• @scarlett013 love his acceptance speech & agree that he's well-spoken. The way he presented himself was very charming
  • @kuks Well said! I also thought that Chow Kalok was one of the most deserving wins of the night. As an avid follower of LAB, his acting has really improved over the years and quite honestly, he carries many of the scenes he is in - even when he's among veterans. Amazing comedic timing. He's young and inexperienced but he has the talent and works very hard. After enjoying his consistent performances on LAB, I began to notice him in other variety shows and performances. He's a darn good dancer too and puts a lot of effort into it! I also felt that he put most of the other award winners to shame because his acceptance speech was so good and he's so well-spoken for his age. He came off as very thankful for the opportunities he's been given, didn't stutter, and didn't try to force himself to cry.
  • i like jeannie. can kinda see the resemblance to samantha ko after the hair cut but i think jeannie is far prettier
  • That's dumb why the heck would someone lie about that
  • Kaman makes me feel really conflicted. I don't think she's the nicest person and seems to gossip a lot but I do find her to be a decent actress. Out of the three though, I would be least surprised if A is Moon Lau. Jeannie is an only child and doesn't strike me as flirtatious. Tiffany is a baby and I think it's unlikely that she would act like a big sister among others. Moon does have a younger sister and seems like she could come off flirty.
  • @scarlett013 I know right? When I saw this Matthew and Rebecca?? What...lol Rebecca Zhu (朱晨麗) in her first leading role ? Really?? I watched The Stuntman b/c of the male lead but isn't she the lead there? Unless this came into production prior to the other one. She looks like a much older sister and I don't know how this MH suddenly got promoted into lead? Damn, TVB really is lacking in people. He's also very boring to watch. For younger well not that young but relatively younger than the ones in TVB haha lol...I much prefer Carlos Chan even thou if he pairs up w/this one, that will be even more odd. haha....lol
  • The Great Soy Factory has a very similar vibe to Storm In A Cocoon except I doubt Matthew and Rebecca's acting is even nearly as good as Steven and Tavia's. Katy Kung looks promising though. Disappointed that TVB froze Ali and basically removed all but one scene (Death by Zero) in this teaser. If they're going to freeze her, they should just end her contract early so she can venture out. TVB has so many artists from abroad yet the English names of the dramas are still so cheesy and blatantly copied. All The People I've Loved Before = To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Of Greed and Ants = Of Mice and Men??
  • So...basically A Change of Heart + Forensic Heroes?
  • @josqi a man or a woman's promiscuity has nothing to do with how good of a parent they are not to mention as outsiders, we don't even know if those pictures were taken when she was with Nic or not. I personally don't believe that they were and have always found Cecilia to be the one who loved Nic more than the other way around. Doubtful that she would throw that all away if she was indeed still with Nic during that time. Would not be surprised if Nic really is an absent father. Aint no brainwashing needed for a 12-year-old to feel like his father doesn't care to be in his life. Technology is so advanced now and even babies know how to use smartphones. No excuse for Nic not to be in touch with his kids despite the distance.
  • @potatochip Philip Keung deserves BA more than everyone else on the list IMO. Wonder if his back hurts from carrying that entire series. I know a lot of people think Kara is a good actress and I think she's had her moments in some of her other work but I thought her acting was awful in The Defected and she wasn't convincing at all in her role. Benjamin was just ok. I think he should stick to less serious roles because he already looks wooden to begin with so without any added jokes or humor, his acting comes off even more flat. Dicky was entertaining in The Learning Curve of a Warlord. Wouldn't be mad if he won but probably not going to happen. Actually thought most of the cast in that drama did a slightly above average job.
  • @scarlett013 i'm comparing it because I think that's why the percentage is so high on c-section for celebrities. I also feel having a c-section so that the father can attend on the date is the same as choosing the date and time to suit yourself. When the baby is ready to come out then it's ready...
  • @jimmyszeto Why do you feel a need to compare? While I do agree that picking specific "auspicious" days to give birth via c-section isn't the best thing to do, it's not in our place to pass judgment on people that feel the need to do so. As someone else mentioned, sometimes c-sections do need to be scheduled in order for the baby's father to be able to attend or to be part of this experience. It's unfair for any parent to miss the birth of their child just because of the difficulty to take time off due to their line of work. I'm sure most pregnant women also prefer that their partner is there with them as moral support as well. You were lucky to be able to be with your wife while she went through labor but some people aren't so lucky. Also, why are we even talking about how a woman looks after giving birth? Giving birth is a beautiful thing and it's super messed up that people uglify it by body shaming. @littlefish Grace is tiny so a small pelvis is totally possible. Thank you for clarifying that you're not shaming them.
  • @scarlett013 In an interview before, Anita has definitely said that it seems like she's the one in charge cause of her personality/loudness, but in the end it's what Chilam says that counts. I feel like any post related to Chilam&Anita translate badly to reflect Anita badly, and I don't know why :/
  • @scarlett013 Uhm I was the one that raised the question, and I’m a mother. And I only raise it because so far, 2 births from HK currently is c-section and they are quite young. My sister in law had to have c-section because her pelvic is too small, delivering naturally will damage the baby’s head, if not, fatal. Whereas Grace and Phoebe are both quite young, so I’m a bit surprised with the C-section and wonder if it’s the norm in HK. Idk about ZLY, but it seems she has a natural birth. Also raising the question isn’t about to shame them, rather understanding the current thought the Asian society has in regarding to c-section and natural birth. Just like how even until now, asian thinks formula is better for baby! My father is working in public health, and he is now going around trying to re-educating people to breastfeeding than giving babies formula! I’m sorry if raising such questions make people feel edgy, but my intention was to understand why. Because currently, research indicates that natural birth is much better for the baby. Australian hospital is pushing for natural birth, and breastfeeding, they know it’s a hard process, so they have a lot of supports so mothers don’t feel abandoned and alone.
  • @scarlett013 Did you become suspicious when 99% of celebrities have a condition where they can’t have natural birth. I wasn’t going to comment but then someone with understanding of c section said that when the baby comes out from c-section, it is silent for a while. That basically means the baby isn’t quite ready to come out. Of course I understand c section is needed if the body isn’t suitable for natural birth. I don’t respect the ones who just decide to pick a date to suit themselves for their own convenience. Giving birth is not booking a hotel room...
  • Quinta isn't a horrible name but I think Quinn would have been fine. Agree with @potatochip that Quincy would have been a cute name regardless of gender! Disappointed that people are putting in their 2 cents about natural birth vs c-section. I get that c-sections are common with celebs but you can't generalize them all as women who are "afraid of natural birth" and what it does to their bodies. Also, if you're a man, SIT DOWN and don't comment. You aren't the ones carrying a BABY inside of you for months and going through all the struggles of child birth. Also, you don't know if the mother has any medical conditions that might make giving birth more dangerous or difficult so it's not in your place to comment about that. And even if they were scared, that's completely normal. Having a baby and giving birth to a baby are both very scary things.
  • I feel horrible for all the other actors and actresses who worked their butt off and potentially lost out on future endorsements or opportunities because of her. Mostly feeling sorry for Owen who was likely actually pretty good friends with her but is now unsure if his dramas will ever be aired. Imagine working so hard for so many years and finally getting your big break but having the hard work go to waste because your "friend" pulled some stupid crap like this.......
  • I don't buy the whole Flow story but wouldn't be surprised if that's what Jacqueline made him believe. Maybe she was his niang niang and he was her bing so he's out here defending her.
  • I think that Chilam likes to let Anita think that she wears the pants in the relationship but at the end of the day, I do think Chilam still has the upper hand. She's definitely more dependent on Chilam than the other way around. I wouldn't necessarily say that Anita is making contradictory statements because at the time when she did that other famous interview, they were a bit younger and probably in a very different point of their life so we can't still hold her to those words. As we age, so do our ideals and opinions. She may have been more tolerable of cheating in the past because they were still relatively new parents and Morton was younger. Unrelated but on a similar note, I remember watching a Louis Koo interview from a few years back in which he explained why he doesn't really like to do interviews of directly respond to reporters. He doesn't want anything he's said in the past to ever get brought up again as opinions on things are always changing. I think this is smart, considering reporters and netizens will always continue bringing up sound bites of past interviews.
  • @coralie Agree - I think girls are great!! They tend to be more likely to take care of their parents when they get older. But truthfully, people should be thankful for the gift of a child regardless gender. Plenty of people out there who wish for children of their own but are unable to have one :(
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