Calvin Chen, Cyndi Wang, Mike Ho, Nicholas Teo, Taiwanese Entertainment, Tony Sun, Vic Chou, Wilber Pan

Cyndi Wants Concert

I actually didn’t want to focus on this but when I saw someone posted some pictures on one of Calvin’s fan pages, I couldn’t help it. Miss Wang just held a concert and it was a success. There were many people coming to support her–both onstage and offstage. (Go here, here, here, here, here, here, and here for articles.)

The picture above was the one that captured my attention hence updating. But aside from the above who went on stage at different points as guest performers, there were other guests and friends who came to support and/or sent flowers to wish her success for the event. Others who sent flowers were: JJ Lin, Mike He, Rainie Yang, Kenji Wu, Wilber Pan, and Alien Huang. (I’m sure there were lots of others but I didn’t want to go on Weibo to stalk.)

Vic and his wife, Reen Yu, also came to support. (Yes, Vic recently got married with Reen in case anyone missed it.)

GINO was also there and had posted a message, his words consisted of their relation in Smile Pasta from ten years ago.

*All images were collected around the net hence belonging to their rightful owners.

Nicholas Teo, Sweety, Taiwanese Entertainment, Xiu Jie Kai

Dear Mom: A Heart Warming Piece?

(Uploaded by: SETTV Official Channel)

So I was doing my usual stalking of people on FB. Then I found out that Qiao Qiao’s finally in a new drama. It has been a while since the addicting True Love 365 so I really need something to watch of Qiao Qiao’s. This time, she’s supposedly portraying the second sister from a family of four siblings–of which all are female. Her name in here is Li Yi Wan (黎一彎).

As I watched the trailer and tried to search for more information on it, I realized that it is a daily drama. So how long would it be? Like 60-80 episodes? Hopefully, it’s not as disappointing as people had said about her previous daily drama with SETTV.

With the four female leads, of course, there must also be four male leads. I didn’t want to read too many spoilers or watch too many trailers to reserve some sort of mystery for me. So I will wait and see how the story will go this time and who will end up with whom.

In other somewhat related news, Zhao Shun had passed away recently. I learned of it through Nicholas Teo’s Facebook–to which he said some good words about the lovable and comical actor who had given a lot of advice during their collaboration in Smile Pasta. Zhao Shun, if fans of the drama The Magicians of Love remembered, portrayed Qiao Qiao’s father. R.I.P. to the late actor.

*All images were collected around the net hence belonging to their rightful owners.