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  • Go Tracy, good on ya. I have to hand it to celebrities who pursue an education at the highest level. Studios used to find roles that suited their actors and actresses as they age. Nowadays, when an actor or actress reaches their mid to late thirties, they become redundant. TVB has even announced their new crop of future leading men. Ron Ng and Bosco Wong and all the current leading men should should take note of that. They threw in an older guy but they have a lot of young bucks that they want to announce in the near future. That has become the trend. A lot of celebrities drop out of high school or college to pursue their dreams, leaving them with little to no education. By forty yrs old, their roles have dried up and they have no formal education. By pursuing a law degree, Tracy can become an entertainment lawyer, they make so much money, and as an entertainer herself, that would be right up her alley. Entertainers will take her VERY seriously. Hope the trend continues with idols going back to school.
  • Please go away. Honestly why is this guy still in the industry. He's a late " bloomer" and even then he is totally replaceable, from looks to singing to acting.Not to mention he is getting old. Would much rather see Hubert.
  • That is great. Good to know that fans can call on their idols for assistance and donations.
  • Now that is what I call an idol giving back to his fans. We need more of them like Hans Zhang. I bet that fan scrimps and saves to support her idol. Obviously she is not rich. If she was, her friend would not be asking other fans for donations to help her. BTW, she is the perfect example of a caring friend. Great thay her idol stepped in to help. I can only pray for positive, prosperous blessings a m.p.h. d good health for Hans Zhang. Praying that his fans will get a miracle from God, through the skilful hands of the doctors and be well.
  • @littlefish That is just...depressing. Seriously what is wrong with the government there? There are so many ways they can and need to improve their country, THAT is not one of them.
  • Oh no!!!......first the bad news about the "new" faces tthat TVB will be heavily promoting and now more bad news.......ughhhhh!!!! TVB is truly on the road to its demise if these are the actors who will be leading their dramas in future.
  • @kmfayb Yes, it makes me wonder why she did not reach out to her own family or friends for help. I suspect that she didn't even tell anyone about her cancer or family issues. Most likely, she isolated herself from everyone and kept her problems to herself. Overtime, the unresolved issues built up in her and she took a wrong turn to end it all.
  • i could only pity, that husband should jump off a building himself
  • i can’t see him as both an actor and a singer, just stay as a singer, he can’t act at all :/
  • That is the thing about Asia on a whole. Asian society is cold, uncaring and lacks simple sympathetic and empathetic skills. The society is still steeped in the belief that men can cheat, but not the women, and the women should accept it and not say anything, especially if the husband is rich and providing the necessities in life for the wife and any children. We all know that seeking psychological help is frowned upon in these parts, no wonder we have so many mental fans and netizens. I roll my eyes at the things they have to say. There are so many suicides but it is never talked about. Even in the West, there were chinese who I know hurt or killed themselves because they were depressed over some idol getting married or involved in a relationship. A buddy in the Philippines told me that over twenty women ranging in ages 19 to 37 killed or hurt themselves several years ago when a certain actress did not marry the man they shipped her with for years. The older generation don't believe in counseling, and they dissuade the youner people from seeking help through therapy. Then again, I read a psychiatrist in China said there is nothing wrong with fantasizing about being with your idol. Poor Miki probably had no one to turn to. She maybe even lost so called friends when she told them she had cancer. These people don't know how to, and-or don't want to deal with sensitive situations. Then again, you can't put oil in a lamp if you have no oil.
  • This may only be the tip of an iceberg. There may be many more suicides we may not be aware of. Whether a woman is able to walk away from a scumbag husband depends on so many other variables. Her confidence, her personality, supportive environment etc. Unfortunately, maybe in China it is still acceptable for a man to stray particularly a rich man. If there are supportive systems like counselling in place, maybe there might be less depression suicides. But then I noticed that seeing a psychologist may be frowned upon in Asia. If the society has little empathy for depressions, it is likely for the person to be left to her/his own. Sad.
  • I thought Big White Duel is the upcoming medical drama with Kenneth Ma??
  • I am saddened by her tragic death and my heart goes out to Miki's two young children, I worry for them. It makes me angry that Miki gave up her career to be a full time wife and mother to her husband's children, and the pile of crap repaid her by cheating on her. It is so appalling that he treated his children to cheap goods but himself and his mistress got the best. That was so wrong and disrespectful to Miki and the children on so many levels. I cant believe he used to ask Miki for money after gambling his money away. To think the poor woman was going through this humiliation and heartache while battling cervical cancer. What the mother in law said is just disgusting, and proves that chinese women need to wake up. So it is okay for the man to cheat once he looks after the home, providing for the wife and children? The wife should be tolerant of his cheating? That was such a cruel thing for that hag of a mother-in-law to say. To defend her son's cheating is so wrong on so many levels. Yes, he is her son, but this time he is wrong she knew it and chose to still take his side. Well this particular scumbag hardly looked after the children and sponged off the wife. This man has no shame or conscience, and I am scared for those two children being in his care , and the care of their cold, rigid backward grandmother, his mom. They both have blood on their hands.
  • @coralie Might not be the end...maybe once her legal career is established, she can still do acting projects on the side if she has that “acting itch” in the future....that’s what Angie Chiu’s husband Melvin Wong did for several decades after getting his law degree in the 90s. Money Lo is another example of a celebrity turned successful lawyer...though she’s not really active in the industry anymore but she does perform legal services for a lot of celebrities in the industry so still quite connected....
  • Wow Nat! If everyone carried that same thought, there will be no high quality work. No wonder you haven't had a quality production in over 20 years (I am being generous here).
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