• @m0m0 yes i think most people want a companion or to start a family, but even then, marriage isn't a goal for some of these people. and they can still be very happy. marriage is a promise but because of its legal powers, also confers some protection/rights to both parties, i.e., spousal support, health proxy, etc. and makes it more difficult to separate. but if you're not in the marriage for these benefits or can achieve them through other means, why get married? i think for the sake of children, marriage is better because it legitimizes the union (in the eyes of the law) but also in the eyes of the child, they know they're not a product of two non-committal parents. nevertheless, what you can achieve with marriage can also be achieved through other legal means. some people fight for this legitimacy because they never had it and because with this piece of paper, it gives them easy & convenient status and authority on their spouses' behalf. all of which can be done separately with other legal documents, but you know, more work.
  • @coralie maybe some people don't start or need to start a family but i think most people do want to have kids and have a companion. the idea that one has to be married by and certain age, or have to have kids to maintain marriage in order to be happy are outdated thoughts. if marriage is indeed an antiquated idea, then why do some people fight for the rights to get married? these are extreme ends here, marriage = happiness vs marriage no longer relevant. at the end of the day, most people including myself complaint about starting a family etc is b/c at least in my case, lament not being able to experience the alternative and the stress of handling kids. once things calm down, i do appreciate my family and happy that they're with me.
  • @m0m0 Michelle is indeed a very smart businesswoman. She cultivated the right relationships to help push her career further. She still stays in touch with TVB producer Poon Ka Tak, and is very close with HK director Johnnie To. Their friendship and mentorship no doubt offered her guidance on the issues involved in drama and film production, which Michelle has been able to apply in her own projects. After leaving TVB, Michelle first filmed for ATV then starred in many of Johnnie's films. With her Mandarin background, China is her greatest market and she realizes that. Capitalizing on her initial acting success, Michelle has become increasingly involved in screenwriting and producing her own work to have greater control over her own career path. She has collaborated with good friend, Wang Baoqiang, to produce her own web series. Unlike other artistes who may concentrate only on their onscreen careers, Michelle has learned new skills and partnered with the right people to make her influence deeper in the television industry. In a fast-changing market, Michelle has adapted herself very quickly and able to capitalize on new opportunities. She has indeed come very far and achieved a lot more beyond her peers.
  • she's quite a lucky girl. i think she got champion in the miss international after something happened to the first champion. generally in tvb and esp back then, miss chinese internationals were not promoted like miss hk or well known but she still managed to have a successful career at tvb and atv. i was quite surprised esp when she made a name for herself in china too given she didn't start there but she might have developed good relationships when she was in hk. overall, i think she's quite successful and to a certain extent, quite legendary. they should try to make a movie out of her experience.
  • i have the feeling that they are just fueling the rumor mill b/c people dislike this couple so much.
  • he's sure to be missed. i hope he makes at least a cameo in the sequel. it'd be fun to see some familiar faces there.
  • @anon some people like tv more. there's more connections about the film industry. i heard people make dirty deals but it's not like tvb doesn't do that but i'd like to think tvb is slightly better in terms of deals under the table. at least it has more transparency than the film industry.
  • @dreamer people like this kind of news. the more that one denies it, the more the reporters want to dig. the media profits from stuff like this. if she admits to it, then there'd be nothing new to report anymore and that's when they stop. i think this one is quite funny how they came to that conclusion since there's really no proof like a before and after look. i wasn't even aware that she was known for having ps.
  • Makes me want to watch. Don't think this is the first time Aaron ditched his usual look and goes for the bummed out look
  • @coralie i thought he was good looking too before but he fattened up
  • @m0m0 LOL.. No one will feel bad for this dude. He looks horrible now but wife is 32 doesn't seem to look any better. lol.... She is like a skeleton bone before and not even attractive yet he dumped that TVB actress just such negativity and media attention. Karma for this dude!! haha....
  • is this a satirical article to Marco's divorce? anyhow, having a much younger spouse isn't a good thing. guys might think it looks cool but women are attracted to pretty things too.
  • didn't he cheated on his ex gf too? what goes around comes around.
  • i think he's attractive in an uncanny way that it seems very unnatural. he's a bit too pale and the eyes are too sunk in. he looks like ai to me.
  • @m0m0 Ron Ng is still sticking at TVB. He signed with Shaw Brothers and Shaw Brothers is actually TVB's subsidairy. But all he can do is police and police again, even for his small roles in movies. However, it isn't a thing to him. He opens an exhibition and gains money from it. So it is only passionate to keep him in acting, of which unfortunately a field he isn't good at.
  • @m0m0 Even in in real life if an individual graduated from college does NOT mean they make more $$$ than someone who had '0' degree. haha lol.... Sometimes the work force looks on experience as well not just that piece of paper.
  • @wm2017 yeah, he was so hot in s1 & 2 but i noticed that he started gaining after that. it's hard to keep up esp when you've buffed up so much for a show. think about it 4 years to maintain the body. chicken breast, protein shakes, low fat intake and endlessly chewing on carbs. it takes a great toll.
  • @littlefish there are probably many others with poor education in showbiz. in fact, there are definitely more with poorer education. look at andy lau, he started at 17, how much education u think he received? anita mui?
  • @m0m0 I think the article implying their poor education is a stark contrast to their high income and popularity, not the other way around lol
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