Ariel Lin Glides Through the City in Chic Office Pieces for Bazaar Men

All the girls grow up to be ladies and the Taiwanese media is really taking note that perennially student like Ariel Lin is really done with toggling the image that launched her career and fully into the mature adult real life of being in her thirties. Ariel recently had the hit C-drama Old Boy and just finished filming her next period C-drama Legend of Huo Buo (小女花不弃 Xiao Nu Hua Bu Qi) which is the one I’m most looking forward to as it’s her first period drama in six years since Prince of Lan Ling. Her pictorial for Bazaar Men is refreshing in putting her in menswear inspired outfits that elongate her petite frame and really highlight her cool sophisticated aura nowadays. Continue reading

Top Stars Attend 2017 Golden Horse Awards and Shu Qi Wins the Fashion Red Carpet Yet Again

Taiwan’s biggest movie awards night was this weekend with the 54th annual Golden Horse Awards, feting the best of cinematic achievements in 2017. I haven’t watched a lick of Taiwan or Mainland awards worthy movies this year so I was … Continue reading

Ady An’s Wedding Party of the Year Moves Back to Taiwan for Star-studded Banquet

The festivities have moved from Hawaii back to Taiwan for the final stop in TW-actress Ady An‘s wedding extravaganza of the year. Celebrity weddings can be lavish and over-the-top and Ady’s definitely is up there in terms of how much … Continue reading

Hu Ge Wins Big at the Golden Eagle Awards and Reunites to Present with Former Costar Ariel Lin

The current roster of It Chinese drama stars were present at this past weekend’s 11th Annual Golden Eagle Awards in Beijing, the event started off with this year’s Golden Eagle Goddess Tang Yan striking the same pose as the statuette … Continue reading

Top Stars Attend Michelle Chen and Chen Xiao’s Beijing Wedding

The Beijing wedding of C-actor Chen Xiao to TW-actress Michelle Chen was indeed as star-studded as fans expected considering how well liked and sociable the newlyweds are in the Chinese-speaking entertainment industry. Closest friends like Joe Cheng and Wilbur Pan … Continue reading