Jan
09
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With the success of The Exorcist’s Meter <降魔的> and the discussions of female empowerment in pop culture, TVB’s upcoming drama The Forgotten Alley <平安谷之詭谷傳說> couldn’t come at a better time. The suspense mystery, produced by Andy Chan (陳耀全), will be succeeding the time slot currently occupied by My Ages Apart <誇世代>, and will premiere on Monday, January 15. Aside from thrilling mysteries, the drama also...
Dec
29
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With the ladies no longer allowed to show unnecessary skin, it is now the gentlemen’s turn to take up the mantle. To be successful in the Hong Kong entertainment industry, one must possess good singing, acting, and entertainment skills. However, looks are just as important, and these TVB actors absolutely understand how the game works. Which TVB muscle man is your favorite? Stefan Wong (黃長興) stefan-wong-1. stefan-wong-2. ...
Dec
29
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Though 26-year-old Sisley Choi (蔡思貝) has two years of driving experience under her belt, she never had luck with cars. Clumsy and awkward with her driving, Sisley was discovered to have collected numerous traffic tickets and minor car accidents in the two years that she has been driving. To put an end to these inconveniences, Sisley has since stopped driving, relying on renting drivers to take her to her schedules instead. But even that’s not...
Dec
27
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This year, 38-year-old Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) celebrated her first Christmas as a mother. Myolie and her husband Philip Lee (李乘德) welcomed their son, Brendan, in October. The former TVB actress shared pictures from her Christmas party with fans on social media. Though Myolie has always been very protective of Brendan, and has been careful in not showing his face, Myolie did share a family picture where the side of Brendan’s face was seen. “Our first...
Dec
05
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Once upon a time not so long ago, bad boys were something that all drama-loving girls would fall for. From Meteor Garden’s <流星花園> Dao Mingsi to Devil Beside You’s <惡魔在身邊> Ahmon, bad boys were the trend that defined idol dramas of the 2000’s. But as we officially hit the late 2010’s, it appears that bad boys are no longer the main act for business. Starting with 2011’s In Time with You <我可能不會愛你>, the...