Nothing looks as good as having a hottie doting fiancee by one side, and the star couple of Chen Xiao and Michelle Chen were definitely the major standout at the just held Weibo Awards in China. I feel like K-ent holds its awards at year end whereas C-ent holds it in January, before the lunar new year end. Weibo is China’s microblogging site that has been described as a mashup of Facebook and Twitter, and has a reach that is enormous and growing thanks to the Chinese population and the foreigners using it to reach the Chinese audience.
The awards aren’t really taken seriously in terms of any acting wins, but the biggest awards of the night were indeed based on popularity. The King and Queen of Weibo for 2015 is none other than Wu Yi Fan (Kris) and Zhao Li Ying, so congrats to the two buzzy stars for proving that news needn’t always be good to buoy population and name recognition. I still enjoy watching C-awards for the much more interesting red carpet style, and my fashion winner of the night was the elegant, refined, and glamorous Liu Tao. It was also nice to see more HK stars in attendance including a surprise pop up from the king of comedy himself Stephen Chow. Continue reading
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
Clearly the feels were just laying dormant because all it took was one event attended together for everything to come whooshing back, even if it’s now a good decade later. Beijing was the stage for the Crossover Fashion Awards celebrating star … Continue reading
When I was growing up and watching tons of Chinese-language historical dramas, most of the time the leading ladies were always ethereally beautiful, but beyond that they always had this grace onscreen like they glided or floated with this out-of-this-world vibe. … Continue reading
So the first teaser video and posters are out for the upcoming period C-drama Bride with White Hair starring Nicky Wu and Ma Su. I have to say that the action doesn’t look as bad as I worried it might, … Continue reading
Whether or not the purported sequel to Bu Bu Jing Xin is a go or he’s even in it, Nicky Wu isn’t stopping for a minute in his back-to-back-to-back drama filming. He’s about to start filming his third drama since wrapping BBJX … Continue reading