Bulletin Board: Cdramaland & Entertainment News (57)

Old and new news in this post. – Ghost Kappy 👻 (meaning still away from home on tour and this is prescheduled) heh.

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Drama-Binging: What Are You Watching? (10)

Been slacking off on these binging posts! Let us know what and how many dramas are your plate! What’s frustratingly bad, messy mess mess, and the ones that get you right in the heart!

I’m only watching three dramas, one of which you know has been taking over 48 hours of my every day. Lol.

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War film Our Time Will Come features Zhou Xun, Eddie Peng, Wallace Huo

What a casting and that is only the tip of the iceberg! In the veteran line-up, we have Tony Leung Ka Fai, Ray Lui, Jiang Wen Li, and Nina Paw! The movie marks the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China (after more than a century of British colonial rule) and it follows teacher-turned-guerilla-fighter Zhou Xun during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong in the 1940s. How the youths struggle and fight in wartime resistance groups.

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Chinese Celebrities and their Moms: Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day everyone! I don’t think we need a reminder to appreciate our moms because such unconditional and selfless love can only stem from our parents. It always amazes how much my mom has accomplished so far despite being illiterate (she only recognizes her children’s names) and very poor for many years. She’s my star, my love, and my inspiration. Always and Forever.

A compilation of Chinese celebrities with their lovely mothers or some fans would say… their mother-in-laws (hehe)!

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland & Entertainment News (55)

Compiled news for this week! Apparently, a lot of May Celebrity babies! Li Yi Feng, Zhang Yi Shan, Xie Na, Huang Zi Tao, to name a few. Happy Birthday to all ~ =D

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Drama-Binging: What Are You Watching? (6)

Beauty And The Beast was a let down on my end, didn’t feel the magical sweep of the romance, top-notch graphics and animation though, and I do love the bantering of the various house objects – they, to me, brought magic to the film. On the other hand, Kong: Skull Island was an unexpected enjoyment. I came for Tom Hiddleston but stayed for Kong; what a surprising twist to put us humans as the bad guys. What I also didn’t anticipate was the beauty-and-the-beast element placed at the end. I swooned. Was surprised to see Jing Tian in the movie…..who was absolutely disposable for all points and purposes. Lol. And you know I adore her but here, she was just there.

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