TW-stars Wallace Huo and Ruby Lin Announce Relationship on Confession Day 520

Hooray for 520 day, the day in Chinese-speaking countries also known as confession day since saying the numbers 5-2-0 sounds a lot like saying I Love You. A new Taiwanese top star couple is born today as Wallace Huo and Ruby Lin have confirmed their relationship. The pair have known each other for well over a decade and have worked together multiple times, most recently in period C-drama Qing Shi Huang Fei (The Glamorous Imperial Concubine) and much earlier in TW-drama Sound of Colors. This is a noona-dongsaeng romance as 40 year old Ruby is four years older than 36 year old Wallace, but at their age it’s basically negligible in life experience and maturity. They reportedly have only been dating for four months, but rumors of their relationship go back as early as four years ago after QSHF, so who knows but good luck to them!

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

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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

Stars and More Stars Descend on China’s Fun and Fab iQiyi 2016 Award’s Show

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Now this is how I call throwing a fun awards show shindig. One of China’s top streaming sites iQiyi hosted the 2016 All-star Carnival this past weekend and it appeared all the It Stars showed up, and then some. There … Continue reading

Popular Fantasy Wuxia Novel Hua Qian Gu Gets Drama Adaptation with Wallace Huo and Zhao Li Ying

There’s a new C-drama filming based on the adaptation of a very popular fantasy wuxia novel and it’s already getting readers and netizens abuzz with excitement and concern. Excitement over their favorite C-novel getting to the small screen mixed with … Continue reading

The Imperial Doctress with Wallace Huo and Liu Shi Shi Releases Dazzling Drama Stills

If C-production company Tangren wants to wash the stink off the milk-the-fans-for-money Bu Bu Jing Xin sequel Bu Bu Jing Qing, there’s a good chance it might succeed with the currently filming Ming dynasty medical period drama The Imperial Doctress. … Continue reading