Nothing beats old friends. You can't buy or fake a long lasting friendship. Tamara Guo is one of the first people I met in Hong Kong when I got here way back in 1997. She was a singer and actress in Hong Kong throughout the 90's and is still a very talented singer. In fact, she was the one who introduced me to Jackie C...Read more
When I was a kid my Mom forced me to play piano hoping I would be the next piano prodigy. Obviously it didn't work because I can't even remember how to read music anymore. I guess nowadays kids are being forced to rap. P-nut here is cute which is probably why he's got a fanbase. I think I'll force my son to DJ.
One of my last truly happiest moments in my career was when my directorial debut premiered at the Hong Kong Film Festival. Last night was my next happiest. Jun Kung's Man On The Moon concert. I have known Jun for a long time, first as a friend and now as his manager (but really just a friend still) and I've always believed in him. He is such a talented musician who is widely respected withi...Read more
My Mom wanted me to post this because she read in an article from the mainland news that I will be playing Chinese intellectual Hu-Shih. The article says I fit the role perfectly except that I am mixed, meaning not 100% Chinese. I am not mixed. I am 100% Shanghainese, just like Hu-Shih. See the picture of my Mom and Dad below if you don't believe it. I don't have anything against being mixed, my kids will be mixed, but there is no point in saying I&...Read more
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Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuBECVLNz3c Thanks to John for directing this shoot and Prodip for the art direction. Looks awesome! I hope you all make it to the show on the 25th.
Tickets info here:
OK, I have to admit this is better than my Heavenly Kings. The only complaint I have is the Aaron Kwok double is way too manly. The others are spot on! |
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I just wrapped my part of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" (Dan Shen Nan Nu) less than an hour ago here in Suzhou. According to IMDBit's my 50th movie. To be honest, I never would have imagined that I would have the career that I'm having when I set foot in Hong Kong back in 1997 and I'v...Read more
I just came back from Beijing, doing some post-production work for Inseparable. I have talked very little about this film because a lot of stuff was top secret for a while but I have been now been given the ok to talk about my experience on this film.
Dayyan Eng was the director and his previous film Waiting Alone was a cult hit in China, because it was one of the first modern youth oriented films. Dayyan is originally from Seattle, Washington but ha...Read more
Firstly, sorry China, but you won't be able to see any of this because this is going to be a youtube post. I couldn't find any of the other videos on youku.