• @tvbrama Men always get the easier end of the stick when it comes to having kids as they have a longer biological clock versus women as many believe I guess. When a couple cannot have kids, they always blame the women but what about the men? Sometimes it is the man not the woman that has fertility issues.
  • @coralie Oh, like my comment said, I was only talking about a double standard when it comes to the age women have children, not shotgun weddings. And while I don’t necessarily agree with your opinion, I do respect it! (:
  • @tvbrama nah. i'm an equal opportunity shotgun shooter. i called shotgun on kevin cheng, linda chung, feng shaofeng, etc. anyways, i think it's really disrespectful to only get married when there's a kid involved. if they're going to screw around without caring about the consequences, getting married for the sake of a child does not make them more presentable. they are blatantly using marriage as an excuse to make themselves look better due to a "mistake." (of course if they MEANT for that to happen, even less need to do shotgun marriages.)
  • Congratulations to Niki and her family! I personally don’t get why it matters whether someone had a shotgun wedding or has a geriatric (late) pregnancy … to be honest, to me, I think there’s a double standard when it comes to the age women have children. I see many men have kids well into their 30s and 40s - even 50s, yet no comment on how old they will be compared to their child. I don’t know. Either way, shotgun wedding, age, not the focus! Wishing her a happy and healthy pregnancy. ❤️
  • @tvbrama Yes, Louisa! Found the article: https://www.jaynestars.com/news/nathan-ngai-let-go-from-tvb-amid-sexual-harassment-accusations/
  • I’m really happy for her that’s she grown so much as a person and also developed in skills career-wise as well. Her outlook is very mature and nice to read about. Wishing her and her husband lifelong happiness. <3
  • @oystergirl I think I know who you are talking about - was it Miss Hong Kong 2015 Louisa Mak (麥明詩) and Nathan Ngai (魏焌皓)? I just remember there being rumors he forced a kiss on her while filming Line Walker 2: The Prelude or something like that.
  • @tvbrama saw her ig post.. doubt she’ll deny it. Hope tracy is not another Grace Chan to deny & clarified her preg news
  • @coralie very true. I cringe every time I hear those questions - it’s so awkward for the person being asked and if I were in that position I’d hate asking those questions as well.
  • @oystergirl Oh yeah, I completely agree with everything you’re stating. It’s annoying to hear people be asked these questions all the time - about kids, about marriage, etc. because it’s truly none of their business and only the involved parties’ business. It just seems that when they ask these questions they stop considering all factors why people don’t have kids or aren’t married - like you said, financial, health, fertility, precious miscarriages, etc. etc. or very simply don’t want to be married/have kids. But I don’t see these questions always being asked ever going away.
  • @tvbrama rude & invasive questions are the bread 'n butter of HK papz.
  • @tvbrama Personally, I'd argue that it's ALWAYS rude to ask. I don't understand why people do it. What if the couple doesn't want kids, had simply put on some weight (such as the case with Tracy - maybe), or are incapable of conceiving for whatever reason (finance, health etc.), then you would have brought up a potentially sore subject. I have a friend who has issues with conceiving, and every time we hang out, 10/10 times, there will be one insensitive woman in the group who will bring it up. Come on, if she's pregnant, she will eventually volunteer that information. And if she doesn't, she's either not pregnant, or chooses not to disclose. What's the sense in continuously prodding? I've also noticed that more often than not, questions like these ("when are you getting married?" is another one that irks me) are a result of plain nosiness rather than any genuine concern for the person on the receiving end. People need to realize that these are very private, sensitive subjects, and are none of anyone's business, aside from the couple involved.
  • On her most recent Instagram post her caption said, “Chubby, happy, but no baby.” So I doubt it unless she just doesn’t want to admit it yet? Though to me it’s always odd when people are questioning if one’s pregnant… dunno, to me it feels pushy and at times rude/invasive to ask.
  • Congratulations to Raymond and Carina! What a way to end 2019! :)
  • While I’m sad to see her leave the Hong Kong entertainment industry because I believe she’s very talented, I’m also insanely proud of her. Pursuing one’s dreams after having a really good career is hard and scary, and it’s great she’s doing it. I’m happy she had a good career at TVB + in Hong Kong in general that she can be proud of. I’ll miss seeing her all the same as I’ve missed seeing her these past few years. Also, psychology is a hard and interesting field, so really cool she’s been and is continuing to pursue it!
  • Yay, love the main cast and hope the story will be good too. Really excited to see Wayne and Moses work together again, also love Ali of course. :)
  • @bubbles23 That’s true, and I can think of many examples of what you’re saying, but I’m just speaking on the account that many fans expected that Ali’s character had to 100% come back when her return in the end was ambiguous in the first place.
  • @tvbrama but the ending scene did make it like she did not die. And if tvb really wanted to bring someone back, they tend to find a plot to do so, no matter how unrealistic so...
  • @tungamy Exactly what I’ve been thinking. I am a fan of Ali but many of her others fans were angry about her being cut out of the sequel. Though I never understood how she could’ve been in the sequel in the first place if she died in the first series.
  • @luye I have long been aware of this fact, just crazy to me still.
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