This snapshot of Ni Ni in the rain is stunning

These two snapshots of Ni Ni in a Oscar de la Renta dress reminds us once more that Ni Ni is beyond  beautiful and should be cast in more confident and sexy roles like Yumo instead of having to settle … Continue reading

Zhou Dongyu make-up free in photoshoot

Actress Zhou Dongyu goes makeup-free (but not PS free. It is a Chen Man photoshoot, after all) in these two photo shoots. The actress has two upcoming films- April 28 release Us and Them opposite Jing Boran and June 28 release Animal World … Continue reading

Sinology Sunday: Disney Princesses if they were Chinese

Here’s a gorgeous re-envisioning of Disney princesses, queens, and sometimes even a rabbit if they were Chinese  by photographer 老妖.    Advertisements

Figure Skaters Sui Wenjing, Han Cong photoshoots

Sui Wenjing and Han Cong are more photogenic than 90 % of actors.

It’s Olympics season, so expect lots of athlete-entertainment crossovers other than dating (cough, Jing Tian and Zhang Jike, cough).  First up are two of China’s favorites to place,  pairs figure skaters Sui Wenjing and Han Cong, in a series of  photoshoots.    The two not only are better actors than many actors, but also rules in photoshoots.>

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Zhou Xun, Chen Kun, Hu Ge star in short films for Vogue

It would be wise to just watch for the pretty, because there is basically no content in these clips.

In other news, Hu Ge still hasn’t locked down his new project, while Zhou Xun and Chen Kun (who now co-own a talent management company) have been busy establishing an acting academy with director-producer Chen Kuo-fu (The Message).

L’Inoubliable 某种爱的记录: Zhou Xun, Hu Ge.
Directed by Tim Yip (costume designer for Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Red Cliff, Nothing Gold Can Stay)


Meeting the You from Tomorrow 遇见明日的你: Chen Kun, Valentina Oteri.
Directed by Gianluca Fontana

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Dong Jie, Xin Zhilei, Li Chun, Hu Ke in Ruyi-themed photo shoot for Bazaar

Ruyi’s Royal Love in the Palace costars Dong Jie, Xin Zhilei, Li Chun and Hu Ke feature in Bazaar’s February issue, though the drama itself is no closer to confirming an air date after getting stuck in SARPPFT’s censorship process. The show’s reputation has also taken a hit after novelist Feiwo Sicun (The Girl in Blue, Too Late To Say I Love You) accused author and screenwriter Liu Lianzi (Legend of Zhen Huan, Ruyi) of plagiarism.

Xin Zhilei

Li Chun

Hu Ke

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