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    1. Toby Leung is Pregnant Two Months After Marriage!
  • Hazel:
    Shotgun wedding then?

  • 2. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • vbabe8:
    I haven't seen the film either, here in America. But because of it's story line, nature of the film, it's adult-like theme; don't understand why the director or her parents allowed an underage child no matter if she feels she can do it, take on such a challenge of a movie like this. I would think because Asian community frowns on films of this nature, I wonder how it passed their censor parameters to circulate this movie in their theaters. It's unfortunate that her first break-out film debut ends up being such a scandal sentiment in value rather than her acting ability. I also feel bad that the actors in the film who also suffer at the hands of harsh criticisms of this controversial film, it was probably their debut too.Parents did not do their wise decision making regarding their daughter's choice of movie scripts, I'm sure they had to sign their parental authorization on tha contract too to allow their daughter to star in such an adult type themed movie. Yes, they could've gotten an older actress at least over the age of 18 to take on that part of "Third Wife". Asian women have the advantage of looking much younger than their age, they're lucky that way. I wouldn't mind watching that movie and get my own take about that movie, judge it for myself rather than others tell me what is valuable or not. Wishing Nygyen good luck in her future film choices as a good actress, be patient, it will come, it just won't be now. Directors, producers of films they get involved in to be careful, mindful, never mind being greedy, it never really works out most times, I'm sure censorship is still around too. I just wonder about the impact of this film for the innocents at that age as pedophiles or criminals of that nature to continue their hunt for malicious fun on the prowl.

  • 3. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • NiangNiang:
    @yuyu Well, some people will say that Asian (me included) are way too conservative and judgemental BUT I prefer to be labeled conservative and judgemental than supporting that kind of movie. Her parent can decides what is good for her and I also have my right to decide what is good for me and my children which is stay away from this movie....

  • 4. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • Rika:
    "Why aren’t people more focused about how my child and I have received the applause of overseas audiences? Why aren’t they concerned about how touched we are about it? What about how happy we feel when we see overseas audiences line up for hours to get autographs?" - Who gives a sh-t about their need for vain recognition? "Many assume that my daughter will be unable to grow up healthily and happily because of this movie. Why can’t they believe and trust in our decision?" - Because it's not their f--king daughter the general public is concerned with. It is to prevent giving the general population the idea that it is okay to sexualize an underage girl. It is to protect OTHER children! Such imbeciles!

  • 5. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 Of course we won't consider ourselves as victims because the whole brainwashing process, we will be oblivious to the process of it happening. The Kamikaze who sacrificed themselves during the world war never thought of themselves as 'victims'.

  • 6. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • Dramas4me:
    I agree with many people here that they could have cast someone 18 who looks younger for this role. I will not watch this movie and to me it's pornography. The girl lost her innocent and she will never be the same after this. I think these are the reasons that it happened. #1. The director wanted controversial, so the movie can be big. #2. The parents wanted the $$$$. #3. The girl wanted attention - she is young, so I'm not blaming her. It's the adults that made the wrong decisions.

  • 7. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @jimmyszeto No, it's okay Jimmy! I respect your views and your upbringing that shaped a unique you! :) I'm happy to see that you also respect mine. I don't identify myself as a victim or a chess piece though, nor do I believe opinions can ever be neutral. I am in control of myself, and I am just me. Cool example, my favourite is Monte Cristo

  • 8. Simon Yam and Him Law Star in “Little Q”
  • Yuyu:
    We give them ten years of our life, and they give us their entire lives! That is so touching. The trailer looks good. Definitely watching for Simon Yam. Never like Him Law

  • 9. Lau Kong’s Love for Acting
  • BearBear:
    One of my fav veterans.

  • 10. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • Yuyu:
    @niangniang I watched the trailer too. You are right! It's disturbing. Her acting may be great but no way a 12 year old is cast in such role. I see the husband, I see paedophile. Maybe the parents are liberal or the girl is aiming for a breakthrough role, maybe it's art or maybe we can't stop sick people thinking sick stuff, but this is just too much for me.

  • 11. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • jimmyszeto:
    @kinner Why do we need to watch the movie before deciding? It's the whole principle of the idea. We already know the theme of the movie so watching it before deciding whether it is wrong is not is irrelevant. As for the mother..It does not matter if she initially refused to let her child act in the movie because the end result is, the mother authorised her daughter's involvement in the movie.

  • 12. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • NiangNiang:
    I saw the trailer and from the trailer alone it's quite disturbing....If a 12 years old is not allows to watch the movie alone what made is acceptable to cast her into it....

  • 13. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • jimmyszeto:
    @potatochip Probably Elaine put her name down for Crazy Runners for publicity but didn't turn up much....

  • 14. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 We are victims of our own circumstances and environment. i'm not showing discrimination towards you. Sorry about that! Maybe I used poor choice of words to describe you as 'manipulated or manufactured product' but I couldn't think of an alternative choice of words at the time. Maybe I should have used the words 'slightly misled' due to circumstances instead or 'just a pawn on a chess board' behind the real powerful decision makers. We are all victims of our own circumstances and upbringing. For example, I can't find a noodle bar to walk into for lunch when i was younger. Had to make do with a sandwich and now I've become a big fan of sandwiches. I'm not discriminating but just can't take your opinions on board as neutral comments due to the emotional and environmental factors that may have weighed upon you....

  • 15. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • linda8765:
    @goodday Hey I just saw this, sorry for the late response. I don't know why you addressed "there was rule of law by uk" to me, but cool. In what context are you talking about this? Unfortunately during the period when the British colonised Hong Kong, none of the Chinese there enjoyed any of the rule of law. The rule of law however in Britain has an extradition bill 2003. And I see you have linked many what some might call reputable 'resources'. There's 3 articles on Hong Kong Free Press. Never have heard of this, literally their position is already written in the name of it. Don't think I need to explain more about this. Then we have an article from next digital media, a subsidiary of apple daily, founded and linked with Taiwan pro independency people. Long sigh. Also don't think I need to explain this. Then you've linked a South China Morning Post, but if you took some time to actually read the article, you'd realise that it doesn't support your argument? How did the Chinese gov interfere? Then we have the New York Times owned by americans who vouch for their government and presidents slogan 'america first'. Rioters got cash and some has green cards to America, what do people expect New York times to side on? Let me guess, somebody here also follows Fox news? Good job @Good day. haha. Note: I actually replied a day ago to your other message, but Jaynestar for some reason won't let me post it!

  • 16. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • applelim:
    I am glad they have pulled the film out. It is outrageous that the director cast a 12 yr old girl for this role...more even so with the comments from the girl's parents!!!! $ sign in their eyes obviously. They could easily find an adult to cast in this role!

  • 17. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • PotatoChip:
    @jimmyszeto Yeah, I am confused how she can be a part of Crazy Runner but finds a 5K challenging.

  • 18. Lau Kong’s Love for Acting
  • PotatoChip:
    It's so nice to see articles about such wonderful but underappreciated artists.

  • 19. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • PotatoChip:
    @kinner It's hard to be open minded about depictions of child pornography.

  • 20. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @jimmyszeto How does a long response equate to being defensive? Ummm, I have a feeling that somebody hasn't actually seen what a essay looks like? Ummm yeah. Maybe for somebody typing fast and reading fast is easy and fun. Maybe to some others it's hard to formulate a small 4ish paragraph response. Though for me this doesn't take time or effort. Nothing on this forum aggravates me, unlike somebody else who then becomes defensive (like some who aggressively go attacking others personally). You can say I'm ignorant, a PRC, a communist, have a bad upbringing, it only reflects badly on the writers part. Really, I like getting replies as it's just for laughs in my view. I talked about my life? You mean how I see how my patriotism grew from my values? How is that about my life? It's my opinions/views. Check in the dictionary but 'opinion' is a long shot to be a synonym for 'life'. But who here talked about their personal life without anyone asking? Somebody from England, who I suspect still lives at home as they can only watch TVB when their dad turns it on? Ooohhh, flashbacks. I'm not talking about my life, just replying with my views to your presumed assumptions about me, and how you "don't blame it" on my upbringing. What I talked about was my values/opinions/views, not where I live or if I have a dad. Nice to know you don't care ("interested") about me too. I would be worried if you did. Haha. Why are you quoting your own words "manufactured product"? Suddenly it doesn't seem very upright to have created and used this to describe a person right? De-humanising especially for someone who once mentioned in this thread that they don't support "discriminators". It's also beneficial to recognise that all opinions are biased, it's "not your fault, I'm sure" to have not realised this. lols. On my part, writing and reading comments has always been light-hearted and fun. I think I mentioned that in my earlier comments but in no way do I go out of my way to try to influence others. The way that you have gathered, processed, judged and concluded ("therefore") that my opinions can't be taken seriously by you .... ummm... haha... how should I break this to you? Were you actually taking me seriously from the beginning? On my part that definitely wasn't the aim. But if my comments did have that effect on you, I'm sorry I let you down.

  • 21. Nicholas Tse Makes Guest Appearance at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • biao:
    Nicholas and Hins are both wellcome at my concert too....when I learn to sing!

  • 22. Li Yifeng is Super Touchy with Other Men and Fans Don’t Know How To Feel About It
  • biao:
    He seems to be a very loving, and emotionally grounded person. It's great to see people like him who don't have hangups!

  • 23. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 Who is the one on the defensive here? No need to write an essay about your life. No one is interested. The whole process of developing into a ‘manufactured product’ is that the victims will not realise it is happening to themselves. Therefore, I can’t take any of your opinions seriously since they will be biased. Not your fault, I’m sure...

  • 24. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @afan202 You guess I drank Chinese koolAid? I guess you pocketed money and expecting a green card? Or even better like Nathan Law, with a Yale degree in the process. Haha.

  • 25. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @afan202 What made you think I have a PRC education? Haha lols. Miss the mark and doesn't offend me at all, only highlights that the only method some people have (when on the losing end) is to personally attack without any basis. Hope it makes someone feel a bit better though. Probably needs it from their doomed and gloomy life. I laugh at statements like that though, it's the product of their inability to win an argument which then manifests into 'off the topic' personal attacks and assumptions, typical of a sore loser. @afan202, if the police weren't there - blocking traffic and train platforms by physically making a human wall and pushing/intimidating ordinary people from boarding, digging up concrete to use to throw at opposers, provoking violent physical/verbal abuse on suspected spies and Mainland tourists, and setting fire to the police station... all which happened without police interference. The rioters tie suspects up and beat them. Umm, not self defence. One rioter even chased a defenceless guy on a stretcher, who was on the way to the hospital still trying to hit him. Man... "if you push me, I will push back"? No, it's more like "if you don't support us, expect to be hit". Violence was used against people, against property. It's scares everyone. There is a thug like attitude amongst rioters, blocking commuters, smashing windows, booing those who don't side with them. Violence should never be used. There is no way to justify that. Not even police who some people blindly see "used excessive force", because they didn't. Tear gas and rubber bullets are harsh? Welcome to America and something called real bullets. Somebody should try the violence these rioters have imposed in Hong Kong to America. Imagine doing a riot there and setting the police office on fire, I would only dream to be hit by tear gas and rubber bullets. haha.

  • 26. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • terrycrews19:
    This is insane, they easily could've found an 18 year old baby face.

  • 27. Li Yifeng is Super Touchy with Other Men and Fans Don’t Know How To Feel About It
  • terrycrews19:
    Lol, historically in most countries, even in China, physical contact between friends of the same sex is widely accepted... This American puritanical view where all physical contact is sexual and sinful is a very recent phenomenon in terms of world history. Americans even get squirmy when Europeans kiss each other on the cheek. I say this behavior is still quite prevalent in cultures that havent been that heavily influenced by American culture.

  • 28. Joe Chen Opens Up About Love Life in “Meeting Mr. Right”
  • msxie0714:
    @miyabi LOL! younger guys are easier on the eyes and usually more supportive of women than old and wrinkled elders. $ is notthe object, since she makes plenty herself.

  • 29. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • miyabi:
    lol, i don't get the director's logic to cast such a young girl for this role. 50+ year old men are always cast to play 30+ year olds, but somehow younger females are expected to play roles of older women? she's really just trying to justify her reasons for casting such a young child. "oh she's really mature for her age" and "oh she's really a great actor" lol whatever, directors do whatever they want. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • 30. Joe Chen Opens Up About Love Life in “Meeting Mr. Right”
  • miyabi:
    she doesn't look 40 at all.. but having a much younger husband isn't a good idea. when u die, he gets all your money. look for an older husband! when he dies, u get all his money!! :D

  • 31. Lau Kong’s Love for Acting
  • tvbrama:
    Love Lau Kong, always plays his characters well, always gives his 110% for each performance. He’s appreciated and I wish him happiness and health. (:

  • 32. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • afan202:
    @linda8765 Since you had a PRC education, I don't blame your blatant ignorance. haha

  • 33. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • afan202:
    @linda8765 Linda, if the police weren't there, there will be no violence. Violence is not against people, not shops, there is not looting, violence is only against police who used excessive force against the general public. If you push me, I will push you back. Is that violence?

  • 34. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • afan202:
    @linda8765 I guess you drank the Chinese koolAid!!

  • 35. Lau Kong’s Love for Acting
  • orchid123:
    Lau Kong is an excellent actor. He has a loud, strong and clear voice, and can act all kinds of roles, good, ugly and villainous.

  • 36. Xu Kai and Bai Lu’s Intimate Behavior Heightens Dating Speculations
  • SunnySun:
    Both of them are pretty handsy with each other and it seems like they are more than friends. Plus, this looks like it's part of a scene anyways. I actually love their chemistry.

  • 37. Nicholas Tse Makes Guest Appearance at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • miyabi:
    their friendship is so heartwarming. T_T lol nic really looks like a dad now. 10 years ago he wouldnt even be wearing a buttoned down shirt for a casual appearance!

  • 38. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @sam01 they never cause anyone major injury besides those small flash in the eyes n throwing bottles but they know police has full helmut, shield to block. Nothing compared to violence from police n gangsters or thugs

  • 39. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @jimmyszeto Man haha, to clarify what my comment meant: 1) You said you're in England and only know information about the protest from TVB (only when your dad turns it on). You made a clear stance on sitting on the fence (this means middle ground if you don't know) because you don't support either side 2) I said I justify (reason) with that, because if I were you and only watching TVB (lack of information) and in England I would also not support either side. 3) I apologised (it was actually a sincere apology) in my earlier comment because I didn't expect you to reply in the way you did; telling me where you're from, what news you're watching and stating what you supported. It sounded like you were invested in this issue, which is funny because you only follow it through TVB. For me, commenting is just for fun. I mentioned fox news just to be sarcastic, I didn't expect you to watch it or for you to respond seriously. I don't force people to take a side. I might laugh at someone's views, but it has no meaning for me to try to change anyone. What has this to do with your degree of passion? Um, I don't know you. I don't care about you. Maybe I mistook your seriousness for "defence mode". 4) Patriotism could be a product of propaganda, censorship and education. I wouldn't go as far as labelling "obviously" that all patriotic people to be a product of those that you mentioned. I give people a benefit of doubt, for me that is what I value - fairness. Instead of labelling people as a manufactured product of propaganda, for me it's nothing like you have mentioned. For me, it's really the love for the culture, values, tradition and knowing what my ancestors fought for and lived through. That gives me a sense of self. Belonging. De-humanising me online (you wrote "manipulated product"), that's not very upright is it? And then blaming my upbringing "that since you did not choose to be like this", is all but assumptions. In university my lecturers would always tell me that assumptions are pretty weak. Or maybe I'm outdated and it doesn't matter online whether one is decent or not. I would however imagine for those living in England to at least understand the Ofsted 'Fundamental British values' and at least one of the dot points, for instance basic "mutual respect". A value I think which is pretty universal. But if not to some, I mean to some extent at least try 'When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do'.

  • 40. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @linda8765there was rule of law by uk

  • 41. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @sam01 2 million came out protest but ignored. Protestors never hurted anyone except for self defense but goverment sent thuggisg gangster to use knives many times to stab them n police over violently cause them major trauma https://www.hongkongfp.com › hon... Hong Kong man in black slashed by assailants targeting protesters in Tsuen Wan | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP https://www.scmp.com › ... › Society Web results Rumours of armed gangs heighten North Point tensions after anti-government protesters' fight with mob | South China Morning Post https://www.hongkongfp.com › tho... Web results Thousands of Hong Kong lawyers stage rare protest urging end to political prosecutions during anti-gov't demos | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP https://s.nextmedia.com/realtime/a.php?i=20190820&s=10829392&a=59949153 If this extradiction law is pass hk economy will flop n many hker will be sent to concentration camp like xinjiang n dalian

  • 42. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @jimmyszeto 2 million came out protest but ignored. Protestors never hurted anyone except for self defense but goverment sent thuggisg gangster to use knives many times to stab them n police over violently cause them major trauma

  • 43. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @jimmyszeto https://www.hongkongfp.com › hon... Hong Kong man in black slashed by assailants targeting protesters in Tsuen Wan | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP https://www.scmp.com › ... › Society Web results Rumours of armed gangs heighten North Point tensions after anti-government protesters' fight with mob | South China Morning Post https://www.hongkongfp.com › tho... Web results Thousands of Hong Kong lawyers stage rare protest urging end to political prosecutions during anti-gov't demos | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP https://s.nextmedia.com/realtime/a.php?i=20190820&s=10829392&a=59949153 If this extradiction law is pass hk economy will flop n many hker will be sent to concentration camp like xinjiang n dalian

  • 44. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • wm2017:
    @dreamer lol.....right, it's sooo easy to find asians who are adults but still look extremely young.

  • 45. Joe Chen Opens Up About Love Life in “Meeting Mr. Right”
  • Ice006:
    She looks young for her age, she probably means the guy should too. As in should have aged well and not look super old. Not necessarily actually way young.

  • 46. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • kinner:
    It's very disappointing to read negative comments from people that have not seen the movie nor done some research on the matter before making uninformed judgements. I'm quoting from a previous article "..Trà My’s mother had not agreed to her daughter’s involvement, but Trà My’s fierce insistence changed her mind...... At that moment I hit the table furiously and questioned her, ‘Why don’t you believe that I can do it well…?’ ... and not long after agreed to let me act in the movie.” Using an underage actress to do 'adult' scences such as Pretty Baby, Blue Lagoon, Hounddog, etc. is not uncommon. Asian are way too conservative and judgemental. Watch the movie then decide, please.

  • 47. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • jimmyszeto:
    @goodday Let’s forget China for a sec. When the HK groups started these violent protests, China interference was nowhere to be seen yet. The way China rule the nation, some of your statements are correct but it does not mean the HK protesters are innocent peaceful protesters...

  • 48. Lau Kong’s Love for Acting
  • jimmyszeto:
    Probably one of the most important outstanding veterans in TVB’s history. Every performance is flawless and he is so familiar with us that we take it for granted...

  • 49. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • jimmyszeto:
    I hope the comments of the mother are translated correctly. Hahahaha. So the mother is defending the decision to let her child star in the movie by praising the performance. What kind of BS illogical reasoning is that? The parents need to be taken in for questioning. Not sure they are suitable to raise the child...

  • 50. Simon Yam and Him Law Star in “Little Q”
  • jimmyszeto:
    Not sure how Him Law went from a nobody in TVB with no hits to starring alongside the great ‘Simon Yam’...

  • 51. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • jimmyszeto:
    TVB goes the ATV route? Literally every man and his dog can be lead actors/actors from series to series. It does not seem a bad idea though that they have tailored made the theme for Joel since he is a good actor and can’t do too bad with a theme so familiar with himself. As for Elaine, it does not sound very positive about her athleticism if she thinks running a 5k is a big achievement and the confidence from Joel in her isn’t great. Long time coming too.I don’t think Elaine has led a series since her first series the brilliant ‘Safe Guards’ where all the cast was excellent apart from her...

  • 52. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • Dreamer:
    Disturbing! They couldve casted me. Im 25 and people say i look 15 at most

  • 53. Nicholas Tse Makes Guest Appearance at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • jimmyszeto:
    Oh ‘my pride’ song. The song where Joey sings the first line ‘pie in your eye’...

  • 54. Joe Chen Opens Up About Love Life in “Meeting Mr. Right”
  • Dreamer:
    @wm2017 maybe she meant that they must've studied or have the look of having studied? And it got lost in translations? Well, perhaps she truly like younger boys. As long as its two consenting adults, I dont see a problem

  • 55. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • Anon:
    Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel for scraps. Lol I like Joel as an actor but he's not leading material. RIP TVB!

  • 56. Joe Chen Opens Up About Love Life in “Meeting Mr. Right”
  • wm2017:
    “At a glance, he should look like he’s a student.” ???? She's 40 not 20? Really? haha Lol....

  • 57. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • sam01:
    @goodday ARE YOU BLIND? You and the pan-democratic still had the audacity to claim that this is a NON VIOLENT PEACEFUL PROTESTS? What a freaking joke. You and the shameless pan-dems should stop lying and twisting the facts you bunch of liars and hypocrites. It's extremely irresponsible and despicable of the shameless pan-dems to glorify this kind of violent behavior. Don't try to glorify violent mobs who blockaded and plugged the exhaust of a police vehicle. The riots digged up bricks at pavement and used sharp end of their umbrella as weapons. They blocked the public roads and highways, using metal barrier to charge at the police and storm the legislature building to prevent the lawmakers from casting their votes. It is a riot and there is nothing newsworthy of their comrade hood! These mobs and those fugitives they are rooting for will be brought to Justice. The preparations, etc, clearly shows the rioting was synchronised and organised. The bricks, sharp metal rods, petrol bombs, umbrellas, gas masks, liquid substance, bows and arrows, were all ordered in advance to inflict physical harm on the police and anyone who dared oppose them. The rioters cannot force their opinions on those who support the bill by rioting and holding the city and its inhabitants hostage. This is not democracy, this is mob rule. https://dynaimage.cdn.cnn.com/cnn/digital-images/org/8c30be3f-557c-4e40-b098-64d9ad333545.jpeg https://cdn.dimsumdaily.hk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/28230928/Screenshot-2019-07-28-at-11.07.22-PM.jpg

  • 58. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • sam01:
    @goodday @linda8765 An outsider? I was born and raised in Hong Kong. The protesters never hurted anyone except for self defense? Yeah right" you're indeed a great liar! You must be blind if you can't see it. I've watched everything on Live TV. SO SPARE US YOUR CROCODILE TEARS! We all saw the behaviour of the HK hooligans on TV and read about their death threats to the police on social media, targeting their families and pointing lasers in their eyes. The police were only doing their jobs. Next time, bring out the PLA paramilitary police for these hooligans. You and the shameless pan-dems should stop lying and twisting the facts you bunch of liars and hypocrites.THIS IS YOUR SO CALLED 手無寸鐵 UNARMED PEACEFUL PROTEST! WHAT A FREAKING JOKE. Really can't stand their double standards and hypocrisy. You and the pan-democratic keep lying through your teeth, pointing fingers at the police for using violence against those protesters while on the other hand, you completely ignored and turned a blind eye on those rioters who waged chaos and violence against the police. The police force got hit by glass bottles and bricks thrown by these riots! It was them provoking the police force, that's why the police started to use tear gas! Serve them right, if this happens in anywhere else in the West, police will have open fire already. There is also a video of a mob lunging a metal rod at an already injured, profusely bleeding police man is evidence the mobsters were organised, prepared, armed and violent. It was "secret" but certainly not loose. Ready for assault. It was the police who were not ready. They used the least force and were mostly unprepared to defend the Legco storming. Their pepper sprays were in small containers designed to be used on single individuals and not big groups. There were no water canons deployed - which would have negated the need for physical contact with the violent mob. The police bosses should be queried why they were so unprepared since the possibility of a clash in Legco was pretty obvious! They should train at NYPD/Paris/London Met Police. https://resource01.ulifestyle.com.hk/res/v3/image/content/2370000/2373036/20_600.jpg?fbclid=IwAR1y8P-n1d2DJZaPENPtSQb_k37lWzHyh7DRhUkylmOyfJ7BLGDMItxICXo

  • 59. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • wm2017:
    I don't like either of them and I don't think they are leading material no matter how long they have been in TVB. Sorry! :D

  • 60. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • wm2017:
    Wow! 12 yo? Unbelievable! The mom must really love the $$$ to allow her to take part in it.

  • 61. Controversial Vietnamese Film, “The Third Wife”, is Pulled from Theaters
  • winnie:
    I havent seen the movie nor do i care to, but my feelings on this matter is very strong. FIRST, the director is using the girl to make a name for herself, very sad. She could have hire someone of legal age for the role, but she insisted on a CHILD, pedophile would love to line up to see this. SECOND, the role of the parents, i can't believe they are defending their decisions and 'pimp' out their child. Sad that $$ blinds them. There is NOTHING artistic about a child in bed with a man. Here in the states, the director and the parents could face some legal actions for producing child porn

  • 62. Joel Chan, Elaine Yiu Lead in New Running Drama
  • orchid123:
    Very happy for both Elaine Yiu and Joel Chan to have 1st lead roles in this drama series. They both are good in acting and are one of the best artistes in TVB nowadays.

  • 63. Xu Kai and Bai Lu’s Intimate Behavior Heightens Dating Speculations
  • LittleFish:
    Xu kai’s Fans need to take some chill pill, they are probably dating, and they are always so close that if Xu Kai doesn’t mind, they should stop complaining lol. Love them in Arsenal Military Academy xD

  • 64. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • jimmyszeto:
    @wm2017 Although Kenneth is boring as good characters, he was decent as villain in tiger cubs so should be exciting to see how he does here. Pakho is a terrible actor. He has fans and if it was someone else with his type of performances they would have been hugely criticised only by now. Mandy is a pantomime overacting actress so won’t be suitable for these serious roles and Nancy starting to look too aged for the younger roles. Roxanne and Priscilla are capable in the deeper roles but not sure Sisley is...

  • 65. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • sherla1019:
    @wm2017 Not so hyped about RL never liked him .........wonder how will Kenneth play out being evil in a series overall i'm super excited for it to finish filiming and start airing it out already havent been chasing tvb series like i use too just dont look appealing so i started to binge watch the 90's tvb series just finished Armed Reaction 1 & 2 now starting 3 LOL

  • 66. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • wm2017:
    @sherla1019 Yup, didn't understand the hype w/original LW at all but I like the prequel due to Pakho+Priscilla+Benjamin. They were a cute trio esp the subtle romance between Pakho+Priscilla. Sure, Priscilla isn't the best actress but who is? Sisley Choi? You practically see her in every series omg... aren't ppl tired of her yet? haha lol....I can never understand the hype w/Raymond L anyway but hey it is what it is. As always I find Kenneth Ma boring in everything but I am digging his new look here. Finally, it's change for him instead of the same old same old goody goody look? lol... I like Roxanne only...don't like Mandy or Nancy. Roxanne W should be in more series. She's got the looks and she acts/looks ok in the series I see her in. Much better than the same old faces we have been seeing.

  • 67. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • 1piscesish:
    I thought at one point, Chinese netizens were complaining that the characters were speaking English and not Chinese. Are they going to dub it to Mandarin for the release in Mainland?

  • 68. Quentin Tarantino Defends His Depiction of Bruce Lee in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
  • Hazel:
    @llwy12 This is unrelated, but do you know what happened with AsianFanatics? Did Athlon pull the plug on the site?

  • 69. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • sherla1019:
    same here Pakho is ok he's looks cute with Priscilla Wong in the series but i dont reallly like Sisley tho why cant they cast somebody like Mandy Nancy or Roxanna Tong

  • 70. Xu Kai and Bai Lu’s Intimate Behavior Heightens Dating Speculations
  • prettysup1:
    You guys should see the video, she was grabbing his butt a few times in it.

  • 71. Li Yifeng is Super Touchy with Other Men and Fans Don’t Know How To Feel About It
  • prettysup1:
    I thought the joint statement was released by their fan clubs, so it's actually by their agencies... Anyway when I saw that statement, I was wondering what happened between them? So it is because of him touching him lol...

  • 72. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 Not being passionate enough to take one side is defence mode? Just merely pointing out that patriotism is manufactured through propaganda, censorship and teachings. Every country has it but some a lot more than others. Obviously, you are a manipulated product and not your real self but I can’t blame you for that since you did not choose to be like this...

  • 73. Clifton Ko’s “Dearest Anita” Wins Best Cantonese Film at the Vancouver Chinese Film Festival
  • khoobunny:
    I watched this movie on the plane last month on my way to HK. At first, I was just going to check it out, but right from the beginning I was drawn into the movie with its great storytelling and touching portrayal of Anita Mui's life and her relationship with her friends and fans. I really enjoyed the movie and thought it was very well done and emotional. I'd definitely recommend it for those who grew up knowing Anita Mui.

  • 74. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @jimmyszeto With the internet Fox news would be readily available to anyone. But, I guess with you in England and all, I can justify why you would want to sit on the fence for this one. I'm sorry if I came across too strongly and got you into defence mode.

  • 75. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • miyabi:
    @anon agreed. i've seen some waving the american flag, even. lmao what? do they even know how much worse things are right now over there in america???? thousands have died from mass shootings and no one in congress is willing to exercise gun reforms, they give no shits to their citizens. women are raped and they're forced to carry their babies to full term and after that, they're forced to share joint-custodies with their rapists. most people are still earning below minimum wage. america isn't altogether "LAND OF THE FREE" as the white asses are proclaiming it to be. i'm all for a democractic government, but seriously, people have to be educated on their choices and have a firm grasp of understanding of what "democracy" and the full details of the proposed extradition bill mean, which i doubt the hundreds of thousands of rioters have. most of these people are ignorant and driven by irrational fear. fear of what would happen when an extradition bill is passed. fear of being plucked lawlessly from the streets (lol), or fear of change in general. the rioters don't know how good they have it in hong kong since 1997. has anyone been forced to wear communist garbs? work the fields? seriously millions of them probably work for large chinese companies. have they been ill-treated then? don't tell me these rioters are all working for british corporations in hong kong because i sure as hell don't believe it. all i know is, some disgusting murderer is not on trial yet and no justice for the dead girl is carried out yet, because of these people. sorry for digressing, mulan is a crap movie anyway which i don't plan on watching. i mean, hearing a group of ancient chinese peeps speaking in asian-english is just weird as hell. i know it's to cater for the western market, but still.

  • 76. Kristal Tin’s “Girlie Days” to Air on August 19
  • miyabi:
    i like kristal a lot.. but her husband is a pos...

  • 77. Li Yifeng is Super Touchy with Other Men and Fans Don’t Know How To Feel About It
  • miyabi:
    as a child he was probably raised to be very affectionate.

  • 78. Clifton Ko’s “Dearest Anita” Wins Best Cantonese Film at the Vancouver Chinese Film Festival
  • miyabi:
    sounds like a touching movie ;-; i want to watch it..

  • 79. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 Firstly I’m in England so there isn’t any Fox news and secondly the only thing I’ve seen are footage of the violence and protests on the TVB news channel which my dad has on a lot of the time. I’m not supporting any side because HK citizens are the worst discriminators of people from China. Also not a supporter of China for obvious reasons...

  • 80. Xu Kai and Bai Lu’s Intimate Behavior Heightens Dating Speculations
  • msxie0714:
    @wm2017 the 'guy' on the left actually is an actress dressed as a male.

  • 81. Xu Kai and Bai Lu’s Intimate Behavior Heightens Dating Speculations
  • wm2017:
    third collaboration? wow, no more actors/actresses to choose from huh? didn't watch anything of them but they look cute. guy looks younger and looks a bit feminine. haha

  • 82. Li Yifeng is Super Touchy with Other Men and Fans Don’t Know How To Feel About It
  • wm2017:
    lol? so what did that all mean? that he might be gay or just very flirtatious w/both men & women? haha

  • 83. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @jimmyszeto I didn't write that he is brave hence he is a patriot. I wrote that he is brave AND a patriot. Hong Kong rioters aren't patriotic. I think we all know that. To clarify, these rioters dare to be violent, inflicting physical harm and interrupting other peoples lives, but yet they aren't game to own up to what they have done. If I physically attacked you and caused you injuries, I would own up to it. I'm liable after all. But these people... hit and run. Covered from head to toe. They justify that it's okay to be violent because they are "protesting". Brainwashed by western media is not good. Continue reading your Fox News.

  • 84. Clifton Ko’s “Dearest Anita” Wins Best Cantonese Film at the Vancouver Chinese Film Festival
  • Anon:
    I'm in Vancouver. This is the first time I've heard of this award.

  • 85. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • Anon:
    Raymond should've never returned but I can understand why.

  • 86. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • Anon:
    @meilin Funny how these rioters are fighting for "democracy" under Chinese rule, but never uttered a word during the British colonial era. I'm sure their white worshippers gave them plenty of democracy pre-1997. /s (The British never did, nor did they gave them any rights to vote yet you see these traitors waving British colonial flags pretending as they did)

  • 87. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @linda8765 https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/13/world/asia/hong-kong-protests-china.html China is inhumanely hurting its citizen everyday but they covered up. Lots of horror stories. You should search n dont let them brainwash u. Theyre listed as worst inhumane nation by un. They create fake news, distort the facts when needed As outsiders u dont know all the details on what happened in hk so how can u comment. The protesters never hurted anyone except for self defense. China hire gangs to hurt them n they undercovered as protestors so can blame them

  • 88. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @sam01 https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/13/world/asia/hong-kong-protests-china.html China is inhumanely hurting its citizen everyday but they covered up. Lots of horror stories. You should search n dont let them brainwash u. Theyre listed as worst inhumane nation by un. They create fake news, distort the facts when needed As outsiders u dont know all the details on what happened in hk so how can u comment. The protesters never hurted anyone except for self defense. China hire gangs to hurt them n they undercovered as protestors so can blame them

  • 89. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • jimmyszeto:
    @linda8765 A patriot does not mean he is brave. Could have been brought up like this or brainwashed by propaganda....

  • 90. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @oystergirl If he was just trying to max his income and self-promote, he'd earn more by just keeping his mouth shut and not do anything. His is patriotic because he knows the backlash he will get from his fans in Hong Kong, but he still does it because he is no coward. He does what he believes in. What do you think a true patriot does? Cover themselves and flash laser lights and be violent all in the name of democracy?

  • 91. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @goodday Haha communist arresting people? You mean the HK police who are arresting those who are violent. If I hit you I also expect to be arrested. Yep look at America, you get real bullets, not rubber ones and tear gas. Western media is biased as well. Worst human rights is decided by those who starts a war every year, those who wants to read one sided news will believe it as such. @goodday you have mentioned "reliable sites" and news a few times already on this forum. I guess you watch Fox News. Why don't you take your own advice and try it doing it yourself first. I am proud, never ashamed. Those who are ashamed, go ahead and wrap yourself in a British Flag. The British use to say "dogs and chinese not allowed". Go ahead and be a dog.

  • 92. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • linda8765:
    @goodday Haha goodday, seems like you are one of those HK rioters. Go back to school and learn better english first. Are you admitting you got paid to riot and be violent? Haha. Maybe if you had some brain you would know the statistics of people being shot TO DEATH in the US versus in Hong Kong (police being hit instead) and consequently come to some sort of realisation. How has the police behaved in a communist way? Or even inhumanely? I assume you haven't been to university or even finished high school. A tip - Don't just flop words you don't 100% understand and think you can get away with it. It only reflects poorly on yourself. I don't deserve to be in the US? You think YOU deserve it huh? Read my comment again, when did I say I'm from the US? What's with "go back to China and receive death penalty"? Talking about yourself? Cause if it's me, I'd certainly get praise and not a death penalty. @goodday You wrote "look at [the] communist killing their own people". @goodday, VERY WELL SAID, at least you admit you are Chinese and Hong Kong is a part of China. Have a good day :P

  • 93. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • wm2017:
    @hazel I like Pakho Chau & Priscilla Wong. haha LOL..I didn't like original LW but I did like them in the Prequel. :)

  • 94. Fala Chen Gives Update on Her New Married Life
  • oystergirl:
    I agree with the regular use of sunscreen, as well as a good work-life balance being conducive to great skin, but those are hardly "secrets". All those elaborate skincare regimens and essence/serum products are mostly marketing gimmicks (read: scams), though. Essence is essentially watered down moisturizer, and is no more or less "absorbent" than what beauty companies would have you believe.

  • 95. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • oystergirl:
    lol at "patriotic". That's way more credit than he deserves. True patriotism is more than performing simple rituals, like singing the national anthem or, in this case, dancing around in a flag cape. Those things are just symbolic gestures, and have no significance beyond that. Patriotism is actually working for the betterment of your country. What Jackson Wang is doing is not patriotism, but rather self-promoting.

  • 96. Raymond Lam and Kenneth Ma Team Up for “Line Walker 3”
  • Hazel:
    I hope Ben returns as 天堂哥 and Chau Pakho doesn't. Edit: Never mind, Pakho returns. Terrible actor though so I hope his scenes get cut significantly.

  • 97. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • sam01:
    @goodday Shame on you and the pan-dems for defending these criminals! Those hooligans aren't above the law! For the shameless pan-devils apologists for the rioters, you support impunity for the rioters when attacking the police and citizens who oppose them, vandalising HK businesses that happen to sell goods to mainland tourists, then be prepared for what goes round, comes around. Those yellow vest thugs can't have their cake and eat it too. Rule of law applies to everyone, not just to those you disagree with. Don't dish it out if you can't take it. The university student union leaders and the pan-dems gangs are demanding no prosecution on the vandals and those who hurled bricks, metal poles, petrol bombs and offensive chemical substance at police on one hand, while on the other hand demanding prosecution of the police on alleged violence - perfect example of selective prosecution they are advocating, while claiming to champion rule of law - perfect example of double talk. Democracy advocates everywhere are DISGUSTED with their antics. These clowns talk about upholding the rule of law and the judiciary, but are willingly to protest and cause chaos if a ruling goes against them. Really can't stand their double standards and hypocrisy. It is now obvious that you bunch of thugs just want to protest even for no clause.You simply do not care about Hong Kong stability and want to create Chaos. These thugs have terrorized Hong Kong for close to 2 months now with no end of this madness in sight. As of this moment, I am calling them terrorists. The riots totally deserve to be apprehended, prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law. These terrorists need to be taken off the streets as soon as possible.

  • 98. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • terrycrews19:
    @prettysup1 i think its gone far beyond American levels of polarization, like between Democrats and Republicans which is a bit insane. This isn't really a "one or the other" question, he can have a dual identity, esp, since his parents are immigrants from the mainland, and he's a 2nd gen immigrant in Hong Kong.

  • 99. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • meilin:
    "Liu is a naturalized American citizen. It must be nice. Meanwhile she pisses on people fighting for democracy" couldn't have said it better myself

  • 100. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • Anon:
    @oystergirl Agreed, Disney is full of hypocrisy themselves. They've been operating like that since the start.

  • 101. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • Anon:
    @linda8765 Exactly, the western market and HK-riot supporters are irrelevant to this production.

  • 102. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • oystergirl:
    @jjwong Good point. Freedom of press in China has never progressed, so we cannot speak of going backwards.

  • 103. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • oystergirl:
    @rika In all fairness, it isn't just China that is evolving backwards. Even here in the US, there has been a resurgence of white nationalist/supremacist thoughts over the last several years (especially with the latest presidency). Not quite the same issue, but a regression, nonetheless.

  • 104. Jackie Chan to Possibly Star in “Shang-Chi”
  • oystergirl:
    @funnlim I'd rather he not appear at all, but if he must, then I agree that this would be the ideal scenario. lol

  • 105. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • oystergirl:
    Being that her grandfather is the Chairman of a very sizeable investment group in China, such political statements in favor of the mainland govt. should come as no surprise to anyone. Highly doubt Disney cares what the HK audience has to say about her, considering they are not the target demographic, anyway. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if this was part of their agenda. Even if it weren't, Disney is well known for the irony of promoting morality in their movies, while failing to be morally upstanding, themselves. So this whole debacle falls perfectly in line with the way they've been doing things.

  • 106. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    @linda8765 How much should I pay u to get shot in the face, no sleep many whole nights. Those support cops got pay and left in 30 minutes and they have mainland accent. No the us dont shoot like those communists inhumane police. U dont deserve to be in the US, go back to China and recieve the death penalty...look at communist killing their own people at the news from reliable source

  • 107. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • Goodday:
    How much should I pay u to get shot in the face, no sleep the whole night. Those support cops got pay and left in 30 minutes and they have mainland accent. No the us dont shoot like those communists inhumane police. U dont deserve to be the US, go back to China and recieve the death penalty

  • 108. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Goodday:
    @linda8765 cover face because its communist arresting people. Look at Tiananmen square. China is all fake news and voted worst human rights. They used fake news to promote patriotism and brainwash Chinese. Why dont you do a thorough search in reliable sites at the horrible things they do to chinese in china right now for their greed and u would be ashamed to be chinese

  • 109. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Goodday:
    @dreamer More than 2 million came out for peaceful protests but were ignored. Protesters never hurted anyone except for self defense. Even though came from same place but hong kongers have evolutionized. You can also say human first came from Africa or Egpyt or planet earth but every place ppls quality r different. communist tried to turn hk in to a concentration camp like Xinjiang so that's y protestors need to fight. Millions of lawyers and professional came out to protests but were ignored.

  • 110. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • m0m0:
    @noodlez she's a bad choice for mulan to begin w/

  • 111. Fala Chen Gives Update on Her New Married Life
  • m0m0:
    @nycmom19 it's not usual for people to look decade(s) younger than actual age with make up even for ordinary people. what i am saying is no need for all that regimen if you could do away w/ none.

  • 112. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • Rika:
    @noodlez Pretty sure Disney didn't cast her for her acting skills.

  • 113. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • prettysup1:
    The thing is, he used to wave the HK flag, and that's what making the fans so pissed off. https://www.allkpop.com/article/2019/08/got7-jackson-once-waved-hong-kong-flags-in-hong-kong-and-south-korea Anyway their concert in HK has been cancelled.

  • 114. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • noodlez:
    I don't need to boycott her movies. Seen 1x and never again. She should take acting classes. Seriously take them.

  • 115. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    @msxie0714 Haha

  • 116. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • linda8765:
    This guy is so brave <3 If he was looking to max his money, he could have just shut his mouth and not make a stance. And remember he is a celebrity. He's not one of those coward rioters and cover every part of their body and face and shine laser lights to get away with their violence.

  • 117. Quentin Tarantino Defends His Depiction of Bruce Lee in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
  • linda8765:
    @llwy12 I haven't watched the film, Tarantino should just apologise.

  • 118. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • linda8765:
    @funnlim What is true democracy? Did HK people ever have democracy when the british colonised them? I mean you must really have identified with the slogans at cafes writing 'dogs and chinese not allowed'. It resonated with the protestors so much that they were bearing the british flag. Haha. If I was in HK, I would too go and get the cash and go and riot around the airport. Maybe become more prominent and get a green card to america. And should I ever protest in America in the way these people are rioting in HK, I would only dream of being hit by rubber bullets and tear gas.

  • 119. “BoycottMulan” Trends After Crystal Liu Expresses Support for HK Police
  • linda8765:
    The market is in mainland anyways, say what you got to say.

  • 120. Fala Chen Gives Update on Her New Married Life
  • NYCMom19:
    I actually saw her last month as we were waiting for tables at a restaurant in NYC and she looked a decade younger than her age; and she looked like she hardly had any makeup on.

  • 121. Quentin Tarantino Defends His Depiction of Bruce Lee in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
  • llwy12:
    Tarantino is nothing but a racist loser. By claiming that he “heard” Bruce Lee say stuff like that, Tarantino proves that he is a liar, as he was only like what, 10 years old when Bruce Lee was alive and he never “knew” him or was around him. Bruce’s students such as Dan Inosanto and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – now, what THEY say is actually true, as they actually KNEW Bruce, learned from him, hung out with him (of course, Bruce’s family too, who knew the “real” him better than anyone). Also, Tarantino was plain lazy with his response, trying to attribute a quote to Linda Lee when she wasn’t even the one who said it – do some damn research before you open your mouth, Quentin!! Btw, Kareem actually wrote a really nice piece in THR about the controversy, which I think sums up the sentiments of Bruce’s fans perfectly: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/kareem-abdul-jabbar-bruce-lee-was-my-friend-tarantinos-movie-disrespects-him-1232544

  • 122. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • funnlim:
    I dont find him handsome but there are better looking Chinese male out there with abs. I don't find him heroic. And to mainland china crying over the racism and what nots, come one... Marvel will change the story so no worries, it will be demainlandchinesetesized by the time it reaches the cinemas and the world, according to how Mainland China sees it, will be fine!

  • 123. Hugo Wong Diagnosed with Panic Disorder
  • funnlim:
    Chan Sai Mei is already the douchebag of all douchebags but kudos to Justice Bao The First Year which manages to make the king douchebag as the immortal douchebag that when I see Hugo, I see douchebag and that is in reference to his role, not his personal life. I quite enjoy the series even if the stories are hampered by terrible awful unforgivable bad editing that made the series choppy. I read in another article that people complain it feels dated? I quite like the dated feeling of it. Nostalgic in a way. And Shaun Tam is in fine form even if his Justice Bao needs to relax his errmmm.. behind more. He makes justice bao quite attractive in a way.

  • 124. Jackie Chan to Possibly Star in “Shang-Chi”
  • funnlim:
    Can he just appear for 20% of the movie, be the mentor and then in the tradition of all marvel films, die?

  • 125. Liza Wang Comments on HK Protests: “Stop the Violence”
  • funnlim:
    The point of the protestors is basically there is no true democracy under the 1 country 2 systems, China has been eroding what was promised bit by bit. In short, China can't wait for 50 years to exert control.I don't understand why the protestors must stop travelers from using the airport, makes no sense but other than that, the violence is from both sides. It's a provocation and a reaction and the biggest failure is the HK govt who seems to have given up and depend on the riot police, who is at times ruled by emotions rather than cool logic and sense, the very group that is also aggravating the issues. Plus spies, paid triads and frustrated police and protestors, thus you have those violent encounters which aren't really that violent. For most part, the protestors were annoying, though some group are radicals in their methods. Luckily nothing scream no turning back. I mean stop tossing flags!vChina won't march in, they can't. If they did, it's the end for them. Famous celebs or influential people should urge the govt to talk to these people, China to allow Carrie Lam to step down and protestors must accept they are part of China. But China must honour the agreement of 50 years unchanged and not do those annoying stuff. As for stars pledging for either China, HK or most sitting on the fence, i understand must protect rice bowl. But sometimes, you must make a stand. As for robotic cowherd mentality that is Mainland chinese (netizens and all), they grew up not having the freedom to make certain choices or certain remarks so they may not know how HKers feel. They can imagine but they won't. But to have them condemn anyone with the protestors or saying they are unpatriotic or traitor or whatever is plain stupidity. Against the govt is not against the country. Not loving the govt doesn't mean not loving the country. In HK's case, HK is such a unique place. You know it is HK once you are in HK. They are like China's foreign educated golden child having studied in different international school, earning PHds elsewhere and suddenly they are told to go home to different rules and the parents agree ok for now be as you were but the parents didn't follow their agreement and asserting all sorts of stuff thru maybe the tutor, etc,It is difficult to accept. It's a difficult position. In time HK will be back to China and china will never let them go. Never.But I get Hk protestors' demands. I feel the HK govt can meet those demands. But it seems HK govt has delegated the job of communicating with people to the riot police. What a mess.

  • 126. Hugo Wong Diagnosed with Panic Disorder
  • m0m0:
    his role in justice bao is just like his real person - disposed his family for another woman and fame/money.

  • 127. Hugo Wong Diagnosed with Panic Disorder
  • sherla1019:
    then i think u should rest instead of working i mean come on ........working in the entertainment doesnt that make it worst with mixed emotions u have to play in a character??? i dont see how will it helpwith the panic disorder you have!!!! This guy is working so hard to build his fame back up he'll do anything there a chinese saying very thick skin on his face!!!

  • 128. Fala Chen Gives Update on Her New Married Life
  • m0m0:
    with all that skin regimen, she doesn't look younger than her age....

  • 129. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • LittleFish:
    @m0m0 fresh veggies and meat don’t stay fresh that long either irl xD so these fresh meat definitely can’t be different xD fresh meat that isn’t handled well will become stale meat, like lu Han and kris wu lol

  • 130. Jelly Lin Distances Herself from Calvin Klein, Makes Lay Zhang Look Bad
  • LittleFish:
    3s of fame game atm.... anyone who wants to increase their fame/popularity/brand needs to cut ties with big western brand citing “insulting the one China policy for listing HK as HK >_> and Taiwan as Taiwan >_>” geeze, these Chinese needs to use their fame money on a vacation >_> and some chill pills for their fanatics >_>

  • 131. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Nori:
    This guy is surely a hypocrite. However, we can’t blame him. Money comes first dominating human conscience.

  • 132. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • msxie0714:
    @rika Hard to believe wealth is no longer high priority in HK. Making money has always been the motivation of HK'ers and people in general everywhere.

  • 133. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Rika:
    @llwy12 Let's not forget even China's own favorite company, Huawei committed the same mistake. They are now under fire because their phones categorized Taiwan as a country. The Chinese nationalists are getting ridiculous. Even though I work for a US MNC, I try to be careful when speaking about our HK and Taiwan financials. As much as possible, I call them "markets", and not "countries". Never know whom among my coworkers could be a CCP fanboy.

  • 134. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • Rika:
    @jimmyszeto Not us. It's China. Despite their economic wealth status, their people haven't really evolve beyond critical thinking.

  • 135. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • Rika:
    @jjwong Voting in HK is just a one-sided rigged game.

  • 136. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • Rika:
    @wm2017 Sounds like they didn't give a **** about her. So much for having kids when eventually it's the godson and ex-colleague who were by her side till her last breath.

  • 137. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • Rika:
    Are those 4 different people in the post image? For a moment, I thought they are all the same person. Same plastic surgeon?

  • 138. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Rika:
    Can't blame him. He's just going with the flow (aka money).

  • 139. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • wm2017:
    Very true!! Sometimes it's really about luck on who you paired up with. I mean Li Xian has been in the business for a long while and he has always been supporting or had a lead but never memorable even thou he is always the cuter one. This lead role was just his lucky break that made people love his character and search about him after the show.

  • 140. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • terrycrews19:
    It seems Chinese celebrities are entering the over-saturation levels of South Korea, where "celebrities" don't last very long.

  • 141. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • terrycrews19:
    both his parents were Chinese athletes from the mainland, he works heavily on the mainland, did they expect him to be anti-Mainland.

  • 142. Anthony Wong Plays a Prisoner Taken Over by AI for ViuTV’s “The Republic”
  • Anon:
    Love Anthony Wong! This episode seems like a snub at China.

  • 143. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Anon:
    @hohliu "I dont know if you are Chinese from China but you really do not speak for us." I am not speaking for anyone. I am merely relaying their message in my original post. Stop stating the obvious. I've clarified this point. "As those that complains online do not make the majority of us. There are huge Sumi supporters too." The majority of Chinese don't even know Simu and have never seen his work. Some don't even think he fits the role. Some don't think he's good looking. A small fraction know him and thats you and your friends. Great. “Disney won’t hold the utmost weight to because your opinion is of the west.” You are so wrong to even think that." No I'm not, your view is a reflection of how mainly westerners think. They do not represent a majority of how Chinese think. Their views fall somewhere in between what I said. They either never heard of him, don't think he's fit for the role or don't think he's good looking or a combination of two or three of these traits. "As for your voice on behalf of China here, I want to stress there is no need for that. We can all speak for ourselves. And we dont need others to relay our opinions as it s often very one sided and biased" Stop telling me to speak for myself only while you speak on your behalf, as well as your friends, and everyone else that supports your view. "There are many cultured China who do not share the same opinions as regular internet netizens" Yes because only cultured Chinese people share the same opinion as you and those that don't are uncultured. /s

  • 144. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @anon Definitely a mistake on tanks as it is Trucks they are sending in. "All reasonable force is necessary to contain violence. You can’t talk your way out of a riot." Many mainland Chinese will not disagree as it happened to them too.

  • 145. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Anon:
    @hohliu "Just like how China is sending military tanks and troops to HK" This is false. Where are you getting the information that China is sending tanks? They are not. Sending armoured vehicles is not the same as sending military tanks. "preparing to use violence on the protestors if they dont stop their protest." All reasonable force is necessary to contain violence. You can't talk your way out of a riot.

  • 146. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @anon I am keen to see if Marvel will crave in to which group. I am from mainland China and a huge group of my friends and movie fans will love to see Sumi cast. We trust the producers will pick the best person for the role based on his skills. I dont know if you are Chinese from China but you really do not speak for us. As those that complains online do not make the majority of us. There are huge Sumi supporters too. "Disney won’t hold the utmost weight to because your opinion is of the west." You are so wrong to even think that. I am just a Chinese that like reading English sites online along with Chinese sites. But my opnion and many others are just as important. In fact, I am sure the Chinese investors in Disney will make their voices heard. And it will be interesting to see who they support. The trusted producers or the voices of some Chinese netizens. As for your voice on behalf of China here, I want to stress there is no need for that. We can all speak for ourselves. And we dont need others to relay our opinions as it s often very one sided and biased. There are many cultured China who do not share the same opinions as regular internet netizens, we respect skills and quality instead of just looks Thank you for your support of China. Much appreciated. But please remember China is huge and many Chinese netizens who loves to complain do not make up the nation.

  • 147. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @anon Just like how China is sending military tanks and troops to HK, preparing to use violence on the protestors if they dont stop their protest. Hong Kong will need to recognised they are part of China. I dont agree to using violence but it seems China is sending a clear message to everyone who is not willing to turn over backwards for them. Is China trying to conquer the world or are they just climbing back from the years of silence?

  • 148. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @msxie0714 I have finished this drama two days ago. It is very good and it is a keeper. I too agree with you comment about how Asian was badly portrayed. It is the same for West in Asian dramas and movies too. But currently, that is still not changing much.

  • 149. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • kidd:
    @anon I've watched the youtube you suggested. I understand what's the guy is saying about the problem with Shang Chi, but, for Marvel's first Chinese superhero, there really is no other better choice. Of all the few Chinese superheroes Marvel has, Shang Chi is the most well known and has the longest history. Others are either newly created or obscure/seldom used. They can use Jimmy Woo, who is a very good representation of a Chinese hero, but he was ruined in the 'Ant Man and the Wasp' movie when they made him into bumbling idiot. But, Marvel can still retract and said the bumbling is all an act to cover his real identity as the leader of the Agents of Atlas.

  • 150. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @kidd yup. Back then when there are wars everywhere, patriotism is real because they really do believe it in. But these days, no one really believes in their own government, there is nothing at stake but money! So it’s very naive to think these celebrities gives 2 cent about silly things like a city must be labelled properly >_>

  • 151. Grace Chan and Kevin Cheng Celebrate Their One-Year Anniversary
  • meilin:
    Wait, she was 3 months pregnant during her wedding? On a side note, her son is very cute.

  • 152. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • msxie0714:
    @hohliu Recommend you watch c-drama Longest Day in Chang'an available on Youtube and Amazon Prime. African-american actor Djimon Hounsou has a good role in this historical drama. And the leading man Lei Jiayin looks like Simu Lu. Chinese stereotyping and racism in casting western actors pales in comparison to the long history of racist caricatures of Asians in Hollywood [email protected] 16 Candles, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Big Trouble in Little China, Mummy: Tomb of Dragon Emperor- a small list among the many.

  • 153. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • Tungamy:
    Not saying that they can't act, but the common point between Deng Lun(鄧倫) and Li Xian's (李現) popularity boosts is cause those dramas had Andy Yang (杨紫) as main actress. She is super super popular so the male leads are often in the spotlight after their drama airs. I quite like Deng Lun though, he gets more pleasing to the eyes the more you watch him

  • 154. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • Ice006:
    @tvbrama She is not supporting HK’s independence, but there is implied support of true democracy and Hk’s bid for it, which CCP is trying to squash as we speak.

  • 155. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • Ice006:
    @jjwong Because there is no democracy in China, it’s more like a dictatorship. Currently you can “vote” in HK, but only choose amongst CCP pre approved candidates, so not a true democracy. Ie there is no actual point in voting, since it won’t make a difference, every candidate is just a mouthpiece for China. Telling people to vote suggests she supports democratic appointment of candidates, not what CCP wants.

  • 156. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • msxie0714:
    Not wrapping himself in a British flag and pledging allegiance to the Queen surely hurt the feelings of protesters. It's a precarious situation for celebrities to take a stand without incurring the wrath or praise of opposing sides.

  • 157. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Ice006:
    @dreamer Actually no one is denying HK is part of China, but it’s a SAR (special administrative region), with a distinct identity and different culture (including legal system, use of traditional Chinese characters vs simplified, freedom of press etc). The distinction is important to recognize. Especially in the current environment, where China is trying to assimilate HK, to emphasize that he’s from China, vs recognizing he has HK roots, is a show of support for the Chinese government. There are clear cut sides here and he’s made his choice clear. His choice is seen as especially disappointing since a) he’s from hk originally and b) he formerly recognized his hk identity. Likely he didn’t want to lose the mainland market, so he’s decided to choose $$ over loyalty to his roots.

  • 158. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Chriyen:
    @dreamer Nothing wrong w/ saying he's from China, per say. Issue is because of the very extreme environment going on over there, whatever he or any idol or celebrity says would've put him in the crosshairs from either side. Ironically, when the protests first started. its was news-worthy because it was one of the largest peaceful protests in the world in recent memory. Afterwards, there were reports and video of violence against protesters with organized crime members supposedly and pics of them being friendly with local chinese govenment members in the streets. And most/all reports were swept under the rug. Which is the very thing the protesters are protesting against in fear of. And if its the govenment who is supposed to protect them, but do not- what would they most likely do? continued peaceful protests met with violence or meet extremism with more extremism? I don't support violence or extremism fyi lol, just stating that what's happening to Jackson is the effect of the current environment over there and probs would've happened no matter what he said. Its happened alot in the U.S. ALOT. and unfortunately, it rarely peacefully resolves itself and historically- the only thing that makes people even calm down alittle is usually after something very tragic happens as a result of the volatile situation. Its really sad when people in Entertainment who just want to perform and entertain people all over the world have to get dragged into any messy politics and even get targeted.

  • 159. Netizens Criticize Jelly Lin’s Figure in Calvin Klein Ad
  • yoyo:
    I don't like Jelly Lin at all but no need to body shame her. I am not amaze or mersmerize by people doing crazy stuff to get skinny. Starving and skinny pills, all the unnatural stuff. That's how they get all sorts diseases. I'm fine if they maintain skinny looks from natural methods though, such as approved diet and exercise. Or if they just look naturally skinny.

  • 160. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Anon:
    @hohliu "I am a Chinese and I am proud to be one. But I do not wish US film makers to bend their backs to please China." Sure, but Marvel had specified that this movie is mainly targetting China. So regardless of your personal opinion about them caving in to Chinese interest or not, it's irrelevant because you're not a majority shareholder of Disney, and they've made the business decision to target 1.4 billion Chinese, not the 5 million (whatever the exact figure is...) of overseas 2nd/3rd generation Chinese. "You and others netizen can choose not to watch the movie." I am merely relaying a voice here. A voice that is rarely heard nor discussed in the west. That is the voice of the Chinese. A voice that can no longer be ignored. Just because I am relaying it, it doesn't mean that is my opinion. I am merely a messenger - don't shoot me. As for whether I am personally going to watch it - it depends on how the rest of the production pans out. "I will sit and enjoy this movie immensely and supporting Sumi Liu. And fu*k those that judge Simu base on his looks instead of his skills. This is not a Look of the Year competition.." Sure that is purely your opinion, an opinion, that Disney won't hold the utmost weight to because your opinion is of the west. Marvel is targetting China with this movie.

  • 161. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • kidd:
    @littlefish I agree. I don't think any Chinese actors who cut ties with lucrative overseas business due to political issue are really patriotic. They just know where the biggest money are and who are the real patrons. If they don't do this, they can be boycott and lambasted by Chinese audience/netizen and get blacklist by Chinese government. I remember an academic person said of all the actors in China, he most respects Li Bing Bing because she refused to promoted 'Residential Evil' in Japan due China's political issue with Japan (they were fighting over an island at that time). Uh, I think Li Bing Bing just has a shrewd mind to know what the most appropriate action to take at that time.

  • 162. Hong Kong Protesters Outraged by Jackson Wang’s Patriotism
  • Dreamer:
    The protesters are getting ridiculous. Hk is part of china. Whats wrong with him saying im from china? Besides, all hk people are decendants of chinese. Do they want to not acknowledge their ancestry. I know that now its a sensitive matter. I dont support hk protesters nor chinese goverment. The chinese goverment has their faults. The pp of hk are scared of that. Its fine to protest, but do it more peacefully and without denying where your roots are from.

  • 163. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • Aktf:
    At least some of the new generation actors can act. I like deng luan in most of his old dramas. Kris, Luhan and yang yang cant act.

  • 164. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Anon:
    @hohliu The same way the world has bent over backwards in the last 200 years for Great Britain and America. The tables are turning, better recognize that now, sooner rather than later.

  • 165. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @rayne I too am happy he got the role. I really hate how the world need to bend over backwards to please China and some of their childish netizens. Fortunately, I know many mature Chinese who do not feel this way at all.

  • 166. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    @anon I a glad the West chose a actor they found suitable regardless how China audience feel. In fact, often the Asian stars US movie picks are not Chinese . They audition and pick actors based on skills and not just a pretty face. I am a Chinese and I am proud to be one. But I do not wish US film makers to bend their backs to please China. It is their film and their choice. I dont see China casting Western actors in good roles in China either. In fact, very often the western cast they choose are a joke and cannot even act. Too much stereotyping and racism. You and others netizen can choose not to watch the movie. As a Chinese and along with all my Chinese friends in China, all of us are looking forward to a good production that is not based on pretty faces but actors with good skills. I will sit and enjoy this movie immensely and supporting Sumi Liu. And fu*k those that judge Simu base on his looks instead of his skills. This is not a Look of the Year competition..

  • 167. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • wm2017:
    @m0m0 Yang Yang is only 27 and also declining? Hum... That's actually sad even thou I have never watched anything he's in but he's still quite cute. haha

  • 168. Netizens Criticize Jelly Lin’s Figure in Calvin Klein Ad
  • m0m0:
    well, jelly lin is not known for her figure.

  • 169. New Generation of Rising Actors in China
  • m0m0:
    aiya, the life of fresh meat is so short....

  • 170. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • LittleFish:
    Oh no >__< R.I.P

  • 171. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • LittleFish:
    Oh no! I always love seeing her on screen as a supporting character, she’s always been so good, will miss her dearly! R.I.P

  • 172. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @llwy12 wow, your knowledge! Thanks for all the explanations :) and [email protected] “undermining china’s sovereignty”! XD

  • 173. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • :
    Rip, another sad news

  • 174. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • :
    I grew up watching her on screen....RIP. Sad day,

  • 175. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • sherla1019:
    Sad to hear that she didnthave her children and grandkids to grow old with....... whatever the case is at least she still have her godson Gordon by her side and taking care of her needs!!!! may Ms Ha ping RIP

  • 176. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • Cutie777:
    @wm2017 exactly my thoughts. I mean Gordon is just her godson but be by her side as much he can. I’m thinking maybe her and the children doesn’t get along? May she RIP. And such a great actress too.

  • 177. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • Cutie777:
    Very sorry to heard this sad news she is a great actress and the most beautiful one as an elderly. Will definitely missed her very much.

  • 178. Netizens Criticize Jelly Lin’s Figure in Calvin Klein Ad
  • babycakes:
    Unless the mainland star is already an actual supermodel, the rest of them are all "normal" ,not toned and fit and of average or below average height. These haters/netizens gotta lay off and not body shame everything that is behind the glass of their devices. Plus, I saw a plus sized woman in that clip. Obviously, CK wants to 'cater' to all shapes and sizes. All marketing. They obviously wanted to tap into the Chinese market too by getting Chinese people...her and Lay Zhang

  • 179. Netizens Criticize Jelly Lin’s Figure in Calvin Klein Ad
  • babycakes:
    @prettysup1 well, that was fast. I just finished reading the article!

  • 180. Nick Cheung’s Passion for Acting
  • 1piscesish:
    @potatochip It's all for the marketing, right? The audience is familiar with that franchise, so of course they will keep milking it. Just like TVB drama sequels (e.g. Forensic Heroes)!

  • 181. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • PotatoChip:
    She was very elegant. Amazing that she was still acting at age 90. I look forward to seeing her in the unreleased series. A beautiful, professional actress. What a great loss.

  • 182. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • PotatoChip:
    It is terrible losing these wonderful veteran actors. Their familiar faces bring nostalgia to each series they are in. She will be missed.

  • 183. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • wm2017:
    Wow!! Where are the children?

  • 184. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Rayne:
    I've never watched Simu act so I can't comment on his acting abilities, but I personally don't think he's bad-looking. Maybe not as handsome as the other Marvel actors but I'm happy for him for getting the role.

  • 185. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • Rayne:
    2 veteran actresses gone one after the other... I watched Lily growing up - she will definitely be missed!

  • 186. Netizens Criticize Jelly Lin’s Figure in Calvin Klein Ad
  • prettysup1:
    Anyway she has announced to end her relationship with CK, the same reason as why Yang Mi ended hers with Versace.

  • 187. William Feng Denies Cheating, Will Take Legal Action Against Further Rumors
  • NiangNiang:
    @yoyo No news of any wedding so far, they don't even have celebration for the baby's 30 or 100 days....

  • 188. [Obituary] Veteran Actress Ha Ping Passes Away at 81
  • tvbrama:
    Another veteran actress lost, along with Lily姐. I have the same thoughts - only that I’m grateful to have been able to seen her exhibit her talents on screen and am sad to no longer have the chance to do so. RIP Apple姐. ❤️

  • 189. [Obituary] Lily Leung Passes Away at 90
  • tvbrama:
    A talented actress who will be missed. It was a privilege to be able to see her on my screens and it’s regretful that I will no longer be able to see more of her talent. RIP, Lily姐. ❤️

  • 190. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • msxie0714:
    @jjwong The hate-mongering isn't coming only from Chinese netizens. There's be plenty of 'she's so ugly.....he's so ugly" in reference to Awkwafina, Simu and other celebrities by non-mainlanders here on this forum.

  • 191. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • Anon:
    I think most Westerners tend to forget is that the PRIMARY reason why Shang-Chi the movie is even reality is to appease the Chinese audience and to market to the 1.4 billion in China. Their main target market are NOT Oversea Asians. Let this be clear. China IS the TOP reason why this movie is a reality - not because of the diversity movement, not because of equality. However, since Simu and Awkwafina were announced for their roles in this project, many Chinese Marvel fans felt betrayed and disappointed because this is NOT what they wanted. In their perspective, it seems like Marvel was saying one thing (to appease China), but was doing another (telling western audience that it is a diversity movement and picking a lead that is ugly AF by their standard.. whether you agree with the beauty standard is beside the point). China does not care about the diversity movement. They do not want this to be a political and social movement. They do not care about race equality. All they care about is how the Chinese should be presented to a global audience through the lens of Hollywood.....because they've always felt that Hollywood has never done the Chinese justice in films. Personally, I can understand why the Chinese are disappointed, I don't blame them. Honestly, wait until they see how Awkwafina looks, if she has a significant role, combined with Simu being the lead, it will fail in China for sure, but will be a success in the west. Heck, many Chinese on Chinese forums are already calling it a boycott because of Simu and how Marvel has gone against their promise. Here is a good explanation from a white guy who lives in China, knows his Chinese history and culture better than most, and can explain the situation better than I can. https://youtu.be/9Blwfh4YPas

  • 192. Hugo Wong’s Brush with Death
  • Hayden:
    Ya better do full body checkup for any HIV and STDs since he had been sleeping around

  • 193. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • :
    He is alot more suited then the pretty packaged boys.

  • 194. Netizens in Awe Over Photoshoot Featuring Huang Xiaoming and Crystal Liu
  • JJWong:
    Oh yay, two boring-looking actors came together a drab photoshot with ninja color clothing and stone poses in an uninspired background. Kudos!

  • 195. “Shang-Chi” Star Simu Liu Gracefully Responds to Criticism On Being “Too Ugly”
  • JJWong:
    I find it hilariously ironic. So I assume these Chinese people referred to the current popular Chinese actors, aka the "fresh meat," are the ideal of what Chinese men look like - the funny part is that those actors go under the knife, styling, hair and make-up, are copied from Western and other Asian, primarily Korean, countries. So why are they the ideal representation of Chinese men?? I REALLY hope the script is good, Simu can act, and this turns into a blockbuster hit so it'll slap these shallow-ness in the face.

  • 196. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • JJWong:
    @jimmyszeto I feel US is the same way, regressed a few decades back on some legal laws and society by-laws. In this case however, I don't feel China regressed because they're not really "progressed" to begin with. Censorship is the norm, must love thy government, and what officials say is the law are the ways.

  • 197. Work Impacted Rosina Lam’s Relationship with Her Husband
  • Xystus:
    Might as well file a divorce lol. Feel bad for both of them. I think it's stupid to settle down for a marriage but you want to focus on your career at the same time. It just doesn't work that well in most cases. Pick one, not both.

  • 198. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Anon:
    @msxie0714 Don't even get me started on the US and Israeli connection. This is an entertainment blog after all. :D

  • 199. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • Dramas4me:
    @wm2017 They dressed him appropriately and made him look so good. You should watch her in "Ode to Joy" (I & II) then you know what I mean how they dressed her there also. It's not as bad as "Go Go Squid". :)

  • 200. Andy Yang, Xiao Zhan to Star in New Chinese Drama
  • TatsumakiJim:
    Why is this article tagged with Andy Zhang? Shouldn't it be Andy Yang?

  • 201. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • wm2017:
    @dramas4me You know what I mean... WTH would I put that s**t on even if they are styling my character to be this way? lol...Honestly, I have never watched anything her excluding the fact that she was a child star and she's only 26. I really how she acted w/her crying scenes thou I mean her eyes were so raw & red even w/o the tears that's the first time I thought wow talking about nailing a heartbreaking scene but the way she's dressed is just unreal. The comments are just right on par w/we don't even need her to be dressing well but please dress NORMAL. ahhha Lol..the comments are funny itself. I mean I understand that they are making her a geek w/o any fashion sense which is fine but I am pretty sure no geek dresses like that either. hahaa. As for the guy I caught glimpses here and there in that Dr. medical drama where he is supporting I thought he was really good looking and did well. Also, I know he's equally cool in that drama w/William Chan but I just can't watch it when both the female leads look like they look they are their aunts/mothers. I just can't so this series is the only one I've watched w/both of them. ahhaaha LOL...

  • 202. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • Dramas4me:
    @wm2017 She is getting very popular and if I was her I would say something about how they styled me. I think she doesn't have a lot of luck with the stylists in her dramas. I didn't like how they dressed her in Ode to Joy dramas either. Either they are terrible stylists or they don't like her or she is hard to dress. I think she looks best in "Ashes of Love" drama in my opinion.

  • 203. Terence Yin Breaks Up with Fiancé
  • wm2017:
    @m0m0 Yeah, I remember he was really good looking when I was younger. Now he looks OLD to me. ahhahaa...LOL.... As for guys going for someone younger it's natural as if he want to have kids? I mean why would they pick a woman knowing the chances are slim to them? Look at Alex To? He actually looks good still as the wife does not look that young at all. lol... But you know what I mean, it's like natural when they go for younger women and they called women cougars when they go do the same. Double Standards!!!

  • 204. Andy Yang, Xiao Zhan to Star in New Chinese Drama
  • wm2017:
    Zhixiao falls in love with him at first sight ? My goodness!! Again? lol... Anyway, no clue who the guy is. Perhaps she will again make her costar popular like GGS costar since they say she's ' wong fu '. (cantonese)

  • 205. Terence Yin Breaks Up with Fiancé
  • m0m0:
    @wm2017 i know right. he was so fine when he was young. he looked okay though several years ago in the vampire drama w/ hktv, not as good as before but still okay. i have a feeling that he's going to go for someone even younger after this.

  • 206. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • JoyceK:
    @tvbrama agreeeee!!

  • 207. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • jimmyszeto:
    this is getting ridiculous!. Getting to the point where anything anyone says or do will be condemned. Have we gone backwards a few centuries overnight?

  • 208. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • Mike:
    @tinlunlau lol you asked for it

  • 209. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • tvbrama:
    Her encouraging Hong Kong citizens to register to vote is not the same as her advocating for Hong Kong’s independence... it’s like if I encourage people to register to vote for the presidency next year in the US, it’s not the same as me advocating for an actual candidate. Completely different things. Mainland netizens misconstrued the meaning of her words even though, in my opinion, her words gave no implication of supporting Hong Kong’s independence.

  • 210. Tracy Chu Marries Longtime Boyfriend in Bali!
  • Hannah:
    She is gorgeous! Beauty and brain =)

  • 211. Work Impacted Rosina Lam’s Relationship with Her Husband
  • Hannah:
    I dont mind watching her. She is not a bad actress but definitely not the best.

  • 212. Blockbuster Sci-Fi “Shanghai Fortress” Bombs the Box Office with Low Reviews
  • msxie0714:
    @kidd It's a fact that critics have been paid to criticize films/dramas/actors. Overzealous fan-atics have also been known to mount campaigns against actors/actresses they consider a threat to their own idols. This also happens in S. Korea and in HK during the 70s.

  • 213. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • msxie0714:
    @anon The history of China from the mid-19th century was traumatic for a weakened country invaded and plundered by rising European powers with big ammos. In some ways, they react like the Israelis who swore 'NEVER AGAIN' to past humiliations and persecution. While the US is much more sympathetic to Israel, China is not surprisingly demonized.

  • 214. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • JJWong:
    Someone fills me in - how's encouraging people to vote a "pro-HK"?

  • 215. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • wm2017:
    @dramas4me LOL...I watched it on utube and all the comments really 9 of 10 were like seriously WTF is she wearing? ahhaha LOL... Like I have seem my share of geeks in H.S. but even then they are just normal geek clothes but whatever this lead is wearing in that drama is really shocking to the core. haha....If it wasn't for the catchy storyline and comedic moments & sweetness of the story itself I doubt so many ppl are watching it and some episodes even made it to million views? That's shockingly high. ahha I can assure you it wasn't because of her fashion that people were tuning in. I wish they can explain WhyTH n WhatTH would they dressed her like that I mean the main lead might be in his all black ensemble but he's pretty stylish. Everyone including the female lead's classmates dressed like a college student would just not sure what they were thinking dressing up the lead like that. SMH....omg

  • 216. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • tinlunlau:
    I actually spoke with Chapman To thru a mutual friend on Facebook. I told him to 檢討吓 after he made a comment about Joshua Wong being deported back to Hong Kong. He angrily snapped back and made a reply but he had already blocked me before I can read his response.

  • 217. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • Dramas4me:
    @wm2017 "she must be the worst dressed female lead that you will ever get to see onscreen." I agree with you with that remark. Who styled someone like that? Ridiculous!

  • 218. Blockbuster Sci-Fi “Shanghai Fortress” Bombs the Box Office with Low Reviews
  • kidd:
    "The apology statement also mentioned the possibility that certain netizens and critics are being paid to criticize the film. An official investigation will be opened. " This is the first time I hear a producer out and out claims that critics are paid to criticise his film. He should just accept that his film failed to connect with audience and do a postmortem on it instead of putting the blame on conspiracy and sabotage.

  • 219. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • kidd:
    @anon He did not work for Viu TV. He worked with Viu TV. He has his own production company where some of his shows are in collaboration with Viu TV or broadcast in Viu TV. But, he uses web as his main platform. Most of his shows are aired online. They are actually quite popular.

  • 220. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • wm2017:
    @anon sorry, yup atv...lol

  • 221. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Anon:
    Aside from Versace making offensive T-shirts, Givenchy and Coach had been caught in this same practice as well. https://www.cnn.com/style/article/coach-givenchy-versace-t-shirt-controversy/index.html

  • 222. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • Anon:
    @wm2017 Agreed! ATV actually. He spent many years there before his transition to HK film.

  • 223. Nick Cheung’s Passion for Acting
  • PotatoChip:
    @1piscesish Thanks for the info! I wish they would have just done a true sequel or a different name if they want to keep the same actors.

  • 224. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Anon:
    The US is attacking China on multiple fronts - Economically (trade wars), technologically (Huawei and 5G), militarily (weekly visits from US naval ships in Chinese territorial water in the South China Sea, the US planning to set up long-range missiles in Australia to counter China), etc. The riots that are happening in Hong Kong now is orchestrated by the West. I am certain I've forgotten a few others. Judging by the current heated political climate between China and the USA, I am not at all surprised that some Chinese feel this is another smear against China's sovereignty. Now whether this is the case with Versace and that this is simply an honest mistake - who knows. Maybe this is an honest mistake. Maybe it is not. One thing for certain is that the west does have a long history of cultural insensitivity and racism towards China and to the Chinese. This still remains today and is an indisputable fact. This is even more unforgivable now considering that China is a military and economic superpower, and in the eyes of many Chinese, they are at least on par (equal footing) with the USA yet they feel so much disrespect from the west, given that the white superiority complex is alive and well. If we agree that the Chinese and Americans are on an equal footing than this superiority complex shouldn't exist, but it does. This is why China is still very much a Chinese society, so many things in China are still done the Chinese way. Culturally, Chinese culture is not as whitewashed as other developed East Asian countries like South Korea and Japan during the course of modernization. In the eyes of the west, modernization is whitewashing another's culture, combining european elements into theirs and somehow that makes it developed because they are doing things the European way. China does not believe that taking western elements to blend with its own culture is the only way to modernize and develop its society. There is a very good explaination of it here for anyone that's interested: https://youtu.be/pFlvp7cXbJ4

  • 225. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • wm2017:
    Chapman To has always been a pompous azz and you can hear it from the way you see on interviews and functions. I am baffled on how he got so popular from movies from an ex unknown TVB actor? Like how? hahaha LOL

  • 226. “Go Go Squid” Melts Hearts With the Sweetest Couple Scenes
  • wm2017:
    It is quite unrealistic but hey what do you expect from a romance novel? haha LOL..It did have alot of in your face LYAO moments and an interesting plotline filled with passionate dreams, friendship, family & bromance. This was the first time I actually completed watching such a long long chinese drama of 41 episodes even Age of Legends there were many episodes where you could skip but this was a lighthearted drama where you could rest & chill w/o skipping. I had a inkling of who the male lead was from his supporting roles as he's always cuter than the main leads but here he really did shine as a lead that you will finally see him as wow. Girl thou I heard is a child star so there was no doubt she did her role well even thou she must be the worst dressed female lead that you will ever get to see onscreen. Not sure what was up w/the stylist w/that. I have never ever seem such horrendous styling on a tv show ever. I mean I understand she played a genius masters deg at age 19 or they were trying to make her a geek probably w/o any fashion sense which was fine but still not sure what kind of geek style she was wearing on the show?? lol ahhaha..... I think the weakest part of the leads were the kissing scenes. Almost all of them were just so unnaturally done. Girl does do depressing scenes really well but honestly both just need improvement on kissing scenes. I think we have seem 18 yo that kissed better than they did in. haha...Other than that, I would say it was quite an entertaining series. I don't need S2 as I never like sequels but I can understand why ppl would love to see more since they were a sweet on screen pair that actually had quite a bit of chemistry.

  • 227. Terence Yin Breaks Up with Fiancé
  • wm2017:
    @m0m0 Z Lol...He used to look so handsome. haha... Ppl age differently and he certainly isn't the older he gets the hotter he gets. Opposite hahaha....lol

  • 228. Chapman To Blasts Director Pang Ho Cheung for Being a Chinese Flag Protector
  • Anon:
    Chapman needs to keep his mouth shut. With that big mouth of his and his short-temper and his will to work only with those who share the same political belief as he does. He wouldn't have many left to work with, and it makes sense why his career is practically dead and that he works primarily for ViuTV these days. This guy went from filming on average 6-7 movies per year for the last 20 years to 3 movies in the last 3 years because of idiotic comments like these. In an interview from years ago, I can't believe this guy at one point compared himself to Stephen Chow and thought that he was better than him. What a joke! Stephen Chow sucks as a director and producer, but nobody can take what he had accomplished as an actor spanning 20 years. This man is a legend. Chapman To is just a speck of dust.

  • 229. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • Anon:
    She should've just kept her mouth shut like the rest of her peers because anything you say in this poltiical climiate can be misconstrued. I've always thought that public figures should have their manager and even a 3rd person to analyze their posts before submitting them public to avoid situations such as this.

  • 230. Blockbuster Sci-Fi “Shanghai Fortress” Bombs the Box Office with Low Reviews
  • Dreamer:
    Didnt watch it and will not watch it after seeing that Luhan is the lead. Can someone tell that guy that he cant act? He is like a male version of ABB. Only possessing "good looks" without much talent. For me, even his looks arent that good. Too feminine

  • 231. Nick Cheung’s Passion for Acting
  • 1piscesish:
    @potatochip They are brand new characters. "Line Walker" is just the name of this series of production. Their theme is undercovers.

  • 232. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Kenexia:
    @littlefish completely agree

  • 233. Terence Yin Breaks Up with Fiancé
  • m0m0:
    no spring chicken la, time to get serious about relationships for terrence

  • 234. Ali Lee’s Political Views Attacked by Angry Mainland Chinese Netizens
  • m0m0:
    so difficult being an entertainer these days....

  • 235. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @littlefish Exactly, lol. Actually, if we want to really get nit-picky, the Coach shirt technically does have an “error” on it as it pertains to the U.S. – it listed Orange County, USA….Orange County isn’t a city – it’s a county in California comprised of 34 different cities, with each city unique in its own right (and geographically it’s not right either, since people who live in the OC area don’t actually put that in their addresses)….so if we reverse apply China’s logic, whichever OC city that Coach was referring to technically doesn’t exist as a city themselves (oh, the outrage!!!)….so maybe they should go boycott Coach then and demand to be added to the shirt in order to validate their existence as a city?

  • 236. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • BearBear:
    @snoopy Exactly, this looks like some touristy t-shirt sold at some street store.

  • 237. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @khuekhueloves I get it…yes, it was a mistake and sure, Versace should be called out on it….not disputing that fact at all. And yes, they should fix the mistake, especially if they are intending to sell the product (which they already did fix it from what’s i read). The part that I feel is overboard is to say that by making a mistake on their T-shirt design, Versace is “undermining China’s sovereignty” and therefore their apology should not be accepted (which is essentially what the government’s mouthpiece via their media is saying). To say that Versace’s designers were “ignorant” – yes, of course, because they were….we can even say they were being “culturally insensitive” if we want to go there…but to politicize it by saying they are “undermining China’s sovereignty”….really? Does the opinion of some Italian fashion designer really matter that much?

  • 238. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @prettysup1 Point well-made and taken. It was a bad comparison on my part – I apologize.

  • 239. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • BearBear:
    @prettysup1 Agree. Singapore and Malaysia was a different situation to begin with as compared to China and Taiwan or China and Hong Kong/Macau so it is meaningless to talk about Singapore and Malaysia. And regardless of the size, Singapore is a country. Anyway, the Chinese often over-react but this time, Versace has made a big mistake. This is an international brand, the level of QC and research should be more stringent than this, especially during this sensitive period of what is happening now in HK. Then again, if China does not have such big buying power, would Versace even apologize?

  • 240. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • prettysup1:
    @llwy12 Wow wow wow first time I hear that Singapore is not a country? Please get your facts right, Singapore is officially an INDEPENDENT COUNTRY since it separated from Malaysia in 1965, with both Malaysia and Singapore in agreement on this, so no controversy here. It is totally different from the China-Taiwan relationship.

  • 241. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Snoopy:
    BIG BULLY China.... Btw, there is no design or whatsoever on the shirt....It looks so cheap similar to those tourist shirt that one can get on the side street.....I wonder how much does those shirts cost...

  • 242. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • gohan1:
    yang mi is a woman who would scarfice her husbands and child happiness for fame and glory she might be beautiful on the outside but on the inside she is a cold woman i guess she never truly loved her husband and child otherwise she would be with her family looking after her child instead of flirting with younger man having incredible chemistry with her costars mark chao and ethan i wonder if her child will truly acknowledge as her mother in the future

  • 243. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @llwy12 oh god... I don’t see people get upset when New York, LA get mentioned without a - USA next to it? If HK and Taiwan just be by itself, it should not even matter!

  • 244. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @yoyo yup, what she did is correct under the circumstance, however, it is still a kiss ass move lol

  • 245. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @msxie0714 Uhm, no? I don’t shame her for not kowtow to the west, but at the same time, let’s call a spade a spade. If it wasn’t for the pressure from Chinese netizens, she wouldn’t cut tie with a lucrative deal. Let’s be real, YM is a very good business woman, I doubt she gives 2 cents about patriotism. So my sentence is just what it is, but her fans just can’t take that :)

  • 246. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • yoyo:
    She will please the government for sure, by doing this. But at a second thought, iimagine if she don't do this and the government see her in a shirt like that then they will boycot her too. Sometimes people gotta save themselves first.

  • 247. William Feng Denies Cheating, Will Take Legal Action Against Further Rumors
  • yoyo:
    Any news when will do their wedding? Imagine if theyre not married for real but stunt to promote their drama.

  • 248. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Khuekhueloves:
    @llwy12 thank for explaining. I think the case of your co-worker and boss is understandable - I get it now - but if a big brand makes it in their products (like Versace did) and sells them all over - again, with my Hawaii and US example - will American people and the the Authority brush it off like it was nothing? Well I'm not even Chinese, I just think businesses should respect other countries and invest in more research to get the right fact.

  • 249. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @littlefish And just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse...from this Versace issue, we already know that referring to Hong Kong as a separate country is a “sin” in China’s eyes, but now, NOT deliberately calling out Hong Kong as a part of China is a “sin” too. Another major brand, Coach, is under fire now because they have a similar shirt as the Versace one, but instead of Hong Kong-Hong Kong, they simply listed Hong Kong by itself (no country or anything next to it, which to be honest, is how most companies refer to HK), which once again pissed off Mainland netizens and now another Mainland celebrity who was the ambassador for Coach is cutting ties with them because of that. If this continues, Chinese celebrities will have to cut ties with the entire world pretty much, lol...

  • 250. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @littlefish Yup, that’s exactly it! They want the world to know that everyone must acquiesce to their demands, no matter how unreasonable. I sure hope that designer doesn’t lose their job over this (if China puts enough pressure on Versace, that might be the next step)...it would be a shame for someone to lose their livelihood over an honest mistake like that. I have no clue what Italy’s labor laws look like (or if they even exist) but if that does happen and there’s the ability to take legal action, then I sure hope the designer takes it!

  • 251. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @sassy Well-said! :-) You mentioned Singapore, which is technically a “city-state” (not a country) that used to be under Malaysia and prior to that, was a British colony. So if we apply China’s logic, Malaysian government should technically be having a conniption every time someone refers to Singapore as “a country” even though they separated decades ago (just like China has a conniption every time some one refers to Taiwan — another island state — as a country, even though Taiwan has been independent from China for decades as well)....similar situation in other countries, yet most of them don’t react with such paranoia to a simple “country” reference.

  • 252. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • msxie0714:
    @littlefish Shame on her for being patriotic. Why can't she be like those Chinese who kowtow and submit to the west.

  • 253. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    Good on ya, Yang Mi, you always know to kiss the ass that feed you!

  • 254. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • LittleFish:
    @llwy12 not so many Chinese people can understand that commonsense, the honest mistake that you mentioned, but that Chinese for you. HK and Taiwan have been on their own for so long that most people think of them as a separate country from China. Even now with HK has gone back to China, but the mentality, the government, regulation is so far from China that people still think of them as a separate entity from China! Tbqh, the whole “controversy” wouldn’t be that big of a blow up, if it wasn’t for the usual jumpy Chinese netizens, they really need to learn to chill! And the apology is insincere because they used weibo only? The main audience that the apology go to is the mainland Chinese who used weibo, so the platform is correct. What the netizens ask for is face! The company needs to make the apology knows to the whole world, make it known how they have to bow their head to the all mighty China! For a simple honest mistake >_>

  • 255. Nick Cheung’s Passion for Acting
  • PotatoChip:
    I don't follow too closely, so I am at a lost. But how does this story line fit in with the first Line Walker Movie? Or are they playing completely different characters?

  • 256. Work Impacted Rosina Lam’s Relationship with Her Husband
  • PotatoChip:
    I thought she was cute and charming. May not be the best actress, but watchable.

  • 257. Tracy Chu Marries Longtime Boyfriend in Bali!
  • PotatoChip:
    She looks beautifully radiant. Congrats to them!

  • 258. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    @khuekhueloves He would react the same way — which is, brush it off as an honest mistake....because at the end of the day, that’s what it was. And that’s exactly my point — when someone makes the mistake of referring to HK or Macau as a country, why do Mainlanders always have to see it as a deliberate assault to China’s sovereignty rather than as the honest mistake that it usually is? People’s Daily actually published an article claiming that through their actions, Versace is supporting HK and Macau independence and therefore their apology shouldn’t be accepted — even though technically Versace did more than just apologize, they also destroyed all the existing inventory that had this “mistake” on it, which if anyone knows anything about running a business, is a costly move that will no doubt affect their bottom line, which means it will also impact them financially....so it’s not like they aren’t already paying for their “honest mistake”... In terms of the U.S. and my comment above...to be honest, no one over here really cares if someone were to call one of the states (in your example, Hawaii) a country — the most people over here would do is probably laugh at the person for being ignorant....they definitely wouldn’t look at it as “an assault to our national pride” (as China does with its territories). Case in point — our legislature over here in California has been pushing for the state’s secession from the U.S. for at least a decade already (with the “urgency” ramped up since Trump became President) and you know what Washington’s (federal government’s) take on this is? California is welcome to secede as long as they follow the process of getting enough signatures to get the motion on the ballot and its citizens vote to do so...of course, whether California would be able to sustain itself economically as its own country is a whole other story, but the fact of the matter is the federal government won’t / can’t stand in the way if the people vote for it to happen....

  • 259. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Anon:
    Good on ya, Yang MI.

  • 260. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Anon:
    @khuekhueloves Totally agree with you!

  • 261. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Tencents:
    Hong Kong can’t be a country on its own even under China?

  • 262. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • nigel:
    Wow well done Yang Mi

  • 263. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Sassy:
    I also keep forgetting HK is not a country. Some companies don’t follow the politics so much to know that China is strict in regards to the One China since most of the big countries also have territories but don’t get offended when they get referred as separate entities/countries. Such as Guam or Puerto Rico are territories of the USA but I never seen the govt or anyone here get offended when they get mentioned as Countries. Same when HK was under UK. I’ve seen HK would get treated as a separate entity without the UK getting offended. Not everyone is educated on geography especially if there wasn’t anyone from China on the design committee. Singapore is smaller than HK in size so it’s understandable that ppl might have seen HK or Macau as their own countries too

  • 264. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Khuekhueloves:
    @llwy12 I'm not sure I understand your comment 100% but I feel that your co-worker and boss are both American (I suppose) then it's ok for this mistake but Versace is a big brand which makes profit by selling their products all around the world, they should not make a mistake like this (HK is indeed a part of China) - I read somewhere Capri wants to expend the market in China. I wonder If your co-worker stated Hawaii as a country (not a part of the US) then how your boss would react?

  • 265. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • Cjk88:
    @jenjen I don't know, it's hard to tell but the presence of the birthmark that matches Yang Mi's is a pretty good confirmation that it *is* her. Actually Yang Mi's legs are reasonably toned as she does work out a lot (long and skinny but certainly not all "stick" like most people assume). It's just that we usually see pictures of her dressed up in high heels or photoshopped pictures, from a front-facing angle where she is standing straight, which accentuates her already long legs making them look stick-like. These are candid, un-photoshopped pictures with her wearing very flat shoes, taken from the back while the legs are angled so they look "thicker". There have been other candid photos of her with her legs looking not quite as stick-thin as her professionally released edited photos. Example here where you can see the muscle in her legs: https://07imgmini.eastday.com/mobile/20190717/20190717160441_f7f1055c422f4b686ee8cc74ca336973_1.jpeg

  • 266. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • llwy12:
    That’s Mainland for you....bullying at its finest, lol! Some of the Beijing-leaning media outlets we’re even harsher, claiming that Versace was trying to undermine China’s sovereignty because putting them as separate countries mean that they (Versace) supports HK and Macao independence. Go figure! Honestly, it’s just some ignorant designer who made an honest mistake...it happens...the fact the China is making such a big deal out of it shows their insecurity with their own so-called policies. Just to show how common this type of mistake is....the other day, one of my co-workers also ignorantly called HK a country when he was presenting a slide — he’s an I.T. guy (non-Asian) who is smart as heck when it comes to numbers and tech stuff but obviously ignorant when it comes to geography (he also spelled some stuff wrong in his slides so obviously not a good speller either, lol)....so should my boss fire him now because he “disrespected” 1.4 billion Mainlanders by calling HK a country? If my boss were from Mainland (which he’s not thankfully), most likely he would fire the guy, but then he would also get his pants sued off because this is the U.S. and California especially has strict labor laws that prevents crap like that.

  • 267. Work Impacted Rosina Lam’s Relationship with Her Husband
  • mi520:
    @jimmyszeto Are you talking about the song, "很想討厭你" for Outbound Love (單戀雙城)

  • 268. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • m0m0:
    even as someone from mainland, this is ridiculous.

  • 269. T-Shirt Controversy: Yang Mi Ends Collaboration with Versace
  • Kenexia:
    Seriously Yang Mi?? Lol Chinese citizens overreacting

  • 270. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • babycakes:
    @dreamer good catch on the muscles. You're right, that's not her! YM's legs are toothpicks

  • 271. Netizens in Awe Over Photoshoot Featuring Huang Xiaoming and Crystal Liu
  • m0m0:
    i am more at awe of the artistic fashion talent behind the crystal's outfit. the outfit suits her very well hiding her slanted shoulders.

  • 272. Tracy Chu Marries Longtime Boyfriend in Bali!
  • jimmyszeto:
    @snoopy More females who enter the entertainment industry are intelligent and well educated abroad.Starting a family early instead of hanging around till mid to late 40s realising they have missed the boat....

  • 273. Taiwan Artistes Brace for Typhoon Hours after Earthquake
  • yoyo:
    "Right before I made my way over to the infant room where my son was, the earthquake stopped" Does Asian also do infant room? I always thought only Americans do that. Not judging Ady but just wondering about the diff. cultures. Americans be putting infants in rooms that can be upstairs while all the adults are down stairs and cannot hear anything. For us Asian, I thought we always put infants in no more than 1 wall separating us from them when we busy, and the wall or room must have open doors too. For sleeping, the crib is only in the same bedroom as parents. Thank God everyone was safe! Really scary news.

  • 274. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • Dreamer:
    @jimmyszeto sometimes its about the personality. While hawick does indeed look better but he seems to be the quiet boring type while da xun's seems to be more outgoing. Both types have their merits. Its just about which one is someone's cup of tea

  • 275. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • Dreamer:
    @jenjen i cant believe that i have to agree with you on this. Those legs in the photo seem to have some muscles while Yangmi's are all stick

  • 276. Tracy Chu Marries Longtime Boyfriend in Bali!
  • Snoopy:
    The wedding photos are so sweet!! Tracy looks so lovely and beautiful. Sigh..I wish she would act in few more dramas with Vincent Wong that have happy ending.

  • 277. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • Jenjen:
    Is it only me those legs don’t look like yang mi

  • 278. Katy Kung’s New Rich Boyfriend
  • jimmyszeto:
    She probably thinks because she is extremely thin then she mistakenly thinks that she is recognised as a beauty in HK. Much well done for getting a result after hunting around for celebs and rich men over the years....

  • 279. Yang Mi Rumored to Be Dating Wei Daxun
  • jimmyszeto:
    A botoxed or unbotoxed Hawick looks much better than this kid...

  • 280. Work Impacted Rosina Lam’s Relationship with Her Husband
  • jimmyszeto:
    Too bad Rosina has always overacted and exaggerated acting which is more suitable for stages. Her best performance to that was singing that mandarin TVB sub theme....

  • 281. Tracy Chu Marries Longtime Boyfriend in Bali!
  • wm2017:
    She is actually one of those that are highly educated and admirable. Thumbs up!!

  • 282. Katy Kung’s New Rich Boyfriend
  • wm2017:
    I remember she is also one of those that self-proclaims to be pretty. Just like how Anita Yuen would also praise themselves for being pretty. ahaha Never find her or AY attractive.

  • 283. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • wm2017:
    Lord!! People actually buy tickets for these average actors let also can hardly sing? hahaha LOL...Gotta hand it to them for burning their money like that.

  • 284. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • jcc10:
    @passingby2 spot on. In my opinion, he should just stick to acting. The only reason why he’s getting so many opportunities now is because of the jw/ah scandal. His popularity has been rising ever since simply out of pity

  • 285. 9 Chinese TV Dramas That Broke 25 Billion Views
  • lovefaith:
    I loved Eternal Love which is the first Chinese drama that really impressed me. The storyline and acting, good chemistry and it never bored me in comparison to other C drama. Really change my perception towards Chinese drama as I do previously watch scarlet heart which was also a hit drama back in 2011 as well but I give it up after a few episodes. So I do feel impressed on this 2017 Eternal Love drama!

  • 286. Katy Kung’s New Rich Boyfriend
  • passingby2:
    @sherla1019 Katy looks like Dobby the house elf. Never find her pretty or likeable either.

  • 287. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • passingby2:
    He's a terrible singer, totally out of tune and he knows that. But for the big bucks, he willingly embarrassed himself by going onstage. Can't believe that there are people who will pay to watch him sing. His dancing is just as bad (watched the tvb anniversary celebration 2017 where he took part in the dance segment). His acting isn't fantastic either. Kenneth is just popular cos of his likeable personality.

  • 288. 9 Chinese TV Dramas That Broke 25 Billion Views
  • Tiziana:
    I loved the drama princess agents and i was so hoping that the main lead girl and main lead men would end up together in the end and be happily ever after. But no he died

  • 289. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • :
    @anon Interesting reply.

  • 290. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • :
    @llwy12 On a personal note. @llwy12, my name is LLWY and date of birth is 12. I use llwy12 in my emails and other chatlines. Whenever I read your comments, it always confirms me for a second....Lol.

  • 291. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • :
    @jjwong Lol...... On another hand. I feel sorry for the people.

  • 292. 2019 Miss Hong Kong Contestants Greet the Press in Swimwear
  • :
    After so many years, this competition is still popular in Hongkong.

  • 293. 9 Chinese TV Dramas That Broke 25 Billion Views
  • yoyo:
    Ever since The Journey of Flower broke with really high viewing records, every dramas after it have to rigg their numbers to match up. Do the same. It's competition. All these numbers are totally rigged.

  • 294. 9 Chinese TV Dramas That Broke 25 Billion Views
  • m0m0:
    @jjwong i assume this is combined hit rate of all episodes. if you divide the hit rate by the # of episodes, the numbers make more sense.... but you can't ignore the fact that these numbers aren't mostly likely rigged.

  • 295. Katy Kung’s New Rich Boyfriend
  • sherla1019:
    i dont see what so popular about her never find her pretty especially that high bridge nostril as for Rebecca not a fan.....she tries to hard to look like Fala chen whom she can never compete with

  • 296. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong Yup…and it’s not just that – China already said that any HK artist who attends the awards will be put on some type of blacklist….oh and let’s not forget the travel ban to Taiwan as well...so they basically don’t want any association whatsoever with Taiwan. Don’t be surprised if sooner or later, even saying the word “Taiwan” will be forbidden too, lol.

  • 297. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong Haha...don’t know about the dancing part but I saw the clip of Kenneth singing and it was definitely cringeworthy! Come on, Kenneth - I like you and all but please stick to your day job! Thank you! :-)

  • 298. Him Law Juggles TVB’s “The Witness” and Making Babies
  • Cutie777:
    Lol. All the Cheung ladies. Sammi Cheung? At first I was a little confused I thought it should be Sammi Cheng? Even the Chinese character are almost the same too maybe she’s taking after Sammi Cheng? Hopefully their baby plans work out soon good luck!

  • 299. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • Cutie777:
    @hohliu I see. I guess married a business man is not that easygoing but glad she stay strong and concentrate on her son instead. Thanks for your reply.

  • 300. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • terrycrews19:
    @jimmyszeto reminds me of all those Chinese products with a random unknown "celebrity" plastered all over it.

  • 301. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • terrycrews19:
    Same thing happened when South Korea installed American THAAD missiles where they banned SK entertainment, which is why Korean celebs stopped showing up in China. America and China are headed for a real economic cold war and this just the new normal.

  • 302. Him Law Juggles TVB’s “The Witness” and Making Babies
  • jimmyszeto:
    The lame excuse about not being able to have a baby yet goes on. Also I doubt the reason for coming back is to work with Wai Ka Hung. It’s the opportunity to fully lead a series on his own and boost his popularity. Even though money is less than mainland, it can be great for Him’s career in the long run...

  • 303. Puff Kuo, Jasper Liu’s “Before We Get Married” Explores Cheating
  • LittleFish:
    @wm2017 Tdrama is always long and draw out lol, almost like the bold and the beautiful lol!

  • 304. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • msxie0714:
    @llwy12 Did you ever read about Reagan sending in tanks to quell demonstrations by UC Berkeley protesters in the late 60s? The well-armed troops fired and killed a guy who was just watching the tear-gassed crowds from a roof. Four students were shot and killed by the National Guard at Kent State in in 1970. During a 2011 occupy movement at UC Davis, cops pepper-sprayed a group in the face as they sat on the ground. Not to mention the many incidents of un-armed minority males shot in the back with a fusillade of police firepower.

  • 305. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • JJWong:
    @hohliu No doubt!

  • 306. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • tvbrama:
    @llwy12 I see, thanks for the explanation! Ah, the internet.. so sensitive, overreaction much lol? I did see on Instagram a lot of Ali fans posting messages supporting her! I didn’t even realize Pakho was being harassed too, but like you said he had lots of friends and fans supporting him too.

  • 307. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • :
    @jjwong Many says the same about US too

  • 308. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • Anon:
    I don't think missing one award show out of the dozens that the Chinese and Hong Kong film industry can participate in around the globe will make much of a short-term nor long term impact in regards to their hard work and effort towards the industry. Also, I prefer to see a strong and harmonious government that still have control of the private sector, rather than a country that has little control that one can argue, a corporation's self-interest can be lobbied (bribed) for a price within a nation's senate and congress.

  • 309. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • JJWong:
    @llwy12 I'm down! It's still him, live, singing. Heck ya. Lol.

  • 310. Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Mystery of Dragon Seal” Drops New Posters
  • JJWong:
    @llwy12 IKR?? Lol. I didn't read about it either. The title of the article was already enough for me to roll my eyes. Lol.

  • 311. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • JJWong:
    @llwy12 This is too funny. I kept thinking of KM when we talked about Carlos on the other article. I thought to myself yea, Carlos can't be any worse than KM in singing and dancing. Lol.

  • 312. Serene Lim to Star with Raymond Lam in “Line Walker 3”?
  • JJWong:
    Rubbish. Who gives these classes and passes all these mhk horrible? They should be fired. Yea, yea, its TVB ways and means nothing. More laughable is instead actually work on actual acting skills like line delivery, none verbal expression, body language, you go to a massage parlor?? Lol. She'll have like 2 scenes as foot massage therapist. The remaining will be her standing around and reading a prompt screen and looking directly at the camera.

  • 313. 9 Chinese TV Dramas That Broke 25 Billion Views
  • JJWong:
    TL; DR World population is less than 8B ....

  • 314. Hong Kong Pulls Out of Golden Horse Awards Following Chinese Ban
  • JJWong:
    Oh here we go... China is flexing and everyone is bending over backwards. It's petty. They're like kids throwing tantrum bc someone doesn't like or want to play with them. Lol. It sucks for the people who put in the works and efforts on these films.

  • 315. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • sam01:
    @llwy12 First of all, why are the press always standing right in front of these so called self-proclaimed peaceful protesters? They should know that once the protesters cross the line, the police will use force to suppress the riots. The press are idiotic to be in front In a chaotic situation, it is impossible for the police to distinguish who is the protester or the press. Why should these so called reporters stand right in front of the police? Why can't they stand to the sides like those in other countries? Unless they want to be the buffer between the police and the rioters? These "protesting" journalists are actually the accomplices of the rioters. In many riots, they hold their camera one or two feet in front of the first line of policemen who intend to march towards the rioters. It is obvious that these journalists intend to block the view and advancement of the policemen so as to assist the rioters. For those journalists who are not in their camp, they are being persecuted by their yellow counterpart. An example is that TVB news broadcast the rioters' violence without any cutting. This infuriated the yellow journalists and they partner with yellow camp people to extract advertisements from TVB, in a bid to punish them for reporting the violence of the rioters. Previously, the yellow camp also has scheduled to protest/barricade at TVB headquarters on 21/7 to intimidate the latter on their news reporting in future. The mob also vandalized and wrecked a TVB van.

  • 316. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    @sam01 Well said! To find the perpetrators, I would begin to look at history and recognize which country (or countries) have a history of overthrowing foreign governments and have the most to benefit from all this chaos in HK and China right now. You don't need to be Einstein to figure all this out.

  • 317. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • PotatoChip:
    That's so cute. She did a great job with him. Happy birthday!

  • 318. Serene Lim to Star with Raymond Lam in “Line Walker 3”?
  • PotatoChip:
    I finally got around to watching Line Walker 2 this week so I am amped up to seeing 3 because of Michael Miu and Benz. I don't remember much of LW1, but I remember it being very exciting at the beginning and fizzling out towards the end, whereas, LW2 remained exciting all the way. I think the main reason was that LW1 kept introducing a new bigger bad guy but LW2 kept it a consistent battle between Moses and Benz. I hope LW3 goes this route because it is so much more interesting to root for/love to hate a good, well-developed villain throughout. I liked Raymond's character a lot but I am surprisingly more interested in Benjamin Yuen's. I hope he is in it. Previously, I always found him stiff, but what a great turn around. He was a scene stealer and brought such great energy to each interaction. I only found Moses intimidating and amusingly dastardly when he was with him. Paradise was clever, funny, filled with heart and swagger. Curious about the timeline. It would be difficult to bring back many characters from LW1 and LW2. I hope for no Pakho - his character should have stayed dead. It really did not make sense. I know Priscilla is not regarded as a great actress, but I like her easy going and charming style. I want to see the advancement of her character's relationship with Benjamin's.

  • 319. Puff Kuo, Jasper Liu’s “Before We Get Married” Explores Cheating
  • :
    I really find this drama very boring after a while. It is just about two people hurting others and desiring each other. Really not much story. It is the same emotions week after week. The story has no depth. The first 4 and last eps are likely enough for me. The rest are fillers.

  • 320. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • :
    @cutie777 Stephen Lam, a rich businessman is his dad. He was about the height of Margie, not tall like the son.

  • 321. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • :
    @wm2017 I too was wondering about the taking after mum's good looks part. But I rather a loving son then one with just good looks. I am sure they both love each other lots...lol

  • 322. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • sam01:
    @anon @llwy12 Shame on the pan-dems and people for defending these criminals! Those hooligans aren't above the law! The rioters cannot force their opinions on those who support the bill by rioting and holding the city and its inhabitants hostage. This is not democracy, this is mob rule! They want violence in HK. If HK police were like American police, these gangsters would have been road kill. Those protesters are hooligans, how can you storm the legislature building, vandalize the place and wave a foreign flag. Buncha traitors. Those rioters are waving British colonial flags, ignoring that the British KILLED protesters against the British rule, whereas the current police is very patient. Destroying the public property and the government buildings, why don't they try to do that in the US and western countries and see what gonna happen to them. Serve them right, if this happens in anywhere else in the West, police will have open fire already. It is clear from the tactics used by the rioters, they are well organized, equipped, planned and likely rehearsed. Their approaches are much more assertive solely intended to cause mayhem and chaos, very different from the “Occupy” bunch. Rioters likely got professional helps and advices. HK Police must find out who were financially supporting the riot organizers. The place to start looking are those tycoons who have most to lose if the extradition law passes. Sincerely hope HK government would stand the ground and get the extradition law passes.

  • 323. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    @msxie0714 The U.S. never cares about the consequences. Just look at their record on regime changes globally, particularly in the middle east. They invade, conquer, rape their resources, form a puppet government then leave. They never rebuild the local infrastructures of war-torn countries that they've destroyed. This is why there's so much commotion in Venezuela and Iran at the moment. They have some of the the largest supply of proven oil reserves. The U.S. tried to overthrow Maduro with a puppet government. Failed. Now the US sanctions Venezuela from doing business with any other countries while freezing all of their assets in the USA. This is economic terrorism - plain and simple. The US has no rights to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries no matter how they feel about that government. The days of the USA being a world police is over. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_involvement_in_regime_change

  • 324. Puff Kuo, Jasper Liu’s “Before We Get Married” Explores Cheating
  • wm2017:
    @littlefish Tried an episode or two and gave up. It was ok in the beginning n w/a more adult theme and Tdramas do have real kissing scenes unlike Cdramas I guess but other than that I don't find Tdramas interesting at all.

  • 325. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • wm2017:
    Tall yes but good looks? ok haha...

  • 326. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • Cutie777:
    @anon Lol. I know right? I thought he’s an actor only?

  • 327. Serene Lim to Star with Raymond Lam in “Line Walker 3”?
  • Cutie777:
    I’m glad seeing someone new but Sisley or Ali again? I’m kinda tired looking at the same actress over and over again. Lol. I’m guessing tvb is out of actors big time especially the one actually can act.

  • 328. Margie Tsang Celebrates 54th Birthday with Son
  • Cutie777:
    Wow. He is very tall for his age I wonder if his dad are tall too? I’m not sure who his dad is either I don’t remember seeing him in the picture. Margie still looks good as for her age and looks natural unlike other with too much Botox or plastic surgery. Happy birthday Margie!!

  • 329. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • LittleFish:
    @anon lol... you are very funny. Atm, Australians are doing protest of their own against the government, and so far, all we get is people throwing in jail... not even tear gas are being used, good job at demonstrating your knowledge of the West *golfclap

  • 330. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • LittleFish:
    @llwy12 :( that sounds so bad, I hope HK get their independent councils, better yet out of Chinese government’s hands but that won’t happen :( the future is dark for Hk :(

  • 331. Puff Kuo, Jasper Liu’s “Before We Get Married” Explores Cheating
  • LittleFish:
    If you are in a 10yrs relationship yet feeling empty, time to move on >_> no need to cheat... same with if you are about to marry someone yet get shaken by someone else, call off your engagement >_>

  • 332. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • jimmyszeto:
    @terrycrews19 Many years ago, I remember walking in China and there was a Pakho Chau meet and greet. At the time he was pretty much unknown but the Chinese fans were obviously ecstatic to meet because the guy is ‘from Hong Kong’. It’s much worse when the minor celebrity isnt anywhere near a singer they still go mainland to hold lucrative concerts to grab money. When you watch clips, you will be tell that they are embarrassed and out of tune while singing but for the sake of buckets money, it’s a worthy sacrifice. It’s clear that Kenneth is using his recent ‘getting cheated on’ publicity to boost his bank account...

  • 333. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • llwy12:
    @anon Um, nope, that’s not really how it works here..I’m curious if you actually live or have lived in the U.S.... I grew up in the U.S., lived here all my life, have seen many protests here and no, cops don’t just come in and start shooting people left and right. That’s a misconception predicated by the prevalence of gun ownership and “gun culture” over here. Majority of the protests here are actually peaceful— even the ones that aren’t peaceful, where protestors block roadways and freeways, the cops here may not necessarily do anything...even with the infamous L.A. Riots (which happened basically in my backyard since I grew up in Los Angeles), with the Rodney King beating, that was a handful of cops in a pretty much isolated incident...as a whole, the rioters did more damage to the city (with the looting and the fires and also beating up innocent civilians) than the cops did. Yes, there is definitely police brutality here, more than there should be in fact, but those are usually individual occurrences...police brutality at protests is actually rare unless it’s one that gets really out of hand. And no, the U.S. doesn’t deploy the military to disperse local protests at will like that...where’d you get that from? The military here rarely gets involved in local affairs/disputes because they aren’t allowed to (there are laws that prevent the military from being deployed to enforce domestic matters/regulations) — the only times they are allowed to respond is if the President declares a national emergency and specifically calls in the troops to perform a specific task, (such as providing aid after a disaster or helping with security during a major event), but even then, there are rules they have to abide by... And honestly, trying to compare police response here in the U.S. to HK isn’t even a valid one...cops in the U.S. have to be tougher due to the fact that the average citizen has the right to bear arms under the Constitution (the official statistic is 40% of Americans either own guns or live in a household that has a gun, but the actual number is higher than that if we factor in all the people who own guns illegally)...when doing an ordinary house call for a domestic dispute could result in someone pulling a gun on you, its not surprising that cops here have to constantly take the tough route...also, more guns naturally means there will be more deaths and injuries. HK doesn’t have an overwhelming “gun culture” like the U.S. Majority of the people participating in the protests are unarmed...it’s only the small minority of radicals and extremists at the front lines of the protests who have been brandishing weapons— the use of force against those people are justified of course, but how about the others who aren’t armed? And also the journalists who are merely trying to do their jobs, yet they also get attacked (by both cops and protestors).

  • 334. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • msxie0714:
    @anon If destabilization of China succeeds, the country will see civil war and rioting on a massive scale that will spill over into the rest of Asia. Those hoping for the break-up of China had better think of the consequences and be ready to take in loads of refugees.

  • 335. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • llwy12:
    @anon There isn’t any direct factual evidence otherwise the general public would’ve been able to nail the police and government on that and there would be no need for all this continued unrest….so at the end of the day, it’s still a “conspiracy theory” at best. With that said though, there has been a lot of circumstantial stuff that has come out which many people interpret as pointing in the direction of collusion that neither the police nor the government has been able to provide sufficient explanation for – a few examples: that viral video of pro-Beijing politician Junius Ho shaking hands and acting all chummy chummy with the men in white near the location of where the incident took place and when the government was asked to investigate his relationship with those men, they refused....also, there was the significant delay in police response at the time of the attack (the explanation was that all police were busy handling other cases in the area), the police station that was right near the site shuttering its doors (even though there were officers inside) and ignoring the injured civilians outside who were banging on the gates screaming for help, police officers refusing to arrest or even detain any of the white shirt guys they saw lingering near the MTR station, citing that there was no evidence those guys were involved in the attack even though the guys had bloodied bamboo rods and metal pipes in their hands (most of this was caught on video, yet police still say there was no evidence), etc. Of course, it can be argued that all of this is open to interpretation and that’s very true...but that’s exactly why so many Hong Kongers from all walks of life have been pushing for an independent council to investigate not just police action but also the protests as a whole so that they can separate fact from fiction. The irony is that some of the lower ranking cops who’ve been at the frontlines dispersing protestors also want an independent investigation, as they believe it will exonerate them, but their bosses in the upper ranks as well as their ultimate boss Carrie Lam and her Cabinet all feel it’s unnecessary....

  • 336. Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Mystery of Dragon Seal” Drops New Posters
  • Anon:
    Looks trash from the actors to the garbage CGI.

  • 337. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • llwy12:
    @tvbrama She did the same thing Pakho Chau did — they both wrote a simple sentence telling HK to add oil and encouraging Hong Kongers to register to vote...harmless statement technically, but sensitive Mainland netizens consider that as supporting HK universal suffrage, which in turn, means supporting HK independence. So all the Mainland internet trolls started harassing her, calling her a traitor and a disgrace to Chinese. Pakho Chau got the same treatment from said trolls, though with the “added service” of encouraging other Mainlanders to boycott his music and not buy his albums....lucky for Pakho though, his HK fans and their friends who saw what was happening banded together for a “buy up all his albums” campaign to counter the Mainland trolls. Maybe Ali’s fans in HK should do something similar (band together to support her).

  • 338. Netizens Ranked Male Celebrities with Dreadlocks
  • msxie0714:
    @m0m0 Asian celeb complexions are whiter than white people.

  • 339. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • msxie0714:
    @jimmyszeto Hasn't HK always been about making money? they've been famous for pursuing wealth, scorning poor mainlanders even before they got on the capitalist road.

  • 340. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    The REAL truth behind the Hong Kong protests. https://youtu.be/x5JbM5V9_Lw

  • 341. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • nigel:
    @terrycrews19 that’s true. What an irony!!! Those Western idiots are hypocrites & so-called police of human rights.

  • 342. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    @terrycrews19 "Liason office was attacked" "They have even attacked the police living quarters while their families were at home." Agreed, If this happened in the US, as you know, the land of the 'free' and the defender of 'human rights' and 'democracy', these group of people would be labelled as a terrorist group if they ever attacked a government building. They would be arrested and put behind bars. The cops will NOT hesitate to be trigger happy and pull off a few dozen magazines of bullets even if you're down on the ground. US cops and politicians won't give a damn. But because this is in HK, and America has an invested interest to destabilize China, both militarily and economically, these rioters are labelled as freedom fighters and peaceful protesters. Makes me puke!

  • 343. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • terrycrews19:
    @jimmyszeto clout worship to the next level.

  • 344. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • terrycrews19:
    The anti-extradition bill protests has unfortunately been hijacked by localists and other extremists. At this point, they've created a scenario where Carrie Lam can't step down, because the CCP wouldn't allow her to even if she wanted. Especially after the Liason office was attacked and especially after the Chinese flag was thrown into the harbor. This was due to the original protests not really having a strong leadership to keep their message and demands focused and to denounce violence. Instead, now that the thugs have taken over the movement, Carrie Lam can't bow down to any demands without looking like she is caving in to the violence and extremists. They have even attacked the police living quarters while their families were at home.

  • 345. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • wenwen:
    Jacky still has the most powerful voice, I watched his last concert and it was amazing, hope he will have concert in the future. Joey is very luck to have him as guest performer.

  • 346. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    @llwy12 "The anger is mostly with what happened in Yuen Long where innocent civilians were pulled into the fray and the blatant police/government/triad collusion that occurred surrounding that entire incident. " Any facts that support that there was collusion? I'm not saying that you're wrong, but so far I've seen more fiction than fact.

  • 347. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • tvbrama:
    @llwy12 I saw Ali Lee’s post on Instagram about this, how did she even get dragged into this? (Just curious lol.)

  • 348. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Anon:
    These rioters are fortunate that they are rioting in HK, and not in the West. If this happened in Europe or America. guns would've been drawn and there would've been many more injuries, most importantly - deaths. The military would be deployed. The West would not put up with this nonsense if the same democracy and freedom that these people are fighting for happened in their home soil. The irony! I commend the HK government and China for being so tolerant and patient with these people because such would be intolerable in the West.

  • 349. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • Anon:
    @jimmyszeto It's just sad!

  • 350. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • Anon:
    Kenneth Ma is a singer? HAHAHAHA

  • 351. Nick Cheung’s “Bodies at Rest” Premieres August 16th
  • tinlunlau:
    Saw it last night. It is Die Hard in a morgue. Roger Kwok was hilarious.

  • 352. Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Mystery of Dragon Seal” Drops New Posters
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong Hahahahaha! So true! :-) I actually didn’t even read the summary to see what the movie is about, as I saw the names Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger (2 men I absolutely deplore) and already knew this would be an auto-skip for me, lol.

  • 353. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • llwy12:
    @sherla1019 True….protestors are wrong for throwing things at the police station and defacing the facilities, and absolutely, the escalating violence (from both sides) needs to be condemned without a doubt….however, at the same time, it’s not hard to understand why the protestors are so angry, as the police and the government really haven’t been helping themselves with the way they’ve handled things thus far. Most Hong Kongers have no problems with the protestors making their voices heard and with police firing tear gas to disperse the crowds, as that’s pretty much expected – the anger is mostly with what happened in Yuen Long where innocent civilians were pulled into the fray and the blatant police/government/triad collusion that occurred surrounding that entire incident. Basically, the HK government had a chance to prevent all of this from happening back in June, but they refused to do anything at that time and now it’s too late, as the damage has already been done and in many cases, the rift is too great to mend...

  • 354. Netizens Ranked Male Celebrities with Dreadlocks
  • m0m0:
    it's funny how i noticed almost all these boys have pale translucent skin. they have paler skin than i do

  • 355. Alice Chan is Living with Her Boyfriend
  • sherla1019:
    glad alice found happiness again her new beau needs a new hairdo

  • 356. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • jimmyszeto:
    That’s Mainland for you. Any man and his dog who has been on TV would head over there to sing and shake hand to make money...

  • 357. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • sherla1019:
    This is what you call fighting for your rights and freedom??!!! What the hell are these young ppl doing other then attacking officeers they cry that they were shot with rubber bullets and pepper spray thats how u disperse a crowd when it gets outta control with violence i see nothing wrong with that its a normal thing in US! THe case in Yuen long is truly upsetting and upon seeing the police station shutting there doors on innocent ppl asking for help im not siding with either side just hope that peace will return over in HK asap!!!

  • 358. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • llwy12:
    @mike Nope…basically, nothing anybody says is going to help now, which is why most celebrities are keeping their mouths shut, especially since quite a few of them have been pulled into the extradition bill crisis the past 2 months and have seen the collateral damage resulting from it (some innocently, some not so innocently – the latest “innocent” one is Ali Lee). TVB got pulled in last month (which, btw, I’m surprised Jaynestars didn’t report anything on it) and they’ve not only lost advertisers, they’ve also had to cancel a lot of events and filmings (though honestly I don’t have much sympathy for them, since they brought it on themselves pretty much, but that’s another story). It’s gotten to the point where there are protests nearly every day now and most of HK looks like a warzone (oh and ordinary Hong Kongers don’t dare to wear black shirts or white shirts in public anymore). It’s sad, but from the latest reports, it looks like the only way stability will be restored is if the incompetent HK government acquiesces to at least the main 2 (out of 5) of the protestors’ demands (specifically to withdraw the bill and also form an independent council to investigate the excessive use of force by police) or Mainland government sends in the PLA. With that said, both options don’t seem likely, so the protests and unrest will probably continue on for who knows how long….

  • 359. Aimee Chan Shares Photo of 16-Year-Old Self, Gains Praises
  • PotatoChip:
    Their children are so cute. Aimee is also very cute. I just got around to watching Line Walker the Prelude and I never will understand how Moses was a model. In some scenes, he was attractive because his character was actually cooly intimidating. Others, he was so one note and looked miscasted. As actors, Aimee and Moses, have their misses but are overall watchable. I do admire their relationship. Very supportive of each other and loving.

  • 360. Amid Escalating Tension in Hong Kong, Wong Hei Warns Demonstrators to Disperse
  • Mike:
    did it help ease any tension? he posted that a few days ago assuming it was during the escalation.

  • 361. Kenneth Ma Isn’t Scared of Attacks Despite Simon Yam’s Injury
  • Mike:
    support Kenneth but a concert?

  • 362. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong Yes — and the amazing part is that Jacky still came through loud and clear even though there were problems with his microphone, which actually didn’t start working until near the end of the song (Joey’s opening show was actually plagued with problems, from the audio equipment not working properly to parts of the stage malfunctioning)....honestly, how many artists nowadays are still able to pull off that level of performance when the main piece of equipment you rely on malfunctions? None other than the God of Songs of course! LOL...no problem with the tickets! Though of course, the only thing is IF Jacky is going to hold another concert tour....he said after this past tour that his next project will likely be a musical, which I’m totally fine with as long as he tours outside of HK like he did with Snow Wolf Lake, lol....but he also said it’s in the “10 strokes not even 1 stroke” phase so we’ll see... :-)

  • 363. Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Mystery of Dragon Seal” Drops New Posters
  • JJWong:
    Yawn. Oh neat, they'll be speaking English to one another and neither will understand each other. It's like a duck talking to a chicken. Lol. Pass!

  • 364. 54 Year Old Raymond Cho Turns to Traditional Chinese Medicine to Keep Youthful Looks
  • JJWong:
    He does look good for a 54 but saying he's barely 35 is waaaaaay far-fetched.

  • 365. Aimee Chan Shares Photo of 16-Year-Old Self, Gains Praises
  • JJWong:
    I kinda like and respect her as a mom. I'm glad Aimee recognized what she eats impact her kids and was reasonable enough to change for them. Both of them are lucky to have found and married one another. It's too bad Moses isn't aging well! Lol. I still can't believe he started out as a model xD

  • 366. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • JJWong:
    Goosebumps! His voice is so clear and powerful still. Love. Love. Love. @llwy12 I swear next time you stake out for his concert tickets, I need you to buy me a couple. I don't care where or when. I'll make it there. I'll even commission you! :) You know I how impossible it was for me to get his tix dor the last tour. I had every odds against me :(

  • 367. Wilfred Lau Has No Love for Denise Ho
  • Miriamfanz:
    Who is this nobody to say post a picture of “My Joey”? She rightfully dumped his sorry a$$ a long time ago.

  • 368. Nick Cheung’s “Bodies at Rest” Premieres August 16th
  • Parallex:
    Looks like Die Hard in a Morgue. Looks good.

  • 369. 54 Year Old Raymond Cho Turns to Traditional Chinese Medicine to Keep Youthful Looks
  • Hannah:
    he does look good for 54.

  • 370. Nick Cheung’s “Bodies at Rest” Premieres August 16th
  • Hannah:
    i am looking forward to this!

  • 371. Carlos Chan: I have Zero Dancing & Singing Talent
  • Hannah:
    Carlos is such a cutie!

  • 372. Hong Kong Version of “Black Mirror” Premieres on ViuTV
  • Yuyu:
    I watched the first episode, starring Elaine Ng. I'm surprised at her expression of loss, desperation, guilt and self denial. I remembered watching her as kid and she was not memorable, or perhaps that was just TVB- no one is memorable. She does look like an older version of Linda Chung. I did not watch Black Mirror but I really enjoyed this. The first episode is just so sad.

  • 373. Hong Kong Version of “Black Mirror” Premieres on ViuTV
  • Hannah:
    just saw the 1st episode and i do rate it. Elaine Ng pretty decent in it. Have anyone seen 'On Children' taiwan Netflix show ? similar to black mirror and must watch if you haven't seen it.

  • 374. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • jimmyszeto:
    Like one but don't like the other...

  • 375. Jacky Cheung Surprises as Guest Performer at Joey Yung’s Concert
  • llwy12:
    LOL...I recommend watching the entire chat segment in its original form because a whole lot more was said and as usual, none of the summaries in the media are able to do it justice. And technically, it wasn’t really a “surprise” because everyone already knew Jacky would be the musical guest, since it was reported in the media beforehand ...plus majority of fans already saw him earlier in the day during rehearsals, lol (technically, most of us fans knew he would probably make a guest appearance at Joey’s next concert even a few years back when she decided to do a cover of his hit So Far Yet So Close and he made a special appearance in her music video for the song...).

  • 376. Carlos Chan: I have Zero Dancing & Singing Talent
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong That’s typical TVB though…they try to claim credit for everything because they can, plus they know most audiences won’t go through the trouble of vetting their info or challenging what they say. One of the “perks” of being a free-to-air TV channel in HK is being able to saturate a majority of the population (since their channel is free after all, compared to most of the other stations in HK that require a paid subscription of some sort, which most Hong Kongers are not willing to pay for) and it definitely works to TVB’s advantage in situations like this where they are able to spin the narrative whichever way they want to. In Carlos’ case – yes, TVB did “help” him gain popularity by providing him a platform for him to showcase his talent (inviting him to film a series that they produced), but let’s be honest, it was really Carlos’ stellar performance in that series that brought him to the attention of most mainstream audiences – if his performance had sucked, no one would’ve noticed him….so yes, Carlos deserves more of the credit for his own popularity than TVB does…or perhaps to be more accurate, we should say that his management company EEG deserves more credit for his popularity than TVB does (or perhaps the other artists Carlos worked with in the past whom he was able to learn from in order to build up his skills – veterans such as Kara Hui for instance….after all, Carlos had already made a name for himself in the film industry prior to filming that one series for TVB)….either way though, TVB is at the bottom of the totem pole where credit is concerned so they need to stop acting like they are the sole reason why these artists have a career in the first place (though we all know that’s wishful thinking, since TVB thrives on this kind of stuff – it’s one of the ways they’ve been able to stay relevant for the past 50+ years)….

  • 377. Hong Kong Version of “Black Mirror” Premieres on ViuTV
  • sherla1019:
    Gonna give this series a try I've been waiting for this station to come out with a new drama......and nice to see that ViuTV is giving Elaine a chance to film and earn some extra income!!!

  • 378. Leanne Li is a Relaxed Mom
  • wm2017:
    Lord!! Like he doesn't look weird looking enough. haha lol..OMG that face...

  • 379. Wilfred Lau Has No Love for Denise Ho
  • bubbles23:
    Headline should be he has no chill for Denise lol. So... Is he still dating Joey? Thought they broke up.

  • 380. Carlos Chan: I have Zero Dancing & Singing Talent
  • JJWong:
    @llwy12 Yea, he does seem like a genuinely nice guy all around. Glas that he isn't signed with TVB. He needs to branch outside of TVB, which I think he has/is. It just seems like TVB takes credit on increasing his popularity when in reality he has it, the acting chop before them.

  • 381. Hong Kong Version of “Black Mirror” Premieres on ViuTV
  • JJWong:
    I like Black Mirror. Hope they breaks out with this one and not a mere copycat. Support!

  • 382. Wilfred Lau Has No Love for Denise Ho
  • llwy12:
    I honestly didn’t see anything wrong with Denise’s comment...prior to the whole Wilfred thing, Joey and Denise were really close and they probably joked around like that all the time. To me, it sounds more like Wilfred is butthurt about Joey and Denise mending their relationship and wants to continue to make himself relevant in Joey’s life...I honestly never knew what Joey saw in him.... Anyway, on to happier news...Joey’s concert opened today (brave that she want forward with it considering the massive strike in HK and virtual crippling of most transportation)...and special musical guest was — Jacky Cheung!! They sang a special version of “So Close Yet So Far” (of course!) which pretty much brought the house down. Also loved their hilarious chat after the song! :-)

  • 383. Wilfred Lau Has No Love for Denise Ho
  • Anon:
    So do Pro-China supporters.

  • 384. Wilfred Lau Has No Love for Denise Ho
  • wm2017:
    Wow!! Both so educated w/their social media languages. hahaha LOL....

  • 385. Hong Kong Version of “Black Mirror” Premieres on ViuTV
  • Anon:
    Interesting... Gonna watch this for Anthony Wong.

  • 386. Him Law Pairs with Kelly Cheung in New TVB Drama
  • Anon:
    So many no-talent hacks getting lead roles in HK dramas and movies. No wonder HK entertainment is hopeless.

  • 387. Ada Choi and Max Zhang Renew Wedding Vows
  • Dreamer:
    I used to like ada a lot in her younger days. I dont know why recently she seems to be rubbing me off in the wrong way. Perhaps, recently she seemed to overpowering in interviews?

  • 388. Leanne Li is a Relaxed Mom
  • m0m0:
    raising a child with a kind heart is important. there are enough nasty-hearted people on earth to ruin people's days. wouldn't it be nice to have a smart and kind child.

  • 389. Him Law Pairs with Kelly Cheung in New TVB Drama
  • jimmyszeto:
    Happy for Wai ka Hung. Not good having Kelly Cheung leading though..

  • 390. Leanne Li is a Relaxed Mom
  • jimmyszeto:
    Wong Cho Lam seems quite insecure about his natural looks. Always has to pull a face or act stupid in photos...

  • 391. Miss HK Contestant Carmaney Wong Hit with Breast Implant Rumors
  • terrycrews19:
    it doesn't even look like she has much there, the world's smallest implants??

  • 392. Yang Mi and Hawick Lau Split Assets After Divorce
  • winnie:
    @snowy It's a guestimate at best, and a little digging, like a good journalist, you will be amazed at what can be dug up. Unless they put their properties under other people names

  • 393. Tracy Chu Tries to Save Money on Wedding
  • m0m0:
    that's one smart and thrifty girl

  • 394. Louis Koo, Jackson Wang Make Appearances at Sammi Cheng’s Concert
  • llwy12:
    @anon Yea, the fashion choices for the concerts nowadays are more weird and oddball than anything else. I miss the concerts from the old days, which usually went the “elegant” and “sophisticated” route rather than the “gawky” and “gimmicky” route that define most of today’s concerts. The guest appearances thing has always been a “staple” of these concerts and is meant to give the main artist an extended break to rest or change. With that said though, sometimes it makes sense to have guest appearances and it’s even expected and welcomed (like with an artist who isn’t truly a singer holding a special performance or the trend a few years ago for composers and lyricists to hold concerts featuring their works, in which case they have to invite guests since they aren’t singers themselves). Sometimes it’s not necessary though, at least in my opinion. But yea, sometimes the performances aren’t always worth the astronomical ticket prices...the only artist I would ever pay money to see (and always the most expensive ticket option —wouldn’t settle for anything less, lol) is Jacky Cheung, who just so happens to be the only HK artist who never has guests at his concerts and always makes sure his fans get their “bang for their buck” by including as many songs in his rundown as possible in an often 3 hour plus jam-packed show (which, to me, is still not enough time, but oh well, lol)...

  • 395. Carlos Chan: I have Zero Dancing & Singing Talent
  • llwy12:
    @jjwong LOl...true! But then again, Carlos isn’t contracted with TVB so maybe not...it’s funny that he said he dances like a crab and can’t sing worth crap so he’s glad his company didn’t push him on the singer/dancer path, haha...so honest! And how sweet is it that he’s buying his little sister’s marriage jewelry....I love how close he is to his family and how comfortable he is talking about them during interviews. He’s one of the few younger generation artists nowadays who has a combination of real talent (in acting) and good looks, not to mention a down-to-earth and honest personality. Happy to see him getting so popular now! :-)

  • 396. Ada Choi and Max Zhang Renew Wedding Vows
  • jimmyszeto:
    Paid big money to do this obviously....

  • 397. Jackson Wang Films for Carol Cheng’s Variety Show, “Do Did Eat”
  • Mike:
    lol hover hand. He is afraid of ruining the plastic

  • 398. Chiling Lin and Akira Live Separately after Marriage
  • babycakes:
    I give it a year, 2 at the most. And that's being generous. Meh

  • 399. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • JJWong:
    Wonder how his tix sell will be like? It's one thing to be a keyboard warrior and another to actually take your wallet out to support. Anyways, good luck! Tbh, Idk who he is nor his songs.

  • 400. Sammy Leung Provides Insight on Married Couple Quarrels
  • JJWong:
    There's truth to Sammy statement. He could've stop there though. Calling the wife is unnecessary. They probably have an argument about that! Lol.

  • 401. Carlos Chan: I have Zero Dancing & Singing Talent
  • JJWong:
    TVB will make a singer/dancer out of you sooner or later! Disregard if you can sing or dance. Lol.

  • 402. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • JJWong:
    How did Wayne make his first pot of gold? It can't be from his popularity after No Regrets series, can it?? I agree with @diana80 assessment.

  • 403. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • diana80:
    The article above actually mentioned that 'netizens online miss seeing Wayne on TVB'...not in any dramas produce by other TV stations. So i find that his answer is appropriate that he has been selective on TVB drama that he chooses to film recently. Furthermore, he's on a 'one series per year' contract with TVB...so it is understandable that he's being selective because he definitely wants to choose a good role that could leave a deep impression to the audience. Besides, if money is not a great concern and Wayne is already enjoying a comfortable life with his Hong Kong income, then there's no need for him to shift his career to Mainland, where he could only be a 4th or 5th line actors. Thus, it's a matter of choice for Wayne, and there is nothing wrong if he chooses to stay in his comfort zone, as long as he continues to give us a good show in any drama he is in.

  • 404. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • llwy12:
    Ironically, that September slot is the same one that Andy Hui originally had scheduled to hold his concert before his cheating scandal with Jacqueline forced him to cancel....BOYz took over that time slot and now Steven got busted for cheating.....maybe that time slot is cursed, lol....

  • 405. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • llwy12:
    @anon Agreed. If Wayne was truly selective, he would be letting the project / script dictate his choices, which would likely lead him to choose projects having nothing to do with TVB — the possibilities are endless nowadays with 2 additional TV stations as well as the booming web series business. The fact that he’s doing the “one series a year” thing with TVB and not working with any other HK production companies tells me that he prefers familiarity over trying new things (though most likely he also doesn’t want to damage his relationship with TVB, even though he’s not contracted with them, since we all know how petty TVB can be).

  • 406. Louisa Mak’s Frugal Ways to Save Up for 1.9 Million Yuan Property
  • redbean:
    It’s square feet, not square meter. Also, it’s Hong Kong Dollars, not Chinese Yuan. This housing development is known for its mini studios, which is what Louisa and her family purchased. In Hong Kong, there is no such thing as a 141 square meter (1518 square feet) home for HK$1.9M (US$244K).

  • 407. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • llwy12:
    @vodka Kenny should have enough songs, as he had launched his own solo career after BOYz had broken up years ago and has a few solo albums under his belt. Not sure if he will sing any BOYZ songs though....pretty sure his friends and labelmates will support him if he does decide to sing those songs though. I was never a BOYZ fan (and still not) but I’m happy for Kenny, as he worked hard for this and to have his dreams dashed due to his band mate’s stupidities was totally unfair (not to mention the way Steven handled things was horrible — he essentially left Kenny and the crew behind in Thailand when the news first broke, going into hiding and not answering his phone or anything....Kenny repeatedly tried to get a hold of him for an explanation, but he ignored him...he finally had to come out and face the media himself, even though he was a victim himself and had no clue what was going on).

  • 408. Sammy Leung Provides Insight on Married Couple Quarrels
  • tvbrama:
    His advice is fair, and I’m sure it will be useful for the caller, Charles, in his marriage issues. But it makes me uncomfortable that he had Sammy call his wife onto the radio show without her consent - I doubt she knew he’d be calling onto the show since they were fighting lol. At least she was able to shut down the conversation quickly. Hopefully they’re able to work out their issues.

  • 409. Sammy Leung Provides Insight on Married Couple Quarrels
  • m0m0:
    Every couples got their share if quarrel. Marriage life isn't full of fairy tale happily ever after especially after having kids.

  • 410. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • jimmyszeto:
    @anon I think Wayne does not want any change. He is very rich and living very comfortably from the HK Income. Extra millions from China will not change his quality of life. His lifestyle will only change if he moves to an unfamiliar environment to earn the extra millions and that will be eating months/years of life he could be enjoying in the HK.

  • 411. Louis Koo, Jackson Wang Make Appearances at Sammi Cheng’s Concert
  • nigel:
    @aktf it’s called showing off her impressive “butt cheeks” lol. Haha that many girls younger than her can’t compete lo

  • 412. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • Vodka:
    So happy for Kenny though does he even have many solo track to support the concert hope he’ll still perform some boyz song and many guest to come.

  • 413. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • llwy12:
    @msxie0714 No need to keep bringing up those protests from the 60s because the HK protestors today already know about those — in fact, there has been repeated coverage in the media about that particular history (and not just those, but all of the protests that had ever occurred in HK over the past few decades) and there have even been calls from the public for Carrie Lam herself (and her cronies in government) to study those protests so they can see how the British government handled the aftermath....I saw an article that even broke down action by action how the British government responded and compared to the current protests, how Carrie Lam’s administration responded (and also strongly urged her to “learn from” what the British did, lol). And yes, those types of issues are endemic in most cities, but that doesn’t mean Hong Kongers should just accept it. Just like we have the right to protest injustices we see here in the U.S., Hong Kongers have every right to protest the same injustices occurring in their own city. To me, it’s a moot point to keep trying to imply that the protestors’ anger at their government is unjustified because the things they are angry about happen in other countries as well — it’s completely irrelevant....and it’s also pointless to keep bringing up the protests that occurred decades ago under British rule because, unlike what China did with Tiananmen Square (and what they are doing now with the current unrest in HK), Britain didn’t try to erase those events from their history books, not did they try to “brainwash” their entire population (and I am including HK here) into believing that those events never happened. All of that history has not only been widely talked about the past 2 months, it is also being used as a lesson for the current protests (which, to be honest, is what should be done with all history— we should be learning from it so we don’t commit the same horrific mistakes). So as far as I see it, no matter which way people try to slice and dice things (whether for or against China), I’ll still believe what I believe about the current situation in HK based on everything I know from history as well as what I see / read from various news sources (within HK and outside of it) and, more importantly, from my relatives and friends currently living in HK (who have been giving us nearly daily rundowns of everything that’s happening over there as a way to cope and vent). Everyone’s opinion of what has been happening will undoubtedly be different, which is fine — the important thing is to fully understand the whole story (including the relevant history and background involved) first before taking sides....just my two cents...

  • 414. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • applelim:
    So glad for Kenny....hope the fans will support him and make the concert event a great success!! who needs....??what's the other guy's name??? we just need Kenny!!!

  • 415. Louisa Mak’s Frugal Ways to Save Up for 1.9 Million Yuan Property
  • passingby2:
    @jayne no it is indeed 141 square feet (平方尺) and that's HKD$1.9 million, not yuan (as in renminbi).

  • 416. Yang Mi and Hawick Lau Split Assets After Divorce
  • Snowy:
    I wonder how the media estimates Yang Mi and Hawick's net worth. Really, does the media really know all the assets owned by each of them?

  • 417. Louisa Mak’s Frugal Ways to Save Up for 1.9 Million Yuan Property
  • jayne:
    @hayden It should be 141 square meter, or 1518 square feet.

  • 418. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • jayne:
    @anon Wayne's wife is his manager, so she will be with him while he's working in Mainland China. This won't sacrifice his time with his wife as they won't be separated long distance. Wayne's son is currently studying in the United States, so this likely affected Wayne's decision to shift his focus to Mainland now. His son is older and doesn't require Wayne to spend as much time with him anymore. It's not purely a reason driven by money to act in Mainland...Wayne will get to work in dramas with higher production values, which can showcase his abilities more. His career in HK has already peaked, and it is time to try new opportunities.

  • 419. Jackson Wang Films for Carol Cheng’s Variety Show, “Do Did Eat”
  • jayne:
    @orchid123 Jackson reminds me of a young Aaron Kwok, especially the hairstyle. Jackson's features are not especially feminine, but he tends to wear too much makeup and bright lipstick. His genuine personality is very likable and he is great in making others at ease. In the beginning of the clip, Fama said a few times that they felt transparent since a big star such as Jackson was on the show. You can see Jackson watching Fama's response intently, and finally he said he has watched Billy Luk's scenes in "My Commissioned Lover", which immediately brightened up Fama's mood. I've watched his Mainland Chinese variety shows and his sense of humor really adds to the lively atmosphere. It's a matter of time before Jackson makes a film debut; his increased appearances in HK may signify interest in working with a HK director.

  • 420. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • Anon:
    @m0m0 I find that excuse difficult to believe. If he's filming at TVB or in the mainland, he won't be seeing much of his family during the period of shooting anyway. And he's no longer at the stage of his career where he will be shooting non-stop throughout the year, taking projects one after another. When he's not shooting, he can be with his family. So it's makes little difference either way in terms of family commitments but it's a wide gap in income. I think it's more to do with the fact that he won't be a leading actor in China and will likely be demoted to supporting roles - just look at Michael Miu and Ray Lui. In China, they get 4th or 5th line roles. At tvb, they be leading and they will cater an entire script for them. That's the opportunity he will miss most IMHO.

  • 421. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • m0m0:
    wayne lai is such a talented actor. i do miss seeing him on screen.

  • 422. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • m0m0:
    @anon he's a family man, he wants to be w/ his family

  • 423. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • bubbles23:
    @anon lol so true. Selective and tvb are oxymorons.

  • 424. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • babycakes:
    Steven [email protected]$%&ed himself up real good. His name and reputation are down the drain. This scoundrel got what he deserves. His earning potential will be so limited now.

  • 425. Yu Zheng Wants to Cast Wayne Lai and Michelle Yim for New Drama?
  • Anon:
    If you're selective then you shouldn't be filming for TVB.

  • 426. Kenny Kwan to Continue HK Coliseum Concert without Steven Cheung
  • m0m0:
    That's going,. Glad for the turnout. He worked hard and deserves his fruits of labor

  • 427. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • msxie0714:
    @llwy12 HK'ers should realize that problems of housing shortages and the high cost of living are endemic in major cities around the world. Protesters nostalgic for the old days should also study history to learn that sedition laws under British rule were strictly enforced and demonstrations were banned. Those who did protest during the 60s were dealt with harshly, unlike the relative leniency shown now. That being said, China definitely has to take the blame for the hostility and inconvenience caused by mainlanders' insensitivity toward the locals.

  • 428. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • :
    Do we live by our own moral beliefs or those a Country sets?

  • 429. Jackson Wang Films for Carol Cheng’s Variety Show, “Do Did Eat”
  • orchid123:
    @jjwong Agreed. Jackson Wang is very good looking, but a bit feminine. Have not watched anything filmed or sung by him yet.

  • 430. Louis Koo, Jackson Wang Make Appearances at Sammi Cheng’s Concert
  • Anon:
    These HK concerts are always weird as F with the odd fits and the random guest appearances. I'll never pay money to watch them sing. Maybe Jacky Cheung.

  • 431. Tracy Chu Tries to Save Money on Wedding
  • JJWong:
    She sounds like a sweet, down to earth girl. Justin is lucky. Best wishes to both!

  • 432. Jackson Wang Films for Carol Cheng’s Variety Show, “Do Did Eat”
  • JJWong:
    First time heard his voice... i like! Deep and has depth. Only if his face less feminine, but it's expected/loved, the mold of K-pops. He seems like a genuine gentleman. Notice how he doesn't "tau sui" with his arm behind dodo back but not really touching her. Best of luck in HK, mate! I find the "little fresh meat" offensive. The interview girl needs to work on her skills, her laughs are loud and annoying.

  • 433. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • llwy12:
    @msxie0714 Yes, and there were others in HK who appealed to foreign governments for help, but that was all AFTER the protests had already started....so to say the U.S. and Britain and all the other Western nations “instigated” the protests doesn’t make sense. Now would they have taken advantage of the protests currently going on and exploit further to gain dominance — of course that’s possible, and most countries would do so...but taking advantage of something that’s already happening versus being the instigators of something that didn’t happen yet are 2 different things. Plus it’s obvious that China is trying to deflect blame for the protests to other countries so they don’t have to look inward and see that the problem seems actually stem from them, not other countries. There have been many analyses done over the past 2 months and it’s been concluded that the extradition bill and Carrie Lam’s actions were merely the catalyst for the protests — the deeper, underlying reason is really the accumulation of issues in HK society that the government has not bothered to address or resolve — for example, housing shortage, rising crime, basic necessities not being available, plus also government policies that favor Mainland visitors such as the allowance of parallel trading, prioritizing services to non-HK visitors, refusing to curb the influx of Mainland visitors, even when the situation was dire, such as when there were no hospital beds available for Hong Kongers in need of them in any of the hospitals due to pregnant women from the Mainland taking most of them up, etc. All of those are homegrown issues, governance issues (whether HK govt or Mainland govt) that they can’t blame Western countries for.

  • 434. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • llwy12:
    @m0m0 Honestly, I don’t see how that is degrading to women...but then again, it’s Chinese fans we’re talking about so go figure. I also read somewhere that most of the fans who object are Wu JinYan’s fans and some of the reasons given was that she is “too young and beautiful” to be playing some old dude’s second wife, and a stepmother to boot (though they didn’t seem to have a problem with it in Yanxi...but probably because they weren’t fans then). So yea, definitely some immature and delusional fans right there...

  • 435. Louis Koo, Jackson Wang Make Appearances at Sammi Cheng’s Concert
  • Aktf:
    Her outfit in the first video with louis koo is very disturbing. Almost half of her ass is showing... She should fire her stylist lol

  • 436. Louisa Mak’s Frugal Ways to Save Up for 1.9 Million Yuan Property
  • Hayden:
    Is there a typo? 141 sq foot for 1.9 million yuan?

  • 437. Jackson Wang Films for Carol Cheng’s Variety Show, “Do Did Eat”
  • Hayden:
    Jackson is like a happy fruit that brings joy to everyone around him.

  • 438. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Ricky721:
    Definitely over for Steven... Sad for Kenny.

  • 439. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Ricky721:
    @vodka you can say that again...

  • 440. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Ricky721:
    @m0m0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayNc1NmXqes The 3 other girls he was messing with came out.

  • 441. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • Ricky721:
    Hot mess.. I guess it's over for him.

  • 442. Raymond Wong Makes Snide Remark about Jacqueline Wong
  • Ricky721:
    @orchid123 I happen to agree with you.

  • 443. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • LittleFish:
    @m0m0 not half, possibly full Afro, hence why he found out he’s not the father? Lol

  • 444. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • LittleFish:
    @potatochip maybe because he got cheated on and didn’t know? Lol, apparently it’s an insult to the all mighty profession (Chinese hail doctor as the best career path) to be cheated on by a non Chinese! Great logic but hey, these are crazy Chinese fans, don’t question their logic xD

  • 445. Xianxia Film “Jade Dynasty” Drops Character Posters
  • LittleFish:
    Apart from Sweet Li, the other two girl look meh. And the posters look so modern, and has no xianxia feel to it >_> pass

  • 446. Louis Koo, Jackson Wang Make Appearances at Sammi Cheng’s Concert
  • wm2017:
    I can never understand what the heck they are wearing during concerts???? That figure oh gosh... Lol..Louis Koo really can not sing. Jackson Wang is cute thou.

  • 447. [Beauty] Fan Bingbing Shares Skincare Routine Secrets
  • msxie0714:
    @m0m0 photoshop filters can do wonders.

  • 448. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • msxie0714:
    These irrational and demanding c-fans are very young and immature but wield a lot of power in numbers. They were successful in pressuring Tong Liya to step down from a role about 30-something women.

  • 449. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • msxie0714:
    @llwy12 Didn't some of the HK anti-china leaders like Jimmy Lai of Apple Daily plead for support from VP Pence in their face-to-face meeting.? Given the long history of destabilizing foreign governments by the US, it's not implausible that exploiting the chaos in HK is part of the strategy of White House warhawks to take down China's economy which is a threat to American supremacy and dominance.

  • 450. Raymond Wong Makes Snide Remark about Jacqueline Wong
  • orchid123:
    I found that Roxanne Tong is a better actress than Jacqueline Wong, both in acting and in look.

  • 451. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • m0m0:
    Just googled the drama, people say it's degrading to women because the story goes that the dude and the African lady got married but later found out that the child wasn't his but he chose to raise it as his own anyway. So I guess the part about women cheating on men is degrading women....

  • 452. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • llwy12:
    @coralie That has always been China’s mantra though. To them, making money isn’t as important as saving face and continuing to promote their Communist agenda (and blaming everyone but themselves for their country’s issues). They (the CCP / Mainland govt) are pretty much the only ones who don’t see the ridiculousness of their actions and words. It’s just like with this whole HK protest thing, the Mainland govt keeps insisting that the “evil Western nations” are the “black hands” behind the protests – one of the Beijing govt officials even outright said that the U.S. “instigated” the protests, and “forced” Hong Kongers to take to the streets to go against their mother country and therefore the U.S. “owes the entire world an explanation.” (so they are basically saying that Hong Kongers would never go against Mainland China on their own accord because they love their motherland so the fact that they are protesting must be due to outside forces rather than any wrongdoing or problems with the Mainland government). Seriously, anyone who believes the garbage that the Mainland govt spews out need to get their brains checked. Basically, Beijing views anyone in the West who makes any type of comment about anything going on in China or HK (whether it’s a positive comment or a negative one) as “meddling in China’s affairs” (yes, @coralie, from your one comment alone, in Beijing’s eyes, you are “meddling in China’s affairs” — you better not set foot in China because they might arrest you, lol...but hey, I’m right there with you, since by virtue of repeatedly criticizing the Mainland govt, I’ve pretty much committed treason, lol). It’s sad and pathetic, but that’s the way they’ve operated for the past 70 years and it’s not going to change— if anything, it’s just going to get worse...

  • 453. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • m0m0:
    It's be crazy stupid if they called out the drama because of racism. Btx how do they find half afro chinese children?

  • 454. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • PotatoChip:
    I am also interested in this movie. All the press has been really good. The interviews with Lulu Wong are inspiring.

  • 455. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • PotatoChip:
    @yoyo Right, racism. It's predictably disappointing about those people. Same people hate themselves because they wouldn't mind a white wife.

  • 456. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • vbabe8:
    I can hardly wait to see this movie, heard about it, seen some previews on Showbiz Korea, she was also featured on Good Morning America. She is humorous, funny, but now this serious drama is a feature to watch. Wishing her and the rest of the cast, Good Luck, and continued success with this movie in America. So glad to see the Asians getting credit for job well done for a change, they deserve it, they do work hard at their craft, hoping to see more film productions coming our way. This appears to me as a shot in the arm for families facing many dilemmas, but when it hits close to home, when granny is seriously ill, they are basically the glue of any family as I'm getting chicken skin typing this, with all due respect and honor cause I miss my gung gung, my granny, my tutu, my mom; don't know how we would've managed without all of them, still good memories, lasting till my days as a granny, I'll remember also this movie too. Thank you, Xie Xie, Mahalo, peace & happiness.

  • 457. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • yoyo:
    Haha lol, yeah it's definitely because the first wife is African that's why it's insulting doctors and women. Chinese have this one thing against black people.

  • 458. Former TVB Actor Eddie Li Sells Chicken to Pay Off Credit Card Debt
  • vbabe8:
    He looks familiar, I remember he did perform as an actor in some dramas even though I watch a lot of Asian dramas now, more than American living here in Hawaii. I do give him a lot of credit for investing, working & serving out of his little restaurant in that shopping plaza, although not actively performing as an actor but is definitely taking care of business. And that business is taking care of his family especially as a dad, husband, you do what you have to do to survive until his career kicks in. But it's more important to prioritize family, business, than his career. He will get back to acting is what got him started right. Wishing him only the best for all what is important to him now, don't worry, he'll get back on that stage, limelight, acting soon, good luck to him and his family. Hang in there, fighting.

  • 459. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • PotatoChip:
    How is it insulting to doctors and Chinese women? Is it because his first wife is an African woman? Sigh...

  • 460. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • Dramas4me:
    I don't have a problem with the story, but why can't they pair her up with another male actor beside Nie Yuan? She teamed up with him three dramas in a row already. That's kind of boring.

  • 461. Wu Jinyan Fans Are Boycotting Her New Yu Zheng Drama
  • coralie:
    How is this insulting to doctors and women??

  • 462. Chinese Historical, Idol Dramas Pulled Out of Broadcast for Remainder of 2019
  • coralie:
    I guess China doesn't care about generating revenue at a time when they're strapped for money with the ongoing trade war.... Whoever's helming these decisions need to get fired. Only people who have too much time on their hands and is totally ignorant will make decisions that 1) harms the economy, 2) ignore the people and 3) make such a ridiculous excuse. If they want to brainwash their citizens, just cancel all broadcasted TV except mantras that promotes their own propaganda, for godsakes. Do it like N. Korea! That's the way to go.

  • 463. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • Canadian:
    I watched this two weeks ago, it was awesome. Awkwafina is doing quite well in Hollywood, and this performance was very good.

  • 464. Estate Lawyer Finds Ella Koon and Family Misappropriated Grandmother’s Estate Funds
  • :
    cheating a old woman when she is weak and venerable is the worst....

  • 465. [Beauty] Fan Bingbing Shares Skincare Routine Secrets
  • m0m0:
    omg, i just noticed now her face has gotten magnitudes smaller since she debuted. how much facial slimming does one has to do to get that?

  • 466. [Beauty] Fan Bingbing Shares Skincare Routine Secrets
  • m0m0:
    it's to trick young girls' $$$. you're either born w/ good skin or not. can't do much to fix it. unless you eat like crap every single day then you're on the right track to ruining your skin.

  • 467. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • Ricky721:
    She looks good here.. I will be watching this movie.. Not bad.

  • 468. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • jimmyszeto:
    They didn't deserve to sing there anyway so no sympathy here. There have been much better singer who have never been in the Hong Kong Coliseum to perform. Boyz would have been a one song concert because they only have one song. Would have been that and singing a lot of covers of other famous singers....

  • 469. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Vodka:
    @piggy lol they can sing 死性不改 over and over again

  • 470. Asians in Hollywood: “The Farewell”
  • m0m0:
    Awkafina looks okay here, way better than her CRA look and over the top acting. not bad. i didn't know not telling someone that they have a terminal disease was a taboo in china. no wonder why some chinese person i know suspected of having the disease decided to not get a proper diagnosis

  • 471. Former TVB Actor Eddie Li Sells Chicken to Pay Off Credit Card Debt
  • jimmyszeto:
    I don’t even know how this guy got into the entertainment circle. Most robotic guy ever and even when he is interviewed he seems dumb and slow...

  • 472. Cast for “Shang-Chi” Announced; Tony Leung to Portray The Mandarin
  • PotatoChip:
    @anon Funny. Didn't say I was a fan. Even if I were, it doesn't discount my opinion. Just like since you are not a fan, it doesn't validate yours. Eh, but you are correct to agree to disagree. External beauty is fleeting and not how I place value on women.

  • 473. Nicky Wu Wards off Female Fan’s Eager Advances
  • Dramas4me:
    Wow! There are some not so kind comments here. What did the guy do to you all? You don't have to like him, but there is no need to be so unkind. 1. He didn't get popular when he was younger for no reason. Did all those fans blind? 2. Their BBJX drama & his acting in the drama didn't get popular for no reason either. 3. This is an awful picture of him here.

  • 474. Grace Chan Goes Grocery Shopping with Son and Helper
  • jimmyszeto:
    @oystergirl Maybe they want to communicate in English or do not trust oriental Asians? Easy to forget because the name does not register with the baby's appearance. It will take some time to sink in...

  • 475. Sarah Songs Leaves TVB After 12 Years
  • Serene:
    Jason is really good looking, but honestly can’t act for nuts.. as for Sarah, I only know her as Jason’s wife...

  • 476. Grace Chan Goes Grocery Shopping with Son and Helper
  • Serene:
    @yuc9 yeah! Hope they didn’t bring him on the escalator like that

  • 477. Grace Chan Goes Grocery Shopping with Son and Helper
  • oystergirl:
    @jimmyszeto the irony of forgetting a name that’s meant to be unique and memorable lol What’s the deal with hiring foreign caretakers/helpers, out of curiosity? Seems to be a trend. Why not find someone local who speaks the native language? Lower wages?

  • 478. Grace Chan Goes Grocery Shopping with Son and Helper
  • jimmyszeto:
    Forgot that the baby's name is Rafael...

  • 479. Bruce Lee’s Daughter Denounces Her Father’s Portrayal in Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
  • jimmyszeto:
    'an arrogant prick'...Great use of language in an article...

  • 480. Sarah Songs Leaves TVB After 12 Years
  • Mike:
    @wm2017 ya Jason had a lot of opportunities and good looks but just lack the acting skills. Didn't notice Sarah much, just remember her unique Chinese name 宋熙年 and hence know who she is.

  • 481. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Piggy:
    I think the concert should just continue with Kenny and Charlene Choi (twins)..

  • 482. Steven Cheung’s Cheating Scandal Crushed Kenny Kwan’s Miracle
  • Vodka:
    unacceptable, Steven crushed Kenny dream... why such a guy make a bold claim right now should have waited until the concert is over... did he really think all he ex or mistress would just sit quietly and watch? he still pathetic and immature in many ways even after becoming a dad, BOYZ was having some hope for a good comeback and he blew it away!

  • 483. Sarah Songs Leaves TVB After 12 Years
  • wm2017:
    They didn't leave any impression on me at all whatever series/or anything they did. lol...

  • 484. Grace Chan Goes Grocery Shopping with Son and Helper
  • yuc9:
    wtf, he’s not even properly strapped in.

  • 485. Sarah Songs Leaves TVB After 12 Years
  • bubbles23:
    Sarah n Jason's YouTube channel is pretty good. Do check it out!.

  • 486. Him Law Wants to Be a Dad, But Couldn’t Find the Time Yet
  • Th3M0ng3r:
    No time to be a dad? Well, here's a reality check for your Him Law. Once you become a dad, you better have all the time in the world to be with your children. It's a lifelong commitment. If you want something bad enough, you will make time for it. No time is not an excuse.

  • 487. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • jcc10:
    @applelim haha I won’t be surprised if he is already cheating!

  • 488. Nicky Wu Wards off Female Fan’s Eager Advances
  • m0m0:
    @sherla1019 i think he was quite handsome when he was young but he's old now. but i always thought he's short.

  • 489. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • applelim:
    Lets see how long this relationship will last! He is a mess

  • 490. Nicky Wu Wards off Female Fan’s Eager Advances
  • msxie0714:
    @wm2017 He was already super popular in his boy band days during the 90s. His 'second spring' came in his 40s with the time travel drama.

  • 491. Lin Chi-ling Denies Pregnancy, But Wants to Have Twins
  • msxie0714:
    @m0m0 and a very nice, considerate person as well.

  • 492. Will Marvel Be Successful in Depicting “Shang-Chi’s” The Mandarin in a Culturally Sensitive Manner?
  • Anon:
    @pocky Hence why I am saying that it will and that these concerns are unnecessary.

  • 493. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • :
    Apology is a verb....It is not a noun. He is a repeat offender..... dont trust him till he really understand the verb.

  • 494. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • vlol:
    @dreamer I feel like there was no victim in this whole scandal. All the other girls (Moon, Miss C, Miss S, Man Man), all knew Steven was in a relationship with April. They’ve all continued their relationship with him knowing so they’re not victims. Honestly, April was said to be the 3rd party in Steven’s last relationship too so I don’t pity her either. The only real victims are the innocent child who’s born into this mess and also Kenny who’s worked so hard for the last 10+ years. Regarding the money, I read that Kenny and Yumiko has lended Steven money to repay his debt and EEG isn’t suing Steven for the loss of monetary in preparations for BOY’Z concert.

  • 495. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • Cutie777:
    Another Edison Chen. What if his ex’s are pregnant too? He’s going to end up paying for child support.

  • 496. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • Dreamer:
    What about the money that his exes said he owns them? I can never understand women who get together with a taken man and a wife who forgives a cheating husband. It was known that he was dating April. Why the hell would Man Man still get with him and even had a son? And that Moon also got with him knowing he was dating April? Also he cheated on his previous gf with April. It seemed that karma caught up with April. Now its his turn to face the karma. Besides, I dont know what the ladies sees in him

  • 497. Steven Cheung Apologizes About Cheating Scandal: “I Really Regret It”
  • coralie:
    "Even if I apologized to every single person who I have hurt, I will not be forgiven." He got that right.

  • 498. Nicky Wu Wards off Female Fan’s Eager Advances
  • wm2017:
    @sherla1019 LOL...So true. He was never attractive to begin with but he just got really lucky w/that time travel series that even my mom loved even thou time travels are not her genre. I never watched it but it's like her and friends were giggling like school girls about it at the time while I was baffled on WTH is the attraction of the show??? LOL...haha...I remember asking HIM??? Awww...just the face alone does not cut it... lol... Some people get really lucky and I would say he's one of them... already getting there at 40's and made it big.

  • 499. Nicky Wu Wards off Female Fan’s Eager Advances
  • sherla1019:
    really he has female fans that wanna get jiggy with him he should be honored never fine him attractive now nor even when he was in TVB no idea what so popular about him

  • 500. Steven Cheung’s Messy Private Life: Multiple Women Expose Him for Cheating
  • Hayden:
    For a face like that and he is not even that popular, not sure what these women sees in him and also to lend him money. This guy is a real douchebag.