• @silvernara OMG yes! Her mouth protrudes in a weird unpleasant way! First i thought it was her smile but now that you mention it, it is the mouth/jaw too! She'd always looked really annoying to me. Quite ugly for a Miss HK. Plenty of more deserving girls i reckon. Wonder who she slept with before to win it lol Yes boobs, but easy to be done these days with boob jobs on a prettier face
  • @silvernara I totally agree and it makes her more pathetic as she is supposed to be 30 but acts like a little girl throwing a fit since she got caught doing a bad thing. She may have been given the benefit of the doubt if she was physically younger but sadly she is acting like a little girl at 30 years old. How sad is that?
  • @msxie0714 haha yeah, I guess since they aren't Native English speakers,they think those types of names sounds really cool.
  • @hetieshou Absolutely, you are correct. For sure though, I'd still give someone more leeway if they're late teens - early 20s than someone who is 30 for acting as if she didn't know better or lack the maturity. Maturity isn't determined by age at all but you will be given more slack if you are actually, physically younger in age. This doesn't apply to Jacqueline at all.
  • @silvernara Flow is just one of many stupid English names adopted by ethnic Chinese throughout Asia.
  • @silvernara Age does not necessarily dictate how mature you are as we can see her in her pathetic case.
  • @llwy12 Thank you! Yeah, the way Jacqueline conducted herself just seemed really arrogant and shameless to me, both during the affair and after. I'd buy naivety if she was like late teens or early twenties, but for a 30 year old? hheeelll naawww...
  • @jimmyszeto lol yes, "Flow," is such a stupid name...
  • @littlefish I agree that this is an issue with Asian mentality and culture and I'm sure that has a little to do with Jacqueline getting more hate. In this particular case, I'm not sure it applies entirely. Jacqueline getting 90% of the backlash, is in part, because she simply chose the wrong people to get involved with. The popularity of those involved is just too great in HK and her popularity is far, far below them. It's easier to hate on the least popular person. The main thing is it all comes down to shame or lack of shame that fuels the hate of others. Andy is shitty and Jacqueline is diarrhea. At the very least, Andy's actions seemed to show caution (no talk of him being friendly with Kenneth, at least no more than usual during the affair, moments of hesitations in the taxi, not following Jacqueline on Instagram, held a live press conference facing the media, opened his Instagram comments to take some heat) which shows he realizes on SOME LEVEL what he's doing is shameful (enough to act with caution) and at least taking responsibility - by facing and receiving anger from the public. Jacqueline's actions were incredibly aggressive and arrogant, as if she has no guilt and no shame about what she's doing while and after she was doing it. She unnecessarily befriends the wife of the man she's sleeping with (even left a comment on her post that dates around the time of the taxi video), paws at a married man with no hesitation. She also preemptively closes her Instagram comments to not have to hear criticism and still no in-person apology/press conference. She followed Andy Hui on Instagram and proudly posted numerous photos with him while she was having an affair with him. The absolute best proof of her character is her bothering to interact with Sammi at all. If you're sleeping with the woman's husband, outside of arrogance and pride, there is absolutely zero reasoning for you to interact with the man's wife. None of this appears to be a person who has shown feelings of shame nor guilt nor truly realizes that whatever wrong she's done is SO WRONG, that she has to take some heat for it. Guilt = someone who wants to repent and willing to take responsibility for it. Her actions do not show this. It's just a lot harder to forgive someone who acted like Jacqueline Wong in this situation than Andy Hui and it is definitely not because of her gender (for me anyway). To be fair, in the case of Mandy Lieu and Alvin Chau, I think the sexist double standards was definitely at play. In Alvin/Mandy situation, the Asian mentality of making the women out to be villains and men getting a free pass was evident here in full force, I 100% agree with those two. Alvin Chau is more disgusting of a person than ALL of his mistresses combined yet Mandy Lieu received ALL of the criticism. I don't remember anyone really judging Alvin Chau too poorly, just stating what he did in a neutral way.
  • @silvernara Well-said! You expressed perfectly exactly what I was thinking! Flow basically made Jacqueline out to be a naive teenager who has never experienced love before and so when an older guy came along whom she admired, she fell hopelessly in love and only agreed to be with him when he told her he intends on divorcing his wife. I agree that none of what he said makes any sense given Jacqueline’s actions.
  • @llwy12 HAHA! You're right, what he said is TOTALLY like a TVB series!
  • @tim3e Fame is a fickle thing, Flow can gain some interest in who he is to get him more notice. He is at a point in his career where he isn't famous enough to receive any real "damage," to his image. At his current status of fame, if anything, it will still generate more interest/benefit than it would harm him. I mean I don't know the guy personally, maybe he is doing this out of loyalty. His response doesn't make much sense though. Despite what he has said, I don't buy that a "victim," as he called Jacqueline, would willingly make comments and befriend the wife of someone she's sleeping with. If Jacqueline Wong felt as much guilt as Flow said, she would not be able to be around the wife, much less hang out and interact with her in admiration. This is not the actions of a person feeling guilt. I think that's why Jacqueline is receiving so much hate. Her actions show she has little to no shame. She was way more aggressive than Andy in the taxi. She followed Andy Hui on instagram, posted numerous photos with him and spoke out on her admiration for him, she goes and comments on Sammi's pictures around the same time the video was taped in a friendly, admiring way, she closes her instagram comments to ensure she receives no criticism, and just how she behaves in general towards this incident. Andy Hui is a piece of crap for sure but Jacqueline Wong is truly diarrhea. There's a reason Andy didn't follow Jacqueline on instagram, didn't post pictures of them together, had moments of hesitation in the taxi, had a live press conference and opened his instagram to receive all the hateful comments - he recognized on some level what he did was shameful and felt guilt and saw a need to take some responsibility (I still think he's a piece of crap though). Jacqueline on the other hand, none of her actions point to a decent person. She basically comes off as borderline sociopathic. She did wrong but wants to insulate herself from backlash. I mean to befriend the wife of the man she's sleeping with? Entirely and completely unnecessary. Had she felt guilt and not what seems to be arrogance and pride, she would not have done any of the things I listed. That's why I don't believe anything Flow said.
  • @silvernara @llwy12 I highly doubt he is defending Jacqueline for the purpose of fame. I'm sure he ain't stupid enough to not know that by defending someone against a cheating scandal, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image. Prehaps the reason why Flow Cheung defends Jacqueline Wong is because he is a good friend of her that's why he defended her from the netizens to show his loyalty to her. This is not uncommon. I have also encountered many people who's like him, in my personal life. No matter what their loved one or friends do, they will still defend and support them even though they know what they did was wrong. They turn a blind eye on it instead of correcting their mistakes and wrongdoing.
  • @silvernara Yea, I read about that too. My first reaction was also that Flow is trying to use the situation to gain fame for himself...either that or he’s been watching one too many TV dramas, as most of what he said sounds exactly like the plot line from the latest TVB series, lol. Also, the timing is fishy too....
  • @msxie0714 Horrible....Those people are evil, raping someone then trashing them afterwards, sociopaths. Everyone judges on some level I just find it strange when someone is a celebrity and reliant on looks (particularly female celebrities) and they look pretty below average and hailed as beautiful. So it appears to me they're more concentrated on non facial beauty or something.
  • @silvernara those Korean k-poppers discussed the women they raped pretty much the same way. One of those pervs made fun of one victim's face but gave high marks to her figure. Seems like women are still judged by their faces and bodies no matter what.
  • @nomad822 I don't know how true the story is, but there is a new one where this former Mr. HK contestant (Flow Cheung) spoke out on his instagram stating Jacqueline Wong once told him her and Kenneth Ma had problems and that she had fallen in love with a married man and that JW is "only a victim." He's gotten backlash for it but honestly pretty transparent he's trying to take advantage of the controversy to gain fame. Agree about Alvin Chau (#2) she's really not attractive enough based on the type of women he rolls with.
  • @nomad822 I agree, her sister is way more attractive but I think people are obsessed with boobs and youth and not actually really looking for facial beauty based on facial features, well in HK anyway, I guess. Youth is a factor in beauty but it really is irrelevant if the person doesn't at least, by default have good facial features/looks. Yeah! she does look old in her pics, something to do with her facial structure, makes her look like she's someone's soccer mom or something.
  • @niangniang I agree, there definitely exists those who aren't conventionally attractive but still hold beauty due to charisma, style, etc. with this particular woman, it probably didn't work for me because she's so far from a conventional beauty (facially) yet tries to adhere to the convention, which just makes it more obvious she isn't attractive. In general, I don't find she has charisma physical or nonphysical, and as you've said the recent developments only makes it her physical flaws look worse.
  • @silvernara Yes her mouth. And to me anyways, her sister Scarlett looks a lot prettier - more alive, animated. Jacqueline's type of looks - you may say "sweet" at a glance but look further ... and she's kinda tiring looking. Even kinda dated looking and old, for her age.
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