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October 11, 2010

October 11, 2010

THR: Jet Li, Tsui Hark reunite

Li plays a Ming Dynasty general battling a power-hungry eunuch played by Chen Kun. Their contest comes to a head at an inn run by actress Zhou Xun.

FBA: Li, Tsui reunite for new Dragon picture

Production got underway today on Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, a stereoscopic 3-D film which reunites action star Jet Li and Chinese director Tsui Hark 14 years after their most successful collaboration on New Dragon Gate Inn.

CRI: ’The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate’ Starts Filming


THR: Hot Summer Days review

THR: When Love Comes review

THR: Late Autumn review

THR: Suitors rap on China’s door

Fox gets teeth into Chinese movie market

THR: Asian Filmmaker of the Year

Tsai Ming-liang lauded by PIFF for his taciturn films

CRI: Zhang Ziyi to Host Hundred Flowers Awards

The festival will open Tuesday, Oct. 12 in Jiangyin, a small city in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province. The media predicted a lackluster opening, as Jiangyin has no airport. [Fan Bingbing and Huang Xiaoming have already announced that they are not going.]

It is tradition for the Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Festival, one of the biggest film events in China, to be held in a different host city each year.

Stories From Chinese America - The Arthur Dong Collection

New DVD collection

Bouquet commemorating Anita Mui’s 47th birthday at a fan gathering in Hong Kong.

It’s been almost 7 years since the pop legend passed away.


Dong Xuan, Li Chen - Struggle

Director Joe Ma Wai-Ho and the cast of Struggle

Joe Ma has begun shooting the film version of Struggle in Suzhou. The romantic comedy is based on the popular 2007 mainland TV series. (Sina)

Publicity stills of Yu Shaoqun (Forever Enthralled) and Jiang Wu (Let the Bullets Fly) from The 1911 Revolution

Jiang Wu

Jiang Wu

Yu Shaoqun


Porn site is selling ‘fully naked’ photos of female stars for HK$78; HK stars next target

Anthony Wong spoke out against the unhealthy trend and called for government intervention.


Andy Lau in Harper’s Bazaar (Xinhua-slide show)

CRI: Yuan Quan, Chen Kun Pose for Mag Cover

Their romantic film “My Ex-wife’s Wedding” will be released on October 22.

Chen Kun

(Xinhua-slide show)

CRI: Li Bingbing, Star in Singaporean and Malaysian Versions of ‘Bazaar’

Stalking Cherie Chung shopping in Central


Need more Cherie? Check out Glenn’s Cherie Chung Week.

Charlene Choi

(Oct. 8) Appearing at the Metro i Do Concert, Charlene requested a microphone stand for support as she woke up feeling dizzy and nauseous, probably due to an ear infection. She was scheduled to fly overseas the next day for filming. Charlene admitted that she wanted a holiday but that it was just wishful thinking. [Give this girl a break! Her health seems to be an ongoing problem.] The Twins also have a November 13th concert in Macau on their schedule.  (Sina)

William Chan, Charlene Choi

Elsewhere, over the weekend, William Chan Wai-Ting publicly declared his love for Charlene on his weibo. (Sina) Charlene admitted through Emperor that two have been dating for 3 months and would make an announcement about their relationship when she returns to Hong Kong from a mainland fan club meeting. (Sina)2

HK actress Charlene Choi now dating singer William Chan

William Chan, Charlene at Hong Kong airport today

(Xinhua) (Sina)234

Sammo Hung

(Oct.8) Sammo Hung attended the Hong Kong Golf Assoiciation annual charity match. Vivian Chow, Eric Tsang, Michale Miu and  other Hong Kong artists participated. Son Timmy Hung recently got married to Janet Chow, former Miss Hong Kong runner up, and Sammo was kidded about the prospect of being a grandfather. (Sina)

Eric Tsang


WSJ: Hollywood Heads to Hainan for Golf Tournament

SG: Cecilia Cheung to go against Rebecca Tang [Tang Wei] in Jingle Ma’s new film

SG: Jordan Chan and Cherrie Ying go old school for wedding photos

Younger rival threatens Maggie Cheung’s relationship

October 10, 2010

Hot Summer Days (Hollywood Reporter review)

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Hot Summer Days
By Justin Lowe

A surprisingly tone-deaf romantic comedy, “Hot Summer Days” impresses mostly by its lack of genuinely original humor. Although a top box office earner in China earlier this year, Fox International Productions’ first Chinese-language film is unlikely to acquire adherents stateside beyond Chinese-language speakers in major metros and perhaps a somewhat broader audience among the more adventurous on DVD or cable.

Over several weeks of what’s set up as the hottest summer on record in Hong Kong and southern China, a series of love stories plays out with varied results. An emotionally withholding sushi chef (international star Daniel Wu) resists the entreaties of his former lover (Vivian Hsu) to rekindle their relationship, until she decides that perhaps her absence may make his heart grow fonder.

Ah Wai (musician Nicholas Tse), an air-conditioner repairman, finds his popularity skyrocketing during the heat wave, but can’t seem to get the attention of a mysterious girl (Barbie Hsu) who rides a motorcycle, until a late-night street race piques her interest. If he’s willing to accept her secret life, perhaps he’ll win her over.

Across town, a driver (pop star Jacky Cheung) for a celebrity hip hop performer, overcome by heat exhaustion, ends up in the hospital, where he mistakenly sends an errant text message received by an unemployed pianist (Rene Liu) working as a foot masseuse. The two carry on a flirtatious cyber-romance by adopting fictional identities, even as their feelings for one another grow increasingly authentic.

Meanwhile in mainland China, a young shopworker (Jing Boran) falls for a local factory girl (Wing Yeung), who tells him he must stand in the hot summer sun for 100 days outside the window of her workshop to earn her affection. But his determination to win her begins to flag in the unbearable heat, even though his apparent loyalty engages her sympathy.

In Beijing, a famous photographer (Duan Yihong), who loses his sight after firing a vindictive young female model from a fashion shoot, must rely on the kindness and compassion of his assistant (Fu Xinbo) in their quest to find the girl that the younger man has fallen in love with and lift her suspected curse.

Throughout the movie, the starry ensemble cast struggles with a cookie-cutter script weighed down by coincidence and cliches that leaves little opportunity for inspired interpretation. Co-directors Wing Shya and Tony Chan (one of two screenwriters) seem to have lifted nearly every familiar shot from the romcom playbook, substituting imitation for originality and sentimentality for comedy. Aside from the unusual weather, “Hot Summer Days” generates too little heat to spark much fervor.

Opened: Friday, Oct. 1 in New York (20th Century-Fox Entertainment)
Production: Fox International Productions, Star Television Asia, Huayi Brothers Media Corp.
Cast: Jacky Cheung, Daniel Wu, Nicholas Tse, Vivian Hsu, Rene Liu, Barbie Hsu, Duan Yihong, Fu Xinbo, Jing Boran, Wing Yeung
Director: Wing Shya, Tony Chan
Screenwriters: Tony Chan, Lucretia Ho
Producers: Fruit Chan, Paul Cheng
Director of photography: Sion Michl
Production designer: Sean Kunjambu
Music: Eddie Chung, Eugene Pao
Editor: Wenders Li
Rated PG, 93 minutes

October 5, 2010

October 5, 2010

Variety: Hot Summer Days

A “Valentine’s Day”-style romantic multi-strander, “Hot Summer Days,” Fox’s virgin venture into Chinese-language production and distribution, bubbles along with a jaunty but unoriginal blend of the sweet, tart, cute and weepy.

According to a report from Taiwan’s Apple Daily, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Shu Qi will play husband and wife in Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s long rumored, since 2007, martial arts fantasy film (The Assassin). The cast also includes Chang Chen and Tadanobu Asano and begins low-key shooting in Nara, Japan now that Shu Qi’s If You Are the One 2 has wrapped up. [In July, HHH was granted a $625,000 production subsidy from the Taiwan government's National Development Fund and assurance that 30 percent of the budget would be provided.]

A poster from Cannes with English title The Lady From Tang accompanied the Taiwan article. (Sina)(Apple Daily)

The Tai Pak Floating Restaurant in Aberdeen was transformed into a casino for Contagion

Gwyneth Paltrow on her way to the boat launch shielded from photographers by tarps.

The security cordon around her was heavy. After an eight hour day, Paltrow returned and retired to the Mandarin Oriental.

Another actress needing protection. (Sina)

Andy Lau


Deanie Ip

Deanie Ip, Paula Tsui, Ann Hui, Virginia Lok(?), Peter Lam (?)

(Oct. 4) Andy Lau held a press conference to announce his series of 18 Hong Kong Coliseum concerts. Eric Tsang MC’d, while guests lending him support included Deanie Ip, Paula Tsui, Ann Hui. and TVB series producer Li Tiansheng. Ann Hui directed Andy in his first film, Boat People, although she originally invited Chow Yun-Fat. And Li Tiansheng cast Andy in his first TV series a cop drama which costarred Deanie Ip and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai. Andy said he planned to invite Idy Chan, Chow Yun-Fat and the other Five Tigers [Felix Wong, Michael Miu, Kent Tong, Tony Leung Chiu-Wai] as concert guest performers. (Xinhua-gallery)(Sina-gallery)

Karen Mok

Karen Mok on the cover of the October HK editions of Elle (AnD)

Michelle Reis blogs that she’ll be in the November mainland edtion of Madame Figaro

Noshing on noodles 2 - Zhang Jingchu

According to her blog, Zhang Jingchu was in SF and LA last month. I wonder what she was doing there?

Fan Bingbing attending Paris Fashion Week

With Catherine Deneuve

Also in Paris, Joey Yung, Wyman Wong (Xinhua)(Sina)2

John Woo touched by Tarantino

SG: Tony Leung pacifies wife with gifts

SG: Sexy mama Christy Chung coy about love life

Faye Wong to take time off for another kid

Hot Summer Days (Variety review)

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Hot Summer Days
(Chuen sing yit luen — yit lat lat)

(Hong Kong) A Fox Intl. Prods. (in U.S.) release of a Fox Intl. Prods., Star Television Asia, Huayi Brothers Media, Hot Summer Pictures production. Produced by Fruit Chan, Paul Cheng. Executive producer, Wang Zhongjun. Co-producers, Zhang Dajun, Bernard Yang. Co-executive producer, Wang Zhonglei. Directed by Tony Chan, Wing Shya. Screenplay, Chan, Lucretia Ho.

With: Jacky Cheung, Rene Liu, Vivian Hsu, Daniel Wu, Nicolas Tse, Barbie Hsu, Angelababy, Fu Xinbo, Duan Yihong, Gordon Liu, Boran Jing, Maggie Cheung.

A “Valentine’s Day”-style romantic multi-strander, “Hot Summer Days,” Fox’s virgin venture into Chinese-language production and distribution, bubbles along with a jaunty but unoriginal blend of the sweet, tart, cute and weepy. Negotiating five barely linked plotlines set around Beijing, Hong Kong and Shenzhen during the hottest summer ever, helming duo Tony Chan and Wing Shya skip nimbly from story to story, avoiding boredom but guaranteeing superficiality. Star-studded pic has already scored big in Asia, and its limited Stateside release should rev up DVD interest.

Despite threadbare meet-cutes and coy ploys at playing hard to get, the material is made enormously likable by engaging thesps, foremost among them Jacky Cheung, as an ex-driver reduced to parading around in an ice-cube costume, and Rene Liu, as a pianist employed as a foot masseuse. A motorcycle pas de deux between a gorgeous, tattooed mystery girl (Barbie Hsu) and an air-conditioning repairman (Nicholas Tse) exudes ghoulishly schmaltzy charm; even the country-simple tale of a teddy-bear factory worker (Angelababy) who tests the devotion of her hick swain (Fu Xinbo) rings true. And then there’s long-absent Maggie Cheung, weeping and abandoned in a solo cameo. (Mandarin, Cantonese dialogue)

Camera (color, widescreen), Sion Michel; editor, Wenders Li; music, Eddie Chung, Eugene Pao; production designer, Sean Kunjambu; costume designer, Sean Kunjambu. Reviewed at Quad Cinema, New York, Oct. 2, 2010. Running time: 93 MIN.

February 10, 2010

February 10, 2010

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High School Musical poster

Scheduled for a summer 2010 release (Sina) (6 HD(Sina)

Kung fu thriller leads Hong Kong award nominations

Besides “Bodyguards and Assassins,” the other top contenders among nominees announced Tuesday are John Woo’s historical epic “Red Cliff II” _ with 13 nominations _ and the police thriller “Overheard,” which has six.

CRI: ‘Bodyguards’ Leads HK Film Awards Nominations

New Year in Hong Kong means time for films with local flavor

CRI: ‘14 Blades’, Valentine’s Day Version (MV)

CRI: Tang Wei to Star in Korean-American Film

Jacky Cheung

Vivian Hsu

Rene Liu, Jacky Cheung

Barbie Hsu, Nic Tse

Barbie Hsu


Hong Kong premiere of Hot Summer Days. Daniel Wu was absent as he was filming Inseparable. (Xinhua)


Vivian Hsu

Vivian Hsu releases a new single in Japan Mar. 3(4 HD)(Sina)

Zhang Ziyi delivers on donation promise

Zhang’s donation debacle, dubbed “Fraudulent Donation Gate” by Chinese media, had also affected Chinese actresses Zhou Xun and Vicki Zhao as well as Chinese singer Na Ying. Some have questioned if they donated as much as they claimed to have. However, all three have since stepped forward to disprove these allegations.

CRI: Donation Details Released to End Debate Dogging Zhang Ziyi

Charity groups release donation details to end debate dogging Zhang Ziyi

More “Ziyi-gates”: This article reports that on Lu Chuan’s blog an unnamed actress, suspected to be Zhang Ziyi,  privately lobbyed behind the scenes against Tang Wei. (Xinhua)

Sammi Cheng denies reunion with ex-flame

Cecelia Yip’s husband cheating on her?

Takuya Kimura takes pay cut to fund ‘Space Battleship Yamato’ revisions

February 3, 2010

February 3, 2010

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Kungfu epic ‘14 Blades’ expected to become blockbuster hit

Film producer says “Avatar” not pulled for “Confucius”

CRI: Stars Attend Premiere Ceremony of “Hot Summer Days” in Beijing

Captured by a fan at the premiere! :)

Maggie Cheung - Hot Summer Days


Tony Leung

Leo Ku

At a ceremony yesterday, Tony Leung was named Hong Kong Entertainment Expo amabassador for the sixth time. And Leo Ku was named Hong Kong Music Fair ambassador. Tony said that he still did not who was going to play his wife in Grand Master or whether Gong Li was still participating. (Xinhua)

THR: Hugh Jackman plucks ‘Flower’

Jackman’s publicist, reached in Los Angeles, countered that “at this point in time he is doing an unbilled cameo.”

Andy Lau

Nic Tse

Andy Lau and Nic Tse arrived in Shanghai where filming of New Shaolin Temple has moved. (Sina)

Jay Chou


Highlight of True Legend is a 20 minute martial arts action scene in 3D (8)(Sina)

Miriam Yeung, Alan Tam, Zhang Yuqi, Chang Chen

Miriam Yeung, Alan Tam

Chang Chen

Kitty Zhang Yuqi (Sina)

Miriam Yeung

Miriam Yeung, Kitty Zhang Yuqi, Alan Tam - Shanghai press conference for Here Comes Fortune (God of Wealth Arrives) (Sina) (2)


Charlene Choi

Gillian Chung

Twins publicity machine ramps up for their two date concert April 16 and 17 at the Hong Kong Coliseum. (Xinhua) (Sina)

Twins make a comeback


at17, Eman Lam and Ellen Joyce Loo, held the first of a 5 nights of ‘until we meet again’ concerts in Wan Chai to mark 8 years together. They announced that for the next 2 years they would develop individually and regroup in 2012 to mark their 10th anniversary with a concert at Hong Kong Coliseum. Eman Lam will release a CD with her brother Chet Lam while Ellen will record a personal album. Fans did not know beforehand that the duo was separating.  (Sina)

Elton Loo (Law Kwan-Chor) dressed as Paula Tsui to promote his upcoming ‘fake superstars’ concert (Sina)

Jane Zhang

Kitaro and Jane Zhang arrive at the Grammys Awards at Staples Center

(Zimbio) (HD)(Sina)

Fung shui master, Tony Chan, has lost his High Court battle to inherit the estimated HK$100-billion fortune of the late tycoon, Nina Wang. In a judgement of more than 300 pages, Mr Justice Lam ruled that the will he submitted was a forgery. The judge said Mr Chan had lied and was not a credible witness. He awarded the entire estate to the rival claimant, the Chinachem Charitable Foundation, and ordered Mr Chan to pay its court costs…(RTHK)

January 26, 2010

January 26, 2010

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Chinese Mirror: The Future of Hong Kong Cinema: a round table discussion (I)

The Future of Hong Kong Cinema: a round table discussion (II)

First-time South Korean director gears up for Sundance

“Hot Summer Days” heats up icy Beijing

Hong Kong - Chow’s wife was nearly injured by a falling display board but was saved by quick acting security personnel. (Source)

Chow Yun-Fat, Zhou Xun, Chrissie Chau, Ren Quan, Chen Rui, Fala Chen

CRI: ‘Confucius’ in Hong Kong

Donnie Yen - 14 Blades press conference

Wu Zun/Wu Chun

Sa Dingding, Kate Tsui (Sina)

Elsewhere, an anonymous email was sent to a reporters stating that investors were trying to recoup Zhao Wei’s $3M  fee for breach of contract for failing to attend publicity and promotional events due to her rumored pregnancy. Her contract called for appearances at four premieres. (Xinhua)

Shao Bing (Let The Bullets Fly) photo shoot (6)(Sina)

Kenix Kwok gives up acting to focus on family

Chow Yun-Fat paying for surrogate mother

Chow Yun-Fat’s mother has longed for a grandchild for years, and the Hong Kong superstar may be ready to do whatever it takes for his 90-year-old mum…

Maggie Cheung - Paris

Maggie Cheung attends the Christian Dior Haute-Couture show (Zimbio)

Maggie Cheung - Paris Fashion Week (Sina)

ESWN: The Hallelujah Mountains Are In Zhangjiajie

Chrissie Chau gets flirty at Tokyo fashion show  (Sina)

January 8, 2010

January 8, 2010

Future X-Cops’ new release date is Feb.25 (Sina)

CRI: In ‘Hot Summer Days’, It’s Getting Really Hot

The new Chinese romantic movie “Hot Summer Days” is about six stories set in an unusually sultry summer. Just how hot could this fictitious summer be?

CRI: Maggie Cheung to Make Guest Appearance in “Hot Summer Days”

Gillian Chung’s comeback movie showcases her first kiss and bedroom scene

Jeon Ji-hyun to star opposite Zhang Ziyi in new English movie adapted from bestseller

CRI: Fan Bingbing in the Onlookers’ Eye

Fan Bingbing is called a Chinese ‘Femme Fatale’.Maybe it is because her beauty is so blinding that few onlookers would look beyond her face and deep into her heart.

Fan Bingbing was the cover girl again for the February issue of ‘Marie Claire’ and an accompanied interview she emptied her heart to gave the readers a much closer look at this radiant star off screen.

CRI: Huang Yi Still Waits Her ‘Big Day’

Rumor has it that Huang Yi had a flash marriage with her fiancé, Mr. Jiang Kai, CEO of ChinaFund, LP last August. The actress denied the gossip in the accompanying interview, saying marriage seems to be complicated and she won’t take the plunge until she is very well prepared.

Taipei Times: Pop Stop

Lip-sync and other frauds

Andy On Chi-Kit gets painted for True Legend


Miriam Yeung is a magician for a beverage advert (Sina)

Donnie Yen

Donnie Yen repotedly made over RMB$200M last year, and over $10M for these underwear adverts. (Sina)

Karen Mok - One Life One Earth

From Karen Mok’s educational travel program One Life One Earth - Australia chapter (Sina)

THR: China blocks access to movie site unavailable since Wednesday, cause unknown

Variety: China reports 44% rise in box office(THR)

Multiplex growth averages 1.65 screens a day

China’s B.O. boom continued unabated last year as box office rose a muscular 44% to 6.2 billion yuan ($910 million) on a sharp rise in the number of cinema screens in what’s potentially the world’s biggest market.

The China Film Group had earlier forecast 40% year-on-year growth (Daily Variety, Dec. 29).

With this kind of growth rate, I am confident that in 2010, China’s box office will grow to a new height,” China Film spokesman Weng Li said. His remarks were based on data from the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV.

This means for the last six years, the Chinese film market’s box office has maintained an annual growth rate of more than 30%,” Weng said, adding that China produced 456 domestic films in 2009.

The main impetus behind the strong growth was the rise in screen numbers. Citing SARFT figures, Weng said China had added 1.65 new screens every day last year.

China imports around 20 foreign films a year for theatrical release. The two top movies of 2009 were 2012,” which took $67.5 million, and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” which took $63 million.

Homegrown epic “The Founding of a Republic,” celebrating the People’s Republic of China’s 60th anniversary, made $61 million.

January 4, 2010

January 4, 2010

Surprising news: Faye Wong will sing the theme song to Confucius thus marking her comeback, even ahead of her reported Spring Festival appearance. The song (’Orchids Parade’?) is to be released on Jan.6. Faye was contacted back in April and the lyrics and music were constantly revised. The recording was only just completed on New Year’s Eve. Orchids Parade is an adaptation of Tang Dynasty poet Han Yu masterpiece and contains only 64 words. (Xinhua) Lyrics (2)

CRI: Pop Queen Faye Wong Back for Confucius

Release delayed

Scheduled for a Feb.5 release, Future Cop/Future X-Cops is now further delayed due to post-production not being completed. (Sina)


5 new stills from 14 Blades HD (Sina)

Barbie Hsu


CRI: Barbie Hsu’s Motorcycle Fetish in ‘Hot Summer Days’

9 new stills from Hot Summer Days featuring Barbie Hsu HD (Sina)

Feng Xiaogang’s guest cameo in Yuen Wo-Ping’s True Legend

Chinese Film: Happy Noodle Year

2009 has come to an end, but the battle for movie-goers has just begun.This season, the competition is more intense than ever. Take this downtown cinema; by mid-February it will have screened four dozen films since late-November. Film makers believe it’s this bumper holiday period, taking in Valentine’s Day and Spring Festival, that will lay the golden eggs…

The film market is like a highway. If too many cars take to it at the same time, there will be a traffic jam. In that case, even a BMW can’t drive at top speed.

The head of the cinema chain said to make the maximum profit out of the market, a film must enjoy at least one week free of competition before it’s joined by a new one. But now, cinemas are getting much busier than in previous years, as it’s common to put on several new films in a single day, resulting in vicious competition…

Francis Ng was released on bail while at the same time his wife was released from the hospital


Francis Ng to be charged with ‘wounding’ for New Year’s Day fracas?

Now, also a red light scofflaw. (Sina)

Sammi Cheng celebrates end of a 10 show run of concerts

Guests Michelle Reis and husband

Isabella Leong first appearance after childbirth (Xinhua)

France - Fan Bingbing photo shoot for Bazaar Jewelry

(Xinhua) Slide show (HunanTV)

Aaron Kwok, New Year’s Eve, begins the countdown to the Shanghai World Expo (Sina)

Huang Yi and Expo mascot Hai Bao (Ocean Treasure)

Huang Yi (HunanTV)

Vivian Hsu

Vivian Hsu was in Taipei to promote her new TV series ‘Love Strategy’. The series costars Korean Kim Jung-Hoon.

(HunanTV) HD slide show (Sina)

December 30, 2009

December 30, 2009

Future Cop Andy Lau performs a risky stunt


Jacky Cheung keeps cool in Hot Summer Days (Sohu)

Slide show (12)(Sina)

Chow Yun-Fat is in Taishan, Guangdong shooting Let The Bullets Fly (Sohu)

Beijing - Simon Yam, Li Yuchun

Tony Leung Kar-Fai

After less than two weeks, Bodyguards and Assassins has made over $208M at the box office. The cast held a celebration ceremony in Beijing. (Xinhua) (HunanTV)

First poster for House of 72 Tenants released (Sina)

Wang Lee-hom not first choice for role in ‘Little Big Soldier’?

Emme Wong defends accusations thrown at Shawn Yue

Hong Kong actor Shawn Yue was recently accused of being “arrogant” by the Hong Kong media. He was said to have angered his teacher, Alan Tam, who has decided to groom his junior from the same management company, Gregory Wang, instead.

It’s not easy being Jay Chou’s girlfriend

Huang Yi

Aaron Kwok

JJ Lin, Huang Yi and Aaron Kwok promote New Year’s Eve festivities in Shanghai


‘Mou girl’ Wei Minzhi has grown up!

Not One Less - Wei Minzhi

Wei Minzhi, who is now 23 and a film director, went to the United States as an exchange student. She studied film and TV production at Brigham Young University - Hawaii and is now fluent in English and even has an unidentified but prominent boyfriend. (HunanTV) Related article in English.

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