TW-star Aaron Yan Reportedly Considering Legally Changing His Name in Order to Make a Comeback After Me Too Cancellation

I mean, I didn’t know this was one option in order to get un-cancelled in entertainment lol. It is not an unheard of thing in Taiwanese culture, that of legally changing one’s name in order to change one’s fate. Reportedly parents will change a kid’s name if the kid is a bad student, or had a very bad illness, or whatever ill fate along those veins happens and one looks for a non logical or faith/luck based solution. Apparently cancelled by Me Too allegations of sexual misconduct star Aaron Yan (whose stage name is already different than his legal birth name) has consulted with two fortune tellers both of whom have told him to change his name and he will be able to successfully make a comeback. Perhaps if he wants a fresh start in life sure why not, but to assume coming back with a different name in entertainment is just so funny like “hey, I’m *new name* and I can sing/dance/act m’kay” will work as easy as that.

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TW-ent’s Week of Me Too Against Chris Wang, Mickey Huang, and Aaron Yan Ends with Worst Offender Variety Star NONO Accused of 20 Counts of Sexual Assault and Rape

I think the weeklong Me Too reveals in TW-ent may have come to a close, if there are more accusers against more stars so much attention on this hopefully have given them courage to speak up. The allegations started against … Continue reading

TW Singer-actor Aaron Yan Accused of Secretly Making Sex Tape with 17 Year Old High School Boy He Dated Which was Later Leaked and He Threated to Have the Mafia Take Care of It

I guess it really is time to clean house in TW-ent and doesn’t matter the timing as long as victims are now willing to speak out then at least its one step forward for them. Following on opposite sex sexual … Continue reading

Taiwan Stars Glam Up to Varying Results for the 2022 Golden Bell Awards with Ruby Lin and Cheryl Yang Competing for Best Actress and Best Dressed

The dueling Mama-sans were out leading the red carpet charge at the 2022 Golden Bell Awards in Taipei this weekend, with the TW-drama Light the Night with the most nominations with 11 and leads Ruby Lin and Cheryl Yang taking … Continue reading

Alice Ke and TW-drama Someday or One Day Wins at the 2020 Golden Bell Awards as Costar Greg Hsu Garners Fan Attention for His Handsome Suited Presence

Last year’s 2019 Golden Bell Awards (Taiwan’s television top awards) were all about the exceptional and very serious The World Between Us dealing with mass shooting and the aftermath. This year the high profile winner comes from the very popular … Continue reading

Fond Remembrance of the Taiwan Idol Drama Actors of the 2000’s Era

Maybe it’s the fall weather and the recent seismic shift in Asian drama viewing options but I’m in a nostalgic mood and one of the classic eras that passed naturally was the Taiwan idol dramas of the 2000s. Starting from … Continue reading