An old Korean commercial featuring Hong Kong star Andy Lau and popular Korean actress Lee Young-ae…

The chocolate commercial was made in 1990 (some say 1988, I am not too sure). Andy was already a popular star back then, but Lee Young-ae was still a freshy.

Hong Kong pop star Andy Lau is in Shanghai to promote his “World Wonderful” concert tour.

Andy Lau in Shanghai

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The theme song for the 10th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), featuring popular stars Andy Lau, Alan Tam, Leo Ku, Kelly Chen, Hacken Lee, Joey Yung, Eason Chan, Twins, Warren Mok, Wan Fai-yan and the Hong Kong Children’s Choir (credits to RAYHO500).

I have some problem with my sound card at the moment, so I am not sure if this video is in the original Chinese or English; I have never heard of an English version though… perhaps it’s just a sub.

It’s a Cantonese MV…

A special concert was held on Saturday night (June 30) to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Celebrities from China and Hong Kong had performed during the event, including pop stars, veteran artists and famous athletes…

10th anniversary of Hong Kong return to China concert

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A suicide case in Hong Kong has made the headlines of all major Chinese newspaper because of the tragic cause.

It’s a long story (more details on cri.cn)… in short, a father was so over-committed to fulfilling his daughter’s dream of meeting her idol (Hong Kong star Andy Lau), that he spent all his fortune and finally commited suicide.

It’s sad to see young people wasting their life just to get close to the idols… it sounds harsh but I don’t feel sorry for the father at all… he pampered his daughter too much, and it’s just plain stupid, both of them.

At this site I’ve often seen comments from kids (presumably) that wanted to quit school to find their idol, and to fly to the idol’s location to see him/her in person blah blah… and I often condemned their intentions.

Fine enough if some rich kids are going here and there to meet their idols, but for most of the others… it’s unthinkable to waste your life being that fanatical over these idols.

Do love your idol, but not overdoing it… be logical and don’t overdo it.


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