Xiao S Plays the Older Sister to Male Lead Dylan Wang in TW-drama Meteor Garden 2018

Oh man is this a casting coup from a nostalgia connection and from a suitability standpoint. The upcoming 2018 TW-drama remake of Meteor Garden has cast Xiao S in the drama, finally making her wish come true after she’s been pining for 17 years in not doing the original Meteor Garden which starred Xiao S’s older sister Barbie Hsu as the female lead. Xiao S shared pictures from the filming at the airport and revealed that she was playing the role of the older sister to the male lead character in this version played by rising young actor Dylan Wang. Xiao S’s brash and brassy personality would be such a great fit for the character of Domyouji Tsubaki still played the most perfectly by Matsushima Nanako in the J-version of Hana Yori Dango. These filming stills also revealed the hairstyle for the male lead going for the Japanese Yankee style, decent but doesn’t hold a candle to the upside down broom that was Jerry Yan‘s look. 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

C-stars Mostly a Miss at the 2017 Elle Style Awards with Standouts Being Ni Ni and Liu Wen

It’s a rarity for C-ent to miss this broadly across the board, with only a few standouts, but I guess percentage wise it’s impossible to always be on point even with fashion. At the 2017 Elle Style Awards which took … 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

Charity Photo Exhibition Reveals Taiwan Stars Transformed Into Iconic Images

Today was the unveiling of the Da Ren Wu Charity Photo Exhibition in Taipei (da ren wu literally means big person and here it refers to someone famous), where nearly forty of Taiwan’s biggest entertainers participated in an edgy and … Continue reading