. Things have changed. And HK has more freedom. For ex., things that are censored in China arent censored in HK. Death penalty is legal in China. Something like Tiananmen Square massacre wouldnt happen in HK.
  • @luye Genetics can certainly assist in helping you get fatter, but that only plays a small role in why she is obese.
  • @anon i agree that the violence has gotten out of hand & i was supportive of the peaceful protests in the beginning. 30 yrs ago is not that long ago - their family members are still alive & Chinese government hasnt changed much since then. There are families who are currently impacted by Tiananmen Square massacre. And yes I am aware that US has killed millions. I'm not justifying their actions nor am I saying US is better than China
  • @luye "Right now, HKers dont vote for their leader. The Chief Executive is chosen by a small committee/approved by China. HK has a legislature with democratically elected representatives (Legislative Council) which is where laws are passed. The Legislative Council has 70 seats. Within the 70 seats, they are either pro-democracy or pro-china. Although Pro-democracy has the popular vote, they occupy less than half of the seats in the Legislative Council because the system is set up so that when HKers vote, they’re only voting for 40/70 seats. 30 are chosen by business representatives – voted by corporations that have good relationships with China; mainly dominated by pro-china political parties. This means only 40 seats are directly electable by the majority of HKers. This is why i dont think it’s unreasonable for HKers to fight for a right to democracy" Sure you can fight for it...peacefully... but as we all know, it has anything but peaceful for the past 4 months. "It doesnt matter if China “kept it on its own turf” because the government literally murdered students for protesting. At least in the US, the First Amendment allows for freedom to protest. " That happened 30 years ago, and it was a one-off incident. While the US government has killed millions, as well as affecting tens and millions of civilians globally, for the past 60 years and that still continues today. HK allows protesting. Contrary to popular belief, China also allows protesting. Google it! What you're missing is the fact that it hasn't been a protest for a while, but a riot for MONTHS, the Hong Kong and Chinese community are against RIOTS - not protests. Learn the difference. If China and Hong Kong are against riots and protests, they would've sent in the army, shut down the city and arrest all of the rioters in less than a week as it unfolded just like how the US government would've done if the exact circumstances happened in the US. But it hasn't, yet people still have the audacity to say that China and HK does not condone protests and riots when they've been so patient and tolerant. It blows my mind.
  • @anon Right now, HKers dont vote for their leader. The Chief Executive is chosen by a small committee/approved by China. HK has a legislature with democratically elected representatives (Legislative Council) which is where laws are passed. The Legislative Council has 70 seats. Within the 70 seats, they are either pro-democracy or pro-china. Although Pro-democracy has the popular vote, they occupy less than half of the seats in the Legislative Council because the system is set up so that when HKers vote, they're only voting for 40/70 seats. 30 are chosen by business representatives - voted by corporations that have good relationships with China; mainly dominated by pro-china political parties. This means only 40 seats are directly electable by the majority of HKers. This is why i dont think it's unreasonable for HKers to fight for a right to democracy It doesnt matter if China "kept it on its own turf" because the government literally murdered students for protesting. At least in the US, the First Amendment allows for freedom to protest. Btw, living in US myself, i am in no way defending US actions overseas nor am I saying US is perfect. I know that after 9/11 attack in NYC, wars in Iraq & Afghanistan has led to over 500,000 deaths
  • @luye "why do you think fighting for rights is “laughable”?" Laughable because they are fighting for rights that are literally eroding in the United States. In many cases, you have more rights in HK than in the US. Most of these protesters don't even have a clue what they are fighting for. "Have you forgotten about Tiananmen Square?" Have you forgotten about the Iraq war? You know the weapons of mass destruction that Saddam Hussein supposedly had but none was ever found? At least, China keeps it on its own turf, had learned from their mistakes and had moved on. The US still continues to export terrorism all over the world. The US military has, directly and indirectly, caused tens of millions of civilians and military casualities worldwide since WW2, in addition to millions of war refugee displacements (Syrians, Afghans, Iraqis, etc.), but hey you will never hear that from CNN, NBC, FOX, and CBS. They all support the military-industrial complex for the rich and powerful to invade and conquer other weaker nations for oil and other rich resources. Iran is about to be invaded as I write this.
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