Yang Mi and Ni Ni did separate photo shoots in Kyoto, and Chen Man was the photographer for both. They’re also starring in period romance dramas Legend of Fuyao and The Rise of Phoenixes respectively, and both shows are tentatively scheduled for a Summer broadcast.
Where is this cyberpunk wuxia film that I’m totally ready for?
Vic Zhou, Zhang Binbin and Liu Ruilin of Flame’s Daughterteam up separately pose for a modern wuxia photoshoot.
Harper’s Bazaar is really pounding the revamped wuxia concept recently, having done at least threeothershoots in the past six months. After these and Liu Yifei’s shoot, I am even more ready than ever for a cyberpunk wuxia film (no, Jared Leto being creepy shifu in a world with fembots in cheongsam does not count).
Does Ni NI have light freckles or am I seeing things?
One of the most photogenic people ever, Ni Ni teaches you how to look like a super star with Uniqlo basics. On the other hand, face it, no one will ever look like Ni Ni in anything.
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Out of the current crop of film actors, Zhou Xun and Huang Bo are two of the best. Cosmo has rightly pointed out that it’s partly because they know when to stop and hone their craft, which is extremely hard to do in an industry that constantly brings in new blood. Photos by Chen Man.
Sui Wenjing and Han Cong are more photogenic than 90 % of actors.
It’s Olympics season, so expect lots of athlete-entertainment crossovers other than dating (cough, Jing Tian and Zhang Jike, cough). First up are two of China’s favorites to place, pairs figure skaters Sui Wenjing and Han Cong, in a series of photoshoots. The two not only are better actors than many actors, but also rules in photoshoots. Continue reading →