• @sam01 he did. In fact, almost everyone did. They announced top5 and then the winner during the show
  • @mike @yuyu Confused. Did Lau Dan receive any nominations for his role in Come Home Love: Lo and Behold at all?
  • @sam01 I think initially it may sound like he is expecting too much from his future wife but upon further thought, as @hetieshou pointed out, he is an actor that always has to be away for work. I think wanting his spouse to help look out and care for his mom while away isn't too ridiculous of a request and understandable. Take Pakho Chau for example, he is a good man and responsible husband it seems, and he has mentioned how his now wife always helped take care of his parents while he was working. I mean, of course, ideally, one should take care of their own parents, and even after marriage, they shouldn't "expect" their spouse to take care of the entire family or the elderly parents for them; but reality is, regardless whether you are the man or woman in the relationship, if your job requires you to be traveling a lot or away from family a lot, it is understandable that you would hope your future spouse helps look after your elderly parents. I don't think that is demanding. In fact, I think it is responsible and filial for him to consider that. But I do think that even though he has to be gone for work a lot, I hope that when he does get married, he doesn't just leave his wife behind to only take care of his parents. He needs to be back to do his part and spend time with his wife and take care of his parents as well when he is off work. I should hope that if he does decide to get married one day, he will understand this and be responsible and present for his wife and family.
  • @sam01 I was saying you are a female chauvinist but was referring to someone else...
  • @hetieshou I don't think @sam01 is a female chauvinist at all. And your frequent examples of your brothers anecdotes sounds like a crappy situation to me. Tell your brothers to dump their abusive wives. It's a small sample of women who becomes entitled with their privileges but does not speak for the million others (statistically speaking) who are going through what your brothers are going through. Bottom-line, ANY breadwinner should still provide not only financial security, but also do their part at home.
  • @sam01 I also want to say that we need to be fair instead of siding with the women all the time. Many women breadwinners are not only demanding but also unreasonable. My aunt is like that and treats my uncle like dirt. But some female chauvinists always need to side with the women even when they are wrong....sigh...
  • @sam01 Right?! Do everything for me and my family. Put your life on hold since I'm the breadwinner. I expect you to not bother me when I'm filming. Sounds so ridiculous, yet this is what some breadwinners expect - to be attended to hand and foot.
  • @sam01 Honestly, these days things have changed and women work too. I see women working more and neglecting their kids and the household. I see that in my family of all brothers. I think both women and men should share the household and family responsibilities but it also depends on the situation too. Like in Ron’s case, he is an actor who often works away from home a lot so I do not think it is wrong of him to want a wife that can look after the family while he is away. I am sure he would do his share when he is around too. I have seen cases in my own family where the women works and that is it. They do not take care of their kids or do anything but work and put money in their own pocket but that is it. Basically, there should be a balance whenever possible. If his future wife is an actress then he can stay home while she works. Esther Kwan and Nick Cheung did that and it worked out. We do not know for sure how it is so should take these articles with a grain of salt.
  • @gnomageddon @sherla1019 @coralie His ideal girlfriend should be filial, attentive, caring, and independent. Ron said that his future girlfriend must be able to get along with his family and is willing to take care of his mother while he is away for filming! Ron has very similar characteristics to Bosco and Ruco very 大男人主義. Very old fashioned mindset. Woman must be the one to take on the role of caregiver/homemaker for man. Woman have to bend over backwards for him, put his needs first. Be willing to sacrifice her “time” to take care of him and his family. Why can't it be the other way around?
  • @sam01 What you described is what everyone does no matter which industry they are in. When ordinary folks gets a better paying job, they'll leave for that high paying job and earn the higher bucks and live a better lifestyle. They won't be satisfied going back to a low paying job. That's everyone, not just showbiz.
  • @scre Bobby never depend on her wife's family for financial support. He earns big bucks from China and HK in all these years.
  • @mike @scre That's what I've said earlier. They joined Tvb in order to gain fame and popularity. Soon afterward, they will leave tvb and go Mainland china to dig more golds and would only return to Tvb occasionally to film a per series contract. Do you really think celebrites will retire from the showbizz and take a low paying jobs and be satisfied and content living a frgual life like the ordinary folks? They all hopes to earn big bucks and live a luxurious lifestyle.
  • @sam01 Saw many interviews from tvb green leaves and they all say people join TVB and hope to leave as soon as they can. They only join TVB not because of the money but for the fame. After they get the fame, they will leave and make more money elsewhere. Most never get to leave.
  • @sam01 I was suprised that kevin came back to tvb considering he was focusing his career on the film industry. As for bobby I think he just film tvb series for fun, not really for money since his wife family is quite rich.
  • @jujuxoxo Linda isn't the only artist who is chasing after money and fame. The same standard applies to all celebrites such as Ron, Bosco, Kevin cheng Bobby au, Charmines sheh. They're all chasing after the fame and fortune and attention the entertainment industry brings them. After they became famous and popular at Tvb. They leave Tvb to go to Mainland to dig more golds and would only return to Tvb to film a per series contract. Do you think celebrites will retire from the showbizz and take a low paying jobs and be satisfied and content living a frgual life like the ordinary citzens? They all hopes to earn big bucks and live a luxurious lifestyle. It’s because they’re materialistic, and they’re putting the added pressure on themselves to consume fancy cars, mansions, and a variety of luxury material possessions that they actually don’t need. For these people, it isn’t enough to have $1 million; they want $4 million, and those individuals with $4 million want $10 million and so forth. They have so much, yet it’s not enough because lifestyles expectations increase as their net worths soar
  • @hetieshou @tungamy What are those brown patches on his leg? Is it Birthmarks or something else?
  • @m0m0 @nomad822 What are those brown patches on his leg? Is it Birthmarks or something else?
  • @sam01 Thank you for the link! Comparing the video with the article, I'm starting to feel like this article is only taking pieces and creating a jigsaw puzzle. #1 Even if the video may not be the full version, they never stated that these are the "3 Golden Criteria." When you say "golden," it's supposed to sound permanent or strong standards, but the interviewer only asked his type and the article didn't exactly put all the points in either. #2 Furthermore, that picture was 2 years ago. I found it in his IG. I'm starting to get suspicious. I mean, if this article was a full translation on a video, shouldn't the picture be his most recent or at least the ones in the interview? #3 Also, I was watching this show called 各位游客请注意 and in one of the episodes, he states that he would rather his girlfriend call and scold him as to why he disappeared for 3 days than to receive multiple texts. Therefore, the second golden criterion appears to be incorrect because he is willing to reason, but does not want to file a report. #4 As for the third criteria, in one of the interviews of Tiger's Talk, he needed his gf to be forgiving as his work is related to filming intimate scenes with actresses. Without forgiveness, the relationship won't last. Ron and Bosco even joked they should show them a video (obstacle) of all their intimate scenes to give their gf a heads up of what they were in for. Nevertheless, despite that there were multiple inadequacies throughout the article, prioritizing friends over girlfriend is an ultimate no-no and I repeat @hetieshou 's words, "stay single for now until he changes." LOL
  • @sam01 Hmm ok in the interview, he didnt really specify that they were must have criterias but he did expand on the prioritising friends over girlfriend, which is still lame. The difference for him apparently is that at home (with girlfriend) he can sit there all day and not say anything but when out with friends he will chat nonstop. So he has more fun with friends, but the important things in life is with your other half, and theyre the ones that have to deal with your crap all the time not your friends.
  • @megamiaow @mi520 @hetieshou Here is the actual interview with bosco. He did mention that he's someone who will prioritizie his friends over a girlfriend. Not sure if this video is the full version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aS9DgFPGNfU
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