• @alexa777 Yang Mi has never said anything. Recently I notice that in her interview, the reporters/interviewers have not even mentioned the divorce/ex-husband/ex-in law, maybe she has refused those questions or there has been some arrangements (to not talk about those sensitive issues) before the interview. I suggest HK media should do the same
  • @snowy I personally think it’s translated wrongly. Yup, just because Yang Mi never defends herself, they think they can write anything they want. And then people will believe and make their own assumptions eventho they know nothing.
  • Why this article tag Yang Mi? This is about LKU and they have DIVORCED already
  • @alexa777 I feel the same, the orginal Chinese article is different from this one.
  • @stars1 Yang Mi's side has never said anything. Those HK reporters really need to stop asking those questions, they can focus on LD's activities rather than asking about Yang Mi
  • Was this article translated wrongly or I misunderstood the original article (in Chinese)? In the Chinese article that I read, the reporter asked LD if Yang Mi gave him a call for the Lunar New Year. And I was like "why should she give him a greeting, she and his son divorced" - those reporters really need to stop asking LD about Yang Mi. Maybe this is the only source because up until now Yang Mi's side has never said anything, but the reporters need to stop, please
  • @snowy My ex colleague was divorced and remarried. But he still spend time with his daughter and drive her here and there just to be with her. Today the daughter is close to him. It depends on time given to the kid. If not, the kid will drift apart from the parent. So even if YM gains custody and spends v little time with the kid, the kid will also drift away from her and become close to those the kid spends most time with. Technology cannot give the quality time tho there is skype. Kids want to be hugged, kissed and played with to feel they are loved and secured.
  • @snowy Hope the kid stays in HK and YM lose custody for her lack of time with the kid. It's better for the kid to stay in HK since she is already used to HK lifestyle
  • @littlefish Thanks for the knowledge. They has been kept their divorce low-key and the media always stirs up trouble. Like I said in the above comment, it seems like they have settled the custody already, I don't know why the media keeps dragging on this. Just my feeling but I feels like this fight of custody - rumor - is actually Yang Mi vs Laudan and his wife rather than Yang Mi and her Ex- husband
  • @snowy well, the only thing that HL might have that is advantage to him is the fact that they left the kid to the grandparents, and if YM can’t prove that she puts her daughter foremost, like if she’s booked herself so busy in the next 5years, while HL can prove otherwise, then maybe the law will be with him. Otherwise, all else equals, YM has just as much chance as HL. The only thing is if Noemie speaks up and name her preference, and that will swing the pendulum quite a bit. Like I said I doubt this custody battle is true. and you wouldn’t know about it tbqh, they managed to keep their divorce silent until the paper is done (not just oh we are heading to divorce), pretty sure this possibly the same.
  • @snowy “So now if Noemie stays with Yang Mi, then the father’s side should be the one who visit, that’s how it work, that’s life.” yup, and that’s why we sympathise with Lau Dan. We never said he couldn’t visit his grandchild, we are just saying as the years go on, it will be a lot harder for him and his wife. And I think you guys somehow attack me when i clearly said I think it should be the parents’s job to take the child to visit their grandparents, instead of making the grandparents to visit the child. That’s why I said YM or HL should take Noemie back to see YM’s grandparents, and everyone will be fine? But somehow those two don’t want to do that, god know why. @alexa777 I understand you are YM’s fan, but you are not understanding my POV, as much as Lau Dan and his wife and YM’s parents can take a trip to see their grandchildren, however, why couldn’t the parents do that? (Too busy making money?) Taking their child to see their grandparents and make it a family holidays? Double winner? “Sometimes Yang Mi visits Noemie in school days, should she take Noemie to beijing then? ” what’s about other time? School holidays? I don’t say constantly taking her daughter to Beijing, that’d be stupid, work your schedule, she’s rich enough and smart enough that I’m sure it ain’t hard. Also news flash, less than 4 years of age, school ain’t that important. They can miss a week or so now and then, and it would be fine. Bonding time and socialising are just as valuable to the child as going to childcare.
  • @littlefish "because the kid seems to always stay in HK, and has never seen to go back to mainland, they assume YM and HL aren’t going to fly her back to mainland this year?" - this might be true. This also should be applied to Yang Mi too, she has never posted any picture of her child. No picture of how Yang Mi takes care of her daughter, people assume Yang Mi is a bad mother. It's common for the child to stay with the father's family and the maternal side is the one who visits, that's life that how it work - ok, I see your point. So now if Noemie stays with Yang Mi, then the father's side should be the one who visit, that's how it work, that's life.
  • @mangotango I think Yang Mi holds Chinese citizenship - her passport's color is red, it's Chinese - and Chinese Law does not allow dual citizenship. So yeah, she's not Canadian. I think Hawick will have advantages, just my feeling.
  • @snowy The marriage was not legalised in China? Giving preference to mothers is common in the Commonwealth law. Does Yangmi holds a Canadian passport? I do not see how this will disadvantage her if she does. I do not know the implications if one of the parent is not legally a Canadian according to Canadian law assuming the custody is filed in.Canada.
  • @alexa777 Maybe because Laudan is an actor, people recognize him, know him through his characters. But Yang Mi's parents are not in entertainment, so people just ignore the fact that they are the parents too, they also love their grandchild too
  • @terrycrews19 I think the court will take place in Canada. Hawick holds Canadian citizenship, Yang Mi and Hawick got married/divorced in Canada. So I think the court will be there too, and maybe Hawick will have a upper-hand on this
  • @snowy yes I don’t get it either why laudan is so important for some people. They put him on pedestal. Is it sooo hard for them to let noemie visit Yang Mi and family just for.. let say.. twice a year maybe? She has a right to visit her mom, her grandparents too. I just don’t get it. Maybe it’s because HK people think too highly of themselves. They think they are more superior than people in china.
  • @alexa777 Yes, I didnot know why people always asked whether Yang Mi would come back to HK for holiday - New year holiday (when they still were in marriage) but never asked whether LKW took their child to Beijing to see her maternal grandparents. They feel bad for Laudan but never feel bad for Yang Mi's parents who have flown back and forth for the past several years. Are Laudan and his wife more important than Yang Mi's parents?
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