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    1. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Goodday:
    @llwy12 How about If not leaving cash but renting a decent 2 bedroom and a hiring maid? Just taking care of basic life's necessitys would not that be good?

  • 2. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • kidd:
    @littlefish Wu Jinyan's character will become the mother of the future Emperor Qin Shi Huang (first emperor of China who united the 6 states). You can read about her here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Dowager_Zhao I wonder up until which time period this series will be in and whether there will be a Lao Ai in it.

  • 3. Chilam Cheung Believes Good Acting Can Be an Illusion
  • davy:
    @msxie0714 They are still pretty but look less natural now, and it's understandable since aging is involved. But what baffles me is, I don't know if it's just the new makeup or botox in today's world that I have a hard time understanding why 20's actresses today are so young and failing to have the natural skin type like DJ and SC in their 20's.

  • 4. Louisa Mak Is Now a Licensed Lawyer in New York
  • m0m0:
    beauty and the brains. finally to have someone like her in hk entertainment. who else can you think of?

  • 5. Daniel Wu Returns to Hong Kong
  • Cutie777:
    @siro112233 isn’t it Edison Chen in that movie too? And Daniel ex girlfriend Maggie Q? Correct me if I’m wrong.

  • 6. 4 Eligible Bachelorettes in Hong Kong Entertainment
  • Cutie777:
    I think Natalie Tong, Nancy Wu, Monica Chan and Pinky Cheung should be on the list too? I’m not sure about other such as Cathy Chow? Priscilla Chan wei Han? Or Lee Shan Shan? And Erica Choi?

  • 7. Tiffany Lau is Dating Joey Law’s Half Brother, Wu Fei?
  • SugaDough:
    Based on her interview from the video, she is SO pure and innocent OMG

  • 8. Daniel Wu Returns to Hong Kong
  • Siro112233:
    I really like What Daniël said Gen old cops. Haha!! Hopely stephen can do This WoW What a cast!! Stephen Fung Daniël Wu Nicolas tse Sam Lee Shu Qi Jackie Chan And Eric tsang as Cameo

  • 9. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • Cutie777:
    @janet72 Lol. I know right?

  • 10. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • Cutie777:
    @hetieshou I’m like you don’t like to blow dry my hair either because after that my hair are very puffy I don’t like it so I just let it dry by itself too. I have noticed Fan Bingbing has a very long hair at all the time so I’m sure her hair takes lots of time to take care of it. I don’t know who’s that person is you’re talking about not like to take a shower or bath but I think it’s disgusting I’m sure people will smell you bad for not taking a shower often unless they’re wearing a lots of perfume to cover up those smells scent. Lol. Still can’t imagined.

  • 11. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • Cutie777:
    @wm2017 Lol. I know what you mean.

  • 12. Louisa Mak Is Now a Licensed Lawyer in New York
  • bubbles23:
    Congratulations

  • 13. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • coralie:
    @littlefish actually learned more about her via blurbs about Lu Buwei: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%BC_Buwei. Nothing much about her from her own wikipedia.

  • 14. Daniel Wu Returns to Hong Kong
  • sherla1019:
    your better off filmimg in hollywood dude HK entertainment has drained tremendously watching some of the films is a waste of time including tvb dramas

  • 15. Daniel Wu Returns to Hong Kong
  • Vodka:
    Daniel is better off in America, HK films production has been crappy for many years now.

  • 16. Chinese Stars Remember Marvel’s Real-life Superhero, Stan Lee
  • kidd:
    Although he's already 95 years old, I was still shocked at the news of his death when I heard it on the radio. I saw him all the time in marvel movies. Now, no more Stan Lee cameo in upcoming marvel movies. :( R.I.P Stan Lee. Btw, both he and his wife died at the same age of 95 years old. His wife passed away last year. They have been married for 70 years.

  • 17. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • iciel:
    @cutie777 actually if you use dry shampoo in between, eventually your scalp will stop producing so much oil. My hair used to get oily after 1 day of not washing and that's because I wash it everyday. Then after my friend advised me of not washing it so often I used dry shampoo in between washes and was able to extend it to 4-5 days before my hair starts to look oily. Admittedly it was very itchy in the beginning but eventually your scalp gets used to it. Also they might be spokespersons for shampoo companies so they can't just cut it short. At least I think Priscilla Wong is.

  • 18. Louisa Mak Is Now a Licensed Lawyer in New York
  • Tungamy:
    Smart to have a plan B, or a side job in this industry. Depending on the law she's practicing, she could potentially be getting clients from her network

  • 19. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • janet72:
    @cutie777 she is not ashamed for saying that? i'm amazed! if it takes too much effort to look after long hair, cut it short. I totally agree with you. I pity the artistes who have to work with her. yucks!

  • 20. Chilam Cheung Believes Good Acting Can Be an Illusion
  • msxie0714:
    @davy Dong Jie and Shu Chang are still beautiful. Wish people could appreciate the beauty of women over 30 and not denigrate them for not looking 20 forever.

  • 21. Louisa Mak Is Now a Licensed Lawyer in New York
  • Anon:
    She will be far more successful in becoming a lawyer than being an actress.

  • 22. Phoebe Sin, Grace Chan Talk About Baby Gender Preferences
  • HeTieShou:
    @anoninhk Exactly and will they treat their son like a slave? Sorry but I hate it when anyone refers to their daughters as a princess and spoil her like that. No wonder many women these days are so bad and think they are entitled to everything.

  • 23. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • HeTieShou:
    @cutie777 Whether it is gross or not, you have to admit she is brave to admit it instead of lying and attempting to hide it like many who have plastic surgery. Is her hair that thick that it takes her that long to blow dry it? I just leave my hair to dry and it dries after awhile. Fan Bing Bing admitted to not washing her hair for 10 days. Ming Dao admitted to not taking showers or baths often as he did not like it. I must say that these celebs are very brave. I would be embarrassed to admit things like this to the public.

  • 24. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • iampheng:
    @lyu310 I am in agreement with this. It's fine to educate oneself about nature vs nurture in regards to sexuality, but this way of explaining sexuality can be dangerous. If it is believed that one's environment influences or causes sexual identity, then the logical conclusion would be to try to influence the environment to "fix" homosexuality...which some ppl believe you can. I didn't wake up one day and decided that I want to be queer. It just never occurred to me that marriage was only between men and women. Also, I am not refuting that there are scientific studies that claim that homosexuality can be passed through one's lineage. I don't know about that really. What I do know is that there are families that will not allow their children to marry the one they love because the one they loves has a questionable family medical history i.e. homosexuality and mental illness. That is dangerous and unfortunate.

  • 25. This “Fist Fight” Actress Will Be a Sure Winner at the TVB Anniversary Awards
  • wm2017:
    Kaman Kong (江嘉敏) Are they saying she will be a winner?? Damn, TVB is desperate or what. Lol.... Average face and below average acting. lol....omg I don't like any of these -- Louisa Mak (麥明詩) and Crystal Fung (馮盈盈) as well. If I had to pick prob Louisa Mak. :(

  • 26. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • wm2017:
    @cutie777 I have oily hair if I don't wash in 2 days I will look like an oily freak. lol haha

  • 27. Jeannie Chan’s Record for Not Washing Her Hair is 10 Days
  • Cutie777:
    That’s gross for not washed her hair for that many days? Boy if I don’t washed my hair for many days my hair will be greasy and itchy and smells too. She’s the same things as Priscilla Wong I remember she doesn’t like to wash her hair that much too. If she thinks she don’t have time to take care of her hair then cut it very short like a guy that way it’s a lots of easier to wash them and blow dry.

  • 28. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • LittleFish:
    @coralie May I have the link of this harlot? If it’s in Chinese, can you please tell me the story? I’m interested to hear :) thanks!

  • 29. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • LittleFish:
    @sugarcane then explain the photo of her split trying to deny her pregnancy lol? Superstition is only before the first trimester is over, anything beyond that is ridiculous?

  • 30. This “Fist Fight” Actress Will Be a Sure Winner at the TVB Anniversary Awards
  • SugaDough:
    She's so annoying in real life. She's super cocky in reality shows. I don't know how she is worthy of the goddess title without the heavy makeup and double eyelid tape... Her cheek lines are so visible that she appears to be in her mid 40s. She tries so hard in her selfies to dress up with cleavage...If you got it, you got it. No need to stuff, push and fake it like that Jacqueline Wong. And if the article hadn't mentioned it, I wouldn't even remember she was in Apple-colada. Her character barely had substance in that drama so she can forget about that Most Improved Artiste Award. Another one of TVB's self-promotion articles... I am definitely looking forward to Tiffany Lau's performance in this drama though. Her beauty is undeniable with an aura matching to Michelle Reis.

  • 31. Chilam Cheung Believes Good Acting Can Be an Illusion
  • davy:
    Those awards are nothing, there are tons of good actors and actresses never get awarded but they are better than the ones who received awards. Examples like actress Dong Jie and Shu Chang when they were still young, they were extremely beautiful. They are natural beauties without plastic surgery, put on very minimal to zero make up and still look good. But they never received any awards during their primer years. Chilam is extremely handsome and charismatic. Lots of actors today do not have that either.

  • 32. Phoebe Sin, Grace Chan Talk About Baby Gender Preferences
  • sugarcane:
    @anoninhk because sports are for boys, obviously! lol, Grace's excitability to speak often renders her incapable of thinking beforehand. One of those people who lack internal contemplation due to their gregarious personality. That, or she's just not the brightest crayon in the box.

  • 33. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • sugarcane:
    Having major Yanxi Palace withdrawals from watching the trailer! haha Aside from the similar cast, there are lots of parallel themes, such as the love-hate relationship, a love triangle, as well as a strong female protagonist and her struggle between love and vengeance. Despite the redundancy, I'm looking forward to this. Also, the cinematography is beautiful! Really digging the color palette.

  • 34. Chilam Cheung Believes Good Acting Can Be an Illusion
  • sugarcane:
    @coralie Yes, emotions are accentuated on screen, which requires actors to be *slightly* more stylized and flamboyant in their expressions, whilst still maintaining a degree of subtlety (unless you're in theater). It's a very delicate balance that few can master, and is generally what distinguishes a good actor from a great one.

  • 35. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Goodday:
    If not leaving cash but renting a decent 2 bedroom and a hiring maid. Just taking care of basic life's necessitys would be good.

  • 36. Phoebe Sin, Grace Chan Talk About Baby Gender Preferences
  • anoninhk:
    “If it’s a boy, then he can play tennis with Kevin. If it’s a girl, then we’ll spoil her like a princess.” Sorry, but why can't a girl play tennis with her dad???

  • 37. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • coralie:
    IRL, the actual person that Wu Jinyan's playing was a harlot lol. i wasn't intrigued by the story at first until i read her backstory. i like how they're whitewashing her dirty laundry. maybe i'll watch it now.

  • 38. Chilam Cheung Believes Good Acting Can Be an Illusion
  • coralie:
    i guess i can agree with that. real life is very mundane, but movies & dramas can capture & enhance every minute detail & expression frame by frame, which dramatizes actors' feelings. in real life, people's emotions are shown fleetingly, but in film and dramas, their expressions are slowed down and exaggerated. i did notice a lot of good actors kind of have to do that while filming to be considered 'good.' they have to slow down and be very mindful about moving too fast.

  • 39. Four Months Pregnant Gaile Lok Harassed by Netizen
  • coralie:
    hahaha how pointless. the netizen harasses gaile constantly but she doesn't have a clue what they're saying loololol. honestly if i was her, i'd agree to wire 200K to this bored netizen, grab their account details & then report them to the police. that last comment about karma at her baby is over the line and deserves punishment. at the very least, she should announce on her blog publicly that if the harasser keeps making up lies and wishing harm on her, she'll take legal action. that should scare them off.

  • 40. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • june:
    If only they casted liu xue yi instead of mao zijun then I'd be more excited Nothing really jumps out at me, not from the trailer, the poster nor the set photos. I'd probably stop before halfway..

  • 41. Zero Interactions Between Yang Mi and Tiffany Tang at Vogue Event
  • Snowy:
    Friends grew apart, it's not a big deal at all

  • 42. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 I remember him mainly as Raymond’s enemy in an early couple of episodes of A Step in the Past. Only had tiny screen time at TVB really..

  • 43. Kelly Cheung Frequently Loses Her Personal Items in Taxis
  • Passingby:
    Is Kelly the new up-and-coming TVB fadan? Another terrible actress I'd rather not watch. She's like the new version of kate Tsui who's more concerned about looking pretty than acting. That scene in the last episode where she was in hospital after her near-death experience, she had on a full set of thick long fake eyelashes lol!

  • 44. What’s Next for Jason Chan?
  • wm2017:
    dont act? lol

  • 45. Wu Jinyan, Nie Yuan Pair Up in New Drama in “Beauty Hao Lan”
  • DaleBaines:
    I am so looking forward to this! LOVED the chemistry between Wu Jinyan and Nie Yuan in Yanxi! So glad they are paired up again! I hope their love story has a happy ending in this show! Can't wait!

  • 46. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • m0m0:
    @lyu310 i've heard the theory that sexuality may be fluid. Personally, I've only been attracted to men. I've seem very pretty women but I want to be like them rather than being with one.... Most of the time, I think it's jealousy too just seeing a prettier woman. wanting to pick out the flaws rather than praising. for men on the other side, i can day dream about the ones that i am attracted to all day long like he's prince charming.

  • 47. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto He’s a pretty decent actor actually. I remember him from a few HKTV series that he was in (of course the irony isn’t lost on me that I’ve been watching TVB series for decades and never noticed him, but the moment he goes to a different station, he gets better roles and finally some recognition – so many former TVB artists fall into this category, it’s not even funny). Though I also dislike the fact that a movie is being made with a serial rapist as central focus rather than the victims, that’s not Bond’s fault at all so I’m happy for him getting a chance to make a name for himself and hope that this will lead to more opportunities for him.

  • 48. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • flocky1:
    @hayden I wasn't sure either but omg if he actually just spoiled that...

  • 49. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • sugarcane:
    @littlefish In regards to ZLY and FSF, they could just be the highly superstitious type who don't want to reveal/jinx anything until the baby is safely born. Just my speculation, considering how it's pretty much an open secret that they had conceived prior to marriage. Seems silly to be hiding it for that reason, but I could be wrong. Anyway, no doubt that Ruco & Phoebe's kid is going to be a looker, regardless of the gender. Congrats to them!!

  • 50. Joe Ma Discusses Reasons Behind “Life on the Line’s” Success
  • sugarcane:
    Glad to know that TVB still has it in them to churn out a decent drama, but unfortunately won't be watching this due to the presence of Joe Ma. That public sexual assault incident involving him, Benny, and Rose Chan left such a bad taste in my mouth, that I refuse to support any of his work (though I never liked him much to begin with). Any maybe I'm biased, but he looks so smug and garish in the above photos.

  • 51. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • llwy12:
    @goodday Yes, that would’ve been easy, but it’s also up to Yammie whether she wanted the help or not. Mentally stable or not, she was an adult capable of making her own decisions (most of her neighbors and friends have said that as long as Yammie took her medication, she was fine in terms of being able to take care of herself). From a lot of what I’ve read, some of her friends did try to help her, but she kept pushing them away repeatedly. A few tried to help her financially (i.e. Andy Lau and Margie Tsang) but according to the reports, Yammie took the money they gave her and gambled it all away instead of using it for her living expenses – despite that though, many continued to financially support her (or tried to anyway), but she eventually pushed them all away. Just to put things in perspective – I have a friend with the same mental condition and it’s actually really hard to help them if they don’t want the help. When he takes his medication, my friend is usually fine and can function like normal, but when he doesn’t take his medication, all hell breaks loose. One time, during one of his episodes, he threw all of the furniture out of his house – his mom happened to be visiting so she tried to talk to him but instead of listening, he called the cops on her and tried to get her arrested for trespassing (even though the house he was living in was hers – she bought the house for him and the lease is in her name). Another time, both his parents didn’t want him living alone anymore so they had him move in with them so they could take care of him – he was fine for a few days, but then he stopped taking his medication again and when his mom tried to get him to take his medication, he hit her…the dad tried to intervene but wasn’t successful and they ended up having to call the police, who told them that there was nothing that could be done because he’s an adult and they can’t force him to take his medication if he doesn’t want to. Now I’m not saying that Yammie would act the same way as my friend – what I’m trying to say is that it’s unfair for us to sit here and try to condemn her friends for “not helping her” when we don’t know all the circumstances….maybe her friends did try to help her but she didn’t want the help, in which case we can’t blame the friends for not continuing to try to help her. Also, some of the help may not have been financial – like for instance, I believe it was Meg Lam or one of her other friends who started taking her to church and in her case, that actually helped her more than giving her money or providing for her financially did...

  • 52. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • PeachYogurt:
    @hetieshou @llwy12 Thanks for the news updates as I don’t read anything else besides JayneStars.

  • 53. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • PotatoChip:
    @coralie Yes, I am worried that they would glamourize the rapist. Or at least make him sympathic. He is an entitled predator and the movie should be about the survivors and their battle for justice, if there were to be a movie at all.

  • 54. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • lyu310:
    I'm playing catch up but homosexuality (bisexuality, etc) are all nature not nurture even if you have a few examples to support your nurture claim. When people "find out" they're gay, it doesn't mean they just woke up one day and decide "I'm gay." Do young children automatically think they're straight? Not necessarily, but b/c being straight is the norm and we see that in society, we likely accept that until we can think for ourselves. A child could know he or she is gay early on without rly understanding that feeling. Like I didn't think about boys until i had my first crush in 1st grade. Does that make sense? And if you're talking about people who dealt with trauma and then fall for the other sex (gay to straight, straight to gay), they are probably bisexual. I personally believe sexuality is fluid. I've only dated men but I find myself attracted to women as well. Even if you choose not to date a specific sex, it doesn't mean you're 100% gay or straight (though there are obviously people on both extreme ends).

  • 55. Organ Donor: Chilam Cheung Keeps Body Healthy for the Next Person
  • coralie:
    Good on Chilam and very refreshing. I want to consider being an organ donor too, but my family has been having conflicting feelings about this decision. I also have reservations only because there's no 100% transparency in how my organs are going to be used post-mortem. Reports on how donor organs are discarded or improperly used makes me a bit hesitant to jump on the organ donating train.

  • 56. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • coralie:
    @ltbl interesting! care to share the research links? :) i would like to read out of curiosity.

  • 57. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Goodday:
    @hetieshou Hi, would you or anyone know how come her friends with the financial ability dont rent her a bigger apartment to live? How come they let her live in a public small unit? With her condition, if they really cared should have hired a full time housekeeper to cook, clean, take care of her daily needs and keep her company. I'm just confused why wasn't that done. Hong kong cost the lowest to hire helper. Around hkd 30k monthly can maintain this that includes a 2 room apartment. I'm sure that's a minimum fee for her rich friends. If anyone can let me know it's highly appreciated bc I haven't been following her news.

  • 58. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • llwy12:
    @hetieshou Yes, exactly. But unfortunately, when you have the media involved, this is what happens. Almost immediately after the service, there were already criticisms from various people who were complaining that many artists didn’t even send flowers and that they should have at least done that if they weren’t going to attend. Um, if any of those people were following the news, they would probably know that the church and Yammie’s family specifically said NOT to send flowers – of course, some artists still did anyway but that doesn’t mean that those who didn’t send flowers didn’t care….many were merely heeding the family’s wishes, yet it is now being viewed by some as “they didn’t care enough to send flowers.” To be honest, the more I read, the more I feel like Yammie’s family should’ve done what Raymond Chow’s family did, which was to have a private funeral with only family present – not only did they not announce any details about Mr. Chow’s funeral, they also refused all flowers from everyone (Andy Lau and a few other artists tried to send flowers but all got rejected back). It’s sad that the family’s intention for a low-key memorial service for Yammie turned into a media spectacle with seemingly endless commentary on who attended and who didn’t. She already suffered enough when she was alive, people need to let her rest in peace!

  • 59. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • llwy12:
    @evelynn8126 Anyone who actually questioned why Eric Tsang didn’t attend – um, what would’ve been the purpose of him going? Is that what Yammie and/or her family would’ve wanted? There’s a reason why the family decided to have the church make all the arrangements – they wanted to keep things as low-key as possible and avoid the media circus out of respect for Yammie (though I guess that last part didn’t really work out given all the media coverage surrounding the service -- they probably should’ve closed it off completely and made it truly private). As it is, there was already enough controversy opening up the service to the public, as some stupid fan who claimed that he represented all fans in Mainland China tried to hijack the memorial by raising up a large banner asking a certain someone to come forward and admit his guilt, which honestly was inappropriate given that the purpose of the memorial was to pay respects to Yammie, not to dig up her pain and publicly display it (obviously that guy was not a true fan because if he were, he wouldn’t disrespect Yammie’s memory or her family like that). Regardless of what we or anyone else think about whether Eric raped Yammie or not, her memorial service was NOT the appropriate time nor place for people to express their frustration over the issue…I might get criticized for saying this, but in my opinion, those who keep wanting Eric to attend Yammie’s funeral/memorial service don’t really care about her, they just want to see controversy stirred up so they can sit back and “enjoy the show” – to me, that type of behavior is just as deplorable as those gossip rags who deliberately stir up stuff to attract eyeballs.

  • 60. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • llwy12:
    @hetieshou I also doubt that it was foul play, as I’m pretty sure that would’ve come out already if it was. There was actually an article out in the latest issue of Mingpao Weekly that talked about her death. The reporter had interviewed Yammie’s neighbors and church friends and many said that while they are saddened over Yammie’s death, they are not entirely surprised. Apparently, while Yammie’s mental health was improving, her physical health wasn’t that good – neighbors said that awhile back ago, she had actually fallen while at home and wasn’t able to move or call for help….it wasn’t until 3 days later when someone happened to be walking by her door and heard her cries for help that they called an ambulance to take her to the hospital, which of course saved her life. Unfortunately, she wasn’t as lucky the second time around….

  • 61. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • jimmyszeto:
    Bond Chan. Another one from Raymond/Tavia TVB acting class. Last time I heard, he was working as a fitness trainer and body building. A very rare opportunity for an unknown actor to lead a movie but I like rooting for an underdog...

  • 62. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @llwy12 Well said and my thoughts exactly! After experiencing several deaths in my family kind of recently, I have came to realize that for someone to come or not to come to a funeral is not as important as how you treat the person when they are alive if you are close to them. I have noticed that even at my family members’ funerals, there were many people who my deceased family members did not even know. Some just came for the sake of going so people do not criticize them for not coming or some were just tag alongs or just wanted an excuse for going to work late,etc... not to say whoever shows up had bad intentions but coming or not depends on each person’s intentions and the situation as well as their relationship with the deceased. However, I find it sad how those who attended are getting so much praise and credit while her true friends who loved and cared for her when she alive are getting heavily criticized just for not attending.

  • 63. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @blest62 I guess you have not been following Yammie’s news through the years if you think her friends did not help her. Andy, Margie, Chingmy, her former manager(forgot her name at the moment), etc... all helped her out when she was alive. Just because they did not show up does not mean they did not care. Maybe it was too painful for them? Most of the artists that attended were not close to her at all and from what I know, actually did not do anything for her when she was still here. But I find it sad that her close friends who truly cared her are getting criticized while the ones who did nothing for her gets all of the praises just for showing up at her funeral. I am sure her close friends had good reasons for not attending. However, the love and care that her truly close friends have for her will never change and she will remain in their hearts forever.

  • 64. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @peachyogurt Actually there was another video that was released where the voices were not edited out. The rapists were revealed as being Eric Tsang and Alan Tang who has passed away. But sadly Yammie had mental issues so some did not believe her. I think it is a bit far fetched to think Eric murdered her. I do not think Yammie was a big threat to him as she did not have any money or power. Plus, she had mental problems and physical health problems too which all together may have caused her death. I doubt she was murdered by anyone as they said she had no physical injuries to her body. Plus, if there was foul play, after they do an autopsy, they would know her cause of death and would investigate. As of now, no one except maybe her sister may know her cause of death if she requested an autopsy.

  • 65. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @evelynn8126 I think it is a bad idea for him to show up. They would have mobbed him and he would be accused of shedding crocodile tears.

  • 66. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @cutie777 Honestly, just because anyone attends anyone’s funeral means they are close friends. In this case, many of the artists that attended are not even close to her at all. I think her true close friends like Andy, Chingmy, Margie,etc... may not have attended because it was too devastating for them. They all helped her when she was still around which is much more important than just randomly showing up at her funeral like they care so much. Not trying to say that the artists who showed up had bad intentions. Cheung Wai Kin even said that he was not close to Yammie but only came because they are both artists and are both Catholic. Yammie’s sister even said that she wanted it low key so it would have caused a big fuss if Andy, Chingmy and more artists showed up. It would have made it more high profile which is not something that her family would want. It would also not allow Yammie to Rest In Peace. It is sad that her friends that truly cared for her when she was around is getting criticized for not showing up while the ones that did not do anything for her when she was around is getting all of these praises just for attending her funeral. I find it unfair to her close friends. I still remember people wondering why Maggie Cheung did not attend Leslie Cheung’s funeral and she said it was because she was too devastated. I have a feeling that may be the case with Yammie’s close friends too. I think they just want to remember her in a happy and more positive way and could not bare to say good bye to her as it is too sad and painful for them.

  • 67. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • coralie:
    Why would they make a film about this piece of trash?

  • 68. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • Megamiaow:
    I didnt know Aaron Yan came out. Anyway, sad to see how homosexuality is still seen in such a way. And threatening and hurtng your own family because of something they cant change is extremely selfish.

  • 69. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • hohliu:
    @cutie777 I wonder too...It is such a shame.

  • 70. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • LittleFish:
    @peachyogurt yes, there are many reason why one would be gay, which is true, genetic or environmental (mostly from abusive cases) rather than having bonding time with certain sex. If you just stop at many causes for gay, all good. Just don’t include the bonding time with their daddy lol. Don’t mistake daddy issue with being gay lol. N don’t mistake the result for causation

  • 71. Joe Ma Discusses Reasons Behind “Life on the Line’s” Success
  • PeachYogurt:
    "With Life on the Line, it really represents Hong Kong and its roots in terms of its realism, which fits the audience that they are striving for." Yes, audience like to watch dramas that they can relate to and have an emotional connection with. Real life issues, friendship/family/coworker relationships, growing up in poverty and working hard to reach success, and family comedy without all the sexy scenes or sex jokes.

  • 72. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • PeachYogurt:
    @evelynn8126 Yes, I'm still not sure if Eric Tsang raped Yammie or not, since a previous article said that the voices in the video were edited. However, if Eric is the one who raped Yammie, I really am suspicious of him. Eric Tsang faced rape allegations in early 2018. Not that I am a criminal expert or anything, but if I were him, I would be worried, I would want her dead to keep her mouth shut, lest the world know what I did. That's why I suspect that the one of the two rapists who are alive may have murdered her. Of course, this is just a guess and not a fact. She may have died due to some physical condition that we are not aware of, and they are not sharing it with us.

  • 73. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • PeachYogurt:
    Hopefully this movie will highlight the trauma that it leaves victims, educate girls/women on how to prevent being date/drug raped, and how the police should have investigated more when the first woman reported the rape incident, which could have prevented more victims. And not to use nudity to glorify/encourage rape/sexual assault or attract viewers because sex is involved because it is forced/unwanted sex.

  • 74. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @ltbl Hi Itbl, I respect all the studies on genetic factors you have found and for sharing them. I wanted to note that I believe that during the time of war, fathers were absent in their children's lives, so boys were not able to bond with their fathers. Or when the father returned, they had PTSD and suffered abuse from their father. Men who are gay are usually searching for what they are missing, acceptance/connection/bonding with the male. Again, I am not opposed to genetic factors, just that I do not totally rule out other possible environmental/developmental factors.

  • 75. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @potatochip Yes, I agree with you that any kind of discrimination is wrong. I believe first generation homosexuals are influenced by developmental/environmental factors, which in turned later created a genetic disposition for second, third, fourth, etc. generations. It would be interesting to learn about the history of the very first person in the ancestral lineage of your family who became homosexual. I believe it is harder for the generations after the first to change their attraction to the same-sex. Even though they cannot change their same-sex attraction, they can always choose whether to engage in homosexual behavior. It is always a choice, and no one is forcing to fix them.

  • 76. Yang Yang’s “The King’s Avatar” Releases First Teaser
  • Minhee:
    Yes! I can't wait for this. The manhua was great. I'm hoping they're able to pull off good CGI scenes.

  • 77. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @littlefish Yes, I believe some may have a genetic disposition to be gay, but I do not believe that genetics is the only cause for all cases of homosexuality, or exclude the possibility that some people are influenced by other developmental/environmental factors.

  • 78. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • wm2017:
    wow...never knew his name...lol....i def remember his face thou.

  • 79. Former TVB Actor Bond Chan Strips All for Serial Rapist Film
  • Anon:
    Good for him! As an HK actor, if you want any recognition and success, you must leave TVB and take risks.

  • 80. “Life on the Line” Finishes with a Happy Ending
  • diana80:
    This drama shows that TVB can still be competitive and produce good dramas with their new generation of actors, good storyline, and support from experienced/veteran actors who are wiling to come back once in a while to film for the station. Actually having watched a few of non-TVB; Cantonese/Hong Kong series (the latest being Eclipse Storm), i found that there are no huge differences between TVB or non-TVB series. The recently concluded Eclipse Storm also started off well, but became draggy and went downhill towards the ending. Some of the young actors' performances are also the same if not worse than TVB's new line of actors. Thus, i still hope that TVB dramas which i've been watching at least for three decades until now (despite the many negative comments due to the undeniable drop of quality) will regain its glory. Of course this could only be achieved if the management is willing to accept the fact that they need to make necessary changes in order to stay competitive and survive in the industry.

  • 81. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • LittleFish:
    @sugarcane I agree with you on so many levels! Yea, I dislike Ariana Grande as well for different reasons, but she can sing well (I would say like Mariah Carey of this generation, in a sense that she can really belt out those notes like how the young Mariah did, she will not come close to the awesomeness that was Mariah carey’s Prime but she’s for this generation!) and her songs are catchy and great to listen to sometimes (not all of them but enough) Kris, from the few songs I heard, it should his singing is so bad that even auto tune can’t fix it! He doesn’t even look great in my eyes, but hey, the young generation loves that style and want to make a talentless dude rich, what can we say >_>?

  • 82. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • LittleFish:
    @ltbl yea, after I got pregnant, all I was wishing for my little one was he would have a happy healthy life. Then I read sad story about gay people and their parents, and expressed my feeling to my husband, and he is like are you sure? And I’m like yes, only thing I would be worried is that he wouldn’t have kids, but not so that we can have our name carried on but so that he has someone taken care of him when he’s older, and know the joy of being a parents, and not missing out. But then there are many children that can be adopted, so I’m not worried so much about the children part. Main thing is he didn’t turn out to be an evil person xD Carrying on the family name is such an old tradition that should be abolished! Because if everyone thinks that way our earth won’t be able to handle it and that actually cause harm to whatever offspring we have left!

  • 83. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • LittleFish:
    @peachyogurt what you are saying is the violent cases of abuses where one turns away from their natural sexuality, so those gay cases as a matter of fact should be excluded. Whereas if we keep all things equal, no abuse, normal bonding from both set of parents, people still turn out gay, aka they are born with it.

  • 84. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • LittleFish:
    @peachyogurt Erh, I completely disagree with this. If your argument is boy who doesn’t spend time with their dad, make them gay, then girl who doesn’t spend time with their mum make them lesbian? (Pretty sure the girl case is highly incorrect). Not only that, spending time with say the dad more than the mom is rather a result of what he/she was born with. Instead of it’s being the cause of their sexuality. So if a child was born with the genetic that leaning toward being gay, he would like to play with doll more, and hang out with his mum more. Not because not hanging out with his dad cause him to be gay.

  • 85. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • LittleFish:
    Well, at least this couple is doing it much better than ZLY and FSF! His comment basically shot down all shot gun marriage talks! And this is how ZLY and FSF should go about as well! “We already planning, and find out the good news. But the stress of a new wedding might be too much so we postpone the traditional ceremony until suitable time” is all ZLY and FSF needed to say! Instead of all these lies >_> Best interview from Ruco I’ve seen

  • 86. Is Myolie Wu Pregnant with Baby #2?
  • Cutie777:
    Aww... how adorable!! Hopefully Brendan going to have a little sister pretty soon.

  • 87. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • Cutie777:
    We all thought Grace Chan is the one who’s supposed be pregnant but it turned out to be Phoebe congratulations to the Chan family!! Wonder if Pal Sinn and Phoebe are related? So happy for this couple.

  • 88. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Blest62:
    @evelynn8126 He will be mobbed!

  • 89. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Blest62:
    She was certainly a natural beauty! Guess that in her most difficult moments, wondering whether her ex-colleagues came forward to lend her a helping hands. I am still very doubtful. Just felt that those in attendance demonstrated their care and concerns. I stand corrected though. Be in God's everlasting embrace, Yammie. You are in a much better place now.

  • 90. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Evelynn8126:
    Eric Tsang why didn’t you pay last respects to ur lovely friend. Yammie Lam

  • 91. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @sugadough Gay men can still be sexy so your fanfictions weren't for not. I've had a few crushes which weren't going to lead to anything obviously. Time will tell as more information comes out if he is gay or fluid.

  • 92. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @potatochip agreed.

  • 93. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @hetieshou That is what my step cousin did with his partner so they could have kids. As a parent I don't understand that kind of thinking. I know it's cultural but for me the fact that my child is alive and healthy is the most important. Not all parents are lucky to live long lives with their children. When my daughter was growing up(she was born in 1999) the parents who I hung out with were very aware that we needed to know the sexual orientation of our child was so that if by chance they were gay or bi we could help them. The moms would sort of observe or openly ask their children. I had a discussion with my daughter when she mentioned the subject and I asked her and she told me she was straight and darned if she didn't turn the question back on me. So far she has only dated boys so I assume the is her orientation or the majority of her orientation.

  • 94. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @peachyogurt I honestly think is biological. I believe that what you are talking about is considered an outdated view. I understand what you are saying because they used to think that years ago when I was growing up but more and more research is leading to an view of a genetic marker and or hormonal fluctuations in the womb.

  • 95. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • llwy12:
    @cutie777 Looks like none of the artists who attended were actually Yammie's close friends. D-icky already said that he doesn't know Yammie that well, but they share the same faith (he's a devout Catholic), so he decided to attend as a "brother" to show his support (plus he is friends with the bishop who presided over the service). Maggie Chan also wasn't close with Yammie but I think she also shares the same faith (she actually did one of the readings during the service), so it makes sense why she was in attendance. David Siu, Rachel Lee, and Michael Tao were obviously there because they had worked with Yammie on The Greed of Man (David had actually said in an earlier interview that a few of them from TGOM cast would be in attendance, though not sure if they had talked about it beforehand). I was surprised to see Sheren there, as she wasn’t close with Yammie either – I’m guessing she attended also because of her faith and also the fact that they were once colleagues. I do agree it was a little surprising that more artists weren’t in attendance, but then again, there wasn’t a whole lot of advance notice either in terms of the memorial service and most of the “big name” celebrities probably had work obligations, plus we don’t know all the behind-the-scenes circumstances, so for me personally, I don’t want to read too much into them not being there. It’s possible that some of them did send flowers, but it just wasn’t reported (though the church and Yammie’s family had also stated a few days prior to the service that they wanted a low key, simple service so they asked people not to send flowers if at all possible – of course, some artists sent flowers anyway). From what was reported, it looks like some fans were wondering why some of the other “nine dragon girls” (the “group” that Yammie was part of back in the 80s) weren’t in attendance. To be honest, it’s really not that surprising, since most of them are no longer active in the industry. Out of the group, it looks like Maggie Cheung was the only one who sent flowers (again, that’s what was in the news…others may have sent but we don’t know)…Margie Tsang had posted a tribute of sorts on social media earlier and already indicated that her relationship with Yammie was based on what was in their hearts and there was no need to display to the public so pretty much meant she wasn’t going to make a show of attending the memorial….Carina Lau already shared her thoughts earlier about Yammie’s passing…the only other artist still active in the industry who didn’t comment yet (or at least I hadn’t seen anything reported) was Sandra Ng….the rest of the actresses either retired already long time ago or (in the case of Anita Mui) are no longer with us, so of course not going to expect them to attend or even comment about Yammie’s death for that matter. I think the important thing is that Yammie will continue to be remembered by family, friends, fans, and many others and that she wasn’t completely alone on the last leg of her journey. Praying that she has finally found peace and happines! RIP, Yammie!

  • 96. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @hetieshou I wondered that too but maybe I'm over thinking it.

  • 97. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • ltbl:
    @coralie recently I came across some research studies on gay males and the finding was that straight parents carry a gene that is passed on to their kids for their gayness. The parents are basically carriers even if they are straight. Another study I found stated that they had found that mothers who had thyroid issues when pregnant were more likely to have sons who were gay. Also, gay men are more likely to have thyroid illness As usual males are studied before females so there aren't really any studies about women who are gay. So being gay, bi, etc. has more to do with hormonal/genetic factors in the womb and possible environmental stressors on moms. I heard of a study where in Germany there were more gay men were born at the end of WWll which would make sense if environmental stressors created imbalances in their moms.

  • 98. Charmaine Sheh Talks“Story of Yanxi Palace” Sequel
  • EmpressWan:
    @sol365 I actually enjoyed Deep In The Realm of Conscience. I mean it doesn't come close to the original Beyond The Realm of Conscience buuut it has some nice qualities. Even though it seemed more like a Forensic Heroes + Can't Buy Me Love + Beyond The Realm of Conscience hybrid story, there are memorable moments and some fantastic scenes

  • 99. Carlos Chan Wins Best New Actor At Huading Awards
  • llwy12:
    Congrats to Carlos, though technically he's not a "new artist" as he's been in the industry 15 years already with more than 10 years of that as an actor (mostly in movies)....so in a way, kind of wish the award had a different title. But I guess the most important thing is that Carlos's efforts are being recognized and if he gets better offers due to this recognition, then yes, that's definitely a good thing. He's one of those artists who actually has looks as well as talent (a rare find nowadays) and from what I've seen of his works so far (movies and TV series), I have no doubt that he will go far. He's one of the few newer generation artists that I actually enjoy watching nowadays so hopefully he (or the people who manage him) will keep the momentum going. Looking forward to his next project!

  • 100. Carlos Chan Wins Best New Actor At Huading Awards
  • llwy12:
    @sugarcane The ICAC series are actually co-collaborations with the government and majority of them are based on real life cases, so script and plot-wise, there really isn't a whole lot that TVB can do. I doubt that TVB even considers these ICAC series as their own series, as most of the time, the directors / producers involved are outsiders (usually from the HK movie world) and the artists who participate may not necessarily be from TVB. But overall, with TVB's own series though, I definitely agree that they need to put more effort into the script and not just rely on star-power...but again, doubt anything is going to change....

  • 101. “Life on the Line” Finishes with a Happy Ending
  • Ivan:
    definitely my fav drama this year :)

  • 102. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PotatoChip:
    @peachyogurt Perhaps there may be some environmental factors in a few cases, but the significant majority is not. I have many close friends, family members, and patients who are gay. None would agree with you that environmental factors caused them to be gay. They knew early in childhood that they were primarily attracted to the same sex. They would be insulted by the insinuation of "fixing" the environmental factors would fix them. No. Being gay is not a defect. They don't need to control it. Society needs to control its discrimination and let people live their lives.

  • 103. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • PotatoChip:
    Congrats to them! For all the talk of Ruco being traditional, he sure is progressive in a lot of things. I know i am going to sound like a fan girl, but he seems to have the best of old world and new world views. Chivalrous, hard working, loyal yet always saying, "my wife can choose what she thinks is best for her and her career". He does still sound a bit blunt in interviews though...

  • 104. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • jayne:
    @jcc10 Thanks for pointing this out. Just made the correction.

  • 105. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • nigel:
    @sugarcane very true. They do look like each other. I hope she is happier now wherever she is. RIP beautiful Yammie ❤️❤️❤️

  • 106. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • jcc10:
    for the insta posts, isn’t it the other way around?? but nonetheless, congrats to Ruco and phoebe! looking forward to seeing mini ruco or mini phoebe!

  • 107. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @sabrina Very good points and well said! Those were my thoughts too.

  • 108. Ruco Chan and Phoebe Sin Expecting First Child
  • jayne:
    Congratulations to Ruco and Phoebe! Their baby will be beautiful.

  • 109. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • HeTieShou:
    @pocky Wow is NYC that bad? But yet it is still one of the most expensive places to live in the world.

  • 110. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    Yammie was very special as she was beautiful and talented. She is also very sweet too. Life sadly did not treat her well. I just hope she is in a happier and better place since this world was too cruel to her. If there is a next life, hope she will be happy. She will always be loved and missed. Thanks to her for bringing so much happiness to everyone by sharing her talent and beauty with us all. Rest in paradise Yammie! Will never forget you!

  • 111. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @lam86 On screen and real life are 2 different worlds as it is all just acting. You can be best friends and lovers on screen but hate each other to the bone in real life.

  • 112. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Hayden:
    To me she was one of the most beautiful actress in the 80s besides Joey Wong and Maggie Cheung. Her beauty and talent will never be forgotten.

  • 113. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @cutie777 Honestly, just because anyone shows up at anyone’s funeral does not necessarily mean they are close friends. There are times when there are people you do not know often show up just because they happen to be around there are tag along with a friend who is attending. Even Cheung Wai Kin said he is not even close to Yammie and came since they are both Catholics. Sometimes the ones you are the most close to are the ones that do not attend as it is too painful. I remember people asking why Maggie Cheung did not attend Leslie Cheung’s funeral and she said it was because she was too devastated and could not handle to pain. People often mistakenly think that just because anyone attends a person’s funeral that they are close while the ones who do not attend are not close which is not necessarily true. You often see people who do not even know the deceased. It is not like a wedding where you invite people as anyone can come to a funeral.

  • 114. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • bubbles23:
    Watching just for Philip!

  • 115. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • Hayden:
    Looking forward to this drama since the beginning cos of Philip, Matt and Vincent. But Philip just gave the spoiler away.

  • 116. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • HeTieShou:
    @sugarcane Yes I thought that I was the only one to think that. Yammie also looks like Annie Yi too. They are all beautiful.

  • 117. Carlos Chan Wins Best New Actor At Huading Awards
  • Passingby:
    Congrats to Carlos! I hope he gets better movie offers after this. It's time to pass the baton to promising young actors like him.

  • 118. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Cutie777:
    @orchid123 yes you got it right about Maggie, sheren and Rachel but her other good friend Chingmy and Margie are not there to attend the service and I didn’t even know Rachel is one of her good friend either or even sheren. I haven’t seen Maggie for a while she still looks the same.

  • 119. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @potatochip The lack of bonding as I mentioned in my previous posts is only one factor. There are many other environmental factors and sometimes it's a combination of multiple factors before it can lead to homosexuality. This lack of bonding is mainly for male homosexuality, I have not been able to study female homosexuality yet, but sometimes it has to do with being abused/sexually assaulted by men, and they feel safer with women. Again, this is only one factor, and there are many factors involved that is not based on the home environment, but outside environment. It's easier for people to believe that its a genetic/biological issue, because they can claim that it's something they cannot control, than to confront a traumatic issue or problem in their past. And yes, some may have a genetic disposition if multiple family members are gay. But I don't believe all gay people have a genetic expression to be gay.

  • 120. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • kmuk:
    Sime are in hising to not show their support because of that idiot Eric Tsang assault case

  • 121. Single Again, Does Karena Ng Want to Go Back to Raymond Lam?
  • m0m0:
    i find it pretty funny that every time anything about karena comes up, it's always linked to raymond lam. even if this fact news, this association would never erase b/c she was and is known as his gf. this is definately no good news for her love life or career. poor girl, she must have a really bad relationship w/ the press.

  • 122. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • orchid123:
    @cutie777 I think the 3rd photo (from top to bottom) was Maggie Chan (陳美琪) and the 5th photo was Sheren Tang (鄧萃雯). Not sure about the 4th photo. It could be Chingmy Yau or Rachel Lee (李麗珍). Please correct me if I made a mistake.

  • 123. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • wm2017:
    @jcc10 me too....Philip, Vincent & Mat :)

  • 124. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • jcc10:
    hmmm, this actually sounds interesting, I’m definitely will give it a try. i really like the trio; vincent, philip, and mat.

  • 125. Carlos Chan Wins Best New Actor At Huading Awards
  • sugarcane:
    Happy for him, but it's beyond me how these artists can muster the brainpower to memorize their lines running on so little sleep. I haven't watched the previous two ICACI installments (since they seem to be getting progressively worse), but will likely tune in to this upcoming one, if only for Carlos, Joyce, and Kent. Let's hope TVB actually puts some effort into the script and plot for this one, rather than simply relying on star-power to reel in the viewers. Hey, one can dream...

  • 126. Single Again, Does Karena Ng Want to Go Back to Raymond Lam?
  • sugarcane:
    It hasn't been very long since they've separated, so whatever issue they had which led to the breakup isn't likely to have absolved. Not to mention, Raymond seems pretty content with his current relationship.

  • 127. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Dramafan:
    @cutie777 yes, sad to see many of her old friends were not there to pay their final respects.

  • 128. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Dramafan:
    @sugarcane yes you are right. Gao Yuan Yuan is indeed gorgeous and there is a slight resemblance. Gao Yuan Yuan has a more mature look, but always feminine and graceful. Whereas, maybe i am basing on the picture, Yammie has a very sweet, yet beautiful appearance.

  • 129. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Dramafan:
    @lam86 yes considering David Sui and Rachel Lee were there too.

  • 130. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • sugarcane:
    Can't remember the last time TVB filmed a good, heartfelt brotherhood drama... Pretty sure The Conqueror's Story was the last one that actually tugged at my heartstrings in that regard, and that was well over a decade ago, lol.

  • 131. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • sugarcane:
    Gosh, I really don't understand all the hype around this guy. Tried listening to one of his more popular hits recently, and couldn't even get through the entire song. Auto-tune galore. At least Ariana (whom I also dislike for other reasons) can actually sing. Then again, I can't see the appeal of the ever so popular BTS crew either, so maybe I'm the weird one...

  • 132. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • sugarcane:
    @dramafan Appearance-wise, I find that there's a striking resemblance between Yammie and Gao Yuan Yuan (who also seems to be all natural). She was, indeed, the pinnacle of beauty and talent, and I believe much of the public will remember her as such. RIP, Yammie.

  • 133. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • sugarcane:
    @coralie Thank you for the links. Very interesting findings... I'll definitely take my time to peruse these articles. I've always been of the belief that the basis of homosexuality has more of a biological component than an environmental one (after all, there are many individuals who identify themselves as homosexual with largely normal upbringings). I do theorize, however, that their environment has the potential to either offset or trigger the expression. Good to know there are some scientific evidence to potentially support this.

  • 134. Brotherhood-themed “Fist Fight” to Thrill with Action Scenes
  • Mike:
    Bottom right of last photo though...

  • 135. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PotatoChip:
    @peachyogurt I understand what you are saying, but I disagree that lack of bonding with a male figure or having trauma contributes to being gay. We have single mothers with no male figures in their lives, raise children without them being gay. This lack of bonding with the opposite sex would not explain why there are lesbians, either. Being gay is on a spectrum with the expression likely due to genetic factors. That's why humans are not the only beings with homosexuality. We see families with multiple gay members. Those that do not have gay members are not looking closely enough, have been in suppression, or may be the initial case. You can be raised in a loving home with both parents with no trauma and still be gay. That is why it isn't an illness, it isn't caused by anything external, it is a genetic expression.

  • 136. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PotatoChip:
    @m0m0 I am sorry to hear that. I hope she has reached acceptance now. As a parent myself, I understand how we have certain visions for our children. However, life is unexpected. My oldest is special needs and will never walk or talk. I just hope she and her siblings are happy and healthy. As parents, we need to put aside those pre-conceived ideas and just do our job to love and support them unconditionally.

  • 137. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Cutie777:
    That’s a beautiful picture of her. I thought Chingmy Yau and Margie Tsang is her good friend and none of them attending the service? And what about the rest such as Adam Cheng? Stephen Chow? Lawrence Ng? Or Damien Lau?

  • 138. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • HeTieShou:
    @kokomo I have a feeling he will if he gets bored. Many celebrities have emerged from retirement to act occasionally.

  • 139. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • HeTieShou:
    @rwes67r I will miss Benz but he is older now and needs his break as he has been working hard for many years. HK and Singapore are close by so he can still act occasionally if he wants to. I wonder if Benz has Singaporean citizenship or is he just living there as a resident? I heard it is hard to get Singaporean citizenship. He must be decently well off as it is expensive to live in Singapore. But hope he enjoys it there as Singapore seems like a good place to live.

  • 140. Charmaine Sheh Talks“Story of Yanxi Palace” Sequel
  • Sol365:
    @lam86 Apparently you can't read. Read my sentence carefully again before venting - "... TVB’s crappy series at the moment".

  • 141. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • lam86:
    @dramafan How can Adam cheng not there? He loves her crazily much in Greed of man!

  • 142. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • rwes67r:
    Singapore more Asian feeling and dont feel like 2nd class.welcome to spore.Benz

  • 143. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • MangoTango:
    What a beauty. Sad. RIP

  • 144. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • MangoTango:
    @niangniang LOL. Probably true. He is super rich at a young age.

  • 145. Charmaine Sheh Talks“Story of Yanxi Palace” Sequel
  • Sol365:
    Though I'm a fan of Charmaine, I actually enjoyed "Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace" more compared to "Story of Yanxi Palace", which was aired first. Had it been the other way around, I doubt I would watch Yanxi. But any sequel would definitely be way more watchable than TVB's crappy series at the moment. Look at Deep In The Realm of Conscience and Another Era.

  • 146. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • Dramafan:
    Such a beautiful picture of Yammie. That was really her in her prime, may she RIP. I really cannot think of many if any actresses who was as stunningly beautiful as she. Nowadays, the actresses all look so fake and plastic. It is very, very hard to find a naturally beautiful woman in the entertainment industry.

  • 147. Fans and Artistes Attend Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service 
  • orchid123:
    Yammi, rest in peace. You are now enjoying eternal life with God in Heaven.

  • 148. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • jayne:
    @m0m0 Hope your mother-in-law comes to terms with you and your husband's decision. Does your husband have other siblings to take the baby pressure away from you? I know the older generation place a lot of emphasis on not only have kids, but also having a boy to carry on the family name. The most important thing is that you and your husband are in agreement, so you can manage your MIL's behavior together.

  • 149. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • coralie:
    @jayj hard to prevent that as lots of Americans use VPN for safety reasons. i'm surprised they even caught this.

  • 150. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • JayJ:
    @coralie Agree, it isn't fair. The other issue I see is Apple's lack of response. If using VPN is a factor with gaming the system they should also be looking into it to prevent this from happening in the future.

  • 151. Huang Xiaoming: “I Want My Son to Be Just Like Angelababy”
  • jimmyszeto:
    I don't think anyone listens to Huang Xiaoming anymore, especially after all the superlatives he hurls on Angelababy and also being linked to the stock manipulation scandal....

  • 152. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • pocky:
    @hohliu "HK is worse..." - Nah...try NYC. The worse parts of HK can't even hold a candle up to NYC's.

  • 153. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • m0m0:
    so if the sales were real, then why none of his songs can be found on the chart?

  • 154. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • m0m0:
    @potatochip you're so on point. when my MIL know that we are not going to have any more babies. she did the same thing. guilt trip, threatened us, begged, and totally and mentally broke down in front of me. she hasn't tried suicide yet but i see that coming if there's no more baby in a few more months (and neither myself or husband want anymore) i was so shocked and i felt bad and sad for her to for living her life being told that women are inferior to men. she's surounded by people like that and cannot be changed....

  • 155. Dilireba is the Only Female Mentor for “Produce 101” Season 2
  • Jaylee:
    Kim Yongguk (金龍國) is a member of JBJ, not Uniq.

  • 156. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • coralie:
    @peachyogurt i mean, sure. environmental & childhood developmental factors can contribute to sexual orientation in people. it's a possibility. sexuality in general is a fluid concept. none of us are 100% heterosexual after all. we can't be. without some degree of attraction towards our own gender, how can we get along with each other? it sounds to me like we're biologically designed that way so we don't all kill each other lol. so it's not surprising when people can move in this spectrum of sexuality due to biological, environmental & developmental factors.

  • 157. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • coralie:
    @jayj agreed, but only because intellectual rights doesn't seem to be right terminology here. however, it is gaming the system. from what i understand, U.S. awards certification for sales made in the U.S. and not internationally. that means U.S. artists can only be judged by nationwide sales. in a sense, i think it's protecting local turf creative industry from being usurped by international artists & competition. kris wu is not popular in the U.S., but he got #1 place because his company chose to delay selling his album in China first. so it's cheating because his fans (In Asia) swooped down on the U.S. market to buy, instead of purchasing from China. that dramatically inflated his numbers. what i can say is that though this is a super [email protected] move, it shows the capacity of crazy Chinese fans & their buying power.

  • 158. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • coralie:
    @sugarcane @hetieshou @peachyogurt scholarly articles & links here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11534970?dopt=Abstract https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00224490009552059 http://www.pnas.org/content/115/2/234 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/c152/d0fe2389ffe480e5fc80c178ec0fbef719a1.pdf Something that's a little easier to read: https://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=2120218&page=1 https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-your-birth-order-can-influence-who-you-are-1136567036 I would like to add, orientation changes for the younger male sibling only holds true if they also have older male siblings.

  • 159. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • NiangNiang:
    Kris Wu is a mega star among teenage girls in China who will sell their kidneys for him....

  • 160. Dilireba is the Only Female Mentor for “Produce 101” Season 2
  • NiangNiang:
    @tungamy She should be more selective in her works next time....I can imagine the tsunami of hates in Weibo when the show airs......#shudders

  • 161. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • june:
    I always felt his sexuality was an open secret, even to fans. I choose to believe him, he doesn't seem like someone who cheats. Does this mean we can have him star in dramas featuring homosexual relationships from now on? Can such relationships finally be on mainstream TV in 'progressive' Taiwan? This is important.

  • 162. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @sabrina Good questions. The environmental/developmental factor that I discussed is a bonding issue with a male adult, and not because the parent is gay and the child will follow the homosexual behavior of the parent. So even if a boy who is being raised by a male parent who is gay, the boy can still develop a bond with a male adult. It does not matter what religion or beliefs a person has, if the bonding with the father did not develop or there can be other factors involved. And like I said in my previous post, bonding issue is only one factor. There are many other factors, such as being bullied and rejected by boys in school or being sexually assaulted by a male adult. I was only listing bonding as one example.

  • 163. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • Sabrina:
    @peachyogurt I agree with @hetieshou . There are gay fathers out there, but how come their sons grew up to be straight men? If factors in the environment can influence one's sexual orientation, shouldn't sons who were raised or adopted by gay fathers have higher chance of being gay? There are Christian men whose's families are strong believers, and so anti gay. But these men turned out to be gays. And "the boy has to develop a bonding relationship with the father between the ages of 3 to 6", how deep is the bonding? Many boys had deep bonding with their fathers or fathers that weren't absent to their lives, but they still grew up to be gay. (I'm not trying to attack you, just asking.)

  • 164. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @peachyogurt But I get the idea that you are saying that homosexuality is something that is learned due to not bonding with a male figure which is not always the case. Some are just born that way in spite of the environmental factors. However, it varies and I was not only referring to my cousin but just gays in general. Who truly knows why anyone is gay, lesbian or whatever for sure? We can only speculate and assume things which may or may not be true.

  • 165. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • Sabrina:
    @hetieshou I agree. Some guys are so GENTLE and GIRLY, but it turned out they like women. I've met a guy that's like those scholars in ancient Chinese dramas but alittle more girly. His voice sounds like a woman's and the way he acts and talks just point that he's gay. But he likes woman and already married with a son and daughter. Also, a guy that looks manly and has a manly voice or face can turn out to be gay too.

  • 166. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • Sabrina:
    @orchid123 That doesn't prove if a guy is gay or not. It might work in some cases but not for every guy.

  • 167. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • Sabrina:
    @mangotango You should check Forbes China. Kris made alot in a year. Western sources listed him only have $9million, but Forbes China showed he made more than that each year. The same for Fan BingBing. Western sources listed her as having a networth of about $40 USD then now at $100 USD. But her networth is more than that. China alone can generate alot of money for their artists already.

  • 168. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @hetieshou No, I am not saying that all boys who do not have a father will become gay, but that a lack of bonding with the father during the critical stages of childhood can cause one to seek out homosexual relationships. So that even if the child had a father, but if the boy was not able to bond with the father during those ages, then it could affect the boy to want to bond with men in the future. This is only one factor, and there are many. And every circumstance is different. If the mother was a single mother, but the boy was able to bond with another adult male, be it grandpa or uncle, then it could lessen the likely hood. Once again, I do not know your cousin, so I cannot say what are the exact reasons.

  • 169. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • happytortoise:
    @hetieshou yeah actually I heard that those “three guys” are just the same ex who wanted to make it seem like he was cheating and that the photos are just taken during diff time periods

  • 170. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • HeTieShou:
    Is it me or he looks like a bum or drug addict? Not a good image at all!

  • 171. Kris Wu’s iTunes-topping Sales Under Review by US Billboard
  • MangoTango:
    Wow. Kris is a bigger celeb than Arianna. His earnings should beat many western celebs?

  • 172. Zero Interactions Between Yang Mi and Tiffany Tang at Vogue Event
  • Tiffany:
    Been an ongoing rumor. There’s probably truth to it.

  • 173. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @peachyogurt My cousin had both his parents in his life all the time so I think he was born gay. My uncle( his dad) was always with him in his life since the beginning. Are you saying all boys who do not have a father figure will become gay? I do not believe that. In Aaron’s case, his father was always with him from what I know. I have a good feeling he was not gay or bi because of lacking a father figure. If lacking a father figure made all guys gay then I wonder about those boys who are raised by single mothers? I doubt you can prevent anyone from being gay if they were born like that.

  • 174. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @hetieshou I would have to learn more about your cousin's childhood to really know the reason why he is gay. But the main way to prevent homosexuality is that the boy has to develop a bonding relationship with the father between the ages of 3 to 6. If the dad is absent, was not really there for the child, or rejects the child, then it could affect the ability to bond with the dad.

  • 175. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @peachyogurt That is just one theory as another theory is that you are just born that way. Basically is it the environmental factors or you are just born that way or is it a combination of both? Who truly knows? I have a cousin that is gay and my aunt(his mom) was wondering how it can be as no one else in our family or her side of the family has that “illness”? Old traditional people like my aunt still refer to being gay as an illness.

  • 176. Zero Interactions Between Yang Mi and Tiffany Tang at Vogue Event
  • HeTieShou:
    It is normal for friends to grow apart especially after you have a family and all. Friendship just like any kind of “ship” needs to be maintained or else you could easily grow apart. It is hard to have lifelong friends, especially in this circle where it is dog eat dog type of competitiveness.

  • 177. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • HeTieShou:
    @kidd I like ZWJ the most too. He is very kind and forgiving and is not as stubborn as YG is for example. But I think most just do not like how he is wishy washy in love.

  • 178. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto None of the characters are perfect so you should not hold Zhang Wu Ji’s flaws against him. He was wishy washy in love but he did choose in the end. I actually like him the most as he is the most kind hearted one out of most of those characters. He forgave the ones that indirectly killed his parents and even saved them. Guo Jing wanted revenge no matter what. Yang Guo is stubborn and hurt others around him too. You should read the novels as there are fan translations and official translations if you cannot read Chinese.

  • 179. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PeachYogurt:
    @hetieshou @sugarcane @coralie I believe homosexuality is a child developmental issue, where there are factors in the environment that influences his sexual orientation while he was growing up. He realized that he was gay when he was a teen.

  • 180. Zero Interactions Between Yang Mi and Tiffany Tang at Vogue Event
  • davy:
    If some people are allowed to claim themselves wanting to have relationships keep "private", why can't YM and TY claim to wanting to keep their private friendship as private as possible?

  • 181. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @sugadough I have a feeling he may be bisexual instead of gay but I can be wrong. It is not like it matters anyways.

  • 182. Huang Xiaoming: “I Want My Son to Be Just Like Angelababy”
  • HeTieShou:
    @hetieshou Meant to say to have. Too late to edit now...

  • 183. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto Yes but it depends on the person and their motives. People generally believe that if you care for any person enough then you need to be at their funeral. I agree with that but it is true that some come just for the sake of coming. I remember my aunt being a bit mad at one of my cousins because she did not come to my mom’s funeral. There are also some who are just too devastated to come as it is too painful for them too. I remember when Leslie Cheung passed away and many were wondering why Maggie Cheung did not come as she was close to Leslie. She said it was because she was too devastated to come as she would be too sad. I agree that you should visit and take care of anyone when they are alive. If you suddenly show up at their funeral just to be there then it is meaningless. However, at least they made the effort to come. I do not think you need to be religious to send anyone off. You send someone off because you want to see them one last time because you will never get to see them again in this lifetime. One of my mom’s friends was so mad that no one told her about my mom’s passing since she could not send my mom off for one last time. Generally people believe that if you were close to anyone then you need to be there which is true. I was at my grandma, my uncle, my parents and my 6th older brother’s funerals because I had to be there and I wanted to see them one last time since I knew that I will never see them again in this lifetime. But yes their memories, love and everything will live in our hearts always.

  • 184. Louis Koo Returns to the Music Industry
  • Vodka:
    Nice comeback but the very best song from Louis Koo will forever be the sub theme in DIF IV "宇宙無限"

  • 185. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @potatochip Exactly but you have to be in their shoes as they only have one son and he is supposed to carry on the family name and all that stuff. Since there is IVF and all so he can still have kids to carry on the family name even if he does not get married to a woman. My parents would been the same way if any of my brothers were gay. I am guessing they are more accepting now as they realized that they should love him no matter what. Also, times are different and people are more accepting of gays. Taiwan just legalized gay marriage so even if Aaron wanted to marry a guy, it should not be a problem. The main thing is for him to be happy and if they love him, they should let him be who he truly is.

  • 186. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • HeTieShou:
    @coralie I have never heard of that so I wonder his true it is.

  • 187. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • SugaDough:
    I used to write fanfictions of Aaron yan with other actresses. guess my fantasies will remain that way forever.

  • 188. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • mindee:
    Awww I will miss Benz!

  • 189. Huang Xiaoming: “I Want My Son to Be Just Like Angelababy”
  • HeTieShou:
    Ok so he wants his son her plastic surgery and lie about it through his teeth just like his wife?

  • 190. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • HeTieShou:
    Those 3 guys look the same to me as if they are triplets. I honestly wonder what truly happened.

  • 191. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • JayJ:
    @llwy12 Well Trump used Russia to gain the system. It's also a bit of a stretch to use the sales of Kris Wu's album as China violating intellectual property rights. Using VPN isn't illegal in USA.

  • 192. Dilireba’s Barefaced Photo Leaked
  • JayJ:
    @windy I'm using Jenner as an example to show davy how stupid his line of thinking is. Somehow only Asian women are capable of having plastic surgery and looking different while wearing makeup but American women would somehow look natural. This line of thinking comes from the education they receive in the west that "it's not the same in the west as it is in the east", "we're not like that".

  • 193. Dilireba’s Barefaced Photo Leaked
  • JayJ:
    @davy You don't have to go to a haters forum to see nasty comments of any actress. Twitter, Facebook, Insta, Youtube, Snapchat are all popular social media sites that have nasty comments aimed at the actresses you have mentioned and more. It's also not a "small amount of people", it's a LOT of people criticizing them for their looks, including wrinkles, pores, being old, fake, etc. etc. They aren't excluded from being criticized just because they aren't Asian. That is the most ignorant thing I have heard of. Also, if you are telling me the mass majority of people are commenting in one way I would love to see some numbers or well researched facts and not something you "feel" is the truth. Also, Kylie Jenner is not criticized because she has a cosmetics company, she's criticized because she's a well known celebrity. People aren't talking about her business, they are talking about her looks. They are saying she's fake, ugly and plastic. It's also funny how you mentioned American movies having "older" actresses or whatnot. There are countless "older" actresses complaining about not having enough work BECAUSE of their age. Google is your friend. My main point is, its ignorant of you to complain about C/K actresses looking fake when its exactly the same thing in anywhere around the world. You don't have to take my word for it, go on insta and search MAKEUP. You would see a million pictures of Asian AND Non Asian women wearing makeup and looking different than NOT wearing makeup. It's somehow shocking to men like you that women wearing makeup would make them look different.

  • 194. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • PotatoChip:
    Poor guy, so difficult when family doesn't love you for who you are. Typical Asian parent guilt trip, threatening suicide. It's terrible. I am glad they are finally accepting him more now, but even though it is difficult, they should have been better back then.

  • 195. Dilireba is the Only Female Mentor for “Produce 101” Season 2
  • Tungamy:
    @niangniang Same thoughts. I've been a fan of hers for a long time, but I don't think being a mentor for a music show is suitable for her. Can already see lots of backlash and comments from haters :( They should either have her on a dancing show (if she's not still injured), or a reality show like Up Idol-我們來了, Or Divas Hit the Road-花儿与少年

  • 196. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • funnlim:
    @llwy12 Wow I didn't know about the prominence of his family. Moving to Singapore is nothing. Many did way back in 1997 anyway. Nothing new. But significance is gotta be well off to move to singapore.

  • 197. Huang Xiaoming: “I Want My Son to Be Just Like Angelababy”
  • funnlim:
    You mean where water can't touch him on special days?

  • 198. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • funnlim:
    Point is, his family tolerated and it is a positive thing. Seems a lot of artistes are coming out or outed as gays these days.

  • 199. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • funnlim:
    Being outed is one thing in an industry where everyone knew. But to so called date 3 men at the same time, that's not dating, that's called being promiscuous and in any relationship, that's bad.

  • 200. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • sugarcane:
    @coralie Was this an online article? If so, would you happen to have a link?

  • 201. Dilireba is the Only Female Mentor for “Produce 101” Season 2
  • NiangNiang:
    Reba as a mentor?? I love Reba but as a mentor in musical survival show??? I am not so sure.....

  • 202. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto @coralie Benz is from a prominent family (with connections to the Qing dynasty imperial family and also one of China’s most famous literary figures Lu Xun), but not necessarily a rich one (though his parents did own a jade and jewelry shop back in the day, but doesn’t necessarily mean the family was wealthy — they probably made enough to be comfortable but not rich to the point where he would be set for life). Benz himself has said in previous interviews that all the prominence in his family was from back in his great-grandfather’s day and pretty much the family’s fortunes went downhill from there. The Mercedes Benz that he bought in the 1970s was actually the result of him saving up his hard-earned money. It’s true though that he didn’t join the entertainment industry because of the money — he joined because he got bored working in his dad’s shop, lol. I remember I had translated an interview he had done with Mingpao a few years back where he talked about his family life and also the Singapore thing so I went back and dug it up for those who might be interested (this interview is actually from 2012). Aside from his acting, it’s interviews like this one that make me love Benz so much as a person too, lol: https://llsmusings.blogspot.com/2013/01/mingpao-interview-with-veteran-tvb.html?m=0

  • 203. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • HeTieShou:
    @orchid123 Just because someone’s face looks girly does not mean that they are gay. You cannot always tell based on looks.

  • 204. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • hohliu:
    Singapore crimes rates even if high in a area is still much lower then many Countries. What is there to worry about? HK is worse...

  • 205. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • llwy12:
    Speaking of Kris Wu...check out the below article about his fans trying to game the iTunes Charts in the U.S. Hmmm...and people wonder why Trump is taking such a hard stance on China over their violations of intellectual property rights...I’m sure stuff like this (among other things) doesn’t help...if anything, it gives our current administration even more ammo to come down hard on China. Stupid fans! Note - this is a short summary of the issue - there are longer articles out there that talk about what happened): https://www.vulture.com/2018/11/itunes-decides-chinese-pop-stars-sales-will-not-count.html?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Vulture-%20November%208%2C%202018&utm_term=Subscription%20List%20-%20Vulture%20%281%20Year%29 **Edit: This article from Variety is actually more detailed.... https://variety.com/2018/music/news/kris-wus-massive-itunes-u-s-sales-were-acquired-fraudulently-and-will-not-count-towards-charts-1203022049/

  • 206. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • orchid123:
    Aaron Yan's face looks very much like a girl's anyway. Not surprised that he is gay.

  • 207. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto TVB’s CEO Mark Lee already talked about what type of series will be Mainland co-productions in this interview from back in July: https://m.mingpao.com/fin/daily2.php?node=1531683429877&issue=20180716 Basically, TVB believes that Mainland audiences are most interested in series about professional occupations, such as cops (any type of police-themed series), lawyers (any type of series courtroom dramas), and doctors (any type of medical-related profession), etc, so the exec-mandated “one-fourth of TVB’s series going forward will be Mainland co-productions” will most likely be series with the above themes. In other words, TVB will be doing the same types of series they’ve been doing for years because, according to them, that’s what both Mainland and HK audiences want. In terms of specifically what the next big co-production will be – well, basically any series produced by Lau Ka Ho and Mui Siu Ching will be a Mainland co-production, as that’s what they were re-hired by TVB to do (which was to head up the “Mainland co-productions department” – if they had business cards printed, no doubt you will see something related to Mainland China in their titles, lol). Aside from that, the other co-production we already know about (since it was unveiled at Filmart earlier in the year) is Triumph in the Skies 2020, which TVB already confirmed will have “well-known” Mainland artists in lead roles (unlike Another Era, which had Mainland artists in it, but ones that even Mainland audiences had never heard of). Now of course, we all know that nothing is set in stone and until the series actually starts filming, everything could still change at a moment’s notice….but at least the above gives us some indication…

  • 208. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 I wonder what is the next big production TVB will target the mainland with? Think they will learn from their mistakes of ‘Another Era’. It does not have to be a good series. Just need to hire an actor known in the mainland and produce a script fully catered to the Chinese audience...

  • 209. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • jimmyszeto:
    Wow, where did these photos come from. Looks like posing for the camera...

  • 210. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • jimmyszeto:
    @coralie I’ve not researched because I don’t know Chinese but Benz was nicknamed ‘Benz’ was already driving a Mercedes Benz to work when he was an extra/minor support back in the late 1970s and early 1980s. He did not join the entertainment circle for money. I think his family’s past generations are linked to powerful figures of the imperial family.

  • 211. Aaron Yan’s Parents Didn’t Accept His Homosexuality and Threatened to Kill Themselves
  • coralie:
    There's a biological link to homosexuality. I read about this a while back. The chances of boys born gay is higher if they weren't a firstborn. This seems to be the case for Aaron.

  • 212. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • coralie:
    @jimmyszeto He seems to come from a prominent family via Wiki, but how do you know his family is rich?

  • 213. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • llwy12:
    @ivan Yes, that did contribute, but less in this case, especially since, as @jimmyszeto already pointed out, the reception in Mainland was poor too (and Mainland even broadcast the series on their CCTV channel, which they rarely ever do). At the end of the day, Another Era’s failure boiled down to one thing: the script sucked. I think anyone who has followed HK series in the past decade or so can see that most of the series which have seen some amount of success with audiences (regardless of the TV station), especially in the past few years, have been ones where the story / subject matter is relatable to audiences in some way….the series that reflect what is happening in society currently and/or to common (ordinary) people like you and me, audiences have been especially able to resonate with. I think TVB’s thinking is too old-fashioned…yes, in the past, it was fine to make series that weren’t really realistic so audiences can have a temporary “escape” from their boring lives and perhaps have something to fantasize about, but nowadays, that isn’t the trend anymore. As a whole, people are more involved in their societies nowadays and with so many problems to deal with in their lives that they know they can’t escape from (yes, in a sense, people have finally woken up to the realities of their lives, lol), they want to be assured in the fact that others are going through the same thing and they aren’t alone in their struggles….when TV series reflect that reality, it can be very powerful, especially for people going through those same struggles – it’s like, finally, there’s someone out there who understands how I feel! This is why I’ve always been a fan of TV stations doing audience surveys every year (or every two years at minimum) so they can get a more up to date pulse on how audiences are feeling and can adjust accordingly (though of course, also depends on the way the survey is done, the audience pool, the questions asked, etc.). TVB doesn’t do audience surveys anymore because they don’t feel it’s needed….I remember a few years ago, when HKTV was still in the picture and the whole audience survey thing came up (since HKTV was doing not just audience surveys but also focus groups where they would get feedback on their series from audiences face-to-face), TVB even stated that the last time they did an audience survey was like in the 90s or something like that and they are not going to do one anytime soon because they already know what audiences want and since audiences’ tastes don’t change much (TVB’s thinking, not mine), management didn’t want to waste the time and resources….(which of course was another idiotic decision on management’s part because look where they are now – obviously they don’t know what audiences want or care about…either that or they are just banking on the fact that their target audiences will always be ignorant housewives who just have the TV on as background noise and won’t really pay attention anyway….).

  • 214. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • jimmyszeto:
    @coralie Benz loves acting otherwise would have retired decades ago. He came from a rich family and did not need the money. I still expect him to fly back and participate in movies.

  • 215. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • coralie:
    I can't see Benz retiring for good. He can be like Patrick Tse or Bowie Wu or Law Lan and just film when he feels an itch :).

  • 216. Aaron Yan’s 3 Boyfriends Revealed
  • coralie:
    He got outed, what a way to be found out. Unfortunately this means his fanbase is going to dramatically decline.

  • 217. 2017 MCI Runner-Up Serene Lim to Make TVB Acting Debut
  • 1piscesish:
    In her other photos, she has slight resemblance to Yoona Im from SNSD.

  • 218. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • funnlim:
    1 reason only. Story sucks.

  • 219. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • KoKoMo:
    @mike hopefully he does come back to TVB every now and then to do a drama. Benz is a great actor. We’ll miss him on the screen.

  • 220. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • m0m0:
    b/c it is a co-production w/ mainland china. all their co-prod with china are bad. they just throw alot of money without considering the plot or story.

  • 221. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • wm2017:
    @mike She always look older than her age yes. lol...I find her and her hubby both annoying as heck. haha

  • 222. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • Tiffany:
    The script was really bad. Poor characters development.

  • 223. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • jimmyszeto:
    @anon It’s a shame but I think it’s the correct time for Benz to retire since he is already 70. Not worth working till health deteriorates without enjoying the relaxing nature of retirement.

  • 224. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • jimmyszeto:
    @ivan Think the ratings and reviews were poor in mainland too.

  • 225. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • Mike:
    Good for him. Time to settle down. He should be able to get gigs in local stations if he wants to. Or just come back occasionally to do a series like other ex tvb artists do when they immigrate to another country such as Canada.

  • 226. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • Mike:
    "she’s already in her early 40s, the actress laughed and said 54-year-old Raymond already reached the age to have a midlife crisis. She even exposed that he has bladder problems." She looks her age, Raymond never ages. And that's very rude of her to talk about another person's health issues. Shocking really.

  • 227. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • HeTieShou:
    @mangotango Maybe they initiated an argument so got deleted or were off topic? Who knows?

  • 228. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • Ivan:
    why is no one acknowledging the fact that the reason the rating is low because tvb broadcasted the episodes first in mainland china. those who are interested to watch would have already watched it online

  • 229. Reasons Why “Another Era” Is One of TVB’s Lowest Rated Dramas of the Year
  • sehseh:
    Also, the producer and screenwriter are no longer Chik Kei Yi and Chow Yuk Ming (Another Era 1&2). Behind the screen is equally important to a drama production too.

  • 230. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • kk12345:
    "Yup, pretty soon I will have to go dust off my collection of old TVB series (and variety programs) and re-watch those if I want my TVB fix…." @llwy12 Actually Korea copied some Hong Kong dramas. So their dramas are very similar to TVB. Hit The Top (Korean drama) -> Raymond Wong's time traveling drama - Korea drama copied a lot from HK drama Cruel City (Korean drama) -> Line Walker Signal/Manhole (Korean dramas) -> To get Unstuck in Time (All of them copied Frequency the movie)

  • 231. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • Passingby:
    Looks like all the mediocre second and third liners are being pushed into lead roles.

  • 232. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • Passingby:
    Kristal was robbed of the Best Actress award last year. She deserved it much more than insipid Natalie.

  • 233. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • Anon:
    Raymond is a decent actor, but he's not leading material by any means - beyond TVB. Congrats nonetheless!

  • 234. Benz Hui Moves to Singapore After Leaving TVB
  • Anon:
    Looks like Benz will no longer be acting. What a shame! He's a great versatile actor that has captured many memorable roles for decades. I highly doubt that Benz will have a difficult time finding work after leaving TVB. As he said, I am sure this was a family decision. Best of luck to you, sir! Enjoy your retirement!

  • 235. Kristal Tin and Raymond Cho Play Married Couple in New TVB Drama
  • SugaDough:
    I love Raymond. he's so funny! It's about time he become a lead

  • 236. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • MangoTango:
    What happened to the earlier comments/arguments? Canno see any? LOL.

  • 237. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • MangoTango:
    A remake of the Korean version, Giant. Going by the Korean drama, it is a gripping tale on politics, business conspiracies, relationships and romance. The korean darma is 60 eps so I wonder what will be changed here? Maybe the childhood eps which was quite long in the Korean version. The characters are not perfect but realistic. I enjoyed the Korean drama. Looking forward to this. Of course, they will change with Chinese characteristics. Wonder how they will portray the corrupted and brutal politicking here given China's penchant for censorship.

  • 238. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • jayne:
    Macman30 has been banned, so everyone should stop talking to him. If he comes back under another user name, his insulting comments and new userid will be deleted. Any other users who spam, post crude and hateful comments, and attack other users or celebrities repeatedly will also be banned without further notice. This is to ensure positive discussion and more friendly conversations on our site. Please exercise courtesy in your comments.

  • 239. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou It’s a disheartening and shattering experience if not in the correct mindset. I missed my grandad’s funeral (who repeatedly watched TVB video tapes with me when I was a child) because I was abroad and I’m glad I did. Since I’m not religious I don’t believe in a send off, but as long as he is in my thoughts then the bond will always be there. There were plenty who did not visit him when in poor health nor in years prior but attended the funeral so I don’t rate them attending as very meaningful. I can just about handle attending those of people who aren’t so close but If really close if I could I will definitely choose to not attend.

  • 240. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • Mimi8:
    Can’t wait for Ma Tianyu upcoming project with Yang Zi in My Mowlgi Boy.

  • 241. Myolie Wu’s 39th Birthday Wish Is to Have Another Baby
  • Mimi8:
    I miss her old shows like war of in laws that was so funny.

  • 242. 2017 MCI Runner-Up Serene Lim to Make TVB Acting Debut
  • Mimi8:
    Came at the wrong time idk if she has talent or not but Ik tvb is declining. The shows aren’t as good as before anymore and it just seems like the writer and actor are bs-ing through to just finish and get their paycheck.

  • 243. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • Mimi8:
    @macman30 I mean she is a very popular actress so she’ll be having drama after drama out and Wallace himself is also popular too so it’s inevitable he’ll be acting with another popular powerhouse. I mean which celebrity doesn’t have a few tweaks here and there, and it’s not like they came out horrible cause she’s good for her age. I wonder what had she done for you to be so against her. She seems like a really chill person in real life it’s just her acting that is a bland to me.

  • 244. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto Exactly! I lost my mom almost 2 years ago and my late brother passed in a similar matter to Yammie so I know exactly how it is. We all did not recognize my brother but we know that his spirit, love and memories live in our hearts. I hope the same for Yammie that her family, friends and fans remember her memories and afterlife depending on her beliefs.

  • 245. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • davy:
    @macman30 This hoe macman30 needs to be abandoned in a desserts island without internet and jaynestars. Don’t get it wrong I don’t hate you, I have to know you personally to hate you. Nobody is yang mi fan here but every time you swear at her you keep getting lectured it’s so hilarious you just don’t get it.

  • 246. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • Macman30:
    @tungamy point taken

  • 247. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou However a person dies their blood circulation stops and I assume the blood will find its way out anywhere so impossible to keep previous features . The body in the coffin will always seem a complete stranger compared to the person that was previously living. Been a funeral recently. It was a shock to the system to observe an open coffin. We should focus on their memories and if religious their afterlife and spirit....

  • 248. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • Anon:
    @dook I disagree, even without the emergence of the Mainland market. TVB would eventually shut down albeit at a slower rate. The booming Mainland market only helped in accelerating their death (TVB). Which I feel is a positive as TVB would never change, even when there were/are stiff competitions (HKTV/ViuTV/Korean/Taiwanese entertainment, etc.), they prefer stick to their old ways and habits and not evolve with time and social changes. They only have themselves to blame for their own demise.

  • 249. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • HeTieShou:
    @blest62 I agree to some extent but which sight of a dead person is supposed to be physically beautiful? If it is a person you love and care for, would it matter how they look physically upon death? Her beauty and memories will live on regardless of how she looks in her coffin. Plus, she will be cremated as well so it should not matter how her physical body looks now. Her fans should love and remember her regardless if they are true fans.

  • 250. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • Tungamy:
    @jimmyszeto this comment made me laugh out loud hahahaha thank you

  • 251. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • Tungamy:
    @macman30 because we don't need that kind of negativity in our life. Some of us may hate/dislike certain artists but we won't go on every page that has their name and bash them, then argue with other people about how trash they are. We don't want to use our time and eye strength reading stuff like this. Like the old saying goes, if you don't have something nice to say then don't say anything at all.

  • 252. 2017 MCI Runner-Up Serene Lim to Make TVB Acting Debut
  • Ivan:
    Malaysian pride ! She actually acted in a Malaysia movie "Think Big Big" early this year as one of the leads.

  • 253. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • coralie:
    I can't imagine how heartbreaking it must be to have a child with health problems. She is indeed very brave.

  • 254. 2017 MCI Runner-Up Serene Lim to Make TVB Acting Debut
  • coralie:
    She looks a bit like Anita Yuen in this picture. Never heard of her, but looks like everyone's expectant of her appearance.

  • 255. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • BearBear:
    I have nothing but respect for parents who refuse to give up and the strength to remain positive and loving to their child with learning disability or are physically challenged. Cannot imagine the constant worry they have for their child, especially if the child does not have the intellect or physical ability to take care of themselves, when the parents get too old to be the caregiver or pass on.

  • 256. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • m0m0:
    @tungamy you're so on point. it looks like he lost some weight. looking flimsy.

  • 257. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • m0m0:
    kudos to maggie. it takes strength and faith to stay positive. it's a great thing that she didn't blame the world and filled herself with negativity to bring everyone down with her. she's a very strong woman and even that's an understatement.

  • 258. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • jimmyszeto:
    @macman30 Are you Lau Dan in disguise?

  • 259. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • Macman30:
    @hetieshou I don’t hate her, I’ll have to know her personally for me to do so. Have u read any of Hawick Lau’s father Weibo post?? Check it out and we’ll talk.

  • 260. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • Blest62:
    I still think that a quiet farewell to her might be a better choice cos her physical body might have gone into decomposition and not so nice a sight to behold. Guess you know what I mean. Let her live beautifully in her fans( memories. And a quiet sending off is always to be cherished.

  • 261. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou I think it could have been anyone. Just moving on from previous celebrities targeted. Just happens to be Yang Mi this time.Seeking attention.....

  • 262. Wallace Huo and Yang Mi’s “The Great Craftsman” Reveals Cast and Characters
  • HeTieShou:
    @macman30 I wonder why you hate her so much?

  • 263. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • NiangNiang:
    Wow, I am speechless, I don't know what to say.....

  • 264. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • jimmyszeto:
    @dramafan Yes. The pain of seeing own children suffer is unbearable. Takes a very brave mother to show love, strength and great optimism.

  • 265. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • Dramafan:
    Hhhhhm, fire the stylist!!!

  • 266. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • Dramafan:
    @jimmyszeto yes i second that!! There really is no greater love than love for our children, it is unconditional and endless.

  • 267. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • Tungamy:
    Sorry to offend, but he's going for a homeless look over there...

  • 268. Margaret Chung Shares Touching Clip of Daughter Taking First Steps: “Face Everything with Positivity”
  • jimmyszeto:
    Utmost respect for Margeret..

  • 269. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 I skimmed through the first couple of episodes yesterday in a few minutes. Think there were some major flaws back in those days. Like the court case when Felix Lok was getting tested for the strength of his eyes, his wife sitting in court just mouthed the words to him further incriminating Yammie. I also don’t get how ‘Wan Yee’ suddenly becomes totally broke and penniless when her wealthy husband dies. Surely there would be at least some if not plenty passed on to her?

  • 270. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 Oh yeh, Li Sing Cheong is the aggressive son who with Deric by his side mows down Canti Lau...

  • 271. Joey Law: “It’s Time to Work Harder”
  • ptyss0502:
    @mike....Besides that he needs more practice in acting as his acting skills is still lacking. Only time will tell.

  • 272. G.E.M. Performs at NASA Awards
  • msxie0714:
    17 year old Ou Yang Na Na performed the cello at last year's event.

  • 273. Kris Wu Criticized for New Look
  • msxie0714:
    the sleazy pimp/heroin addict image doesn't work for him.

  • 274. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • HeTieShou:
    @fighter01 Yes, they said they had to do an autopsy to see but not sure if they will reveal it to the public.

  • 275. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • PeachYogurt:
    @fighter01 Not that I know of - previous article says she was found dead in the toilet and this articles says "details surrounding her passing are still unclear."

  • 276. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • Kuks:
    @m0m0 yesss, would totally watch a green leaf lead drama!

  • 277. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • fighter01:
    @hetieshou @janet72 @m0m0 They never explained what was the cause of her death?

  • 278. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto Oooh, I just remembered, Li Shing Cheong is also in Looking Back in Anger, along with Ng Kai Ming (whom we were talking about just recently with that Greed of Man reunion photo) – both of them play Elliot Ngok’s sons. With the series’ re-broadcast in the midnight timeslot starting next week, makes me want to re-watch too (and probably cry my eyes out once again, especially fresh off the loss of both Elliot and Yammie)….

  • 279. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • DooK:
    Ever since the Mainland film market boomed in the last decade, Hong Kong hasn't been the same. As long as Hong Kong companies keep working with Mainland parties, the Hong Kong film industry won't progress nor recover.

  • 280. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • fighter01:
    @blest62 @peachyogurt They never explained what was the cause of her death?

  • 281. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    @anon That’s an old report – the newest one from August 2018 said that TVB’s profit actually rose due to “the popularity of their series in Mainland China” (take that for what it’s worth, lol). 10 years is generous, lol. I give them 7 years – this is based on their free-to-air TV license being renewed back in 2013 for another 12 years, which means they are up for renewal again in 2025 (7 years away). Who knows, if this whole Mainland China collaboration thing works out well (which all indication so far, from TVB’s perspective at least, points to it being a “wise choice” – again, take it for what it’s worth), then in 7 years, instead of renewing their license in HK, they can just move headquarters to Mainland and officially adopt the “CCTVB” nickname that they’ve had for years, lol.

  • 282. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 Yes. Even the middle aged extras/green leaf who have been typecasted as debt collectors or trouble makers all are very nice and down to earth individuals. Wong Man Piu, Deno Cheung,Yoe Biu and Cheung Ka Sang. Etr... They are so good at their roles that we feel they are bad guys in real life when in face they can’t be more of the opposite. So under appreciated actors who have toiled half their lives at TVB without much to show for it....

  • 283. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • Anon:
    @llwy12 I think it's only a matter of time before TVB closes up shop in Hong Kong. I give it 10 years max. If they do survive, their entire focus will be catering to mainland China. 'TVB profit drops 51% amid ‘lacklustre advertising market’ https://www.marketing-interactive.com/tvb-profit-drops-51-amid-lacklustre-advertising-market/

  • 284. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • Mimi8:
    That’s nice of them RIP Yammie. She’s such a talented and pretty actress sad that’s she’s gone.

  • 285. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto Yea…out of those you listed, only Li Shing Cheong and Law Lok Lam are still working full time for TVB. Ming Sir only films occasionally nowadays, Paul Chun films movies and Mainland China and/or Taiwan drama series and web series nowadays more than HK series, Wilson Tsui (aka Ai Wai) does primarily web dramas now, Power Chan films for ViuTV (when he’s not teaching acting at I don’t remember which university), and Benz Hui ended his contract back in February and moved (or is in the process of moving) to Singapore. And that’s just to name a handful…there are tons more that either don’t film for TVB anymore or only do so occasionally…. I can’t think of the last time I watched a TVB series in its entirety, to be honest. The variety programs nowadays too aren’t worth watching anymore – even as recently as last year, I enjoyed watching Cantopop at 50, but even that show has gone down the toilet, with the change in hosts and the same guests on over and over (the times when they use the entire episode as a promo tool for particular artists are especially abhorrent)…. Yup, pretty soon I will have to go dust off my collection of old TVB series (and variety programs) and re-watch those if I want my TVB fix….

  • 286. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto Maybe I’m too used to Li Shing Cheong’s bald look nowadays, I actually don’t think he looks more menacing…he actually comes across friendlier to me, like a family friend or a beloved Uncle, lol. The thing I remember most about Li Shing Cheong though (aside from his wonderful acting of course) was the huge mole on his neck that was always visible in older series…but seems like that has disappeared over the years as well, haha… I love that Li Shing Cheong is a family guy who adores his wife and child! It’s interesting that many of the veterans who usually play big bad villains in TVB series are actually sweet, loving husbands and/or fathers in real life – in addition to Li Shing Cheong, there are also Benz Hui, Lee Kwok Lun, Law Lok Lam, Timothy Cheng, John Chiang, etc. On the TV & movie side, Paul Chun and Liu Kai Chi are the first 2 who come to mind that would fall into this category as well (though in recent years, both don’t play villains onscreen as much as they used to)…

  • 287. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 Benz Hui, Ai Wai, Li Shing Cheong, Law Lok Lam, Power Chan, Ming Sir, Chun Pui.Not many of the above left now in TVB. TVB did try and had a few awards to veterans but I found their purposes disrespectful. It was so random where some veterans got awards and most of them didn’t.Here’s the list 2012-Outstanding Artist Awards were given to Chin Ka Lok (錢嘉樂), Benz Hui (許紹雄), Sunny Chan (陳錦鴻), Lee Sing Cheung (李成昌), and Carol Cheng (鄭裕玲). The Sunny Chan one was totally out of place. Not long service compared to many and was former ATV. TVB wanted him to stay by giving him the pointless award but he left immediately anyway. This year ive watched around 20-30 episodes. Next year I think it will be less than 10. I will retire completely from watching new TVB series very soon.

  • 288. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 Haha. I totally forgot that Ha Yu was bald. Also Elliot Ngok was baldish in Looking Back in Anger. Just shows how much a characters looks can ingrain into our minds once they keep it up for while. I prefer them all with wigs. Suits them and look more friendly. Li Shing Cheong looks more menacing when bald because of his villain characters from Square Pegs and Rosy Business.

  • 289. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    @jimmyszeto Coincidentally, my mom and I were just talking about this the other day, as we were watching old TVB classics with boatloads of veterans in them. It’s kind of funny – Ha Yu went from filming series with his “bald head” look in the 70s and 80s to using a wig in the post-2000s era….Elliot Ngok also did the same thing….Li Shing Cheong on the other hand, went the opposite route – he went from wearing a wig in his older series to going all out with the “bald look” in all of his recent series, lol. In any case, bald look or not, still love their performances!

  • 290. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • llwy12:
    Yay, another one of my favorite veteran actors getting their turn in the spotlight! Love it when these green leaf artists get the chance to be interviewed! Seriously, they’re the ones carrying TVB right now (and have been for at least the last decade as far as I’m concerned), yet they get the least amount of recognition for their efforts. I can truly say that if these veterans were no longer at TVB, I probably wouldn’t watch them anymore period.

  • 291. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • PeachYogurt:
    Okay. Her death is very mysterious. And we still do not know who are the two men that raped Yammie. Who's to say that she was not poison by one of the men?

  • 292. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • smurf:
    @funnlim I'm more stunned that he has 17 yr old.

  • 293. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • llwy12:
    Yes, it’s definitely good to know that Yammie’s family and church will be taking care of her funeral arrangements and also will be holding a memorial service for her. This should alleviate most fans’ concerns about her not having anyone to handle these matters – however I read today that some of her fans are still trying to push other artists and her friends in the industry to get involved with her funeral arrangements (some are repeatedly leaving messages on those artists’ social media saying they should get involved). Honestly, this bothers me, as the family has already made it clear that they want to handle things quietly and it’s obvious they are trying to avoid the media circus if at all possible, yet the fans seem to be hell-bent on making this into a grand high-profile affair (which Yammie would not have wanted anyway)….to me, that’s disrespectful to the family. Those fans need to back off and not make things harder for everyone involved….if they truly care about Yammie and her funeral arrangements, then they should be contacting the church and seeing what they can do to help…or better yet, attend the memorial service and pay their respects (since the information has already been published)…just like Yammie’s family should not have to endure harassment from the media in their time of grief, her friends shouldn’t have to endure harassment from fans either….I’m sure Yammie would not have wanted to see her family and friends being harassed. Let her rest in peace please!

  • 294. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • Tiffany:
    Hope TVB will cherish their veterans!

  • 295. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jayne:
    @llwy12 Thanks for your kind words and understanding. While I don't enjoy policing comments, I'll be more active in banning users who post offensive comments repeatedly. I have already banned some users who can't exercise civility towards others or who post repeated insulting comments.

  • 296. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • llwy12:
    @jayne Thank you for taking the time to respond, Jayne! Understood and points well-taken! I’m sure it might not seem like it at times, but I know many of us appreciate all the effort you and your team have put into translating the latest entertainment news and maintaining this website. As a fellow writer and translator also with my own blog site (and a full-time job and busy personal life of course), I know how difficult it is to find the time to keep up, and on top of that having to deal with all the user reactions, comments, feedback (and the occasional arguments and hostilities, which are unfortunate but bound to happen). We are certainly an opinionated bunch and more often than not, we may disagree with each other and/or the content of the articles, but that’s the beauty of having a forum like this where we can share our common passion and still feel free to express ourselves (staying within established rules of course). With that said though, the increasing hostilities with some of the discussions in recent months have truly been discouraging and I can definitely see where some members are coming from in not wanting to comment anymore or, in a few cases, even wanting to leave. Hopefully we can all keep the discussions more civil in the future. Thanks!

  • 297. Police Arrested 31 People at Jacky Cheung’s Concert
  • funnlim:
    I find this news very very funny.

  • 298. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • funnlim:
    He is 69?!?! He looks at least a decade younger!! Fantastic actor.

  • 299. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • jimmyszeto:
    @m0m0 I think Fala is a serious person in real life so it was fine when she played roles as beauties with cold personality. 'Holiday' though was playful, childish at times and quick witted so Fala found it tough and a lot of scenes seems forced rather than natural. A good actor/actress should be able handle these roles with ease. Just take Stephen Chow, Anothony Wong and Francis Ng for example who are serious and explosive individuals.

  • 300. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • m0m0:
    @jimmyszeto yea, i think she didn't portray the character that well but it wasn't just that character. she needed improvement in acting back then.

  • 301. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • m0m0:
    i love watching this guy and 11-gor. they are both great green leaf actors. tvb should make a drama to cast green leaf and veteran actors and have them lead the show like the way hktv did. it was a good one.

  • 302. G.E.M. Performs at NASA Awards
  • m0m0:
    she can so be the lead of feminist movement in china. she's been the first in many things that chinese men couldn't even do.

  • 303. Li Shing Cheong, TVB’s Go-to “Gambling Addict” Is A Family Man
  • jimmyszeto:
    I hope Li Shing Cheong brings his wig out of retirement. Loved his characters who provided the comic relief in Cold Blood Warm Heart and the Armed Reaction series.....

  • 304. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • jimmyszeto:
    @kidd I suppose all 3 male protagonists have their own stubborn characteristics. Guo Jing wanted to follow everything by the book and Yang Guo was going all out for revenge without absorbing the hints he was getting. I prefer the female characters. The know what they want and are a lot less held back...

  • 305. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • kidd:
    @jimmyszeto Of the 3 Condor Trilogy leads, I like Zhang Wu Ji the most because he's very kind and forgiving. He can give up pursuing revenge for the greater good of the people. I don't know why Jin Yong chose to make ZWJ so messy in love. In version 1, ZWJ was very sure who he loves at the end (it was Zhao Min), but, in subsequent rewrite, he became more and more indecisive and unsure. I heard that in the 3rd edition, he even imagined having all 4 girls.:(

  • 306. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • fighter01:
    @potatochip @peanutbutterjelly @shimmerstars They never explained what was the cause of her death?

  • 307. G.E.M. Performs at NASA Awards
  • Mike:
    Nice GEM

  • 308. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 Yes. TVB shifts have turned into factory work for the majority of artists. Knock off the shift and then go home. We have even seen it with the lead actor/actresses over the years. Tavia starring in the same roles and putting similar emotions for scenes and we as viewers can't distinuish between the characters. Wayne acting in series after series but probably 1 out every 3 are decent quality.It's more of scene for scene acting and no time to think and develop a character. I think Moses said something along the lines in the interview in 'Telling Maria' not long ago. I just think we have no choice but to give up Hong Kong. Even if decent acting classes will be introduced for everyone, TVB is just a stepping stone to grab a bit of fame and quickly move on to lucrative mainland shows, endorsements etr. The only way this can be solved is for TVB to also pay astronomical wages then there will be an incentive and there might be motivation to compete and improve but as we know, this can never happen. All we can do is to reminisce by watching old series....

  • 309. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • llwy12:
    @dugdugdug Yes, he's talking about the "self-censorship" which all companies that want to continue in Mainland China's good graces must do. With that said however, he is also referring to TVB's internal politics and how much more restrictive and rigid the station has become over the years, especially in the post-Run Run Shaw days...

  • 310. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • llwy12:
    @dandan It's even sadder though that most of the veteran artists have been saying either the exact same thing or something similar (to what Anthony talked about in the interview) for years, yet nothing has changed...in fact, things have gotten way worse in recent years and continue to decline with each year that passes. Case in point -- Anthony's comment about some artists treating it like a job and going to work every day not really wanting to learn but rather just waiting to be done so they can go home reminded me of something that veteran actor Samuel Kwok (whom I adore) said in an interview back in 2015: "...The system was too rigid and restrictive, not even giving artists time to rest – over time, people got tired of it and didn’t want to bother anymore. It got to the point where everyone would just go through the motions, even if they saw something wrong or a mistake being made, no one felt like saying anything – just let it go so we can finish and go home.” (translated quote excerpted from the following article: https://llsmusings.blogspot.com/2015/07/mingpao-weekly-interview-with-samuel.html)

  • 311. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • llwy12:
    @birdy2415 I don't think he's talking about all actors. If you watch the video, he does clarify that some of the actors who treat it "like a job" isn't necessarily because they are lazy and deliberately want to do a poor job -- the problem is that they don't know what they are supposed to be doing because no one ever taught them formally (the lack of acting / training classes like in the past) and also there is barely anyone to learn from because alot of the veterans are no longer with the station -- many of the senior artists have passed away while many others left for various reasons and some don't even bother with the HK market anymore, so the station is left with those who don't know what they are doing but have to do it anyway -- it's kind of like the blind leading the blind....

  • 312. Yammie Lam’s Memorial Service to Be Held on November 9
  • Blest62:
    Sometimes it's sad to note that it takes death to be aware of someone's needs, difficulties and challenges in life. Guess the late Yammie personified this life trait in every society. My heart really goes out to her. We talk so much about her life after her passing on. When she had to soldier each moment of her life when she was alive, did the people concerned took note of her predicament. Just wondering. I am happy to note that a memorial service has been planned for her.

  • 313. Donnie Yen Responds in Anger to “Iceman” Production Team’s Accusations
  • kmuk:
    Never supported Donnie primarily for his egotistic and unprofessional behaviour. Looking forward to the day when fans had enough of his little man’s self-importance. What a poor example to follow

  • 314. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • kmuk:
    Hope Ma Tian Yu finds happiness and after settling down his family in homes. Time for him to find a loyal snd devoted life partner who will cherish him and not for his fame and fortune. May his career blossom and enrich his life.

  • 315. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • fighter01:
    @llwy12 @potatochip @kidd They never explained what was the cause of her death?

  • 316. G.E.M. Performs at NASA Awards
  • Tungamy:
    Very proud of her achievements! Wishing her continuing success :)

  • 317. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jayne:
    @llwy12 JayneStars focuses primarily on news on Hong Kong artistes, with a smaller mix of popular Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese artistes as well. As you may have noticed, we don’t feature all the awards ceremonies, international film festivals, music awards ceremonies, etc. One may argue that these awards events should be included as they are significant…but it’s just not possible to cover all the major events and happenings in the industry due to limited resources and staff. As to the reason why we didn’t cover Golden Harvest co-founder Raymond Chow’s passing (which undeniably he is a major player in the industry), our website usually features familiar artistes that we see on television or film. There may sometimes be an exception made, such as in Louis Cha’s obituary because his novels were adapted into such memorable dramas and movies and offered career-defining roles for many artistes. Louis Cha/ Jin Yong is already a household name for many Chinese families. There may sometimes be a heavier emphasis on certain celebrities due to upcoming dramas, weddings, pregnancies, and major milestones. Aside from popular artistes being featured, we also try to give the spotlight to veteran artistes and newcomers as well. Sometimes the artiste may not be very well-known by audiences, but if there’s an inspiring story to tell or raise social responsibility, that’s a bonus. The news may sometimes be lighter (or fluff) because entertainment news should also give happiness and make us smile. Sometimes articles may come up that may be controversial, even if JayneStars did not intend to provoke or offend readers. We take into account user comments, but it’s impossible to cater to everyone’s preferences. User reactions are subjective and some readers may find offense while others do not, depending on personal bias, perspective, and interpretation. The discussions do become hostile and unpleasant, and accusations get thrown about, which is probably one of the most unpleasant aspects of maintaining this website. JayneStars has had a long journey since its early days, when it was just myself writing. Over the years, I’ve been lucky enough to have met passionate fans who contributed tirelessly in the comments section, voluntary contributors who submitted their drama reviews, and all the wonderful writers (who come from highly qualified backgrounds and have very busy careers and families to tend to) who write tirelessly for our website. I’m very fortunate to meet you all, who contributed in different ways to the JayneStars community and added to its diversity, and I greatly appreciate that. I look forward to more positive discussions about our common passion in Hong Kong/ Chinese entertainment with everyone.

  • 318. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • llwy12:
    @jayne Given the debates above over timing and what type of articles are posted, is it possible to explain again how you guys determine which articles to feature on this site so we are clear on how the process works? I had heard in the past that you guys translate whatever articles members on this site submit, which is why there are sometimes dozens of articles on particular artists (i.e.: all those articles on Grace Chan, which I’m assuming were all submitted by one of her fans), but none/very little on other artists and/or topics...that was a long time ago though so not sure if the process has changed. I ask out of curiosity mainly, as I’ve noticed (and I’m sure most other members have as well) a pretty big imbalance of articles on this site over the years — a recent example: the other big celebrity death this past week was Golden Harvest co-founder Raymond Chow — given his contributions to the industry and how important he as well as his company were in shaping HK entertainment history (I put him on the same level of importance as Run Run Shaw, to be honest), plus every media outlet in HK has reported on Raymond Chow’s death almost as much as Jin Yong’s — yet there isn’t a single mention of his death on this site (outside of the comments sections of course). And it’s not just this instance...I’ve noticed other times too when something big in the industry happens (that all the media outlets cover in one way or another), I don’t see anything on JS about it. I’m not complaining per se, it’s just that yours is one of the few sites out there nowadays that puts up HK entertainment news translated into English (which I’m sure plays an important role for those who want to know about the industry but can’t read Chinese) and if the goal of the site is to be more comprehensive, it doesn’t make sense to me that there would be such an imbalance. Again, just curious...you’re under no obligation to respond of course...

  • 319. Donnie Yen Responds in Anger to “Iceman” Production Team’s Accusations
  • DooK:
    @mike Yeah, Chow Yun-Fat and Aaron Kwok as two of the biggest HK stars that somewhat equals several other big stars in your logic, that has "commented" (in a joking manner) on his temper lol

  • 320. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Cutie777:
    @hetieshou wow. That’s sad. Thanks for your reply.

  • 321. Ankie Beilke Drops Chinese-Style Wedding Photos
  • sugarcane:
    @jimmyszeto Probably because she was never given a very prominent role. I do recall watching a few of her movies (outside of TVB) though, and she is, indeed, stunning. I find she bears a slight resemblance to Jessica Alba.

  • 322. Kenneth Ma Will Be Starring in “The Exorcist’s Meter 2”
  • sugarcane:
    Probably one of the select few TVB series I'm so far interested in for 2019, which is saying a lot, considering it wasn't exactly extraordinary or anything. haha I did thoroughly enjoy the first one though, so hopefully the second will live up to (or perhaps exceed?) its predecessor. Also hoping Mandy will reprise her role, since their relationship was left open-ended.

  • 323. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • Birdy2415:
    Well I agree with the attitude towards actors and the drop in quality, as well as the restrictions due "censorship" for nit-picky viewers who complain about every little thing. One slap is considered violence nowadays. However, I don't think it's fair to say that about the actors who have to work harsh hours and aren't treated well. I'm sure that there are passionate actors but they just don't get the chance. I think alot of newabies that are promoted right off the bat are being convinced that they're alright because directors keep using them regardless, and therefore don't improve. I think it's the entire industry that's pulling down both the production and the actors themselves.

  • 324. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • llwy12:
    @hetieshou To be honest, that’s the same vibe I got about her family too based on some things I’ve read / heard in the past, but then again, none of us know for sure (since Yammie obviously didn’t talk about her family much and the media is not necessarily reliable when it comes to these matters). Regardless of their relationship in the past though, at least her family is stepping forward now to take care of the funeral arrangements (which was the fans’ primary concern) and they’ve already confirmed that Yammie’s church will be working on the arrangements with them – since the fans’ concern has been addressed, hopefully the media will leave the family alone now. I saw the footage of reporters trying to chase down Yammie’s sister for comment and it was very obvious how uncomfortable she was -- poor woman…..they basically stalked her from the morgue all the way to the restaurant where she and her friends went to eat, then tried to chase her down at the MTR station afterwards too….makes me angry seeing the media harassing family members like that….just leave the woman alone for god’s sakes!

  • 325. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • HeTieShou:
    @llwy12 Yes I just heard the news on YouTube. I know maybe it is not fair to say that her family did not care but that was the vibe I got. Yammie always seemed all alone with no one and even on her final days, no one was around to the point where she died all by herself to the point of decomposition. If her family regularly visited her as they should in her state, they would have been there for her. It was her friends that visited her and even noticed that her state was not good as she withdrew from everything in her final days. However, no one was around that I wonder if her friend did not visit her and called the police then no one would have known that she has passed away. Yes we do not know the circumstances about her and her family but I have a feeling that it was not good. But still hope her family can at least be there for her for her final journey to a better world.

  • 326. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou I thought that Zhang Wu Ji’s character was is not as popular as other Male characters created by Jin Yong due to his uncertainty in love and quite a few incorrect handling of situations causing hurt amongst most of his admirers. I’m just basing on watching series because can’t read chinese. I’m sure it is more exciting and more depth reading the novel...

  • 327. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto I do not think that is true at all. I think it was not mentioned because none of the actors from that series adaption commented. I like Zhang Wu Ji’s character and the story and it is one of JY’s most popular stories for a reason.

  • 328. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • llwy12:
    @hetieshou @kidd I also feel it’s unfair to say that Yammie’s family doesn’t care or isn’t doing anything. The latest report (from yesterday) is that Yammie’s sister already went to the morgue to claim Yammie’s body (of course, she was chased down by reporters) and that the family has so far declined HKPAG’s support, as they are hoping the funeral will be low profile, which of course is their prerogative regardless of what the fans say/want. Since none of us know the true circumstances of Yammie’s relationship with her family, it sounds like the best thing her fans (and the media/general public) can do for her at this point is to leave her family alone and let them take care of things the way they feel is most appropriate.

  • 329. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • jimmyszeto:
    @m0m0 If I remember correctly Fala had trouble playing playing the character of ‘Holiday’ in parts in Triumph in the Skies II due to the huge difference between her character and her real life personality. Francis gave Fala some constructive criticism and advice. He was harsh but Fala realised her limitations so searched for a course to improve. The divorce would be enough to push her into hiding but not enough to study a seriously tough course for a few years...

  • 330. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • llwy12:
    @mike It’s not surprising that the HKPAG would not have done much for Yammie previously, since one of the two “big brothers of the industry” implicated in the rape was President of the organization for many years —including the year that Yammie’s video interview first came out, which was in 2013 — and of course he is not going to incriminate himself (and others in the industry are not going to condemn him either unless there’s proof or unless it escalates into a Harvey Weinstein situation where dozens of women come forward...for the record, I’m not condoning his behavior at all, I’m merely stating the facts of how the industry works). Actually, in the 25 years since HKPAG was established, the position of President has pretty much rotated between the same handful of veterans in the industry (all of whom were “founders” of the group initially) – this year was the first time that an artist from the “newer generation” (meaning those who started their careers after the HKPAG was established and who wasn’t part of the original founding group of the organization) was elected to the position. So with the changing of the guard, maybe things will be different now. Louis’s term just started in January 2018 and goes until December 2019 (after which the guild will either elect a new President or re-elect Louis for another term), so let’s see what happens between now and then. It’s of course too late for Yammie unfortunately but maybe not for future artists….

  • 331. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • m0m0:
    @jimmyszeto why you say she was influenced by francis ng? did he do that too or just his perspective? i thought it had to do with her divorce at the time and realizing her career would at best be a tv queen had she stayed.

  • 332. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • sugarcane:
    @coralie We're in agreement, here. While the absence of this headline/article would have been preferred, I see Jaynestars as a broad, objective platform for E related news, both good & bad. For that reason, it makes little sense why the site should be restricted to certain articles at the exclusion of others. After all, they are trying to cater to a wider audience. As for the article, itself, "Nothing is either good or bad, but thinking makes it so". There's nothing inherently offensive about the title, though it can be interpreted that way, depending on the reader's bias. Personally, I find that the information is delivered in a rather neutral manner, and doesn't come across slanderous. Yes, the timing is offensive, but let's be honest... JS is essentially a gossip site, at the end of the day. So given its nature, as well as how unreliable and sensationalized gossip articles can be, I doubt this report carries much weight, if any.

  • 333. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • Anon:
    @llwy12 Thank you! I am going to try to read that with my limited Chinese. Be great if there's a better-translated article out there.

  • 334. Moka Fang Spotted with Daughter
  • coralie:
    Errr I definitely don't think Moka Fang is big deal enough to make an article about 'sighting' her haha.

  • 335. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • coralie:
    yeah it's somewhat disrespectful, but it's only related to the timing of the article. if this was published months from now, i probably wouldn't bat an eye. it's just too soon. but i don't blame jaynestars. i don't come here for ethics or morals or any sort of self-righteous principles. i come here for the news! and the comments between the community members which i find insightful sometimes. this news piece might be published at a wrong time, but if jaynestar has to censor themselves from translating what other news site publish, then that'd be silly. in any case, all of you who clicked & read this article, did it because the headline grabbed you and made you curious, even if in distaste. that's the job of jaynestars - not to police their own publishings, but to deliver news that they read that might entice their readers. insofar, they did that job properly. if you don't like it, definitely remark and make your feelings heard, but don't kill the messenger.

  • 336. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • llwy12:
    By the way, those who are able to read Chinese, I suggest reading the original article in Chinese (and watch the interview clip as well), as you get the full brunt of the interview that way. Anthony doesn’t mince words and the way he says stuff, there’s just no way to translate it properly. Also, there is stuff in the original article / interview that’s missing from this particular translation…. https://www.hk01.com/即時娛樂/254905/專訪-黃秋生長遠轉戰歐美影視圈-大家都知我得一條路行

  • 337. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • m0m0:
    @kidd this has been pretty big news. if anyone cared to pick up a newspaper or heard chinese radio, they would have known for sure. i agree, there could be other reasons but i think not in hk or not having the contact info are not it.

  • 338. Jackson Lai Admits to Many Retakes in “OMG, Your Honour”
  • funnlim:
    He even sounds like Louis Ko!! So far decent performance. I have hope in TVB with so many decent young ish leading actors. Poor Oscar Lai, relegated once again to the guy next to that guy next to that leading guy.

  • 339. Joey Law: “It’s Time to Work Harder”
  • funnlim:
    Know zero about him but I like him. Serious face, quite decent performance. I wish a remake of Jin Yong wuxia story and he can be one of those leading man OR leading hypocritcal villain.

  • 340. “Life on the Line” On Its Way to Be TVB’s No. 1 Drama of the Year
  • funnlim:
    I am getting very annoyed with the series' PC stuff. That scene where Moon said "You are a murderer" was seriously such a funny scene. I wonder can any woman stand another woman giving birth to her husband's child and having her husband run to the child each time? And not even 1 complaint is tolerated is too much for me.

  • 341. Jackson Lai Admits to Many Retakes in “OMG, Your Honour”
  • Snoopy:
    I think this guy got potential..

  • 342. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • llwy12:
    @anon I agree! And I thought Anthony’s previous comment about TVB’s series being “kindergarten productions” was one of the best “cut the BS” comments I’ve ever heard – this entire interview definitely tops that, lol! Thank you Anthony for once again “telling it like it is”….love it!

  • 343. Donnie Yen Responds in Anger to “Iceman” Production Team’s Accusations
  • Anon:
    Having a temper and being difficult to work with is one thing, but as a production studio, posting a rant on social media, calling out on another actor is another. This shouldn't have happened in the first place. It should've been dealt in a different matter. If the studio was that displeased, and accused Donnie of such allegations, they should've taken legal action - not ranting online in hopes of marketing the film. I feel that the studio had little legal grounds to pursue hence the social media post. I feel many of Donnie's points are valid and he should take legal action. It screams a lack of professionalism when a movie studio rants online about another actor, something that you never see in the west.

  • 344. Joey Law: “It’s Time to Work Harder”
  • Mike:
    Less chasing hot girls and focus on work will help.

  • 345. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @littlefish I thought it was a multi account user was retaliating after a few bans because of the overreaction he had against Jaynestars over one article instead of being grateful for the thousands of articles we have had over the years. I found it unusual that a regular member would be ticked off in such a way over one article. Maybe I got paranoid because of the recent Bubbletea multi accounts. I got into conclusions after the user threatened to leave in such a hostile way and will apologize it turns out to be incorrect.

  • 346. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • LittleFish:
    @peanutbutterjelly :/ don’t leave, your opinions have always been well balanced. Will greatly miss you. Also I don’t feel you are a multi accounter. @jimmyszeto what’s up with you lately? You used to be pretty level headed, but lately, it seems like you want to attack everyone and anyone. I used to quite enjoy your comments, but lately, not so much. You also used to not accuse people of this and that, yet now you are accused other of what you hate most! It’s almost like your account has been hacked by certain someone >_> though the writing isn’t the same mannerism

  • 347. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • sherla1019:
    I use to remember watching The Man of Greed with her in it her acting was good and she's pretty heard about her story its pretty sad and it shows how corrupted entertainments business back in the old days nobody will listen they dont care if you were sexual harrass who cares just keep quiet but nowadays if you look or touch a lady in a wrong way your title in the industry will go downhill so fast!!! I hope they will locate her family soon as least she'll get some closure with her family by her side until the end!!! may you RIP

  • 348. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • jimmyszeto:
    @m0m0 Yes. Fala is one certainly an exception to the ones mentioned in Anthony Wong's interview. She realised her flaws and sacrificed to improve them and even venture into other forms of production. Other actresses in Fala's shoes with her popularity would have milked as much money as possible in the years Fala went to study. I think this Fala decision has be at least slightly influenced after working with Francis Ng...

  • 349. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • m0m0:
    she should be so proud of her achievements. it just seem to me she gave sacrifices to her accomplishments. it's a great thing for someone to be able to venture out of their comfort zone or what they normally do and do something else. directing is a good move and so is script writing for her to keep improving herself.

  • 350. Kenneth Ma Will Be Starring in “The Exorcist’s Meter 2”
  • sherla1019:
    hoping 2019 tvb series would be better!! I seriously have stopped chasing alot of series that came out this year cause the lack of story line and the artist in it

  • 351. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • BearBear:
    I truly hope his brother has a happy life.

  • 352. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Italin:
    What a load of crap article. This women life is tragic enough and this site is milking clicks from her death. Business is one thing but there is also so called business ethics. Certain line meant not to be crossed. So dissappointed. I have been following this sites for as long as I could remember but now bye bye.

  • 353. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Evelynn8126:
    I don’t respect the title that she link with 11 men’s but is better then Facebook Tvb posted all her ugly photo. I’m really sad for her and hope that she can have a better place and Rest In Peace

  • 354. Jackson Lai Admits to Many Retakes in “OMG, Your Honour”
  • jimmyszeto:
    Wasn't Moses the outtakes king but he still won the award 'Where the Legend Begins'? The good thing is, viewers cannot see what happens behind the scenes when voting...

  • 355. Joey Law: “It’s Time to Work Harder”
  • jimmyszeto:
    It was a big surprise for Joey to be given this opportunity. The Five Tigers only got their opportunity when many lead actors left the station. Shows that timing is key and with TVB struggling, this may be a blessing in disguise for Joey...

  • 356. Gillian Chung Talks About Her “Supernatural” Experience
  • jimmyszeto:
    @lyu310 Yeh. Probably more acceptable coming from a girl in early 20s but for a woman who is reaching 40, expect more maturity. It seems a small thing but bit by bit, it adds up and becomes high maintenance. Acting too girly when a mature age is a turnoff just like a older women wearing bright teenage clothes. I understand if there is a lack of education but we now have the internet. How hard will it be to make a quick search online? There are plenty of women members on this site so I understand if they believe the 'seek husband at all time for comfort' philosophy because they are only thinking from their own advantageous viewpoint. My opinion is from the male perspective....

  • 357. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • jimmyszeto:
    @mike Either the figures in the industry didn't believe Yammie's accusations due to her mental state or it was a known secret in the entertainment industry who the culprits were but too afraid to speak out. Just seems strange that there was so much silence over the subject....

  • 358. Fala Chen’s Self Directed Short Film Wins Award
  • jimmyszeto:
    Good luck to Fala but looking for an investor is easier said than done if it is a big production...

  • 359. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • jimmyszeto:
    With so many lies and beating around bush answers by so many 'fake' artists, it's so refreshing when Anthony Wong comes out with an interview. Always very direct and tells it as it is...

  • 360. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • jimmyszeto:
    Nowadays, new actors treat it as a shift and rather than put in the hard work to get to the next level. It happens when the market is inflated and money is easy to come by from attending shows.

  • 361. Ankie Beilke Drops Chinese-Style Wedding Photos
  • jimmyszeto:
    Probably ranked high in the sexiest TVB actresses ever but under the radar....

  • 362. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • Mike:
    @megamiaow Feel they should do something when she came out to tell that she got raped by the big brothers of the industries years ago. More could have been done not just for Yammie but for all the future young artists so they don't get this happening to them too. Hope they are going to take this more seriously after her funeral arrangement is settled. Is the guild the same one that ganged together and marched in protest when someone peep photo one of the twins?

  • 363. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • Blest62:
    Really sad to note that even I. Hee final moment on earth,there seems to be some challenging ges coming along as in not being able to contact her next of kin. So very sad. Glad that the entertainment circuit still has some great people who know what needs to be done at this critical time of funeral arrangements and expenses. Rest in peace, Yammie. Hope that you have embrace God's greatest and free gift of salvation.

  • 364. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Mike:
    @9337se Too soon Jaynestars...too soon

  • 365. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • dugdugdug:
    @msxie0714 He did indirectly by saying there are a lot of things actors are no longer allowed to do. I suspect he's indicating the lack of freedom of speech.

  • 366. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • NiangNiang:
    Another tragic part of his life was his mother died in her sleep while she was sleeping beside him....I can't imagine a young child had to experienced that kind of heart breaking..... I love Ma TianYu since I first saw him in a drama with Wallace Huo and Liu ShiShi....He is a very nice person too based upon some of his reality show that I watched....

  • 367. Donnie Yen Responds in Anger to “Iceman” Production Team’s Accusations
  • Mike:
    No surprise here, Donnie is well known for being difficult. Even HK's biggest stars have commented about him and his temper on set.

  • 368. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • jianghu:
    @llwy12 In Zhejiang Haining there is a Jin Yong museum founded on the ground of Mr Cha forner house. Also a small island in Zhejiang i named Peach Blossom Island. In Huashan there is a peak with a small monument mentioned Jin Yong's depiction of Huashan Tournament from the book of Eagle Shooting Hero

  • 369. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • michelle2805:
    wow I totally agree with him!!!

  • 370. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • michelle2805:
    really like his acting in secret of the three kingdoms! he looks really cute too. glad he is successful now! wish him look! looking forward to his future work!

  • 371. Dilireba’s Barefaced Photo Leaked
  • Tungamy:
    @xiaomin she looked very pretty in that movie =D

  • 372. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • Anon:
    Wow Anthony! This is the my favorite Anthony Wong article of all time - just straight facts without BS. He couldn't had said it any better.

  • 373. Darren Wang and Jelly Lin’s “Fall in Love at First Kiss” Releases First Teaser
  • msxie0714:
    When will Jelly co-star with Jam Hsiao?

  • 374. “Life on the Line” On Its Way to Be TVB’s No. 1 Drama of the Year
  • flocky1:
    @funnlim Im actually enjoying OMG, Your Honour, I like watching Louisa and Hugo ^

  • 375. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • msxie0714:
    True words! And he didn't blame China for HK entertainment industry's decline.

  • 376. Yoyo Mung, Kenneth Ma Lost Weight for “Flying Tiger 2”
  • flocky1:
    I miss YoYo!! I loved watching her.

  • 377. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • flocky1:
    Dang he hit the nail on the head with this

  • 378. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • llwy12:
    @peanutbutterjelly I agree with you to some extent. While I also feel this article was in poor taste, choosing to leave because of it is a bit extreme (though with that said, it is your decision at the end of the day so we need to respect that). For me, while I understand Jaynestars’ reason for publishing this particular article and I don’t necessarily blame them for doing so, I will admit that I am disappointed. I guess since I’ve always considered JS as similar to a fan site rather than an official mainstream news site like Mingpao, Oriental Daily, HK01, etc, they are under no obligation to “report” every single aspect of the news that is currently out there (unlike official media sites that have that type of obligation to the public it services). In other words, they have a choice amongst the dozens upon dozens of articles published everyday by the various news outlets, which ones they want to feature and through their choices, it tells us a lot about what they hold important in managing their site. There have been times where I’ve actually questioned (more rhetorically than anything else) the choice of articles that the site chooses to feature (or not to feature) and while at times, I still get frustrated with it all, I try to bring it back to this being a fan site and it makes it easier to accept (at least for me). Like you and others, I’ve also had my fair share of run-ins with other members, which is one of the reasons why I don’t post comments as much as I used to and when I do, it’s only on very specific articles. It can definitely feel discouraging, but I’ve decided that life is too short to let myself get too worked up over this stuff anymore. Of course, I’m not advocating that we all agree with each other all the time because that’s not how real life works, but at minimum, we should be treating each other with civility, even if we disagree — and yes, I’ve disagreed with you often but I appreciate the fact that you’re always able to bring solid arguments to the table and well-stated points to back up those arguments. The tell-tale sign of a good debate in my opinion is being able to “agree to disagree” in the end. For this, I thank you! Whether you decide to stay or leave, your decision deserves to be respected. Best of luck to you!

  • 379. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • windy:
    @ashtenmorgan Isabella had very though life since her childhood. Who wants to be poor or life in hardship? Once an opportunity presented itself, of course she's going to take it. And now she's set for life. Good for her and her family. You have a choice, you can take it or leave it. The choice she took will cause tongues to wag, that's unavoidable. I have distant uncle in late 60s who live together with a young pretty girl in beginning of 20. She is even younger than his three children. He bought her big house and car, they have maid at home, he also give her monthly shopping allowance outside of house allowance. Since my uncle is retired, he took her holidaying abroad monthly. They just returned from South Korea and will be going to Hongkong this November. The girl came from poor family and endured many hardship too. That won't change the fact that she's labeled gold digger and other names.

  • 380. 30-year-old Classic “Looking Back in Anger” Reruns Start November
  • mindee:
    RIP Yammie Lam :'(

  • 381. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • KoKoMo:
    @peanutbutterjelly - I can understand where you are coming from as we do always want to give respect to the deceased. However, I don’t see this article as a disrespect or out of line to Yammie’s death. As Jayne as mentioned at the top, it is just a informative report that is just shedding light on her past relationships. And there were no negative meaning to it; although I do believe that the title of the article could change to be less negative.

  • 382. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • MangoTango:
    LOL. Quote: "In TVB first you get to hear about your mother, your father, then ancestors." In short, there is no respect for actors. I remember another actor spoke about unreasonable treatment before although no names were mentioned. Anthony did not mince his words. Indeed, Korean dramas IMO are now a class above. I prefer non romance Korean dramas any time. And too much control kills creativity which is vital in the entertainment industry.

  • 383. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • DanDan:
    May Yammie rest in peace. She had both beauty and talent, and she deserved a much better life than what she got. I hope that near the end, she wasn't in too much pain.

  • 384. Anthony Wong Talks Fallen HK Entertainment Industry: Glory No More
  • DanDan:
    Anthony is spot on as to why the HK entertainment industry is fading away. It's culmination of a variety of factors, not just one thing, and it's been pretty sad to have to see. :(

  • 385. Wu Jinyan Falls Dangerously Thin
  • windy:
    @snoopy She is 165 cm so she isn't petite (way above average height for Chinese girl even). She is tall and thin type. Too thin in the right pic. Result of diet and heavy workload probably. Majority of East Asian actresses/idols whose height range 160-170 weight 40 kg something which is below healthy

  • 386. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • kidd:
    @hetieshou It's not fair to say her family didn't care. Didn't this article said although Yammie’s relationship with her family has grown distant after adulthood, her siblings would still come to her aid and offer their concern whenever she faced financial difficulties? I've also read other articles where it said after she got depression, she won't let her siblings get close except for one sister. We don't know why the Guild was unable to contact her family. Maybe her family is not in HK. Maybe they don't have Yammie's family's contact information.

  • 387. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • HeTieShou:
    @cutie777 I know one of them did because he gambled and owed to much debt so committed suicide to escape. This happened while she was filming Heir to the throne is.. but I heard Yammie was very professional and did not allow it to affect the filming process.

  • 388. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Cutie777:
    Does anyone know why one of her ex boyfriend killed himself?

  • 389. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • HeTieShou:
    @kidd I know but I feel if they still have fate, there will be a day that they will reunite again. I hope their fate is not over.

  • 390. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • kidd:
    @hetieshou Yeah, I hope he is able to reunite with his little brother however slim the chances are.

  • 391. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • Akagezaru:
    @addy Toby Leung chinese name is 梁靖琪 not 梁詠琪.

  • 392. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • HeTieShou:
    @davy Yes and that is what I admire about him. He does not milk his sad story but got famous due to his efforts and hard work.

  • 393. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • HeTieShou:
    This is not new news as he talked about all this on a show awhile ago. He was crying while talking about all this. During that time, his father called in but he did not say much and made him even sadder. Even though his father was not the best father it was still his father. It is new news to me that his father passed away. His life is so tragic but yet he chose to stay strong and worked hard to get to where he is today. He is a good uncle to his niece and nephew too. He is truly an inspiration to everyone as he achieved success through his own efforts and never gave up. Everyone is so proud of him and I hope he experiences nothing but happiness from now on. In spite of all his success, he is still so humble and down to earth. I hope there will be a day that he can reunite with his little brother even though I know it may be close to impossible.

  • 394. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • HeTieShou:
    @peanutbutterjelly I actually can see what you mean and can understand how you feel. I feel that was too but yet I do not want to take it to heart too much. I used to want to quit this site too as some were insulting me and calling me a hypocrite and other bad names. I was disheartened but overtime, I learned not to care so did not let it bother me. Therefore, I think if you think of this at a different angle then maybe it is not so bad? However, whatever your decision is, good luck to you and maybe one day you can come back.

  • 395. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • HeTieShou:
    I am glad that at least other artists are helping her out. I did not know Yammie had that many siblings but yet none of them seemed to care about her at all. She died all alone without anyone knowing to the point that she was decomposing. That is beyond sad. I remember my late father telling me that we must be self sufficient and take care of ourselves as only our parents would care for us most and even siblings(especially after they marry and have their own family)can only do so much since they have their own life. I have a feeling her family may not even do anything and the artists and her friends may be the only ones to help and arrange her funeral. Her life was so tragic but yet she had a family that did not seem to care for her at all. So tragic that her life was sad from beginning til end.

  • 396. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • janet72:
    although nobody owes anyone a living, HK artistes are very close...or only a certain group of artistes? I remember reading about Yammie several times and was feeling happy she attended church. Sad to read she passed away alone and was decomposing at home.

  • 397. Gillian Chung Talks About Her “Supernatural” Experience
  • lyu310:
    @nomad822 I don't rly care about this article, but someone's dog dying and posting about it is not drama queen related. Dogs are family. Done. And I've had many episodes of sleep paralysis throughout my college years b/c I was sleep deprived. I do think as a woman in her late 30s, Gillian should be a little more composed but hey, everyone has a right to his/her opinion. From what I've seen in that new parent reality show, she's pretty moody/easily irritated and he's always trying to make her smile, so how long can he keep doing that? And I don't have the greatest vibes from him as he doesn't seem genuine but hey, who knows. I do wish her well as the media hasn't been kind to her. But she also needs to act her age.

  • 398. Ankie Beilke Drops Chinese-Style Wedding Photos
  • PotatoChip:
    Congrats to them! We are having a wedding boom. So good to see so many couples in love. The style of these pictures are too edgy and not to my personal taste, but the couple does look beautiful. Wish them the best!

  • 399. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • PotatoChip:
    @peanutbutterjelly I understand your decision and share your disappointment with this article. I tried to register for Asianfanatics several months ago but they are having technical issues. Unfortunately, it looks like that forum isn't very active anymore. It feels like this website is also losing members rapidly. This is probably a reflection of the decline in HK dramas but also because of articles and discussions like this one. I hope in the future you will come back. I understand if you no longer comment. Good luck with everything!

  • 400. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • MangoTango:
    @peachyogurt If that is the reason for not contactable, then they never will. Her colleagues are taking care of her funeral only not offering monies into the bank account?

  • 401. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • MangoTango:
    @megamiaow Not fair to blame everyone in the entertainment for her demise. No one owes anyone a living.

  • 402. Kenneth Ma Will Be Starring in “The Exorcist’s Meter 2”
  • Hannah:
    love the 1st one hopefully 2nd wont be disappointed.

  • 403. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • Hannah:
    he is cute and can act! glad he is a now famous and can support his family.

  • 404. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • davy:
    I'm glad he doesn't use his story to sell hype, I only know this story after he's already very famous. This is what I would call admirable and hard working. Wish him all the best and more success.

  • 405. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • PeachYogurt:
    *hugs* to Ma Tianyu

  • 406. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @potatochip Thank you I feel the same way about the diversity of thoughts too. However, when choosing to publish content like this article and not revoking it has made this site off-putting to me. I used to be a silent reader on Asianfanatics before finding this site so I'll probably go back there. Hope I made everything clear and people can see where I'm coming from. I'm actually glad to see your comment because you're one of the persons whom's input I will miss the most on this platform. You always approach things from a very sensible and empathic perspective. I know I already come off as noncommital by still responding but it feels right to respond to you as my final post here and end things on a somewhat positive note at least. Goodbye and thank you.

  • 407. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • Megamiaow:
    The entertainment circle has had a hand in her demise but at least they are able to help out at the very end. I didnt know louis was the chair of HKPAG. Is that the same one Anthony Wong was rejected from with great furore a few years ago?.

  • 408. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • PeachYogurt:
    "However since her death, the police has been unable to contact her family members." I guess we will hear from Yammie Lam's family members soon, now that HKPAG is offering financial assistance with her funeral.

  • 409. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • Dramafan:
    He has experienced a very sad childhood. However, i am glad to hear that he has not forgotten his roots, since finding fame and now financially supports and cares for his family.

  • 410. Kenneth Ma Will Be Starring in “The Exorcist’s Meter 2”
  • Birdy2415:
    Tbh I think a prequel is more suited. A prequel with the deity in a different era for example, since it's lost it's 500 years of power in the "present" time.

  • 411. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • PotatoChip:
    @peanutbutterjelly Please, don’t leave. I like reading your opinions. I like the diversity of thoughts on this site even if I don’t agree with all of them and some may be infuriating. But I find your thoughts to be well written and in line with many of my values I don’t agree with this article and think it is also extremely poor taste but I am forgive Jaynestars because they are just translating existing news instead of writing the articles themselves. Unfortunately, society is so cruel and this article is a reflection on its judgmental and superficial nature.

  • 412. Ma Tianyu’s Dark Childhood Revealed
  • MangoTango:
    I like him. I wish him all the best.

  • 413. Artistes Guild, Led by Louis Koo, to Help with Yammie Lam’s Funeral Arrangements
  • MangoTango:
    That is final act of kindness to a former colleague. A peaceful decent farewell.

  • 414. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • winnie:
    How could you say the headline "Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men" was not disrespectful!?! For crying outloud, her death became public less than 2 days ago, no funeral arrangement was made, and you wanted to pay tribute by "'shedding the light" about the 'rumored men' in her life?!?! Let her rest ...

  • 415. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • llwy12:
    @hetieshou Very well said and completely agree! Yammie and Chingmy were both part of the “nine dragon girls” (the name given to 9 of the most popular female actresses from TV and movies during the late 80s/early 90s who also had the most potential to make it big in the industry — the moniker was termed by the late James Wong)...a few of the actresses in the group were really close so I’m assuming that’s when the friendship between the 2 of them started. It’s sad though — looking back at the 9 dragon girls, 2 are now dead and the rest have either fully or partially retired from the industry or from acting.

  • 416. Kenneth Ma Will Be Starring in “The Exorcist’s Meter 2”
  • lewismcchan:
    If they release Flying Tiger 2 next year, he will be on four drama. It is definitely time for him to win the best actor award in 2019.

  • 417. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @peanutbutterjelly It's not about me being happy or not. You and yourself only who decided to stop using the site. There are a diversified variety of articles you can read. It won't bother me in the slightest if you overturned your decision.

  • 418. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @jimmyszeto I will say this once and for all: I have never been banned before and have only ever had this one account. It's infuriating that you accuse me of something like this, especially when you know the feeling of being accused of the exact same thing. Jaynestars can ban whoever they want (even though I did nothing wrong) because it's their site. But to suggest that they are above criticism or that my reply is an 'overreaction' is ridiculous. I have carefully read their explanation and it's a weak one. Matter of fact still stands: Even in death, they still choose to capitalize on the gossip at the expense of the person who died. They even admitted that most are ‘rumors’ in this article so what is even the point other than encouraging salacious gossip of a person who just died? What does this contribute to her legacy as an actress? I kept hopefully checking that this article will be deleted after Jaynestars realized how disrespectful this is. However, at this point it doesn't matter anymore. After this whole ordeal is over (and you or other people stop replying to me) I will stop reading and commenting on any further articles on this site (hope you're happy). Not under this account. Not under any account. So stop accusing me and properly apologize.

  • 419. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @peanutbutterjelly You haven't walked away yet and is still reading so you are still supporting and 'you can't bring yourself to do this' is a load of nonsense. Yes. I said you have possibly been banned numerous times just based upon that you are making such a overreaction by criticizing Jaynestars then refusing to listen to her explanation and suggesting you leaving in a high profile post. Why not just quietly move on and not visit this site again? Anyway, I will definitely apologise if you aren't a multi account abuser. I have been accused many times before and it is frustrating if it isn't true....

  • 420. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @kidd 'If the celeb who died is a man and some article with the title ‘XXX Was Link With 11 Women’ would so many people said the article is disrespectful?' Yes.

  • 421. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @jimmyszeto Okay you made me go back on my word that that would be my last post so I guess congratulations. I have nothing to hide and I have no other account other than this one. Ask Jaynestars themselves to check my IP or whatever else you need to check. I am all for disagreements and criticisms. Don't like what I have to say? No problem. Call me out on whatever you like but if you accuse me and defame my character like that I won't stand for it. Go on, tell me who else you think I am but I can 100% assure you that you will be wrong. I posted some unpopular opinions before under this, my one and only, account and have never been afraid to express my real thoughts. I sure don't need multiple accounts to do that. Go on @Jayne, expose me. I thought you were reasonable enough before Jimmy, sure we disagreed on certain topics but at least I didn't think you were this childish or petty, especially for a father. I'm an adult who has responsibilities and a life and I have no time for these kinds childish games or pettiness. I'm deeply disappointed in your remarks.

  • 422. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • 9337SE:
    @jimmyszeto *clap clap clap* Precisely, I choose what I read!

  • 423. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Apple:
    It’s not so simple . Suspect foul play . Think harder . Why is there a law suit case and then she is found dead with television on and wooden door unlock ????

  • 424. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @9337se Maybe you shouldn't even read newspapers or news websites if you feel so affected....

  • 425. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @peanutbutterjelly Is this the best way of retaliating against Jaynestars after possibly being banned numerous times under different usernames. Don't worry! you won't be be gone. You will just go ahead and open up another account..

  • 426. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • kidd:
    I don't think this article is out of line. As Jayne said, it provide a more 360-degree coverage of Yammie's life. Does this article said anything disrespectful of Yammie? No. After I read the article, I don't think any less of Yammie. Maybe the title 'Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men' push some people's hot button and trigger some moral judgement in them. If the title of the article is 'Yammie's Sad Road in Relationship', people would not react so negatively. I seldom bring up gender issue. But, this time I really want to question. If the celeb who died is a man and some article with the title 'XXX Was Link With 11 Women' would so many people said the article is disrespectful? The problem is not the article, but, the meaning a reader put behind the article.

  • 427. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    This will be my last post on here and I will not come back on Jaynestars. Because if I do I'd be supporting this and I can't bring myself to do this anymore. Goodbye to everyone who happens to read this, I hope you reconsider doing the same if you feel the same way I do.

  • 428. Dilireba’s Barefaced Photo Leaked
  • xiaomin:
    @funnlim This photo WAS PHOTOSHOPED by antifan.This photo was taken when she filmed the movie "21 Carat" (2016). Watch this video and you can see what she really looks like. https://youtu.be/4yzfKJU-IIA

  • 429. Dilireba’s Barefaced Photo Leaked
  • xiaomin:
    @shishi This photo WAS PHOTOSHOPED by antifan.This photo was taken when she filmed the movie "21 Carat" (2016). Watch this video and you can see what she really looks like. https://youtu.be/4yzfKJU-IIA

  • 430. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @jayne Intent doesn't matter because action speaks louder than words. And the action now is that you posted an article titled 'Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men' about a recently deceased actress. Even in death, you choose to capitalize on the gossip at the expense of the person who died. You even admit that most are 'rumors' so what is even the point other than encouraging salacious gossip of a person who just died? There is no respect in this. None. Hate to say it but I think even trash like TMZ has more dignity than that. But I guess in the end you got what you wanted.. Clicks, traffic on your site and engagement in the comment section. Profit before empathy. I'm sorry Yammie, you've suffered enough. May you rest in peace.

  • 431. The Rumors are Back: Zanilia Zhao Looks Pregnant in Winter Coat
  • LittleFish:
    @hetieshou there are other celebrities who were pregnant and don’t say anything and don’t lie to your face, like ruby Lin. I think the reporters were drilling her and she was either being smart or evade the questions. ZLY could do the same, instead she actually actively lying. You can keep your mouth shut before your 3mo period is over, but actively lying is just terrible. She even did that ridiculous photos, which I dislike as I felt she treated people like idiots (again, whoever believe that a “hardly of a split” photo prove non pregnancy is indeed an idiot, but still!). In term of dealing with the media, she’s terrible at it.

  • 432. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • 9337SE:
    I personally think that writing and/or publishing an article like this after someone has passed is in bad taste. Other than the men that she had admitted to dating, all of the others are unfounded rumours and gossips (some of which she had disputed and some of which the men have disputed). Yammie can no longer defend herself, so please just let her rest in peace. There have been a few other obituaries posted regarding other artists, producers, authors, etc... Yet they are not followed up by such tasteless articles (whether written or published). Is it because Yammie deserves less respect? Just because it's written does not mean that it needs to be publish on this or other media. Sure, you can say JayneStars just want to attract readers and new members, but think about the kind of readers and members you are trying to attract...

  • 433. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    @jimmyszeto I disagree. Depending on your own personal values and morals, it can and should be seen as 'out of line'. You're talking from a business perspective and I guess that's smart. Just like how it is smart to pay children one dollar an hour to make shirts in third world countries. Smart yes but morallly reprehensible. I'm sure Jaynestars knows what they're doing and that's exactly the reason people are calling them out.

  • 434. Pace Wu’s Boyfriend is Having an Affair with Jelly Lin?
  • m0m0:
    it is really silly for any woman to think that having kids would get the man to give her what she thinks she deserves. i bet if she had 3 daughters, she would still keep trying thinking that he would marry her once she was able to bare him a heir. what a sad way of thinking.

  • 435. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • m0m0:
    @dramafan when living = suffering, dying is a way out. it's good to die sometimes.

  • 436. The Rumors are Back: Zanilia Zhao Looks Pregnant in Winter Coat
  • NiangNiang:
    @hetieshou Yeah!! Finally her mask is off, it is obvious she is no better than any artist out there even though she had been pretending otherwise for so long.... Oh well, there are many new artists in China right now that much better than her. She will eventually expires sooner than expected since she has no ability/brain to "plays" well in Chinese Entertainment Industry.....

  • 437. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jayne:
    This article was not meant to be disrespectful towards Yammie, only to shed light on the men she was once linked with. The tone of the article did not have any judgement towards her love life, only mentioning names she was linked with, and did not necessarily date. I think it provides a more complete picture for some fans who may have known Yammie primarily through her works, but not too much about her personal life. For myself, I only knew about her boyfriend that had committed suicide. I thought she had dated Lawrence Ng at one point, but it turns out to not be true. Through this article, it is also an opportunity for readers to distinguish the rumors from the real relationships. It appears that the only real boyfriends she had were the screenwriter, Peter Cheng, and the Caucasian man she brought to Anita's concert. The others are just rumors, which we don't know happened or not. The news of Yammie's passing was reported with respect. We covered the friends who were in her inner circle, and will be featuring celebrities' reactions towards her passing, as well as her funeral arrangements. It is just a more 360-degree coverage to feature her love life as well.

  • 438. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Alicesky:
    @hetieshou urw :) that made who u are today. U remind me one of the famous tvb's quotes, out of difficulties, makes miracle. God bless you dear ;) When i first read this sad news, i was so shocked and speechless but i believe that God always has perfect timing so this might be good time for Yammie to have a better life in another world.

  • 439. The Rumors are Back: Zanilia Zhao Looks Pregnant in Winter Coat
  • HeTieShou:
    @niangniang I know what you mean and I did not watch that particular broadcast but heard about it. She is and has been lying through her teeth just like most artists do. Artists are just like politicians, are liars whose teeth will fall out one day. Maybe she is still in the 3 month mythical period and thinks it will hurt her baby if she announces her pregnancy early, who knows? I agree that if she wants to hide it that much, then she should just stay indoors and not be seen in public. But sadly for artists, that is not possible as they would get bored to death.

  • 440. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • hohliu:
    I Love Chingmy Yau, I am glad she was one of Yammie's trusted friend.

  • 441. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • hohliu:
    I was so surprised when I read the headlines. It is just unacceptable tp punish this when she just passed on. Goodness Jayestars who is your Editor?

  • 442. The Rumors are Back: Zanilia Zhao Looks Pregnant in Winter Coat
  • NiangNiang:
    @hetieshou Did you watch news in China TV where her staff publicly reply that there was no such thing when reporter asked about the possibility of her being a preggo??? Maybe Zhao Li Ying should be inform that denial is not a river in Egypt....If she want to hide it from public she should just keep quiet and pretended to be dead like her usual habit when there was a bad rumour about her. She tainted her own image NOT because of the shotgun marriage but because of the denial either from her Weibo or her staff every single time the rumour surface.... I pity her Fireflies who keep hanging onto her very word because she said herself in JinXing Show to believe ONLY to the words that came from her mouth....

  • 443. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • Dramafan:
    @hetieshou yes my thoughts exactly. I have some knowledge of mental illness as well as loss and grief. So i understood the meaning and thought behind Meg's words. Let's hope Yammie has finally been able to free herself from years of pain and is now resting in peace.

  • 444. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou I'm sure there will be plenty of articles covering her life. Already we have had articles on speculated lovers and her good friends. People will be searching her up online right now so any related article is advantageous on a business standpoint. That's the reality. We cherish the ones who are gone and the memories of the ones that are gone are usually good times...

  • 445. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto I agree with you to some extent but I think they should have posted one talking about her life and career instead of her tragic love life. Basically something more positive instead of negative especially in her case as she suffered a lot in her life. A more positive article would have been more appropriate but I would not say this article is way out of line too. I find it sad that people could not cherish people when they are alive but instead take interest in them after they are gone. Very sad indeed...

  • 446. The Rumors are Back: Zanilia Zhao Looks Pregnant in Winter Coat
  • HeTieShou:
    @niangniang She is not in denial but is just hiding it from the public. I had a good feeling she was dating William and pregnant at the very beginning since I have been following celebrity news for a long time. It is a similar pattern every time.

  • 447. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • HeTieShou:
    @mike Well said! It worked out for financially but not in other ways as she is branded as a gold digger.

  • 448. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • HeTieShou:
    @jimmyszeto Those were my thoughts too. I think many just dream too much about hitching a rich guy, having his kids and then getting set for life. That is too ideal and kind of unrealistic since marrying into a rich family is a big pain with many problems that come with all that supposed status and wealth. It is always better to make your own money rather spend others money.

  • 449. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jimmyszeto:
    @shimmerstars I completely disagree with your comment that posting this article at this time is 'out of line'.As a business or even a professional article publisher, the target is to post articles that attract readers and bring in new members. To post this article a few months later will be more meaningless on a business standpoint. Have you even wondered why there were articles of Ruco every couple of days posted on this site at one stage? It wasn't that he was involved in any particular news. It was due to demand because he Ruco has many fans on this site and they gush over him in the comments section. Similar when members and multi-account abusers were posting 'motor mouth' Grace every time she appeared in an article, more articles were posted of Grace in subsequent weeks so members can have a field day in the comments section. Same goes for Grace Wong and her 'fake' attitude. Another article was posted about he dressing seductively a couple of days later. You are only thinking in your own compassionate point of view and not in the standpoint of Jaynestars. No one were searching 'Yammie Lam' on the web a few weeks ago and no one will be doing it in a few weeks time but plenty will be searching her up now. This is absolutely the right time to post catchy articles related to her at this current time...

  • 450. [Updated] Tiffany Tang and Luo Jin’s Dreamy Wedding Photos
  • HeTieShou:
    Congrats to them! Hope they have a lifetime of happiness together. I always loved them together on screen so glad they have gotten together on real life. The pictures are beautiful!

  • 451. [Updated] Tiffany Tang and Luo Jin’s Dreamy Wedding Photos
  • HeTieShou:
    @ashtenmorgan I did not know they were buddies too so great to know that. They are in the circle so would meet one way or another. Her dresses and the photos are very nice! I am glad they are finally married as they were an onscreen couple so many times. Glad they finally got together since it is fate. Another on screen turned to real life couple to add to the list. Yes all of the Chinese Paladin ladies are now married except for Liu Yi Fei. Now just waiting for the guys like Hu Ge, Eddie Peng, etc,to get married.

  • 452. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @llwy12 This year has been so sad recently as there are so many consecutive deaths in the HK entertainment industry. Yammie truly was a rare beauty and talent. She played only a small and limited role in Looking back in anger and Love is a miracle but yet left such a deep impression on everyone. Not many artists can manage to do that.

  • 453. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • MangoTango:
    Let her RIP.

  • 454. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • HeTieShou:
    @dramafan It is great that Yammie still had friends that cared for her so much. I heard that she had an older sister but she did not get along with Yammie well so did not do much for her. I think Yammie felt all alone with no one to turn to. Her parents are both gone so she seemed to have no one. Friends and even siblings can only do so much as the only person that can accompany you for life is yourself. Meg’s last quote really hit home for me as that was what the doctor told me when my mom was in the hospital. You do not want someone you love to die but yet at the same time, you do not want them to suffer either whether it is mental or physical health issues. Dying is hard to accept but yet maybe it is a good way for them to be relieved from all of the pain they are suffering. Yammie had such a tragic life that I hope she is now in a happier and better place where she can enjoy the happiness that she was denied when still on this earth. Great to know that Chingmy was close friends with Yammie. I never knew that. At the very least, Yammie had some close friends that cared for her.

  • 455. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • HeTieShou:
    @peanutbutterjelly I had the same thoughts as you but maybe that was not the intention of this site? Jayne has always been very respectful and maybe they just wanted to remember Yammie? However, I think they should have talked about more positive things instead of her tragic love life. Yammie did have some happiness in her life too so it was not all negative stuff.

  • 456. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @dalebaines She was truly a rare beauty and talent with such a tragic life. I hope she can now finally experience the happiness that she never got to have when she was on this earth.

  • 457. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @alicesky Thanks so much for your sweet message! I am very touched and English was my major so I am required to write well or at least decently as I was trained in that area. I will be teaching it too. I have had a hard life like Yammie as I lost both my parents too. My 6th older brother passed away in a similar way as her so this hit home for me. Life is so tragic and unpredictable. Thanks again for your words of wisdom too and I hope to be able to help and inspire others through my hard life and experiences too.

  • 458. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Mike:
    @peanutbutterjelly ya

  • 459. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Shimmerstars:
    This article is very inappropriate. I ask that the administrators of Jaynestars to seriously consider in removing this article. I have been an avid reader/follower of Jaynestars for many years however you really have gone out of line with this one. I completely agree with peanutbutterjelly and fatmamamia - the article is 100% DISRESPECTFUL. This woman - Yammie Lam had dealt with so much pain and suffering when she was alive and even in death you have to defame her like that. I really cannot believe it. She was once an amazing actress of whom many people around the world loved. You would remember such great person with POSITIVE memories so that she can actually REST IN PEACE.

  • 460. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • JoyceK:
    Rest in Peace

  • 461. Yammie Lam’s Friends and Family Provided Support
  • Dramafan:
    Meg Lam obviously knew her well. Her last quote rang true, when soneone is so unwell and has severe mental health issues. Dying may not be a bad way to end the suffering.

  • 462. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • DaleBaines:
    Such heartbreaking news! Ms. Lam was really one of the most beautiful women to ever grace the screens with real talent too. I hope she is in a much better place now where she can attain the peace and happiness denied her in life.

  • 463. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • fatmamamia:
    What has this piece of useless news got to do with her death? I wanted to type " pick your timing" but this piece of crap news should never ever be published! Disrespect!

  • 464. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • jaraket:
    @peanutbutterjelly Much as I love this site, I think you’re right. Even in death, Yammie doesn’t get treated right.

  • 465. Yammie Lam Was Linked With 11 Men
  • Peanutbutterjelly:
    I find the timing of this article very disrespectful. I mean this kind of article is redundant either way but right after Yammie's recent passing? I get it, this is a gossip site and normally I'd let it slide but talk about being in bad taste. What even is the point of this? This actress who starred in many era-defining HK classics just died let's look at all the men she has dated!!!! Is it that hard to write a tribute or overview of her career? Or not write anything at all? But congratulations I guess, you got your click and traffic.

  • 466. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • orchid123:
    Very sad and sickening. To have sex with a 2-year old..... OMG. Those men are worse than animals.

  • 467. 30-year-old Classic “Looking Back in Anger” Reruns Start November
  • mindee:
    Omg Looking Back in Anger is even more nostalgic than ever with the passing of Yammie Lam!

  • 468. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • Mike:
    @ashtenmorgan Alot of people have a hard life. Some are not able to choose their path of life due to their personal situations. She was able to choose her path and is now set for life and that's what we are all discussing. Meanwhile other people may be forced into a life they cannot escape from or take control. She knew what she was getting into and obviously succeeded and now set for life so of course she does not have any regrets.

  • 469. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • orchid123:
    It is really sad that we have lost four big artistes (all related to the entertainment industry in Hong Kong) in a month: 1) Elliot Ngok Wah 岳華(veteran actor) - passed away on Oct. 20, 2018 2) Louis Cha 查良鏞, better known as Jin Yong 金庸 (legendary wuxia novelist) - passed away on Oct. 30, 2018 3) Raymond Chow Man-Wei 鄒文懷 (legendary Hong Kong producer) - passed away on Nov. 2, 2018 4) Yammie Nam 藍潔瑛 (veteran actress who was famous for her beauty and acting) - passed away on Nov. 3, 2018 May they all rest in peace. I am sure that Yammie Nam had found a better place to live and enjoy her eternal life with God in Heaven, I have grown up with Ngok Wah, Jin Yong and Raymond Chow, and have witnessed their success in Hong Kong entertainment industry. Though I had not watched too many of Yammie Nam's drama series/movies, I must admit that she was a real beauty in TVB and film industry. I don't see any young actresses can replace her in terms of beauty or acting. She was a very unique artiste in Hong Kong.

  • 470. Fan Bingbing to Marry Li Chen in February 2019 and Retire from Entertainment Industry?
  • Dramas4me:
    @hetieshou I can't agree with you more on this. Nothing is free in this world. She evaded taxes, but she is paying it with another way instead. She is paying it with her reputation & taxes any way.

  • 471. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Vodka:
    may her and soul R.I.P, such a tragedy and all the hardship she went through during her lifetime my heart ache just reading this article.

  • 472. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Alicesky:
    @hetieshou its alright. Bcoz u can tell all what i thought, due to my bad english, i cant write a long comment and tell what i literally meant :( Maybe you've been though a lot in ur life, u fought for it thats why u had plenty of experiences. Words of wisdom :) actually i read some of ur comments and it was yough for u during that time. But there is light at the end of tunnel :)

  • 473. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • jayne:
    @funnlim Thanks for sharing your insight. It sounds sickening that little girls are treated this way and and violated so early in life. Non-profits can only do so much by rescuing the girls and putting them up for adoption (presumably overseas adoption since locals aren't able to support the children), but this is a long and lengthy process. In the end, the government has to enact laws to greater protect these children. Unless international relief puts pressure on the local government, change wouldn't happen since it's already become a common practice in society. Although Toby didn't mention it in her interview, it appears that she is involved in supporting nonprofits to help these young girls. And bringing her other female family members to Cambodia so they can help too, whether through monetary donations or raising awareness.

  • 474. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • kk12345:
    RIP. Hopefully now she is with God and her family members.

  • 475. Kandy Wong is Dating a Woman
  • funnlim:
    Well, now we know she goes both ways.

  • 476. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • funnlim:
    @potatochip The worst are the parents. They sell, Demand and supply.

  • 477. Yoyo Mung, Kenneth Ma Lost Weight for “Flying Tiger 2”
  • Cutie777:
    At first I really thought she quit acting glad she’s on screen again.

  • 478. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • funnlim:
    I hope this is not some pity tourism. Do something! I don't know what can be done. People in so much poverty, they willingly sell their on children to earn a few dollars, selling their children cheap and destroying their own soul. I was in cambodia and it i rife with pedophile sex industry. The scenery, the architecture, yes, but single old man there... you can figure it out. I've read some go as low as so called adopt them and then have their ways with these children, some as young a infants. I am sickened by it. This is one country receiving donations from world and yet sex trade is rife. It is the mindset. And poverty. But I have seen many very poor people and they don't go selling children for sex, hiding behind wardrobe or whatever as a pimp.

  • 479. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • Cutie777:
    She doesn’t seem mixed and of course she’s not regret because she’s hitting a jackpot. I am wonder too about the kids is Richard not keeping the kids? Or she let him see the kids sometimes?

  • 480. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • funnlim:
    I am in total and absolute shock. Not quite sure what to say, whatever her cause of death, yes her life was tragic but in the end one can only depend on oneself.RIP.

  • 481. Kandy Wong is Dating a Woman
  • Cutie777:
    If this is true then she reminded me of Sire Ma.

  • 482. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Cutie777:
    Poor thing. I’m guessing she’s trying to killed herself? Never thought she’s gone this fast hope she Rest In Peace.

  • 483. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • jimmyszeto:
    @llwy12 @hetieshou No one has really mentioned Heaven's Sword Dragon's Sabre. I guess because the main character is just not memorable. It seems that the female characters in Jin Yong novels are far more interesting and more mysterious...

  • 484. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • jimmyszeto:
    @hetieshou Isabella,instead of being respected and famous for being a good actress/singer if she worked hard, she is now known as just a young deliberate gold digger. Being a hard working celebrity can also earn enough to support a luxurious lifestyle. Maybe not enough to buy boats and houses worldwide but enough to buy brands and high quality meals. Maybe they enjoy that high class status and enjoy other women looking in envy but i'm sure the thrill of that disappears after a while. Also the fun of eating at home every meal with piles of abalone also disappears. Due to the high status, even going out for a meal or socialise with a middle class friend is forbidden. Isabella is a winner because she now has trunks of cash and also freedom but it would be unfair to other actresses if she was given a ticket right back into a lead movie role. I'm glad this hasn't happened. There are many girls in China and Hong Kong who grow up dreaming with the mentality of marrying into a rich family. Some don't even have the looks nor even focus on education but are hoping for a miracle. Even if they could marry a useless 3rd generation guy with no ambition they will still accept. This mentality comes from poor childhood environment, education from parents and bad celebrity role models....

  • 485. Isabella Leong Doesn’t Regret Having Richard Li’s Children
  • HeTieShou:
    @ashtenmorgan I kind of agree with you but you know many others have gone through just as much as her if not more. However, they chose to work hard and work their way up to success instead of hitching a rich guy, have his kids and hope for a lifetime meal ticket. I can tell you my parents did not teach me like that. They always taught me to work my way up as it is good to build your own career and make your own money or you’d just be labeled as a gold digger which can be shameful. Also if you depend on your spouse or others to support you then that is not a good thing too. You can get divorced or what if they died as life is unpredictable.

  • 486. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @alicesky Oh really? I am so sorry to make you cry but am touched that my words can move you to tears.... wow, that is a big compliment to me.

  • 487. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • HeTieShou:
    @llwy12 Oh yes, how can anyone forget Xia Xue Yi aka Jin She Lang Jun? Don’t you notice that that role always had great actors playing it like Miu, Vincent Jiao, Kong Wah,etc...? It may be like a guest star role but is a memorable and important one. That character is the spirit and soul of The Sword Stained with Royal Blood. However, I am glad that at least we remember.

  • 488. Obituary: Legendary Author Louis Cha Dies at 94
  • HeTieShou:
    @kidd I think you are right but I like Xu Zhu and my late mom loved Felix in that role, so what a disappointment that he did not mention it. But I am happy that we remember.

  • 489. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • jaraket:
    This is so sad. Yammie, you were brilliant. You deserved better. Thank you for the work you left us.

  • 490. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Blest62:
    She will be greatly missed. She has gone to a better place free from all the sufferings her mental illness has gotten her into. Every time I hear or see someone beset by mental issues which leave them shunned by society, my heart just goes out to the victims. May Yammie rest in peace forever.

  • 491. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • Alicesky:
    @hetieshou can't believe I shed tears while reading ur comment

  • 492. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • llwy12:
    @kokomo There was also Golden Harvest co-founder Raymond Chow, who died on Friday (HK time) -- 3 major deaths in less than a week, and if we count Elliot Ngok as well, that's 4 deaths in less than a month....really sad. Definitely sad time for the HK entertainment industry right now... I also hope that Yammie has found her peace now after suffering so much tragedy. She was one of those rare artists who had both talent and beauty! May she rest in peace....

  • 493. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @kokomo Exactly! This year seems to be a dark and depressing year. First it was Elliot, Jin Yong and now Yammie too. I was in shock when I saw news of her death. I just cannot believe it. Her life was so sad and tragic and she passed all alone too. I wonder that if her friend did not visit her, would anyone even discover that she has passed? We all may die alone one day without anyone knowing. Very sad and depressing. But I hope she is at peace now and is no longer suffering and is in a better place now. She was such a beauty and was talented too but had such a sad life. Maybe it is all fate? Fate and life are sadly not fair.

  • 494. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @jayne I thought I was dreaming when I saw news of her death. My late mother was always concerned for her and wondered how someone so beautiful and talented like her can have such a sad and tragic life. I think it is all fate and you are right, each time I heard of new news about Yammie it was all sad or negative news. But at least hopefully she is at peace now and will not suffer anymore. I have a feeling she may have passed due to an overdose of her medications. Very sad and tragic. I have been rewatching series with my little brother lately and one was Heir to the throne is which is one of my most favorite series of hers. She was so beautiful and sweet in there. Looking back in anger was her other trademark series even though she was not in it much. I am sure fans will feel the nostalgia heavily as it rebroadcasts. I wonder who will pay for her funeral as she does not seem to have any loved ones that care about her. So sad and I wonder if Andy will help out as he seems to be one of the very few friends that still cared about her and helped her out? Let’s see and I wonder if there will be news of how artists react to her passing. She will stay in everyone’s hearts forever and be remembered for her beautiful smiles and wonderful acting and beauty.

  • 495. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • KoKoMo:
    Wow. I’m so shocked and saddened by this sudden news. There has just been too many deaths in the last couple of weeks. First it’s Elliot Ngok, then Jin Yong, and now Yammie. Yammie was such a beauty, and she was a great actress. Unfortunately, she has to experience so much hardship and tragedy in her life. Now her life ended so early. RIP Yammie. You will be missed.

  • 496. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • jayne:
    @hetieshou I was also very shocked when I saw the news about Yammie's death. But each time she was in the news in recent years, it has been difficult to to hear about her suffering. The rebroadcast of "Looking Back in Anger" in Hong Kong starting in November will make fans even more nostalgic.

  • 497. Wu Jinyan Falls Dangerously Thin
  • lalaland:
    Ugh. Poor girl she should get help

  • 498. [Obituary] Yammie Lam Found Dead at Home
  • HeTieShou:
    @jayne I am so sad and shocked by this news! I cannot believe that she is gone. She has had such a hard and tragic life full of sadness and suffering. I also hope she is at peace now and is happy in the new world. I will always remember her beautiful smile and all of the happiness she has given me and my family. Hope she rests in peace and is safe from all of the pains and pressures of life.

  • 499. Wu Jinyan Has Been Dieting Since She Was 10
  • lalaland:
    @funnlim like.... who thinks DIETING SINCE TEN is normal???? Are they unaware of eating disorders? It's so tragic that this is normalized I feel bad for all the women/men that think its okay to starve to "look good"

  • 500. Toby Leung Breaks Into Tears As She Recalls Cambodia Trip
  • Tiffany:
    At 2 years old? How sick!