This week’s Weibo Wednesday will kick off with three couples — can you guess who they are? First is none other than Yang Mi and Hawick Lau, who got married in Bali on January 8th.
Thank you for everything today, thank you for all of your blessings, thank you all, I am married.
Some sharp-eyed netizens noticed an ironic Weibo post from October 2011, shortly after Yang Mi and Hawick filmed the MV for “Thorny Embrace” (刺猬的拥抱) together. In it, Yang Mi denies the relationship rumors with Hawick… only to go public not three months later, on January 8th, 2012.
First off, thank you to Senior Hawick for acting in my first MV. Later, I heard that the two of us have rumors now! The two of us! I have yet another boyfriend. Can’t all of you conduct yourselves, if this continues I won’t be able to get married off~ Stop joking around.
On January 4th, Vanness Wu held his second wedding ceremony, this time in Singapore. Present were a bunch of his guy buddies, including Wang Leehom and fellow F4 member Jerry Yan.
Also married are actor Wu Jing and host Xie Nan.
Xie Nan: This is the best ID photo I’ve taken! Thanks for everyone who loves me and him, we are official!
Wu Jing: Accidentally, I met you; Accidentally, I fell in love with you; Accidentally, I married you; I’ll use my entire life to carefully love you! @Xie Nan
Wu Jing’s martial arts student Cindy Tian Yucheng is taking some time to be the “flower girl” for Lang Lang as he opens the new year at the National Centre for Performing Arts. Also in attendance is real life superwoman and former vice-premier Wu Yi.
Very honored tonight that former vice-premier Wu Yi came to my performance at the National Centre. Also thanks to director Chen Ping for giving the title of the “Global music ambassador of the National Centre.” I collaborated with the National Centre Symphony to Prokofiev’s piano concerto no 3, as well as “Prelude to the Spring Festival” to wish everyone an early happy Spring Festival, and thanks to Cindy for presenting the flower for me.
Author-blogger-racing driver Han Han is now adding film director to his list as he preps for Good-bye Forever (后会无期) to begin filming (hopefully he’ll come up with a more eloquent English title for it).
Four years ago, when I was traveling to various city, I never thought I would one day be announcing this news: my debut movie that I wrote and directed has began filming. This is an entirely new story, not an adaptation of one of my novels. I will share the process with everyone, so we can all see the birth of a movie together.
Unfortunately, Han Han hasn’t had much time to spend with his daughter, which is why she looks like this in pictures:
These two months, I’ve been busy with preparations, so time to spend with my daughter has been less. I took her to the playground, but because she was too small, she couldn’t play with almost everything. When on the park ferry, she was extremely gloomy, and even looked like this when we took a photo… After the film finishes filming, I will definitely take her all over until we don’t know where we are. Actually, I’ve always felt that love is accompaniment, not much more.
I don’t know how many people are like me, anticipating when they can again see the four of them laughing and joking without a care in the world, the appearance of the most beautiful part of youth! The flowers of Tiny Times are together again! It’s a din on set again, from time to time I will hear the assistant director urging: “Starlets, stop chatting! Start filming!”
Meanwhile, fellow Tiny Times cast member Kai Ko showed off a picture from his teenager years, when he looked…exactly the same. lol.
They outh Ke Jiakai! [Kai Ko’s birth Chinese name was Ke Jiakai, not Ke Zhendong.] Long time no see! The dreams that we had then… we are advancing toward them step by step!!
The cast of Come On Eat (杉杉来吃), including leads Zhao Liying, Zhang Han, Huang Ming, Zhang Yangguo’er and Li Chengyuan have dinner together before filming begins. What a cute cast! The series is based on the Gu Man novel of the same name.