Chen Qiao En and Wang Kai Rumored to be Dating in Real Life After Filming Drama Stay With Me

The C-ent on set couples may be continuing if this latest gossip is to be believed. A C-netizen is reporting that drama costars C-actor Wang Kai and Chen Qiao En may be dating in real life after starring in the currently airing hit drama Stay With Me (Chinese title Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go). Wang Kai rocketed to superstardom with Hu Ge doing two dramas Nirvana in Fire and The Disguiser, and this  year he’s got hits When a Snail Falls in Love and Ode to Joy under his belt as well. Chen Qiao En has been doing plenty of C-dramas in recent years and remains one of the go-to drama leading ladies, and has been linked with her share of drama costars. This time the dating rumor stems from Chen Qiao En being spotting in Wang Kai’s hometown city of Wuhan with her parents, and being escorted around town by Wang Kai’s parents. The group was spotted in the city being very chummy and reportedly Wang Kai’s mom has her arms around Chen Qiao En at times much like a happy prospective mother-in-law. Nothing says dating like the meeting the parents or the parents meeting so if this is all true then I’m thrilled and impressed with this latest beautiful star couple. 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

Actresses Personify the Ancient Chinese Beauty Look to Varying Degrees of Visual Success

Chinese period story fans are have very very high standards when it comes to opinions about onscreen period beauties. There’s modern beautiful which doesn’t always dovetail with period beauty wondrous, and in between plenty of pretty actresses have flailed in … Continue reading

Top Chinese and Taiwanese Actresses When They were 18 Years Old

A post has been recently making the rounds that collects the way back when pictures of the top Chinese and Taiwanese actresses from their earliest entertainment days. For this group it’s a journey of one to two decades of star … Continue reading

Stars Descend on the 2015 TV Drama Awards Honoring the Best of Mainland Chinese Dramas

This weekend in Beijing was the 7th Annual TV Drama Awards, showcasing the splashiest and buzziest Mainland Chinese dramas of 2015. I would say best of the bunch but so many award categories seem to be based on popularity even … Continue reading