• @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 :(
  • @scarlett013 I believe he meant he will be the one taking Jacqueline home. Meaning instead of Andy 'sleeping' with Jacqueline that night, HE WILL. In which Andy brushed off immediately. Both men, or maybe even all the men that knows about Andy and Jacqueline knows that this is a FWB relationship. This is why the friend in the taxi suggested Andy pass her around.. to him, for the FWB session that night. He said that to try to save Andy from cheating on Sammi that night. He might not reside in HK since he was leaving the next morning, but he is close enough friends to Andy (and maybe even Sammi) to try to do his best to prevent the cheating from going on.... at least for that night. The friend also doesn't sound like a local HK guy from the entertainment industry... he sounds more 'innocent' and wasn't afraid to say/do something to stop Andy and Jacqueline. Because as local HK Artist, there is an unspoken rule that you keep your mouth shut about things like this, hence no one tried to stop Andy and Jacqueline during the 2 years they were cheating.
  • @scarlett013 Very likely to try for a son in 1-2 years
  • @scarlett013 they said playboys seem to have daughters though it might not be true since Jackie has 2 & he is not a playboy
  • @scarlett013 Yup. That’s why to me, it’s kind of hard to blame people for hating on Jacqueline more than Andy. Yes, both are guilty (and Andy is as much a scumbag as whatever horrible names people are calling Jacqueline), but she didn’t help the situation any with the poor way she handled things (or it could be she asked TVB for help and they chose to let her sink because of all the trouble she caused them)...as hard as it might be, come out and face the public, own up to your mistakes, then go into hiding...in comparisons, Andy’s team actually did a much better job of damage control...
  • @llwy12 I also read that article and Natalie Tong also mysteriously followed her recently as well. Seeing as to how Natalie and Kenneth are close, she probably got mad and unfollowed J as well but was advised to follow her again so that the paparazzi doesn't make a big deal out of it. I sorta suspect that this was probably also the case with her sister Scarlett, whom I actually feel so bad for to become implicated in this messy situation. You could tell that she also works very hard and she loves her job. To be dropped from collabs and jobs that you had because of a stupid thing your sister did is horrible. Netizens also took to her IG to comment mean things to her because J turned off her comments. Also heard that Scarlett's previous marriage ended due to a third party as well so that must also bring back some bad feelings.
  • Another heavenly king with another daughter! :) They really do have father-in-law fate. Congrats to Aaron and his family! Daughters are great and I hope he doesn't obsess too much about chasing for a boy. Although, Moka is young so they definitely have some time to keep trying if they want one.
  • I'd be really surprised if Moses cheated. He and Aimee remain one of my favorite celeb couples because they really do seem so much in love but are relatively low profile. I saw a clip of a interview today where Moses was talking about how important he feels it is for there to be positivity and love in the household in order for children to grow up happily. They seem like great parents!
  • @scarlett013 you absolutely have a right to your opinions, but as outsiders, we do not know what factors impacted their decision on cheating. and though it's unethical what they did, it doesn't make them evil. say they do a lot of charity work and help a lot of people, but they're messy in their personal lives, does that make them evil still? judging them on only one sector of their lives (depending on degree of harm) is not helpful for moving the situation forward. what they did was wrong and selfish and let's leave it at that.
  • @cutie777 According to Wikipedia, she was born in New York but their family moved to Vancouver when she was 7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_Wong
  • @coralie I beg to differ - the definition of evil IS "profoundly immoral and wicked," which she is as evidenced by this entire situation. It's immoral that she got involved with a married man and cheated on her boyfriend. It's wicked that she befriended Sammi and went out of her way to consistently post comments on Sammi's Instagram. But I do agree that the blame should be put on both parties. As a society, the general population does tend to blame "the other woman" way more than the man. But as most of you have already said, it takes two to tango and Andy definitely encouraged the affair. Men and women also display their affection in different ways. While Jacqueline was aggressively touchy, Andy did a lot of hand holding and that actually strikes me as more of an intimate and emotional thing. This actually leads me to feel like Jacqueline may have been in on it for the thrill and uh...satisfaction while Andy may have genuinely felt some kind of emotional connection with her.
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