Ali Lee Shares Her Reflection of 2020

By on December 4, 2020 in Hong Kong, NEWS

Ali Lee Shares Her Reflection of 2020

2019 was meant to be the year for Ali Lee (李佳芯) to shine. But after her landslide TV Queen victory in 2018, Ali had little time to catapult her success. In the summer of 2019, at the heat of the Hong Kong protests, Ali shared a pro-democracy post on social media, angering many Chinese netizens. To salvage her image as quickly as possible, TVB pulled her out of dramas and froze her. She had to step down from her roles in the sequels for Legal Mavericks <踩過界>, Big White Duel <白色強人>, and Who Wants a Baby? <BB來了>, the series that won Ali Best Actress.

Ironically, Ali’s popularity increased after getting frozen. In June, she released her first autobiography. In August, TVB announced Ali’s return to television, starring as the titular role in their upcoming romantic comedy AI Rhapsody <智能愛(AI)>. Ali is slowly, but surely, coming back to the forefront.

Ali, who turned 38 years old on November 27, shared a reflective post on social media the day after. She expressed that she is living life little by little, acknowledging her past experiences yet also welcoming the unknowns of her future. 

She wrote, “I have always been taking small steps forward, but once I collect myself, I have come to realize that though I may have experienced a lot, I still have a lot left to discover. As I stand there staring at the future, countless sounds flood through the air, some far and some close. Every single one of them bring upon a warm shadow, like they’re real. They take one step, and the light follows. On this atypical year, they allow time to draw a face with the most beautiful smile. On this atypical day, you and I simply and plainly continue to go forward little by little.”

Source: TOPick

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  • 12 comments to Ali Lee Shares Her Reflection of 2020

    1. jingxi2943 says:

      Happy news!:)

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    2. tt23 says:

      Thank GOD that nightmare is over and she’s been given opportunities again. Would have been a waste. I also can’t get over how pretty Ali is.

      Tvb is dumb.

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    3. conan2209 says:

      Ali, my love!

      Still cannot get over how dumb and how insecure the Chinese netizens are over a simple post.

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      • exodus replied:

        @conan2209 it’s cause they’re brainwashed by ccp/prc to not think on their own and see controlled by them!!! It’s funny it always seems like people who get frozen by tvb usually do a lot better afterwards…

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    4. terry123 says:

      To me, Ali is not just pretty. She is full of grace and elegance. From her interviews, we can tell she is a mature woman with a lot of depth. I admire her character and wish her the best of luck in acting and life.

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    5. bubbles23 says:

      Ali! I love the way she presents herself so relaxed yet graceful. Never once did I feel she had the typical celebrity “I’m better than you” vibe from her. A true actor, and thinker. This is the kind of influence needed! I hope her career will reach new heights, and I hope her age doesn’t stop her.

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    6. yuyu says:

      I hope TVB gives her more opportunities! She has strong screen presence that keeps you wanting to look at her. I want to see more of her!

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    7. luye says:

      WOW she does NOT look 38 at all… did not even know that

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    8. mulder99 says:


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    9. skyblue says:

      Has the standard drop? Ali a goddess and capable actress? Hmm…guess these days the lack of quality actresses such as Carol Cheng, Anita Yuen, Maggie Cheung, Alice Chan appearing on series does give her a more room to shine….

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      • conan2209 replied:

        @skyblue ah see! All of us define acting skills differently cos it’s as abstract as art is! I think the world of Ali’s acting but very little of Myolie.

        Really a case of to each their own!

        Stay entertained but most importantly, stay safe and stay well!

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        • skyblue replied:

          @conan2209 yes it is personal taste and surprised at the mention of Myolie since she wasn’t one that I mentioned that has far superior acting skills than Ali. Nice try 🙂

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