Who says you can’t be a princess and still be stronger than all the boys?
Latest shots of Cindy Tian Yucheng, daughter of diver-actor Tian Liang and singer Ye Yiqian, being beyond adorable on Where are we going? Dad.
Originally styled as the princess of the group, Cindy instead constantly switches between the teary-eyed beauty Lin Daiyu and the owner of nicknames like “super strength loli” and “woman who runs like the wind. The girl’s also the kindest, always sharing and helping others. Did I also mention she’s adorable?
“Daddy, I have a secret.” “What?” “My secret is … Happy Birthday!”
Here’s an important heads-up: the U.S.-China Film Summit, North America’s biggest and best annual gathering of Hollywood and Chinese filmmakers and industry executives, will take place on November 5th at downtown L.A.’s Millenium Biltmore Hotel.
Zhang Meng plays Shuang’er, the “ideal lover” who gets the most ink-time.
With Han Dong as Wei Xiaobao and Zhang Meng as Shuang’er, the 2014 television adaptation of the Duke of Mount Deer promises to have human eye candy. Shawn Wei Qianxiang takes on the role of Kang Xi, while Lou Yixiao plays the sadistic Princess Jianning. Wei’s most beautiful wife, A’Ke, will be played by Jia Qing, and Viann Zhang will play yet another wife, Su Quan (for those who don’t know: Wei ends up with seven, total). Mu Jianping, the youngest wife, will be played by Wu Qian. Fang Yi will be played by Zhao Ke…
Duke of Mount Deer is set in the Qing dynasty (as evidenced by the bald heads). Wei is a rascal of a man, who manages to endear himself with Kang Xi. Much of the plot results from his efforts not to displease either Kang Xi, or the rebel sect that opposes the Qing emperor. The drama will run for 50 episodes. Continue reading →
“Suddenly, Yun Ge thought of a desperate question; if they were not allowed to leave the courtyard, what would happen if she had to go to the restroom? Just how long were those bandits planning to make a ruckus anyhow? She couldn’t help but congratulate herself on having been sleeping up until then, so there were not many desserts in her stomach that could cause problems.”
He Jiong encourages students to study hard, and hopes for their success.
The national college entrance examinations (aka “gao kao”) have taken place in China – join the celebs in wishing students the best of luck in this stressful test! You don’t see Western celebs wishing their followers luck on the SATs…this is a big deal.
Also, tease Chen Xiao about childhood crossdressing alongside Sun Jian. You and I will both be happy when Jo comes back with her fabulous posts.
Almost 20 years since her passing, is Teresa Teng still the best Chinese singer?
Last week, Liang Huan 梁欢, who is probably a man, compiled a list of Chinese singers on her his Weibo, allocating points in increments of five, alongside some brutally honest criticism (e.g., Jolin Tsai: “dance moves accompanied by bad vocals”). Since then, her his post has been retweeted—or the Weibo equivalent—tens of thousands of times. Some fans, notably those of Han Geng, have derided the low scores of their idols.
I can’t tell if the tears in my eyes are because of the boys, or that giant logo blocking them.
The 2007 Super Boys, probably the group of Supers with the most brotherhood, reunites once more after over 5 years. Through these 5 years, they’ve survived fires, run away and disappeared, got married, had a kid, and even went to jail. Watch the video below, with either interviews or performances by all of them but Su Xing. I think it’s really warming how almost all of their individual songs were written by themselves or another Super Boy.