• @theyenman Hi, you couldn't have said it better. In UK, my daughter had experienced racist remarks from them. They don't really like the Chinese. Maybe because we are too hardworking people and they are afraid we will take over their jobs soon ...hahaha. If the HK youths now wants a democracy country, i dread to see if HK will be under these rioters one fine day. What will be the outcome.
  • Its pretty sad to see what the rioters are doing to Hong Kong. Their rioting seems to have no end goal. If you ask me, China's actually shown real restraint in all of this. Had this been done in Trump's country, you know the orange clown would have sent in the police and army guns blazing. It honestly feels like the rioters are trying to goad China into sending in the army, and China is not taking the bait. I dont blame them for showing restraint. What's funny is these Hong rioters think the Brits or Americans can help when those two countries are knee deep in their own problems. They aren't going to give a crap about you guys. If the Brits were really trying to help and not manipulate you suckers in helping the US, they would have given all those HKers the opportunity for Brit citizenship back in 97, rather than freaking out about an influx of Chinese people to their beloved UK. Lets be honest. The Brits are about the most racist people in the world. Brexit pretty much proves it. Why would you think they would help you when you aren't white? You guys are just making Chinese people look bad now with your sucking up to foreign powers.
  • That dude gives off such a creepy vibe. He looks like a serial killer who'd lure you into his apartment and film himself murdering you.
  • Her husband has some crazy powerful genes. Both her kids look a lot like the dad. I still think her husband looks like Sam Hui's late older bro Ricky Hui. It's like he timewarped from the 80's to present day lol.
  • @theyenman omg that hair. Can't believe it's still the same lol But this article sheds light on their apparent aesthetic disparity and why she may have settled: https://www.jaynestars.com/news/linda-chungs-husband-is-very-shy/ He is the nephew of TVB chairman... And is rich.
  • @theyenman "just the collar" = it would be nice, if he had an entire makeover starting with the dated hair too.
  • I definitely feel like Linda's not really telling the truth here in that she pretty much settled because she was rushing to start a family. I know this sounds really superficial, but if judging by looks, her husband definitely punched above his weight class with Linda Chung. I mean, there's really no sugar coating it. And I definitely don't think there was enough time for her to just fall for purely his personality. The continuous gushing about how perfect he is for her sounds kind of like her trying to convince herself that she didn't settle. The more she gushes, the more it sounds fake, to be honest. That being said, I do think her husband looks like the type who would dote on her and their kids, while Linda totally looks like the controlling type. So in the end, even though she settled, it probably worked out for the best for her. Just wanted to add, if Linda wants to continue being in the spotlight with her husband, she really needs to hire a fashion consultant to give the guy a makeover. I know he's already shown some improvement in the photo, but dude really needs to get a new hair style. And did no one point out he needed to fix his collar before taking that photo? lol
  • Lol, the guy sounds like he just finished a grueling marathon run and gasping for air. Dude is not a good singer at the best of times. Him trying to cover for his weak voice makes it worse. And then you add the girl, who is clearly way stronger, and it just exacerbates the guy's terrible delivery of the song overall.
  • @theyenman Hong Kong is a good city to earn money if have the ability but not a good place to live a life due to huge expenses. Even a a miniature flat without space to walk will cost ridiculous price. No wonder many sell off and emigrate when older...
  • Hong Kong housing prices are nuts. A statistic has an average price of a home in Hong Kong to be about 30 times the average annual household income. By comparision, Canada is about 4 times, even with Vancouver skewing things. And we complain about high house prices here lol. And it's not even an unsolvable thing. The government artificially keeps it high on purpose by not allowing for further expansion. Less than 30% of the island is actually developed, leaving 70% just empty land. I'm surprised Hongers don't protest more about the local government working hand in hand with local developers in keeping the prices so artificially high so both parties can make absurd amounts of money on the backs of regular people. Instead, they just complain about China all the time. Ah well, not my city, so what do I care I guess.
  • @theyenman I agree with you and do not like chopstick legs as they look anorexic look. Of course no one likes big fat legs too but her legs are too thin.
  • @theyenman at 67, he maintains his age well. their marriage was a win-win. if she wanted to be like Cathy Tsui, she should have found a younger man.
  • @theyenman I agree. It was a fair business transaction. Not everyone can do it. I wonder if he has children. If so, they must be older than her and were infuriated that he married such a young woman.
  • I don't look down on either party. He wanted a young girl for obvious reasons, and she wanted a lavish lifestyle. It's a pretty fair tradeoff. Hope for both their sakes it was worth it.
  • @theyenman Right? Looks anorexic for sure. It's just like one of those HK actresses who also is not good looking or attractive but super skinny but they call her attractive. I was scratching my head. lol haha
  • I must have very different standards for what constitutes good looking. Those chopstick legs are like the complete opposite of what I would consider good looking. Can't say I dig the anorexic look at all. Guess people in China like their girls cocaine snorting thin.
  • @theyenman OH MY GOD. FINALLY SOME NEUTRAL STANDING!! I'm so sick of people trashing JW like crazy (we all pretty much know her career is halting for quite a bit after this) but then..what about AH? It takes two people to screw up and the amount of hate she is getting is faaar worse than he us. Plus he's had a track record of issues with SC before.. so where's his hate? I don't condone what JW and AH did at all, I think it's wrong and theres definitely consequences to the entire scandal. However, that being said, I don't think JW or her freakin FAMILY deserve the amount of hate they're getting. Death threats??? well if it was me i'd sure as hell fly away asap.
  • @purplerain @theyenman - I totally agree with you two. I’ve read many of the comments about Jacqueline and Andy, but this is the first time I have commented. I agree with you that a lot of the comments are way over the top. I don’t understand why people get so upset over celebrities they do not know personally. Yes, they are public figures and all, but so what? Their lives does not affect you or most likely anyone you know personally. And just because they are celebrities, it does not give the people the right to cyber bully them. Sure, what Jacqueline and Andy did was horrific and deserve criticism, but if it continues over and over again, then that becomes bullying. Both Andy and Jacqueline have apologized, and we hope they have really learned their lesson. Sammi has forgiven, and Kenneth has said to move on and let this issue passed. If the 2 people who are most affected by this scandal can move on, why can’t everyone else. Just leave them be and everyone should just move on with their lives. Doesn’t everyone have more important and productive things to do than to constantly comment on this issue on a daily basis? Are the lives of celebrities that important?
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