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Vanness Wu's wife Arissa Cheo vents out her frustrations through her social media

Arissa Cheo is at it again. The Singaporean heiress is once again venting out her frustrations against her husband Vanness Wu through her social media. She recently wrote a lengthy post on her Instagram lamenting how a certain someone (Vanness) “keep doing weird-ass things that are justified in their own self-righteous ways….. 664 more words

[Movie] A Monk Comes Down the Mountain with Wang Baoqiang, Aaron Kwok, and Lin Zhiling

  • Cast: Wang Baoqiang, Aaron Kwok, Lin Zhiling, Chang Chen, Fan Wei, and Vanness Wu
  • Release date: 3rd July, 2015
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Just Watched: Dragon Blade

My hub and I were excited when Bel told us that Dragon Blade is waiting for us on Plex. This movie was never on my radar and when hub read the synopsis, he told me that he have heard of it and was also curious what it is all about. 489 more words

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Vic Chou turns 34 years old without his girlfriend to celebrate by his side

Last week, Vic Chou celebrated his 34th birthday. But instead of celebrating it at home with his family, he spent it working on the road in Beijing, promoting his latest movie Detective Gui. 487 more words

Cinta Jerry Yan Kandas Gara-gara Cemburu

Pemeran utama drama ‘Meteor Garden’ Jerry Yan hingga kini masih berstatus single. Ia menjadi satu-satunya anggota yang masih belum memiliki kekasih dari empat anggoat F4. Tiga teman Jerry Yan sudah memiliki kekasih dan pendamping. 199 more words

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Meteor Garden OST

Well, this is definitely a classic!

I mean who would forget about these four handsome, god-like, kings of high school and that one headstrong girl who repeatedly crossed them and challenges them. 272 more words

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DRAGON BLADE (2015) review

Daniel Lee’s Dragon Blade isn’t just another Chinese period epic. Its price tag of 65 million dollars makes it the most expensive Chinese film in history, while its opening numbers at the domestic box-office broke records and its final take of 120 million dollars ranks it as the 8th highest-grossing Chinese film. 1,375 more words

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