Alice Ke Blooms in Verdent Wonderland for Elle Taiwan January 2021 Pictorial

It’s fitting to see TW-actress Alice Ke featured in the cover and pages of Elle Taiwan January 2021 edition because it’s the 10th anniversary of her breakout with hit drama Office Girls and in the interim her career and life could not have gone any better. No gossip, no drama, married long time boyfriend now husband actor Kun Da, and dropped dramas and movies all well received. There are so many re-watchable works in her resume though I’m partial to her two diametrically opposite collabs with Roy Qiu in OG and then Marry Me or Not, but it’s last year’s critically acclaimed hit Someday or One Day that continues to showcase her range and effortless appeal. She’s got two dramas coming this year in 2021 and if there is an actress I trust picks good stuff its her so I can’t wait for comedy Mom, Don’t Do That! and fantasy Rainless in a Godless Land. This pictorial is also the bomb, transports me to a mossy dream with smells of after rain fresh air.

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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

Rainie Yang Leads the Parade of TW-stars Paying Visit to Alien Huang’s Memorial on the First Day of Service

I can’t fault the hordes of media stationed outside the memorial location for deceased singer-actor Alien Huang (Xiao Gui), it’s the biggest entertainment news on the island and remains such a shocker. Alien was confirmed to have passed from a … Continue reading

TW-stars Go For Glittery or Oddball Looks at the 2020 Taiwan Film Awards

This red carpet for the just held 2020 Taipei Film Awards feels like a wash, I mostly hated the outfits but enjoyed actually seeing some because it’s pretty unexpected. Like, Joanne Tseng‘s lace pantsuit is on par with historical epic … Continue reading